2016年2月5日 星期五

memetracker, manosphere, Blogosphere


Roosh V is famous in the online manosphere, with his ‘neo-masculinist’ thoughts on picking up women, men’s rights and rape culture. A lot of people, however, take issue with what he says, leading Roosh to cancel global men-only events planned for this coming Saturday...


Google's Redesigned Blog Search
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USAGoogle has relaunched Google Blog Search with its own memetracker. A memetracker takes all the latest blog posts about popular news and issues and ...



As if removing one's shoes for the sake of airline security wasn't already hassle enough, the attempted bombing on Northwest Airlines on Friday prompted worries about new security measures, including the unthinkable: could in-flight use of electronic devices be banned?


manosphere

出典:『Wiktionary』 (2015/10/12 21:35 UTC 版)

語源

名詞

manosphere ‎(uncountable)
  1. (Internet, neologism) The totality of men's-rights-oriented blogs and websites.



A memetracker is a tool for studying the migration of memes across a group of people. The term is typically used to describe websites that either:
  1. analyze blog posts to determine what web pages are being discussed or cited most often on the World Wide Web, or
  2. allow users to vote for links to web pages that they find of interest.
Sites in the latter group are often referred to as social media sites.
The original publicly-viewable memetracker was Blogdex, which is now defunct. However, many sites inspired by it exist today, such as:
Memetrackers are frequently characterized by purely automatic operation in determining the most popular links, though many modern sites incorporate some level of human editorial control in an effort to combat spam links and other efforts to exploit the services commercially.
The introduction of memetrackers was instrumental in the rise of blogs as a serious competitor to traditional printed news media. Through automating (or reducing to one click) the effort to spread ideas through word of mouth, it became possible for casual blog readers to focus on the best of the blogosphere rather than having to scan numerous individual blogs. The steady and frequent appearance of citations of or votes for the work of certain popular bloggers also helped create the so-called "A List" of bloggers.

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Francis Deblauwe 提到...

You may be interested in the blog post I just wrote: I compared the Google-popularity of Technorati, Blogdex, Techmeme, Daypop and memeorandum. See my WordFaceOff.blogspot.com blog.