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Social Media : Unlike traditional media, its contents are interactive between members who can create and modify shared content, in the form of a blog, community, wiki (see definition below), etc.... Social media was born the advent of web2.0.
NICT: See definition "Information and Communication Technologies".
Numerical : In computer science, numerical refers to data processed by computer and by extension everything that refers to electronic systems built on logical functions to which arithmetic calculations are limited. The term digital is the opposite of "analogical" and "algebraic", the term "digital culture" is used to name social relations in the media field.
Programmed obsolescence : Techniques put in place by equipment manufacturers to consciously reduce the life span of equipment, in order to encourage faster replacement. Some examples: equipment not designed for technological evolution, weakening of connection cables, wearing parts and "consumables" with a short lifespan.
Open data : In French "données ouvertes" are digital data that are freely accessible and usable by users. From public or private origin, they can be the fact of communities, public services, collective citizens or companies.
Persona : This term designates a fictitious "person" who symbolizes the target user, integrating his main characteristics. In terms of commerce, it can be the "ideal customer". The concept was created by an American computer scientist at the end of the 90s, it is widely co-named "marketing".
Digital pollution : Digital pollution is the set of negative environmental impacts due to the effects of digital - information and communication technologies.