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Are the people in the “join-in network” really going from being passive to active, self-producing consumers in droves? A current study by TNS Infratest MediaResearch shows that the majority of Internet users are still using the new offers in the traditional way – passively. It comes as no surprise to the researchers that the proportion of Web 2.0 users is most strongly related to age: “The younger they are, the more actively Internet users use new Web 2.0 offerings such as weblogs, podcasts, digital photo or video platforms and writing or changing so-called wiki entries,” reports the media observers. One…

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Microsoft just announced Windows 11. It’s a free update for Windows 10 coming this holiday season, and you can check if your computer is capable of running it right now. The thing is, when I went to check my PC, which is quite recent, I got this error saying that my computer would not be compatible with Windows 11. After some searching, I discovered the problem that the tool was dialing, so I am sharing that with you now. What happened here is that my motherboard did not have the Trusted Platform Module enabled, so it failed the Windows 11…

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In December advertising service providers tested the interactive control of digital messages in advertising display cases. During the experiment, a City Light poster showcase reacted to the viewer’s turn and changed its content as a result. The project at the Berlin bus stop at Budapester Strasse / on the corner of Breitscheidplatz played with the slogan “It happens when nobody is looking”, with which Amnesty International draws attention to domestic violence. When passers-by turned their attention to the City Light poster display case in the bus waiting hall of an outdoor advertiser, they saw a seemingly happy couple on an…

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PKP Intercity has published the latest results of the customer satisfaction survey – the most important conclusion is that it is quite good with our railways! Passengers of the Polish State Railways rated journeys by PKP Intercity trains at 5.8 on a seven-point scale. The highest score was given to the Express InterCity Premium – Pendolino trains. Nearly 85 percent of travelers evaluate the work of conductor teams as good and 8 out of 10 passengers praise the Silence Zones. Satisfaction surveys are conducted periodically by the PKP Group. The last edition took place at the end of 2016. Over…

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China will soon incorporate a new law into its legislation that will make things somewhat more difficult when it comes to speaking on the Internet. The Chinese government has approved cybersecurity legislation aimed at controlling content by which anonymity is prohibited on the network, forcing platforms and applications to keep a registry of users with real data about them, including their location and personal information. In addition, this new law will prosecute the authors of content “prohibited” according to the government of that country. The website of the Human Rights Watch association has released the details of this new law,…

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In the entire retail trade, the inventory differences add up to 3.9 billion euros annually, as the EHI Retail Institute found in a study on the subject of inventory differences. Of this, dishonest customers would cause 53 percent and own employees 23 percent and the rest would be caused by suppliers, service staff and organizational errors. 78 companies with a total of almost 12,500 sales outlets took part. Statistically, every German household still steals goods worth more than 50 euros in retail every year. To put it figuratively, this means that around every 200th shopping cart passes the checkout without…

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It appears that Texas Governor Greg Abbot is about to enact a new bill, which makes it difficult for social media platforms like Facebook to moderate any political content. Both the Texas House and Senate passed the bill earlier this week and sent it to Abbot’s desk for its latest flourish. If signed, the new law would make any social media company with more than 50 million users unable to censor users or content based on “political opinions or geographic location.” The generalized language used includes most of the moderation actions, such as banning, removing the platform, demonetizing users or…

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Today is the day that Sony’s new PlayStation 4 Pro model hits the stores, the version of its desktop console compatible with 4K televisions and with better software to better support new functions. Much has been made about whether it would be a generational leap that would mean the end of PlayStation 4. Now that it seems that everyone has settled down and has seen that, in effect, Pro is only a half-generation update as already have been done before, let’s see how you can take advantage of it by moving the data from the original PlayStation 4 to the…

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With the Social Media Prisma (www.ethority.de/weblog/social-media-prisma) marketing decision-makers get an interesting tool in their hands. “Almost all of the more or less successful companies, including their logo and conversation channel, are presented according to categories. So if you have always wanted a tidy and colorful overview of the German social media landscape for private or commercial use, but were too lazy to create one yourself: here it is! Ethority kindly makes its prism available to anyone interested in various formats and resolutions for download, ”reports Basic Thinking In addition to the German and American versions, the Prisma is already available…

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The iQOO Z1 will be the first phone to feature the recently announced MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset. real iQOO Z1 screenshots The phone was seen on a Geekbench list that confirms earlier speculation. The iQOO Z1 is due to be announced today and we’ve seen it before rdetailed enders and we knew its main specs, which include a 144Hz refresh rate display, 44W fast charging and 5G connectivity. The iQOO Z1 will be the first phone present the recently announced MediaTek Dimension 1000+ chipset. iQOO Z1 real images The phone was seen on a Geekbench list that confirms earlier speculation.…

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