We would like to thank Muriel Jaby, head of the communication department at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lyon, for taking the time to answer our questions about the use of social media books within the museum
Here are three questions we asked her.
On Twitter, posts quickly escape their authors. For instance, Hardly shared, they are immediately commented, retweeted and liked before getting lost in the incessant stream of tweets.Continue reading “The solution allowing you to gather tweets in a paper book !”
The peculiarity of social media platforms is even the densest content can vanish within seconds in news feeds. In this context, the study, analysis and archiving of these contents can be a work as colossal as it is time-consuming. Unless you call BlookUp!Continue reading “Essilor keeps an eye on their online activity! ”