Posts Tagged ‘behavior’

“Today I’m starting a small experiment: how long can a “homo digitalis” survive without the plethora of social networks, profiles and tools used every single day (and every day more)? We, the new humans: a collection of profiles, thumbs-ups, pins, badges, karmas and retweets. What we eat, what we see, where we go, what we wish [...]

“Users are getting a lot more selective, deleting comments, photo tags and even friends at a record rate, according to a new study released Friday by the Pew Internet and American Life Project. Pew is calling this phenomenon “the pruning” of social networks, and the study includes findings like this: 63 percent of users have unfriended people [...]

“Internet memes have risen in popularity with the rise of Internet Culture as more and more people identify with and participate on the Web as their primary method of expression and content consumption. (An Internet memes is a piece of content or an idea that’s passed from person to person, changing and evolving along the [...]

“Animated GIFs have been circling the web since 1987, yet in the past few years, they seem to have increased in popularity. Because Tumblr acts as a digital incubator for all things visually stunning, it has helped rejuvenate the outdated artform (…) ’Tumblr is a huge part of creative sharing online and is already a giant in [...]