Tag Archives: Flickr

Flickr notes

18 Mar

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Flickr readings

18 Mar

Virgin Mobile Steals Teen’s Flickr Photo For Ad Campaign

Virgin Mobile sued over Flickr image used in ad – Business – World business – msnbc.com

Creative Commons on Flickr: Users Prefer Restrictive Licenses

“The Great Firewall” — Flickr banned in China | Flickr – Photo Sharing!

Who’s Got West Wing Juice? Look to Flickr – NYTimes.com

List of websites blocked in the People’s Republic of China – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flickr readings

12 Oct

Virgin Mobile Steals Teen’s Flickr Photo For Ad Campaign

Virgin Mobile sued over Flickr image used in ad – Business – World business – msnbc.com

Creative Commons on Flickr: Users Prefer Restrictive Licenses

“The Great Firewall” — Flickr banned in China | Flickr – Photo Sharing!

Who’s Got West Wing Juice? Look to Flickr – NYTimes.com

List of websites blocked in the People’s Republic of China – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flickr notes

12 Oct

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Research Paper Info

27 Sep

In this project, you will be writing a traditional 5-6 page research-based critical paper on one of the following topics. See rubric below for grading specifics. MLA style; post to MyCourses by Friday 10/22 at midnight.

Topics:

Privacy Issues in Social Media

In this topic, research and write about privacy issues related to social media sites, such as Facebook, FourSquare, Twitter, etc. Define what these privacy issues are, the consequences of being too private/not private enough, research what controls users have over their information, and write about the effects of too much information on the internet (based on your research and critical thought).

If Facebook is the new MySpace, what’s the next big thing? Trends in Social Media

This paper will be a survey of social media technology, beginning with Usenet groups, and including current & new social media sites (SMS). Describe why some SMS are successful, and critically think about why some aren’t. What draws people to SMS? Where do we go from here?

Social Media & Cyberbullying

The 2006 case of Megan Meier, who committed suicide over bullying on MySpace raises a new ethical issue with SMS. Research and define past cyber bullying cases, and what SMS are doing to prevent and/or control bullying. Critically express your own thoughts on cyber bullying – its effect on tweens/teens; perhaps conduct interviews in a local school to get a handle on cyber bullying in the region.

Using Social Media to Market to Millennials

“Millennial” is used to describe the generation born between 1982 – 2002; referring to the generation of young Americans to be raised with (massively) mass media and internet/computing/ telecommunications technology. Often called the Wired Generation, Millennials also represent a coveted demographic in advertising and marketing. Research and define what makes a millennial, what are their major characteristics, and describe what companies are doing to attract them. Critically think about what it means to be defined as a Millennial. Is it accurate?

Social Media & Copyright Issues

What is the difference between copyright infringement and fair use? Define what these two terms mean, and apply it in describing the distribution and use of copyrighted material on the web (specifically, on SMS). Conversely, what is your personal copyright protection for videos/images/other intellectual property you make available via SMS like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, etc? Is method of distribution a major factor in copyright infringement? Critically think about and discuss the role of copyright protection as it applies to your work as a student; and your own intellectual property on the internet.

Twitter vs. Facebook: Compare, contrast, and who wins?

Twitter and Facebook share a lot in common, however these two SMS are very different, and attract different demographics and segments of the population. Define and describe what they share, and what makes them different from one another. Think critically, and give examples of situations where one may be more appropriate than the other.

Rubric:

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Twitter 101

20 Sep

If you haven’t been a long time Twitter user, READ the following help guides BEFORE lab on Thursday. It would be VERY helpful if you registered with Twitter & signed up with TwitPic prior to class. I’ll go through how to do this, but I’ll be doing it quickly.

TwitPic is one of many sites that will allow you to tweet images; other sites include:

We’ll use TwitPic because it’s easy and fast, widely-used, and because Flickr is another week’s lab demo 🙂

Twitter’s website has a great, easy to follow, help section for newbs like us. You can check it out here.

Shortcut to how to post video and pictures.

Shortcut to Twitter lingo.