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Innovation in History Impact and Change Youtube Creation of a New World Community Thesis

… Innovation in History -- Impact and Change: YouTube - Creation of a New World Community

YouTube is to video browsing what a Wal-Mart Supercenter is to shopping: everything is there, and all you have to do is walk in the door. -- John Cloud, Time Magazine, December 16, 2006

The epigraph above is reflective of the positive commentary being published about YouTube in recent years. Although YouTube is only a few years old, it has already over 100 million video clips viewed and 65,000 new videos are uploaded on the site every 24 hours by people all over the world. YouTube has created instant groups of like-minded people around the world who share ideas, political views as well as being a rallying point for people…. [read more]


Sound Technologies and Sound Design Thesis

… The synchronization of sound films was experimented during 1912 to 1914. These developments underlined the importance of technology and innovation in coming years of film industry. The history of film music also does not provide a coherent record of its developments as Lumiere brothers are also reported as introducing their film with music in 1895. However the confirmation of such records is a trivial task due to unclear documentation.

Phonographic sound and films were among the early films with music. It is also stated that a number of cinemas in Europe were dedicated for phonographic sounds. The introduction of phonographic and these cinemas throughout the world have influenced sound and music in films. It is reported that these cinemas showcased short films with operatic performances.…. [read more]


Technology Effect Term Paper

… ¶ … New technologies have caused big problems for print media such as books, newspapers and magazines because more and more people are turning to online sources for these materials. It seems like every day, a new handheld mobile device of some type is hitting the market and it is clear that these trends are going to continue well into the future. Print media, though, are not the only things that are in trouble as a result of new technologies. A growing number of school districts across the country are giving their students computers and providing their coursework online so that students can learn any time, any where and it seems like actual school buildings and teachers may become a thing of the past too…. [read more]


Industrialization in America Essay

… In this manner, the United States was slowly whirling in the circle of industrialization and witnessing the greatest transformation ever.

Negatives:

Where industrialization has its benefits and has eased life for the Americans, there is a total different side of the story as well. As discussed earlier, the phenomenon of industrialization has created employment opportunities but it is also a considerable fact that this also caused lots of people to lose their jobs. Some workers and employees could not keep up with the industrialization process and learn the skills for the new jobs. The lower classes stuck by their manual labor and did not adapt to the new technology because it was too complicated and required a lot of training for which they might not…. [read more]


Impact of Big Data on Business Strategy Term Paper

… ¶ … Big Data on Business Strategy

Business Strategies

The competitive nature of today's business environment is driving companies to use technology driven business strategies (Berman & Hagan, 2006, p.28). Big Data and technology are undoubtedly impacting on business strategy progression. The research indicates that Big Data offers real-time application, which allows businesses to move information to analytics tools from various systems and sources. The ability for a business to analyze the behavior of a consumer based on experiences depends on the ability of their Database system to load, transform, analyze, and present data. Technology is finding wide application in organizations, creating opportunities for strategy formulation, implementation, assessment, and evaluation. This research finds it necessary to identify key technological advances that are affecting business strategies…. [read more]


Technology and Society All Print Research Paper

… In fact, employers have the right to monitor email and phone calls in their location or using their own telephones and computers, and also to monitor the activities of employees with hidden cameras and other spy devices, so workplace privacy can hardly be said to exist at all.

Corporate Marketing, Public Relations and the New Social Media

All of the new social media on the Internet like Facebook, You Tube and Twitter are providing businesses with new and useful information every day, as well as marketing tools that they could not obtain anywhere else. At the same time, they can also damage the brands, images and reputations of companies almost overnight and on a global scale. If marketing campaigns can rapidly go 'viral' then so…. [read more]


Yahoo! A Critical Analysis Case Study

… However, Facebook has opted for rather aggressive approach in response to Yahoo's allegation of "puzzling actions"

Yahoo had first threatened the suit last month. It demanded that the giant social network, which is preparing to go public in what may be one of the largest public offerings ever, should license the patents. I n response to Yahoo's lawsuit, Facebook replied, "We're disappointed that Yahoo, a longtime business partner of Facebook and a company that has substantially benefited from its association with Facebook, has decided to resort to litigation,." This particular lawsuit has its consequences for Facebook which holds only fifty six U.S. patents whereas Yahoo has filed more than 1000 patents for coverage of its extensive operations (Arthur, 2012).

