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Web Discourse

The Web’s Revolution of Diversity

The first Web page was published by Tim Berners-Lee almost 26 years ago. Again, I find this Web a quasi magical creation, made of legend and human ingenuity. Of course, built from the shoulders of people who contributed great ideas, … Continue reading

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The not-so-World-Wide Web

This post is inspired in way by Anil Dash’s article “The Web We Lost“, a concept I find very troublesome and that I am sharing with my students of #inf115 (New Media & Social Nets). But there’s one extra reason … Continue reading

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Time travel, the Web and NCSA Mosaic

Image via Wikipedia That 12 November of 20 years ago was the day in which many ideas from hypertext research found a realistic down-to-earth version from Tim Berners-Lee, at the time an engineer at CERN, Europe’s center for nuclear research … Continue reading

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Mucha lengua pero poco ‘wiki’

Mucha lengua pero poco ‘wiki’ · ELPAÍ “Los hablantes son los dueños de la lengua”, dijo Víctor García de la Concha, director de la RAE, en la ocasión de la inauguración de proyecto Wikilengua. Esto me gusta. No es que … Continue reading

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Dolores Hernández y los blogs | Tinta Digital

Dolores Hernández y los blogs | Tinta Digital Cito de E. Martínez, quien recopila las impresiones suscitadas a partir de la publicación del artículo ¿Página o blog?, publicado por la crítica literaria Carmen Dolores Hernández en La Revista de El … Continue reading

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