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  • Linked Learning: Loading Education 4.0?

    …, Lynda.com had increasingly expanded its presence in the business arena, with videos on personnel, strategy and marketing. The payment model at Lynda.com is one element that sets it apart from other online video providers such as Coursera, YouTube and TedX. Individuals and companies pay a monthly fee that allows them to view as much online…

    AllTwitterin YouTube- 19 readers -
  • 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

    … simply by including the three-letter country code for each team in a hashtag, including the Refugee Olympic Team (#ROT). There are also more than 50 other Olympics and sports emojis, which can be triggered by hashtags in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, and Moreira added that the #Rio2016 and #Olympics hashtags also work in Japanese, Korean…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 31 readers -
  • Syracuse Stuns College Basketball Fans, Social Networks

    … the second weekend of the 2016 NCAA Tournament were from men, and 25 percent were from women. The most active age group was 18 through 25. 57.8 percent of all mentions were in English, followed by Spanish (14.4 percent) and Japanese (7.4 percent). Readers: Did any of you have Syracuse in your Final Four? Image courtesy of Syracuse Orange Facebook page. …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 23 readers -
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