Author Archives: Antonio Vantaggiato

About Antonio Vantaggiato

Professor, web2.0 enthusiast, and didactic chef.

A Whole Class Worth of Postcards

At last I’m publishing today the last big batch of postcards arrived here for the #care4sagrado series. This one batch is quite special because they all come from one class in one institution: the College of New Rochelle (New York … Continue reading

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Still more postcards for #care4sagrado

Yes, it’s our last week of class and I am still getting postcards from kind and generous people. There is power everywhere at Sagrado, even though they are checking the air conditioning systems, so not all are functioning. Next week … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving post for #care4sagrado postcards

Here’s the last batch of postcards we received for #care4sagrado. Again, thanks are in order! However, I decided to take a lazy attitude during the Thanksgiving weekend and I did mostly only the cooking and the reading. Here we go, … Continue reading

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The Last Living Person on the Planet

It’s the title of a lovely song from Nacho Mastretta. It was originally sung by the wonderful voice of Gema Corredera, but her version is audio only on YouTube. Here I have two versions. But before enjoying them, I want … Continue reading

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The Freedom of the Press Center and Digital Identity

Post I have a problem when an organization, a person or a company uses its Facebook page as its main digital identity device. First of all when I write an entity’s URL like this facebook.com/thisIsMe this tells that this is … Continue reading

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