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Research at NYU’s Faculty Resource Network

Just a little thought on how amazing is this stay in NYC. I walk every morning down from Union Square (my dorm is at the Palladium) to Washington Square Park, salute Garibaldi, and fall into the magic space of NYU’s … Continue reading

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World Wide Web’s birth

This is how it all began. 1991, Geneva, CERN. And this is a replay: the machine Tim Berners-Lee used to develop his first Website was a NeXT, another Steve Job concoction from the time he was away from Apple. The … Continue reading

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Stories Told and Made: WikiLeaks, Nobel & World Domination

A mix of a few ideas about stories being told or made: One. At the Nobel Prize ceremony this week, Mario Vargas Llosa received the highest award for literature. Earlier, on the paper he usually writes on, he published a … Continue reading

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