Monday, May 21, 2007

Weekly IMM Roundup for 05/14 - 05/20

Every Monday (well, it used to be Sunday) we present you our weekly roundup of interesting articles you might have missed during last week, a selection of the best content that we presented here to you on Internet: Marketing and Messages (IMM).

Last week I started to add some non-academic information to the site, like reports on the music industry, telecommunications, sms texting, etc. I think that this new addition in content is a step in the right direction, let me know what you think by posting a comment.

Feel free to comment on any of the posts you find interesting! I am also looking for great new websites related to online research and online marketing to add to our linklist - so if you know any good ones or want to exchange links, just leave a comment!

A one-day workshop and conference
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2007 NMC Summer Conference
The 2007 NMC Summer Conference will be held June 6-9, 2007, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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JCMC: double-themed special issue
Theme I: The Social, Political, Economic, and Cultural Dimensions of Search Engines
Theme II: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Religion and Computer-Mediated Communication
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Communities and Technologies 2007 conference
Early registration ends on May 31st.
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The profile of a Spanish Second Life resident
Findings from a recent market research exercise.
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LEA Dispersive Anatomies - Call for papers
The Leonardo Electronic Almanac is inviting papers and artworks that address dispersion - dispersion of bodies, objects, landscapes, networks, virtual and real worlds.
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Google rolls out Universal Search
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Amazon to launch DRM free Music Download Store to Launch DRM-Free MP3 Music Download Store with Songs and Albums from EMI Music and More Than 12,000 Other Labels.
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AV PhD Day - free Symposium at the Centre for Material Digital Culture
The aim of this one-day event is to explore approaches to beginning and developing doctoral work that uses the moving image as a major element of a research project at PhD level.
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