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Links 1 through 10 of 1112 Paolo Massa's Bookmarks

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Wow! Whithouse provides records of online! And with a sparql query on data.gov you get the data and then with Gephi you visualize the social network in which visitors and visitees are considered as nodes, while a directed edge from node A to node B is to represent visitor A visits visitee B. Wow!

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This Wednesday, Warden will make Friend, Fan page and name data from hundreds of millions of Facebook users available to the academic research community.

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As the Seppuku restores samurai's honor as a warrior, in the same way, Seppukoo.com deals with the liberation of the digital body from any identity constriction in order to help people discover what happens after their virtual life and to rediscover the importance of being anyone, instead of pretending to be someone.

Hacking and parasiting one of the most popular social networking website, Seppukoo.com deactivates one's user facebook account, driving people into one of the most radical chic user-experience: the vir(tu)al suicide.

Social networks of suicide! Induce your friends to commit suicide and rise up the Seppukoo Rank!

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MIT research team edged out 4,300 other teams in a Pentagon-sponsored contest to identify the location of 10 red balloons distributed around the United States. The contest featured a $40,000 prize and was organized by DARPA in an effort to develop new ways to understand how information is disseminated through social networks. The winning team (Media Laboratory Human Dynamics Group) led by a physicist, Riley Crane, took less than 9 hours to complete the challenge! The winning researchers set up a Web site asking people to join their team. They relied on visitors to the Web site to invite their friends. They said that they would dole out the prize money both to chains of individuals who referred people who had correct information on the balloons’ locations and to charities. They described their method as a “recursive incentive structure.” The researchers said they had received contributions from 4,665 participants.

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On Firefox, you type "ctrl+f" and you get the find bar for searching text in the current Web page. Very handy, yeeeeh! But there is no keys combination to hide the text field when you're done with searching, booooo! So, with this Firefox extension, you type again "ctrl+f" and the find bar disappears, yeeeeh!

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Umberto Eco interviewed by Spiegel: "If you interact with things in your life, everything is constantly changing. And if nothing changes, you're an idiot." During a discussion about the interview on Facebook, the feminist theorist Katie King noted the interesting etymology of the word "idiot". The word comes frm the Greek idiotes, which means "unconnected, private." Cathy Davidson on her blog did a little more research and discovered that, in the middle ages, it took on the particular meaning of a layman who was unconnected to anyone else, not in a guild, not in a professional, with no relationships to others, no network (so to speak) with whom to share ideas. And I first found this via Daniele Quercia twit http://twitter.com/danielequercia/status/5932188857 At least virtually, I feel connected. By the way, Umberto Eco was born in Alessandria, just as I was ;)

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