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  • Linked Learning: Loading Education 4.0?

    … Weinman and her husband, Bruce Heavin, sold online video course provider Lynda.com to LinkedIn for an incredible $1.5 billion. Lynda.com had specialized in developing and marketing learning videos for more than 15 years. The original focus was on training courses for software programs such as Photoshop, Excel and Adobe Illustrator. In recent years…

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  • Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt Divorce Lights Up Social Networks

    … percent Synthesio said 54 percent of people posting about the divorce were female and 46 percent were male, adding that the top five languages for posts were: English: 56.5 percent Spanish: 14.4 percent Japanese: 7.2 percent Portuguese: 4.1 percent Turkish: 3.1 percent Readers: Did you post about Brangelina? Image of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie courtesy of Andrea Raffin/Shutterstock. …

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 20 readers -
  • Twitter Unveils Emojis for 2016 Paralympic Games

    … The 2016 Summer Olympic Games may be history, but Twitter hasn’t packed up and left Rio de Janeiro yet: The 2016 Paralympic Games begin Wednesday. Twitter launched a series of hashtag-triggered emojis for the Games, and they are available in seven languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean and Arabic. And while…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Twitter- 25 readers -
  • Twitter, Vine, Periscope Debut Rio 2016 Features

    … and Arabic. Twitter also created a new Rio 2016 section in its Moments tab, which is currently available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S., with country-specific Moments also available in France, Germany and Japan. Users can follow country-specific Moments throughout the games to see highlights of their favorite teams…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 28 readers -
  • Syracuse Stuns College Basketball Fans, Social Networks

    … The Syracuse University Orangemen became the first No. 10 seed in an NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship tournament to reach the Final Four, sending social networks into a frenzy. Social media intelligence platform Synthesio found that Syracuse was the topic of 31.5 percent of March Madness-related mentions, more than triple…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 23 readers -