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  1. You Are Not in Control – #RIMC 2012 Highlights

    Without slides and in a very relaxed tone, the president talked us through his personal experiences of new media; in particular about how instrumental social media had been as a tool for the people of Iceland to organize and protest after the fall...

  2. YouTube Adds Video Editing, Lets You Make Quick Fixes to Videos

    Let’s say that you’ve created the “Inspired by Iceland Video. Inspired by Iceland Video from Inspired By Iceland on Vimeo. According to IceNews, “The Inspired by Iceland advertising campaign carried out on behalf of the entire Icelandic tourist...

  3. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    If you want to get the attention of people living in Iceland, Google reaches around 85 percent of the population -- and in the France these numbers are even higher. In my home country, Iceland, a local search engine literally owned the market.

  4. Google Zeitgeist 2010: The Year's Top Searches

    The World Cup, the Olympics, the Haiti earthquake, the Gulf oil spill, and the Iceland ash cloud were all huge news stories this year. As you would expect, Google has gone above and beyond the typical top 10 list of queries with Zeitgest 2010...

  5. UK Election 2010: Google Insights for Search Tracks Interest In Campaign

    He also noted, "Overwhelming these debate-related queries was the eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano and the closure of British air space. Oldham, Software Engineer at Google, posted "Brits search for a leader" last night -- about three...

  6. Google Launches Google Map Maker

    Currently it's possible to build maps in Cyprus, Iceland, Pakistan, Vietnam and the Caribbean nations of: Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Jamaica, Netherlands Antilles, St.

  7. Geeking Out on Statistics

    I actually find it interesting that Iceland has the highest rate of electricity consumption per capita, that Venezuelans are the most likely to say they are "very happy" (Bulgarians are most likely to say they are not happy), or that Norwegians...