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José Moreno
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This pretty much sums up where your horses are situated...

#cars #fastcars #horsepower #power #hp
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Here´s my Tsu page » http://www.tsu.co/moreno
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Facebook is blocking http://www.tsu.co/
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O problema é que não é só a Facebook, mas também a Amazon, a Google, a Twitter, etc. A proposta comercial da Facebook é mesmo o seu algoritmo de filtragem de updates que é um mecanismo muito útil para a nossa capacidade de atenção não ficar saturada com milhares de informações que surgem constantemente no nosso ecrã. Infelizmente, para além de slogans liberais do tipo "Facebook Should Pay Us" - que ignoram a pipa de massa que deve custar fornecer electricidade e largura de banda a todos os servidores com dados da Facebook espalhados pelo mundo -, vejo muito pouca gente a defender a transparência e abertura dos algoritmos utilizados pela Facebook, Google ou mesmo Twitter. Essa é que a questão essencial. O resto são as pessoas e estas sempre se poderão encontrar no IRC, nos newsgroups, em BBSs, no Minitel, no Orkut, no Friendster, no MySpace, etc.

"The trick is that most people think they are getting a good deal out of Facebook; we think of Facebook to be “free,” and, as marketing professors explain, “consumers overreact to free.” Most people don’t feel like they are actually paying when the payment is personal data and when there is no specific sensation of having handed anything over. If you give each of your friends a hundred dollars, you might be out of money and will have a harder time buying dinner. But you can hand over your personal details or photos to one hundred merchants without feeling any poorer.

So what does it really mean, then, to pay with data? Something subtler is going on than with the more traditional means of payment. Jaron Lanier, the author of “Who Owns the Future,” sees our personal data not unlike labor—you don’t lose by giving it away, but if you don’t get anything back you’re not receiving what you deserve. Information, he points out, is inherently valuable. When billions of people hand data over to just a few companies, the effect is a giant wealth transfer from the many to the few."
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Ss the economic value of information declines, its social value increases. Will the 'network effect' lead to a new, sharing economy? 
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A Uber, o valor social da informação e o "pós-capitalismo" » "Pode não ser ainda o fim do capitalismo. Mas parece ser o princípio de algo diferente..."
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Paul Mason on the end of capitalism
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Jeff Jarvis, Emily Bell e Jim Roberts em debate sobre a influência do Facebook nas noticias. Interessante.
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Final da taça de Portugal, Jamor, Maio 2015.
Uma festa completa!
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