Tag Archives: Web

Mapping a Novel

I just finished reading a nice book, a noir first from a relatively unknown new French author with an English name, Julia Deck. Book title is Viviane Élisabeth Fauville (in english, it’s Viviane) and it’s a “beautiful” story of the … Continue reading

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The Article That Was Not

The following passage did not exist until now. Yet, it always existed, and even more, it has always been existing in the virtual Library of Babel. This is the realm of all possible books ever written and yet to be … Continue reading

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New media, monopolies and democracy (and Google)

The quasi-last class in my New Media course was the occasion to close a discourse begun with the article The Web We Lost by Anil Dash. The message was essentially that it is quite difficult, for people who were not … 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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Happy birthday, Web!

The World Wide Web is 25 today, March 12, after being born out of the mind of the visionary Tim Berners-Lee at CERN. It is outstanding, and I am not stopping to shout it everywhere I go, that Berners-Lee and … Continue reading

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