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Google Lab. の Image Swirl が カッコイイ!

Posted in Google, Twitter, UX by Agile Cat on November 30, 2009

スワールとは渦のこと?

http://image-swirl.googlelabs.com/html?query=twitter#

これは、Image Swirl で Twitter のハッシュか何かを見ているんでしょうか?

とにかく、カッコイイし、面白いし、まずは見てくださいな --- A.C.

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マードックが FTC へ

Posted in Google, Interoperability by Agile Cat on November 30, 2009

FTC’s “Journalism & Internet Age” Workshop To Feature Murdoch & Huffington
http://daggle.com/ftcs-journalism-internet-age-workshop-feature-murdoch-huffington-1495

FTC

ちょうど良いタイミングでワークショップが開かれるのか、はたまた、ここに合わせてマードックが仕掛けたのか、いぞれにしても、面白そうな展開ですね。 --- A.C.

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今年の初めに FTC (Federal Trade Commission) がアナウンスしたのは、12月1日/2日の両日で Washington DC において、“How Will Journalism Survive The Internet Age” というタイトルのワークショップを開催し、インターネットの公正な使用や、アグリゲーションがジャーナリズム与える影響、そして関連した問題を調査するというものだった。 アジェンダが提供されたが、Google の Josh Cohen と Yahoo の Lem Lloyd に加えて、Rupert Murdoch、Arianna Huffington、White House CTO の Aneesh Chopraspeakers といった強力な人選が成されている。 多くのパネル・ディスカッションが行われるだろう。 そして、私は自身は “Emerging Business Models for Journalism” に参加する。

PDF 形式のアジェンダはココだ。また、 PDF が嫌いな人ために、HTML 形式のアジェンダを作成した。 このライブに参加できる人は限られているが、ワークショップの全体が、このホームページで公開されるだろう。 — by Danny Sullivan

追加情報 Tech Crunch より > Thanks to http://twitter.com/bsiyo

「金を払えばBingに有利な提携を結んでGoogleのシェアを奪うことができるかもしれない」という希望をMicrosoftに抱かせるのがマードックの狙いだ。これでマードックは労せずして検索結果に対する影響力を大きく拡大することができる。案の定、Microsoftは検索エンジンのウェブサイト・クロールのための次世代プロトコル、ACAPの開発に資金援助することに合意した。ACAPはNews Corpのようなコンテンツ所有者が何を検索エンジンに提供するか、きめ細かいコントロールができるようにする技術だ。

http://jp.techcrunch.com/archives/20091128rupert-murdoch-google-nsfw/

The agenda:

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

9:00 am – Welcome  – Jon Leibowitz, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission

9:15 am  – Remarks  – Paul Steiger, Editor-in-Chief, President and CEO, ProPublica & Former Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal

9:30 am  – Remarks – Rick Edmonds, Media Business Analyst, The Poynter Institute & Co-author, The State of the News Media 2009

9:45 am  – Remarks  – Rupert Murdoch  – Chairman and CEO, News Corp.

10:05 am – Panel – The State of Journalism Today and Tomorrow

  • Mark Contreras, Chairman of the Executive Committee, The Newspaper Association of America & Senior Vice President/Newspapers, E.W. Scripps Co.
  • Martin Kaiser, President, American Society of News Editor & Editor and Senior Vice President Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Jonathan Knee, Director, Media Program, Columbia Business School & Senior Managing Director, Evercore Partners
  • Nina Link, President and CEO & Magazine Publishers of America
  • Bryan Monroe, Visiting Professor, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University &  Former Vice President and Editorial Director, Ebony and Jet
  • Robert Picard, Hamrin Professor of Media Economics and Director of the Media Management and Transformation Centre, Jonkoping University, Sweden
  • Tonda Rush, Of Counsel, King & Ballow, On Behalf of National Newspaper Association
  • David Westphal, Executive in Residence, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, University of Southern California & Former Washington Editor, McClatchy Newspapers
  • Fred Young, Retired Senior Vice President of News Hearst Television Inc.

11:35 am  – Remarks  – Arianna Huffington, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post

12:00 pm – 1:30pm  – Lunch Break

1:30 pm  – Presentation  – Leonard Downie, Vice President at Large and Former Executive Editor, The Washington Post

1:45 pm – Presentation – Lem Lloyd, Vice President, Channel Sales, Yahoo!

