Author Archives: Antonio Vantaggiato

About Antonio Vantaggiato

Professor, web2.0 enthusiast, and didactic chef.

The forgotten Encyclopedia

[Flickr Photo by A. Vantaggiato, CC-Licensed BY-SA-NC] The forgotten encyclopedia lies on the boardwalk, close to the street, a couple of meters off dirt, rain and abandon. Not even school libraries want it. Of course, it is old, virtually obsolete … Continue reading

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Blocked from one Twitter account

So, I found myself blocked from Dave Winer’s Twitter. This means I cannot see his tweets while I’m logged into Twitter as myself. As soon I logout, though, I can get to his timeline. Weird, I know. Dave is one … Continue reading

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Media and Politics

While in the middle of this amorphous political environment of the past months (Trumpism, state of emergency in France and general elections, students’ strike and 1st May manifestation here in the provinces fo Puerto Rico), I kept looking for media … Continue reading

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Fascinating anatomy art

Anatomy fascinated artists and there are examples of great anatomical drawings done by artists, especially in the Renaissance. After watching Vanessa Ruiz’s TED talk, The spellbinding art of human anatomy,  I was captured by the contemporary artists who chose to … Continue reading

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Social networks, breakups and memory

[Photo: Tom Simpson it’s the worst picture I’ve ever seen! via photopin (CC license)] New developments in social networking: breaking up is a complex issue, often burdened with sorrow, anguish, pain and guilt. What to do with the memorabilia produced … Continue reading

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