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L'histoire des réseaux sociaux en dessins animés de 1930 à 2011.

L'histoire des réseaux sociaux en dessins animés de 1930 à 2011.

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  • A Brief Cartoon History of Social Networking 1930 - 2011
    • Illustrations by: Adam Long
    Commissioned by PeopleBrowsr in celebration of the Advertising Research Foundation ’s 75 th anniversary
  • 1930 http://bit.ly/notificator
  • 1969 http://bit.ly/compuserve69
  • http:// bit.ly /CBCS78 1978
  • http://bit.ly/TB-L 1989
  • http:// bit.ly /QLAOL 1989
  • http:// bit.ly / linklaunch 2003
  • http:// oreil.ly / foocamper 2003
  • http:// on.fb.me / fblaunch 2004
  • http:// bit.ly / fbpokers 2004
  • http:// bit.ly / dellhells 2005
  • http:// bit.ly / tweetlaunch 2006
  • http://bit.ly/photogtag 2007
  • http:// on.mash.to /SXSW07 2007
  • http://bit.ly/bkviral 2008
  • http://bit.ly/brunomov 2009
  • http://ti.me/iranjune 2009
  • http:// huff.to / guitarua 2009
  • http:// bit.ly / tweetspace 2010
  • http:// gaw.kr / Ksmithfat 2010
  • http:// tcrn.ch / WCjapan 2010
  • http:// on.fb.me /500MFB 2010
  • http:// bit.ly /PB1000 2010
  • http:// bit.ly /BDLB 2010
  • http:// bit.ly /CSHEEN1M 2011
  • http:// bit.ly / Rblack 2011
  • The History of Social Media Artwork presentation is in celebration of the Advertising Research Foundation ’s 75 th  anniversary and the launch of  PeopleBrowsr ’ s  San Francisco Command Center. We commissioned the artist, Adam Long , to transform the research we compiled into incredible illustrations that are delightful and easy to understand. More can be viewed on our blog here: http://blog.peoplebrowsr.com/blog/?p=780