2:00 pm – Presentation – Josh Cohen, Senior Business Product Manager, Google

2:15 pm – Panel – Emerging Business Models for Journalism

  • Chris Ahearn, President, Reuters Media, Thomson Reuters
  • Mark Bide,  Rightscom Limited, Project Director, Automated Content Access Protocol
  • Steven Brill, Co-Founder,  Journalism Online, LLC
  • Lauren Rich Fine, Research Director, ContentNext Media
  • Jeff Jarvis, Associate Professor, Director of the Interactive Program, City University of New York, Graduate School of Journalism
  • Srinandan Kasi, Vice President and General Counsel, Associated Press
  • Danny Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief, Search Engine Land
  • Robert Thomson, Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal

3:45 pm  – Presentation – Mike Bloxham, Director of Insight and Research, Center for Media Design, Ball State University

4:00 pm  – Presentation – Susan Athey, Professor of Economics, Harvard University

4:15 pm  – Presentation  – David Evans, Visiting Professor, Faculty of Laws University College London & Vice Chairman of LECG Europe

4:30pm  – Panel – Online Advertising and Consumer Demand Trends

  • Barbara Bacci Mirque, Executive Vice President, Communications and Best Practices, Association of National Advertisers
  • Mike Bloxham, Director of Insight and Research, Center for Media Design, Ball State University
  • Jeff Chester, Executive Director, Center for Digital Democracy
  • Pam Horan, President, Online Publishers Association
  • Joe Laszlo, Director of Research, Interactive Advertising Bureau
  • John Meyer, Director of Digital Media, WTOP and Federal News Radio

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

9:00 am – Welcome  – Jon Leibowitz, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission

9:15 am – Presentation – James Hamilton, Charles S. Sydnor Professor of Public Policy Professor of Political Science and Economics & Director, DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy, Sanford School of  Public Policy, Duke University

9:30 am – Presentation – Matthew Gentzkow, Professor of Economics, Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago

9:45 am  – Presentation – Karen Dunlap, President and CEO, The Poynter Institute

10:00 am  – Panel – Public and Foundation-Funded Journalism

  • Joaquin Alvarado, Senior Vice President for Diversity and Innovation, Corporation for Public Broadcasting
  • Tom Leonard, University Librarian and Professor in the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley
  • Charles Lewis,  Executive Editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop, American University School of Communication
  • Mark MacCarthy, Adjunct Professor, Communication, Culture and Technology Program,  Georgetown University
  • Jon McTaggart,  Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, American Public Media
  • Eric Newton, Vice President, Journalism Program, Knight Foundation
  • Vivian Schiller, President and CEO,  National Public Radio
  • Josh Silver, Executive Director, Free Press

11:45 am – 1:00pm – Lunch Break

1:00 pm – Panel – Reducing the Costs of Journalism

  • Bill Adair, Editor, PolitiFact, Washington Bureau Chief, St. Petersburg Times
  • Bill Allison, Editorial Director, Sunlight Foundation
  • Bill Buzenberg, Executive Director, The Center for Public Integrity
  • Aneesh Chopra, Assistant to the President, Chief Technology Officer and Associate Director for the Office of Science & Technology of the Executive, Office of the President
  • James Hamilton, Charles S. Sydnor Professor of Public Policy; Professor of Political Science and Economics Director, DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
  • Alisa Miller, President and Chief Executive Officer, Public Radio International
  • Aron Pilhofer, Editor, Interactive News Technologies, The New York Times & Co-Founder, DocumentCloud
  • Eric Umansky, Senior Editor, ProPublica, Co-Founder, DocumentCloud

2:30 pm  – Presentation- Knight Foundation Commission on The Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy

  • Reed Hundt, Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company, Former Chairman, Federal Communications Commission

2:45 pm  – Panel – Engaging and Informing Consumers in the Internet Age

  • Sandra Ball-Rokeach, Professor and Director of the Communication Technology and Community Program, Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism, University of Southern California
  • James Gaines, Editor-in-Chief, FLYP Media & Former Editor, Time
  • Jon Miller, Chief Digital Officer, News Corp.
  • Debra Osofsky, National Director, News and Broadcast, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
  • Tom Rosenstiel, Director, Project for Excellence in Journalism, Pew Research Center
  • Jason Seiken, Senior Vice President, PBS Interactive
  • Linda Solomon, Photojournalist, Committee Member, Citizens to Save the Eccentric
  • Kathy Times, President, National Association of Black Journalists

4:00 pm  – Presentation – Lisa George, Assistant Professor of Economics, Hunter College

4:15 pm – Panel – The New News

  • Jim Brady, Allbritton Communications
  • Christopher Callahan,  Dean, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication,  Arizona State University
  • Elisa Camahort Page, Co-Founder and COO, BlogHer
  • Bill Densmore, Vice President, Director, and Co-Founder, CircLabs Inc.
  • Andrew Jay Schwartzman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Media Access Project
  • John Servais, Founder,  NWCitizen.us

5:30 pm  Concluding Remarks

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