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Web Discourse

Abrazos gratis

Abrazos gratis: Uno de los siete ganadores en YouTube « Cáscara Mi dí­a empezó muy bien. Gracias al ví­deo más edificante, cortesí­a de YouTube y de la competencia Video Awards de YouTube, así­ como lo reporta el blog de cultura … Continue reading

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» Battelle interviews Michael Wesch

>> Battelle interviews Michael Wesch – the web 2.0 video John Battelle (author of “Google” the Book) published a nice short interview with Michael Wesch, professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. Wesch created the movie Web 2.0. The … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 another presentation

Dean Sharesky, the same guy who did the 43Things presentation, has another very good presentation to share: Web 2.0 Consider the Possibilities (on SlideShare). This time, he deals with Blogs, mostly. Very useful and well-done. Dean has a blog titled … Continue reading

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Titanic: Two The Surface

His nom de plume is Mr. Derek Johnson. His real name is Robert Blankenheim, 25 years old, from Los Angeles, a graduate of Chapman University. It took him five years since he first had the idea to release the video … Continue reading

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Teaching the Machine

Each time we forge a link between two word we teach the Machine an idea. These were the words of Kevin Lelly on WIRED 13.08 (August 2005), on an article aptly titled “We are the Web“. These very words are … Continue reading

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