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Use video-sharing sites doubled in 2007

Interesting figures from the other side of the ocean. The Pew Internet & American Life Project has just released findings showing that 48% of internet users have been to video-sharing sites such as YouTube and the daily traffic to such sites on a typical day has doubled in the past year.
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Museum collection on your Facebook with ArtShare tool

ArtShare is a good example of how institutions can effectively work together to make their collections online available to a broad public. Share your cultural taste, make new friends and help the Brooklyn Museum work out their beta version.
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The Commons – Library of Congress photo’s on Flickr

 - The Library of Congress and Flickr together announced a pilot to put a selection of the photo collection of the LOC on Flickr. The community will tag. Will it also capture the imagination of othe (...)
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BBC on MySpace “Great to see you here, auntie!”

Today the BBC and MySpace, the world’s largest social networking platform, announced the launch of a partnership to globally bring new and archived short BBC video content to MySpaceTV. A new step in BBC’s strategy to broaden the reach of its content to new outlets and engage with audiences.
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Recent views in the ongoing copyright vs. open access debate

 - Copyright used to be a very specialized field of law, but over the last few years, it has become a highly political topic, where discussions routinely tend to include issues such as freedom (...)
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Uncommon Businessmodels

 - With the introduction of internet the traditional business model for spreading information has been challenged. Whereas before the largest part of the efforts and the investments where spent on t (...)