Tag Archives: social media

Twitter antigas

Il capitalismo ha sempre funzionato così, trattenendo la potenza produttiva comune. Anche nelle sue fasi più primitive, quelle di cui parla Marx nel capitolo del Capitale dedicato alla Cooperazione. Il fatto è che il comunismo ben lungi dall’essere un’utopia, è al contrario la struttura stessa della società. Oggi questo «sequestro» della potenza produttiva sociale è ancora più evidente, ora che il capitale fisso più importante è costituito dalla conoscenza e dalla cooperazione che sono inseparabili dal lavoro vivo. Nella società della conoscenza il capitale si svela inutile e parassitario. I rapporti sociali capitalisti diventano rapporti feudali. http://www.alfabeta2.it/2013/07/04/twitter-con-la-maschera-antigas/

The Politics of Social Networks

Groucho Marx noted, “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, misdiagnosing it, and then applying the wrong remedies.” But if you’re really looking for trouble, try posting something on Facebook about your political preferences! A study from the Pew Research Center discovered the remedy for 20% of social networkers who received political puffery too frequently or political opinions antithetical to their own was – wait for it – unfriending or blocking! Surprised? It’s no secret that people feel passionately about politics, and these days about political over-sharing too. http://www.forbes.com/sites/marketshare/2012/10/16/the-politics-of-social-networks/

Top 100 Global Ad Agencies That Know Social Media and Google – Forbes

When popular movements and uprisings occur–and they are occurring more and more frequently in today’s social networked society—the roots sources and motivations can be subject of considerable debate. Not the movement for ad agencies to dominate social media. It’s a movement that won’t lose steam anytime soon. Clients have moved to social. Companies like 360i, which specializes in social (but is growing into new platforms) has grown on the massive rise in the demand for social media and SEO by clients. Recently, Robert Kim published a list of ad agencies and marketing folk from around the world that know social media and Google. Kim writes about “How To Business In The World Of Social Media And Viral Growth.” If you think this list (by no means a scientific survey) is missing a name please add it in the comments below. http://www.forbes.com/sites/marketshare/2012/08/22/7637/