Weekly digest of week 49 2009

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This week insight on how HTML5 will change the way you use the web, Google offering DNS services, Open APIs and Reputation-based security. What Does it Mean to “Buy” an E-book? About what one actually purchases when one buys and e-book. The same, of course, applies to mp3s and any other property which can be […]

This week insight on how HTML5 will change the way you use the web, Google offering DNS services, Open APIs and Reputation-based security.

  • What Does it Mean to “Buy” an E-book?
    About what one actually purchases when one buys and e-book. The same,
    of course, applies to mp3s and any other property which can be
    reproduced by a third party at very low (often no) marginal costs.
  • 35 social media KPIs to help measure engagement
    Social media measurement is something that I think should be undertaken
    with a sense of perspective, by standing back and looking at the big
    picture.
  • Guaranteed Audience Buys: What’s Promised Isn’t Always What’s Delivered
    One of the promises of the Internet is the ability to target an exact
    individual. After all, unlike radio or TV, where messages are
    simultaneously broadcast to a broad audience, online advertising is
    served one impression at a time.
  • Reputation-based security – the next step
    The Information Communication Technology (ICT) security threat
    landscape has gone through significant changes in the last few years,
    which in turn have altered the distribution profile for new malware. In
    stark contrast to the past, where typically one strain would infect
    millions of machines, today the opposite is taking place; millions of
    malware strains are each targeting only a handful of machines which in
    turn makes fighting them more complex.
  • Open APIs Mature Into a Next-Generation Business Model
    Internet technology has made this possible for for a decade or more,
    but it’s taken a while for awareness to grow on both the provider and
    consumption side about how fundamentally valuable APIs are to the
    modern businesses today.

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Rick Mans is a social media evangelist within Capgemini. You can follow and connect with him via Twitter or Delicious

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