keskiviikko 25. toukokuuta 2011

29. Jimmy J. Jazz - Facecömic: Under construction

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My friend J-P collects and likes to watch DVD movies. He must have hundreds or thousands of them.

Two years ago J-P had a birthday party. I bought to him a cheap bookshelf from Ikea.

J-P was in trouble. There was no room for my present and for his DVD movies.

So he bought some piece of land and built a house. The project Lallinhäntä costed 500.000 euros.

So, now there is enough room.

J-P said, that my bookshelf was the most money taking present that he has ever received.

torstai 19. toukokuuta 2011

44. Jimmy J. Jazz - Facecömic: SomeTime2011 Invitation

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You are invited to #SomeTime2011 , which gathers together Social Media active users and opinion leaders.

#SomeTime2011 will be held physically in Aalto Design Factory, Espoo, Finland on 10-11.6.2011.

There is room for the first 250 people.

#SomeTime2011 is open and planned on self-guided basis. 12 physical and virtual meetings are already help by 34 people.

Facebook group SomeTime2011 has now 435 members and counting! is the WWW home page, so make your registration now!

Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Qaiku and other Social Medias we be represented, so send your registration!

Or interact via you favourite SoMe!

On the Facecömic number 47 I'm also inviting you to my Facecömic Work Shop, which will be held at "Engine Room" on Saturday 11.6.2011 at 11 a.m. and it lasts one hour.


keskiviikko 18. toukokuuta 2011

15. Jimmy J. Jazz - Facecömic: Emil and October Revolution

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Emil was born in Jyväskylä, Finland year 1896.

He did army in St. Petersburg, Russia, like all Finnish men did on those days.

Russian October Revolution in 1917 began and the soldiers were left out of food. Emil and some other Finns decided to escape. They left the barracks, passed the border river by swimming and walked through Karelia

Emil's weight was only 35 kilograms, when he got back home. He was engaged with a Finnish woman called Olga. He went to see her.

Olga was quite shocked of Emil's condition and she was scared, that the Russians would take him away and shoot him as a deserter.

"I don't think so, they have so many problems of their own", said Emil.

It started to rain snow.

It was the evening of the 6th of December 1917. Finland got it's indepencence.

To be continued...

keskiviikko 11. toukokuuta 2011

13. Jimmy J. Jazz - Facecömic: Because you're unique (the 11th of May, 2011)

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When you register into any Social Media network, you have to give your personal information, like date of birth.

Big thing? Yes, because it is the only information of you, which doesn't change. Everything else can.

Good, now you can be traced later.

The system starts to analyze more data of you that you can even imagine.

Your physical location can be resolved quite accurately from your IP address.

Everything you write as a status updates or comments will be analyzed and used.

If you try to protect your own data don't worry - if even one of your contacts hasn't protected his or her account, the companies can also get all your personal information without having to ask your permission to it.

After this you start to receive "personal advertisement", which feels like somebody's banging you from back.

If you want to avoid this, confuse them by entering "wrong" information of yourself.

Make youself 20-30 years younger or older and get ready for good laughs!

keskiviikko 4. toukokuuta 2011

12. Jimmy J. Jazz - Facecömic: Facebook vs. Twitter vs. LinkedIn (the 4th of May, 2011)

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The differences between...

1. Facebook's market value is the greatest of these at the monent. Basic idea is to five "Status Updates" of what you are doing at the moment and receive "Comments" and "Likes" from "friends" you are connected to. Some people play games, which are available.

2. Twitter is focused on "micro communication" with 140 character long messages. Some visionary people are using it to build a better world. Only 5 % of my Facebook friends are using it.

3. LinkedIn is ment for the "old hackers", who have been in telecommunication business more than 20-25 years. It's a worklife oriented channel. I think that all of my friends can be found here, even those who say that they hate Social Medias. It's funny how people always start to connect rapidly when they are about to change job.

Which Social Media is best for you? Hard to say. I think that it's a good idea to join them all and give one evening of your life for each media to solve them out.

Even one of them might change your life forever.