The largest number of protesters occurred on Twitter where the issue of the protests generated 79.943 million impressions on Twitter in Brazil, of which 27.655 million were promoted by the hashtag #Protestant, according to figures from Topsy.Mexico, DF – A great “human tide” took to the streets of Brazil yesterday to denounce the excessive expenses for the soccer World Cup, while the quality of public services is detrimental and the increase in public transport is increasing. According to figures from international news agencies, more than 800,000 people demonstrated in the Brazilian streets yesterday and Rio de Janeiro had the largest mobilization, with more than 300,000 protesters.However, the largest number of protesters occurred on Twitter where the issue of the protests generated 79.943 million impressions on Twitter in Brazil, of which 27 thousand 655 million were promoted by the hashtag #Protestant, according to figures by Topsy.
In addition to this hashtag, two other Cuba Email List Protestant and #Protestant emerged that went around the world, since after Brazil, the countries that most joined these demonstrations were: United States, United Arab Emirates, Argentina, Turkey and, in sixth place, Mexico.Here is a graph that shows how the protests have behaved through Twitter in the last four days.
Richard Dawkins at Cannes Lions 2013
Cannes, France.- In terms of cultural diffusion theory, a “meme” is the “theoretical unit of cultural information that is transmitted from one person to another, from one mind to another or from one generation to the other”. The concept was created and used for the first time by Richard Dawkins in 1976, in one of his famous publications. The scientist never thought the scope that the word would have these days in marketing .”The Selfish Gene” was the publication that includes the terms “memetics” and “meme”, coined by the researcher. As the latest concept has become part of the marketing culture today, Dawkins is one of the celebrities of science, invited to participate in this 60th version of Cannes Lions 2013.
Richard Dawkins was born in Nairobi in 1941, but lived in the United Kingdom since he was a child. He is a scientist, ethologist, evolutionary Cuba Email List theorist, and zoologist. It has been one of the most interesting visits of the Festival, according to the press.The video below, from Cannes Lions TV, was saturated when uploaded to YouTube, so the daily count is at +301 which is the maximum count that is allowed per day.