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Guía para construir un Trending Topic #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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Informe Trending Topic, España, 2014




Archivado en: Infografía, Redes Sociales, Sociedad de la información Tagged: Infografía, internet, redes sociales, tic, Twitter, Web 2.0.



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Cómo hemos llegado al iPhone 6 #infografia #infographic #apple

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Cómo hemos llegado al iPhone 6

Cómo hemos llegado al iPhone 6





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Today, Apple Gave The World A Watch And Took Away The iPod Classic


Earlier today, Apple somehow took almost two hours to announce some slightly bigger smartphones and a pricey phone accessory, then throw a surprise U2 concert. There was something that they didn’t announce during that presentation, though: the end of the original click-wheel iPod.

Apple has sold hundreds of millions of iPods, at least two dozen of which were warranty replacements belonging to me. (The iPod Photo was a terrible product.) The click wheel itself sort of lives on in the iPod Shuffle, but all portable gadgets that Apple sells with screens now have touchscreens. The iPod Classic has still been on the market, hanging out in a corner of the website for people who want to carry 160 GB of music around with them at all times in case of an emergency where they have a sudden need to play Abbey Road straight through.


Of course, on the Apple Store site, the company still uses an old-school click-wheel iPod with a screen to represent the iPod section, since the modern iPod touch would be indistinguishable from a smartphone.


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Apple says a silent goodbye to iPod classic [CNET]


(Thanks to Chuck for pointing this out!)




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

5 cosas que no debes hacer en Twitter #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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5 cosas que no debes hacer en Twitter

5 cosas que no debes hacer en Twitter





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Top 10 medios españoles en Redes Sociales #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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Una infografía con el Top 10 medios españoles en Redes Sociales. Vía Websa100


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Top 10 medios españoles en Redes Sociales

Top 10 medios españoles en Redes Sociales





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What Should McDonald’s Do When Kids Aren’t Interested In Happy Meals?


McDonald’s has a problem: kids. For a few generations now, families have been a big part of the company’s business, and marketing to children an important part of their business strategy. Yet kids and families just aren’t streaming in the door like they used to, and it’s not because terrifying new mascot Happy has scared them off. No, it’s because eschewing fast food is now aspirational for middle-class consumers, and everyone else is broke.

Members of the Millennial generation, loosely defined as “anyone younger than the Consumerist staff,” tend to look down on processed foods. Younger adults with small kids are raising them with more sophisticated palates than they grew up with in turn. Today’s kids would prefer a Chipotle quesadilla to a cheeseburger. Apparently.


“[Kids in 2014 are] not just looking for the Golden Arches and the toy,” a market researcher explained to Crain’s Chicago. Burgers and fries are not cutting it. Even Go-Gurt and apple slices are not up to the standards of modern youngsters. Only 14% of McDonald’s customers are adults eating with kids, and the majority of people who walk in the door are dining (loosely defined) by themselves.


Maybe in twenty years, McDonald’s will have a fantastic resurgence after today’s small children grow up and discover that there is a world outside of buffalo burgers on artisanal pretzel buns. Or something.

(via Bloomberg Businessweek)




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

Restaurant Owner Won’t Apologize For Shaming LeSean McCoy Over $.20 Tip

The receipt for McCoy's meal was posted to the PYT Facebook page by the restaurant's owner.

The receipt for McCoy’s meal was posted to the PYT Facebook page by the restaurant’s owner.



Not to overwhelm the pages of Consumerist with stories about NFL running backs, but when the league’s best set of legs shows himself out to be one of the country’s worst tippers, we can’t not cover the story.

You may have already heard that Eagles RB LeSean McCoy stiffed a server at Philly eatery PYT — home of stunt foods like the Fried Chicken & Beer Burger, the Deep-Fried Twinkie Burger, and the Lasagna-Bun Burger — by leaving only $.20 on a $61.56 bill.


Everyone involved in this story has been the target of nasty, hateful comments and social media posts. People accuse McCoy of being rude and cheap. Some claimed the waiter doctored the receipt, or said he shouldn’t have gone public about the incident. Others say the owner is just publicity-hungry.


Well, in a letter posted this afternoon on the PYT Facebook page, that owner says he’d like to apologize to the record-breaking running back… but he just can’t.


First off, the owner clarifies that the waiter in this incident had nothing to do with posting the receipt on Facebook.


“I take total and complete responsibility for sharing this receipt,” he writes. “It was not our server’s decision, it was mine. I am to blame.


“I decided to take action after some serious thought,” continues the owner. “And while I’d like to apologize to Mr McCoy, I cannot in good conscience do so. I stand by my actions one hundred percent.”


He then recounts his side of the story, in which McCoy and three friends visited PYT on Monday and ended up sitting in a booth next to the owner and other managers.


“They were given excellent service. Impeccable service,” writes the owner. “If anything, our server was a little nervous as was our food runner, because they are big, big fans.”


However, he claims that McCoy and his friends quickly became “verbally abusive” to the staff, including derogatory comments about females.


The owner also says that after the group had left, he noticed the waiter was staring at the receipt left behind.


“I took the receipt out of his hand and I couldn’t believe that anyone could be so callous,” he writes. “Mr. McCoy had left a .03% tip for our staff… Twenty cents that our server has to split with the food runner and the bartender. Two dimes from an insulting multimillionaire.”


Giving McCoy the benefit of a doubt, the owner says he assumes that the football star is “usually an awesome dude” and maybe he was having a bad day. But he takes issues with claims from the player and his management that it was in response to bad service — a claim the owner labels as “a complete slanderous lie.”


“At the end of the day, I did what I felt my heart told me to do,” he explains. “And I don’t want anything from Mr McCoy, but…maybe an apology to his server who gave him excellent service would be cool.”




by Chris Morran via Consumerist

WordPress 4.0 #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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WordPress 4.0

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