This particular lawsuit has added more…. [read more]


Black's Law Dictionary ), Child Abuse Essay

… ¶ … Black's Law Dictionary (1991), child abuse is "any form of cruelty to a child's physical, moral or mental well-being. Also used to describe form of sexual attack which may or may not amount to rape. Such acts are criminal offenses in most states" (p. 239). By contrast, the legal definition of abused and neglected children describes children who "are suffering serious physical or emotional injury inflicted upon them including malnutrition" (p. 11). The first step in providing social service treatment to physically abusive families is therefore to ensure the physical safety of the children involved (Herschell & McNeil, 2005). This response, typically from the law enforcement community, can range along the entire continuum of severity, up to and including incarceration of the offending…. [read more]


Future of Broadcast Network Television Essay

… Yes, there are still 'tribes of affinity' today based upon what programs people watch (Lotz 246). But those tribes have grown vastly more diluted. Someone who loves edgy comedy shows in the 1960s might find a common dialogue with other people who liked Laugh-In, but given the ubiquity of Comedy Central and seemingly infinite numbers of comedy shows and stand-up acts, it can no longer be assumed that every person with an alternative sense of humor watches The Daily Show.

The disassociation of cultural significance from large swathes of viewership is also manifested in the fact that many shows with a clear cultural impact like Sex in the City actually did not have very many viewers, because they appeared on cable. It is not necessary…. [read more]


Change Management for Enterprise 2.0 Implementations Dissertation

… ¶ … Social Networking Technologies on the Collaborative Performance of Organisations

Today, there are growing numbers of large-scale organizations deploying Enterprise 2.0-based solutions for their information-sharing and collaborative needs. Although these solutions share some common features, every organization's requirements are unique and the manner in which they are adopting Enterprise 2.0 solutions varies. Moreover, the maturity levels of these Enterprise 2.0 implementations vary significantly. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to synthesize secondary and primary resources to identify critical success factors and maturity levels that exist along the Enterprise 2.0 continuum, evaluating the value of their social network-based communication and collaboration in the process.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

Statement of the Problem

Purpose of Study

Project Objectives

Background Research

Organization of the…. [read more]


Arab Spring the Revolutions Research Paper

… Arab Spring

The revolutions that took place in Arab countries in the spring of 2011 have shaken the leadership, the laws, and the politics of several states, including Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. This paper addresses issues about those uprisings -- and other rebellions in the region -- and offers background and perspective.

What were the Reasons for the Arab Spring Uprisings?

Lisa Anderson writes in the peer-reviewed journal Foreign Affairs that while social media played a role in the Arab revolts in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya -- helping the demonstrators stay in communication with each other -- the uprisings were based more on responses to repression in "various local contexts" (Anderson, 2011, p. 2). In Tunisia the demonstrations "…spiraled toward the capital from the neglected…. [read more]


Hip Hop Culture in Saudi Arabia Research Paper

… Hip Hop Culture in Saudi Arabia

Culture and globalization

Culture which refers to the symbolic systems Williams 91()

through which human beings exist and coexist has been globalized by taking ideas, values and meanings across national borders through international travel and the Internet. These global shifts in culture are seen to be creating rapid social changes in the society with some proponents of culture being seriously dislocated Thompson 214.

Globalization is the homogenization of culture not just in a spatial but also in a temporal manner Thompson 211.

It is manifested in various ways such as business, religion, language, sports, music and even cuisine.

Culture is closely related to other items such as identity and subjectivity. As argued by Thompson (217)

culture creates social identities…. [read more]


Miles Davis and Modern Jazz Research Paper

… [...] Miles' performance tradition emphasized orality and the transmission of information and artistic insight from individual to individual. His position in that tradition, and his personality, talents, and artistic interests, impelled him to pursue a uniquely individual solution to the problems and the experiential possibilities of improvised performance (Nettl & Russel, 1998).

