Charles Parent on the wave since 1996. Topics: SEO, Digital Marketing, Graphic Design, Culture, Architecture, Museum, Education, Webmarketing, Social Networks. Bio: http://charlesparent.net from Nantes (FR)
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Wondereur décroche 2 nominations aux prestigieux WEBBY Awards !

New York, le 23 avril 2014 – Un duo d’entrepreneurs français établis à Toronto se fait remarquer à New York avec WONDEREUR, une plateforme de découverte de l’art contemporain qui décroche 2 nominations aux prestigieux WEBBY Awards. WONDEREUR est une expérience immersive qui renverse les codes habituels de l’art contemporain. Aux murs blancs de la … Lire la suite

Vizify : social media channel that creates beautiful “graphical bios”

Vizify is an up and coming social media channel that creates beautiful, “graphical bios” of all your scattered virtual info.   The site uses content from up to five other social media services (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare etc.) and draws it all together to form your homepage, which then breaks down into a page for … Lire la suite

Un livre multi support : Application, ebook et papier

Le projet LILÔ : un projet d’architecture aquatique et bioclimatique LILÔ est un lieu de bien-être au bord de la Côtière. Il est situé en Europe, au cœur de la France, à vingt kilomètres au Nord-Est de Lyon. Il est le fruit de l’agence d’architecture, Chabanne & Partenaires. Aquatique et bioclimatique par excellence, la réalisation de cet équipement résulte … Lire la suite

Le nouveau jeu des studios Moonbot : The Golem

Après nous avoir éblouis avec leurs deux précédentes créations : the Numberlys et le fantastique livre volant de Mr Morris, les studios Moonbot nous proposent de participer à leur prochaine création en lançant une campagne kickstarter pour financer un nouveau jeu vidéo. L’histoire est basé sur le conte du Golem : elle commence au début du 16eme siècle … Lire la suite

SEO in 2013: The Year of the Consumer

Search engine optimization continues to evolve in a variety of ways. 2012 was one of the most significant years for SEO in recent history. A multitude of search engine algorithm updates dramatically altered the manner in which search engine optimization is conducted. Those changes are detailed in a new MediaWhiz report, “SEO in 2013: The … Lire la suite

This Slick, Foldable Electric Bicycle Is Almost Impossible To Steal.

The concept e-bike, called the NCycle, has everything a cyclist could dream about: a holographic display, an innovative locking system, even a hidden pocket for your stuff. Many electric bicycle designs are clunky; they look like bloated regular bikes with motors. There are exceptions to that rule, like the Smart eBike. And now we have … Lire la suite

Wondereur: Art, Up close, Personal.

What is Wondereur ? Each week, Wondereur unveils a story and a storefront for a new contemporary artist. Art to buy now  Wondereur ask leading figures in local art scenes around the world to be our talent spotters and recommend great artists who are under the radar. Photojournalism  Each week, Wondereur unveil a photo essay … Lire la suite

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

The Short cut Inspired, in equal measures, by Hurricane Katrina, Buster Keaton, The Wizard of Oz, and a love for books, “Morris Lessmore” is a story of people who devote their lives to books and books who return the favor. Morris Lessmore is a poignant, humorous allegory about the curative powers of story. Using a … Lire la suite

The New Face of SEO: How SEO Has Changed

This SEO Infographic from Fuzz One Media examines the changes in SEO brought about by Google’s Penguin and Panda updates in the last 18 months. Prior to these updates, optimizing your website for the web was prioritized for search engines whereas now your audience comes first. This is driving the need to publish more creative … Lire la suite

Changing Places! By Kent Larson

Speakers Kent Larson: Architect Kent Larson directs the Changing Places research group at the MIT Media Lab.  He is also director of the MIT House_n Research Consortium and the MIT Living Labs initiative in the School of Architecture and Planning. Current research is focused on three related areas: 1. Responsive Urban Housing : Strategies to disentangle places of … Lire la suite

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