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Flip explores LivesOn - an application which keeps tweeting after your heart stops beating http://bit.ly/1rwUJMo
Hooked on Twitter? Can’t miss a day without tweeting? Soon there might be a way to continue gracing followers with pithy witticisms even after we’re no longer alive. The application, now in beta, is called “LivesOn.” “When your heart stops beating, you’ll keep tweeting,” the LivesOn website home page cheerily proclaims. Welcome to the world of the “digital afterlife,” a product of the fact that we increasingly live our lives online. With the ubiq...
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Life under Uganda's 'Kill the Gays' Bill. Flip brings you views & voices http://bit.ly/1nyDxqt.
Uganda's new anti-gay legislation institutes severe penalties for gay citizens. Who supports the law in Uganda, and what are citizens really thinking and feeling?
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How much ownership do you have on your #digital assets? Probably, not much! First sale doctrine, recognized in 1908, does not allow you to share, give away or resell your #digital #content. Full article here http://bit.ly/1iwIY9x
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3D printing's implications for intellectual property http://bit.ly/UjAtTS
3D printers are creative tools that have a wide use of applications: jewelry, appliance repair, even healthcare. But they also create a whole new platform for intellectual property infringement. This video explores how intellectual property impacts the future of 3D printing. 3D printers aren’t household items, at least not yet, but now is the time to discuss these issues. It will be fascinating to see how the law and policy surrounding this grey ...
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From Internment to Internet Titan – a Review of To Be Takei http://bit.ly/1ldDq2q
Keeping pace with the ultra-active George Takei, even at age 75, is a feat few of us are ever likely to achieve. That’s the primary lesson I learned after the SIFF screening of To Be Takei, the breezy new documentary from Jennifer Kroot about the life of legendary Star Trek actor, activist, and, most recently and unexpectedly, Facebook titan, George Takei. The film covers elements of Takei’s life which will be immediately familiar to fans who fol...
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Flip reviews the latest in the app world: Tunepics. Explore the multi sensory social network here http://bit.ly/1ouWfkj.
The world is not suffering from a shortage of social networks, so it takes some serious mojo to think that your app – everything is mobile first today – will be the next big thing. Justin Cooke, former Topshop CMO and founder of Innovate7, “the world’s first disruption agency” (his words), certainly fits the bill. Last Thursday, he introduced Tunepics, a new “multi-sensory social network” combining photos, music and mood. Described as “Instagram ...
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How to endorse brands online without getting into trouble http://bit.ly/1rhRonM
By Alejandra Butrón Friend requests, post, updates, texts, pins, followers, “likes” – we live in a world connected through social media. But it’s not only about people connecting to people, it’s also about people connecting with brands, companies, and entire networks. Liking a product or a service and talking about it online may seem no big deal, but it is more serious than you might think. If done wrong, it can have legal implications for consum...
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#WorldCup2014 is the biggest #SocialMedia event ever! http://bit.ly/1iNSWDk
Something strange happened last week at the high court of American sports coverage, ESPN’s Sportscenter. King James (NBA superstar LeBron James, that is) had just announced to take his talents away from South Beach but the top story of the hour was a Uruguayan soccer player biting an Italian into the shoulder. Ok, that is a pretty delicious story but it points to a larger trend: there is a World Cup on and (North) Americans are watching in record...
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Check out the #travel #food #children #outdoors apps you need this summer! http://bit.ly/1jjAvkA
A collection of apps to help you hack summer fun
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Are current ECPA laws strong enough to protect our online privacy? Read here to understand the issue which has been long debated across the globe http://bit.ly/1pefm0M
The privacy laws that protect the data we store online were written nearly 30 years ago, yet they have received shockingly little reform to account for the rapidly changing technology they regulate. The Electronic Communication Privacy Act (ECPA) was put in place in 1986 to account for changing technology and the emergence of electronic communication, but Congress relied too heavily on historical and present day technology models to craft the law...
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140 characters can help build brand conversations, it can give rise to political & social movements & let people voice their opinions but a week ago we got to know that Twitter can also help find a stolen car!! Read here http://bit.ly/1kz6ySz
“Hey, babe…there’s no chance you parked the car somewhere other than our driveway last night, right?” This must have sounded like a dumb question. My wife had been out enjoying a “So You Think You Can Dance” viewing party with her friends the night before, and here I was at 7am the next day standing right where our car was supposed to be… right where she parked it. “You locked it last night?” I asked suspiciously. “Definitely.” Meaghan quickly re...
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The FIFA fever is soaring high and so does the creative energies of brands! Nike Football has released its FIFA2014 campaign Risk Everything which is climbing the popularity chart. Check out the video & Flip's perspective here http://bit.ly/1mfGzOA
The World Cup, the world’s biggest and craziest sports celebration is just around the corner! Billions of fans and 32 nations around the world are gearing up for larger than life event, and so do brands, which are shelling out big bucks on advertising to seize the opportunity. Sports gear multinational Nike is once again at the forefront of the ad-vaganza, this time under the slogan of RISK EVERYTHING. The campaign is based around the idea that i...
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We report on the intersection of media, culture and technology, and look at how digital media is “flipping” traditional media—and communications in general—on its head. Through analysis, interviews, and guest posts by industry leaders, we seek to take stock of the changes brought about by digital media and also serve as a forum for discussion and debate. We hope you will visit often and join the conversation.