Musical References

"Miles Davis and Quincy Jones -- Live in Montroeux." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMqWHkvP_1s

"Miles Davis -- Kind of Blue." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hB669XXjnUg

"Miles Davis -- Out of the Blue." www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5D6YX8jqN8&playnext=1&list=PLC185D2985024BC66&feature=results_main

"Miles Davis -- Milestones." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRfdlcQ_MZw

References

Remembering Miles. (1991, November 12). Retrieved March 2013, from The Rolling Stone Archieves: http:/www.rollingstone.com/Desktop?s=1991111428#/19911114/44

Miles Davis. (2006, June). Retrieved March 2013, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Indusction: http://www.rockhall.com/inductee/miles-davis

House Resolution 894 Honoring the 50th Anniversary of "Kind of…. [read more]


Swarovski and Luxury Fashion Experiential Literature Review

… Swarovski has extended a cordial relationship with its customers over time. When it adopted experiential marketing, it showed its commitment to its customers since it appeared to be willing to go an extra mile and give its customer a chance to experience Swarovski lifestyle. This is the reason why every showroom of Swarovski, its own website and presence on social media shows that Swarovski is a brand which should be the first choice of crystal lovers. Through a luminous experience offered by it, it has managed to attract a mass of customers globally. It appears that Swarovski knows that attracting customers is easy but it's difficult to retain them. It appears to exploit the emotional attachment of its customers to its fullest. It has not…. [read more]


Social Media New Trends Research Paper

… An example of what some businesses have done is to use Facebook as an advertising tool in that they give consumers (patrons of Facebook) coupons or discounts by visiting their webpage or by "liking" them on his or her Facebook page. Major media corporations such as CBS, Hulu, BBC, and other have used the site YouTube to promote themselves via the partnership program offered by YouTube.

Skype, another social media outlet has found a place in many businesses around the country. Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice and video calls over the Internet (2011). Businesses have begun using Skype for videoconferencing with clients and partners around the world. Skype offers businesses a free format to place phone calls because land…. [read more]


Find a Popular Model of Electronic Newspaper in Hong Kong Research Paper

… User Perceptions and Online News Sources:

An Empirical Analysis of the Lazy User Model in Information Technology in Explaining User Preferences for Selecting Online News Sources in Hong Kong

Information Technology and the Internet

Technology Acceptance Models

Lazy User Model

Theory of Reasoned Action

Technology Acceptance Model

Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology

Cognitive Fit Theory

Technology Task Fit Model

Diffusion of Innovation

Evolution of Online Media

The Digital Marketplace in Hong Kong

Methodology and the Lazy User Model Survey

Rationale of using a Survey Questionnaire

The Survey Questionnaire

Data Design Analysis

Final Results

Suggestions for Future Research

Introduction

Online news media is a relatively recent phenomenon in the history of print media, encompassing and embracing the advance of the internet, and the…. [read more]


Ford Pinto Essay

… And did Ford engineers lobby their executive supervisors to change the gas tank when they knew they could use a tank that would not explode? If they did their efforts did not succeed. The correction needed in this case could have helped Ford's "…growth," not just in the sense of solving a problem, but also in human values (that is, producing safe cars rather than dangerous cars shows moral values). Schein write that "…correctiveness can have great effect on culture, because it could have had a positive effect on Ford's culture.

Dowie (3) notes that Lou Tubben, an engineer at Ford, a "…friendly, outgoing guy with a genuine concern for safety," had become so concerned about the "gas-tank integrity" asked his immediate supervisor if he…. [read more]


Web Thesis

… ¶ … Web 2.0 Technologies & Applications

Assessing Web 2.0 Technologies and Applications

The Internet has revolutionized the means by which communication, collaboration, transactions and ultimately, interrelationships between and among individuals and between organizations occur on a global scale. In addition to the speed and alacrity of change the revolutionary approaches to communicating, collaboration, and transactions have fostered via Web 2.0 technologies, the long-held belief that communization of the Internet would be possible has found critical mass in social networking technologies (Bernoff, Li, 2008). In the context of this paper the collection of technologies referred to as Web 2.0 form the foundation of social networking, two terms initially defined by O'Reilly (2005).

