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Social Media Stats Trilogy, Part III:

Twitter’s introduction of the activity icon in their apps has shifted looking at analytics from a specific activity with a dedicated area, to the location of the tweet itself. (I remember Nein having a comment on that little icon, but can no longer find the tweet. Negated?)

Dan Rubin in the latest Offscreen Magazine:

If your interface prioritises followers, likes, comments – the user-facing metrics – then that directly influences people’s behaviour, and they will value those numbers more highly.

There’s also Jen talking about the insanity of metrics with Gerry McGovern on The Web Ahead.

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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