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Web 2.0 – the Dork Tower

Note:  I did not write this.  I wish I had, but I didn’t.  It was written by a usually reliable source who witnessed it, or something very like it. 589 more words

NoiseTube – cell phones for ubiquitous noise pollution monitoring

Hey, world, we told you so, although we were a little more advanced in our design and concepts. :)

-Lynne

 

http://noisetube.net/

 

Turn your mobile phone into an environmental sensor and participate to the monitoring of noise pollution …
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#5: #fakenews is logical outgrowth of web's infrastructure

One post-election 2016 viral-wonder—the crisis of “fake news” in the wake of the 2016 presidential election—was a logical and necessary outgrowth of the web’s sordid infrastructure, prurient daily pleasures, and… 228 more words

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#1: the real internet is a fake

Truth #1 is a deceptively simple start and intentionally so. It mirrors in its construction two organizing structures and conventions of the internet and the social media it spawns: namely, 1) that one of many paradoxes structure the place and its experiences and 2) that its user-experienced minimalism hides complexity (among other things): 273 more words

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100 Hard Truths About Fake News: A primer on digital media literacy, #100hardtruths-#fakenews

Shortly after November’s tumultuous election, I wrote an article for JStor Daily, “Four Hard Truths About Fake News.” It began with a preamble that actually had three more truths embedded and then quickly followed with four more: “the real internet is a fake, the fake news is very real, and thus Trump is indeed our rightful internet president.” 340 more words

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Realidad Virtual, no tan lejos de la escuela.

Actualmente me encuentro cursando un Mooc sobre realidad virtual en educación organizado por el Intef. En mi escuela me pidieron dar una capacitación al respecto para lo cual preparé este Prezi que les comparto aquí abajo: 70 more words

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