There are the purely technological, the enterprise-wide Information Technologies (it), social, and architectural…. [read more]


Promising Phenomenon Dissertation

… ¶ … promising phenomenon that lends itself to call centers' ability to improve their own and their other business units' efficiency is the employment of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is an online, distributed problem solving and production model already in use by for -- profit organizations such as Threadless, iStockphoto, and InnoCentive. Speculation in Weblogs and wisdom of crowds theory assumes a diverse crowd engaged in crowdsourcing labor. Crowdsourcing is the act of taking a job traditionally performed by a designated agent (usually an employee) and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call. Furthermore, and as crowdsourcing is in some ways similar to open source software production, prior research suggests that individuals in the crowd likely participate…. [read more]


Social Web Originally Developed Research Paper

… According to the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) which tracks the number of World Wide Web listings and how they are being used, "People engage in a growing variety and number of Web activities on today's social Internet, from buying on commercial sites, to blogging, to online dating, to social networking" (Privacy, security and trust, 2011, para. 2). In sharp contrast to the face-to-face relationships that have been characteristic of the human condition for millennia, the Social Web is creating new ways for people to meet and interact and this is creating a concomitant need for new rules. In this regard, the OCLC adds that, "Many of the activities require participants to share information about themselves with people and institutions they have no previous relationship…. [read more]


Input/Output Devices Essay

… In fact, the ability of companies engaged in the production of digital content that requires research and development efforts would be unduly compromised -- if not completely destroyed -- if inadequate digital rights management practices are not put in place and maintained as the industries change.

Technology Tomorrow

I am confident that computers are going to continue to decrease in size, as the progress that we have seen in this area has been extraordinary -- and beyond anything that we could have imaged at some earlier time. It makes perfect sense that computers will be embedded in our clothing and perhaps even in our bodies. Our pets already are implanted with computer chips that can serve as a reference as to the pets owner and…. [read more]


Artist That I Respect Essay

… ¶ … artist that I respect the most for her commitment to equality is Pearl Primus. Much of her life's work related to dancing involved illustrating the authentic history of this art form for both Africans and African-Americans. Additionally, Primus choreographed a number of specific dances as protest dances that spoke out against injustices African-Americans were enduring in contemporary times. Doing so proved that she was not just a scholar, but also someone who was actively seeking social justice through the medium of art. In addition to her contributions to the field of dance, Primus' scholarly contributions also helped to further her cause of equality for African-Americans since she devoted a great portion of her life to studying anthropology and its relationship to peoples of…. [read more]


Marketing Strategies That Provide BMW Thesis

… Rolls-Royce Motor Cars presented its Ghost Extended Wheelbase version for the first time at the Shanghai Car Show and series production of this model will begin in 2012.

The cumulative effect of the company's marketing efforts during the period 1993 to date can clearly be discerned in Figure 1 below, particularly in recent months due in large part, perhaps, to the initiatives delineated above.

Figure 1. BMW Stock Performance: 1993-2011

Source: http://www.bmwgroup.com/

5.

Major Competitors

A comparative description of BMW and its major competitors is provided in Table 1 below.

Table 1

Major players in the global automobile industry

Company

Key Facts and Figures

Employees

Like BMW, Audi is also one of Germany's oldest-established automobile manufacturers dating back to 1932 when four independent motor-vehicle manufacturers:…. [read more]


Small Business Management Challenges Essay

… B & B. Custom Woodworks, Inc. has been in operation since March of 2007 in the Chesapeake, Virginia area. It began as a sole proprietor business that specializes in custom woodwork, and personalized service business. In 2009, the business incorporated and now operates as an " S" Corporation in the State of Virginia. The focus of the business is to produce heirloom quality custom or personalized gifts for family, friends, or coworkers that will be cherished for a lifetime. The business is divided into several primary areas, which are custom woodwork, personalized gifts, engraving services, and sublimation items.

This is the only business in the local area that offers one-stop shopping for the customer who wants a personalized gifts or awards for special occasions. The…. [read more]


Canadian Feminism Expression, Action, Rebellion Research Proposal

… Others argue that Canadian feminist media is effective and there is a lot more evidence of it now than in previous decades. The research would seek questions to this answers, further elucidated the validity of the sides of the debate regarding the presence, efficacy, and use of Canadian feminist media regarding representation and expression of political intentions.

