"The Internet has brought the world many things, but one of the things that really stands out, is making the world’s culture more accessible to the population. Projects that would have seemed impossible 20 years ago are now being accomplished in the blink of an eye. Google Books is legally scanning every book they can get their hands on and the Internet Archive is digitizing every public domain movie, song, book, and webpage..."
Aquí tenemos otra opción que podemos usar para aprovechar que tenemos nuestros trabajos guardados en Dropbox para generar rápidamente un portafolio lo suficientemente atractivo como para mostrarlo directamente a los clientes..
Wattpad has raised a financing round of $46 million from a group led by Canadian pension fund OMERS that the collaborative-writing platform says will help it expand its global community of writers and readers and add more support
If it takes unplugging to learn how better to live plugged in, so be it. But let’s not mistake such experiments in asceticism for a sustainable way of life. For most of us, the modern world is full of gadgets and electronics, and we’d do better to reflect on how we can live there than to pretend we can live elsewhere.
La société d'études TeleGeography a mis en ligne une carte mondiale interactive des câbles sous-marins qui connectent l'Internet mondial. «Ces grosses artères comptent pour pratiquement tout notre trafic internet international», explique le site io9. via TeleGeography via TeleGeography CNN ...
"Our brains, neuroscientists warn, are developing new circuits with a big impact on non-digital reading."
“We can’t turn back,” [Doctor Maryanne] Wolf said. “We should be simultaneously reading to children from books, giving them print, helping them learn this slower mode, and at the same time steadily increasing their immersion into the technological, digital age. It’s both. We have to ask the question: What do we want to preserve?”
Wolf is training her own brain to be bi-literate. She went back to the Hesse novel the next night, giving herself distance, both in time and space, from her screens.
“I put everything aside. I said to myself, ‘I have to do this,’ ” she said. “It was really hard the second night. It was really hard the third night. It took me two weeks, but by the end of the second week I had pretty much recovered myself so I could enjoy and finish the book.”
Formerly known as Futureful, content discovery outfit Random has once again turned its user interface upside-down in order to better learn how people browse when they’re not thinking too hard about it.
Apps de los mejores museos del mundo Las artes que hoy tienen mayor vitalidad para el hombre de a pie son cosas que no considera como arte; por ejemplo, el cine, el jazz, frecuentemente la página cómica, los relatos periodísticos de amores, asesinatos y correrías de bandidos.
Although Apple dismissed the idea of a tablet stylus, that doesn’t mean the company isn’t thinking about how one could enhance the iPad experience. A new patent publishing details what Apple may have in mind.
As we attempt to combine multi-device design requirements with complex, media-rich narratives, we’ve hit the wall. The chunky, fields-and-templates approach we’ve developed can’t save us from the mismatch between our content and HTML’s descriptive tools. The good news is we don’t have to convert all our projects to XML to learn from the XML community’s wisdom. By using custom elements and properties to represent content’s meaning, transforming it into HTML on output, and ensuring that editing tools share the same vocabulary, we can publish structured content that supports the needs of today’s editors and art directors while also making our content safe for future generations.