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The Internet map

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David Hain's curator insight, January 10, 2013 2:59 AM

Interesting but only if you use the zoom button.

Matmi's curator insight, January 10, 2013 7:10 AM

A map of the internet- really cool to see it laid out like this. Each dot represents a different website , and the bigger the dot the more website the traffic recieves.- HK

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The Internet as Hive Mind: Memory and the Cybermind

The Internet as Hive Mind: Memory and the Cybermind | compaTIC | Scoop.it
No one can remember everything, and the Web can be a great mind-expanding device.

Via Sakis Koukouvis, Rui Guimarães Lima
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How Internet is going to change the world in next 30 years

How Internet is going to change the world in next 30 years | compaTIC | Scoop.it

The internet just turned 30. That might come as a surprise, as the global computer network seems both older and younger than that. Older because it is such a part of life now - roughly a third of humanity is now regularly online, and its use is so ubiquitous, even people over 40 find it hard to remember a world without it.


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Preserving Today’s Primary Sources for Tomorrow’s Research « Teaching with the Library of Congress

Preserving Today’s Primary Sources for Tomorrow’s Research « Teaching with the Library of Congress | compaTIC | Scoop.it

"If you were a K-12 student, which websites would you want to save for future generations? What would you want people to look at 50 or even 500 years from now? These questions are at the heart of the K12 Web Archiving program, sponsored jointly by the Library of Congress and the Internet Archive, beginning with a pilot program in 2008."

 

This is an wonderful way to encourage students to develop their critical thinking and digital literacy skills. This is a project that is worth considering replicating or building on elsewhere.


Via theo kuechel, Rui Guimarães Lima, Alfredo Calderon
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