Tuer's methodology of analysis and research of video, and in the 21st century we expand this concept to apply to visual media in general, proves that tapping into media to communicate politics is effectively tapping into a sort of group consciousness and/or unconsciousness. She states

…video not only functions as a register of consciousness, but of conscencia, a term first used by Brazilian literacy theorist Paulo Friere to…. [read more]


New Media Research Paper

… " (Cormode and Krishnamurthy, 2008) One example is Altimeter's Social Media Measurement Compass. It is related that the points of the compass make identification of six major business goals that social media can assist in influencing. Those six points include:

(1) Innovation -- collaboration with customers;

(2) Brand health: attitude measurement;

(3) Customer experience;

(4) Marketing optimization;

(5) Operational efficiency; and (6) Revenue generation. Cormode and Krishnamurthy, 2008

Part Two - Web 1.0 Tools vs. Web 2.0 Tools

The work of Cormode and Krishnamurthy (2008) states that Web 2.0 "Web 2.0" captures a combination of innovations on the Web in recent years. A precise definition is elusive and many sites are hard to categorize with the binary label "Web 1.0" or "Web 2.0." But there…. [read more]


Concepts of Social Business and Social Media Dissertation

… " This point is also made by McGriff (2012, p. 49) who writes, "The emergence of social media platforms has expanded the communications reach of consumers who have become increasingly vocal through boycotts about the misdeeds or malfeasance of companies that market products or retail brands." In the past, companies have enjoyed exclusivity over communications control to improve brand equity; the emergence of interactive two-way online communications such as social media sites have exploded in growth in recent years, and it remains unclear just how much more growth the medium will experience before saturation levels are reached (McGriff 2012). According to McGriff (2012, p. 50), "The growth of the social media platform poses immediate communications challenges in the management of brand image and reputation."

Furthermore,…. [read more]


Social Media Retailing Applications: Opportunities Dissertation

… For instance, social media sites Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and others are wrongly regarded by marketing executives as being mere "chat rooms" for adolescent socializing and nothing more (Keifer 2010). In reality, though, business is booming on social media networks. Indeed, since 2003, the number of social media site users has nearly doubled, and the time spent visiting and navigating these sites has grown by a staggering 883%! (Kunz & Hackworth 2011). According to Kunz and Hackworth (2011, p. 2), "In 2008 alone, the amount of time spent on social networking sites increased 73%. A large percentage (85%) of social media networking users want companies to interact with them using social media applications."

Today, sixty times a minute, every hour, 24 hours a day, social media…. [read more]


Ewom Communication and Brand Trust Term Paper

… EWOM Communication and Brand Trust

Brand Trust and Customer Equity

EWOM Communication and Customer Equity

Brand Equity Drivers and Customer Equity

Relationship of Equity Drivers on Customer Equity

Value Equity Drivers

Brand-Related, Relationship-Related and Value-Related Drivers

Developing eWOM Campaigns

Things Not to Do with eWOM

Considerations for Consumer Online Reviews

Comparison of WOM Campaigns

Customer Equity (Villanueva, Yoo & Hanssens 2006, Introduction Section, ¶ 1).

CLV: Consumers' lifetime value (Villanueva, Yoo & Hanssens 2006, Introduction, ¶ 1).

UGC: User-Generated Content (Cheong & Morrison 2008, ¶ 1).

HOW ELECTRONIC WORD-of-MOUTH (EWOM)

AFFECTS BRAND TRUST and CUSTOMER EQUITY

CHAPTER II

LITERATURE REVIEW

"…[C]onsumer reviews and ratings are the most accessible and prevalent form of eWOM"

(Hopken, Gretzel, & Law 2009, p. 38).

eWOM

In the literal world,…. [read more]


Use of Social Media Term Paper

… ¶ … Social Media

Travel and tourism, a multibillion-dollar worldwide industry, with the UK being one of the premier tourist destinations, has constantly relied greatly on endorsement and advertising as platforms for the enormous number of destinations, spots, and vacation selections; hotels, resorts, areas, and countries; challenging for travel business, not to bring up the crowd of carriers, airlines, trains, cruise liners, buses, and other transport vehicles for travellers to those destinations. So imperative is the business that there are whole venues (together with smaller nations) whose financial systems are just about wholly reliant on tourism.

Travel PR in a Digital Age

Just like most other industries, the social media revolution has had a deep impact on the travel and tourism markets; both in terms…. [read more]

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