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Le design de la visibilité | by @Karmacoma #socialmedia #identity

Le design de la visibilité | by @Karmacoma #socialmedia #identity | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
renvoie en effet à un ensemble de pratiques hétérogènes : la participation aux débats publics, l’exposition de soi dans des récits intimes, le développement de pratiques amateurs, les bricolages (remix, sample, collage) de produits culturels standardisés, la recherche de signes de distinction, l’affirmation de choix de vie autonome, la quête de réputation, etc.
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Le processus de subjectivation : l’extériorisation de soi

La première dynamique est celle de l’extériorisation de l’identité des personnes dans des signes, formulation qui recoupe, au moins partiellement, ce qui est souvent qualifié de processus de subjectivation[8]  La notion de subjectivation fait l’objet d’acceptions... [8] . Les interfaces du web 2.0 présentent toutes une entrée individuelle, une fiche de signalement, qui constitue le point de départ de toute navigation. Celle-ci enregistre certaines caractéristiques stables et durables des personnes, mais aussi et surtout des signes d’identité beaucoup plus diffus, mouvants et multiples que les participants déposent dans leurs goûts, leurs amis, leurs activités ou leurs œuvres. Ce que l’on qualifie habituellement de dynamique « expressiviste »[9]  ALLARD et VANDENBERGHE, 2003. [9] renvoie en effet à un ensemble de pratiques hétérogènes : la participation aux débats publics, l’exposition de soi dans des récits intimes, le développement de pratiques amateurs, les bricolages (remix, sample, collage) de produits culturels standardisés, la recherche de signes de distinction, l’affirmation de choix de vie autonome, la quête de réputation, etc.

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Genera el #INAH información #geoespacial en materia #arqueológica | #mexico

Genera el #INAH información #geoespacial en materia #arqueológica | #mexico | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Genera el INAH información geoespacial en materia arqueológica
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La plataforma generada incluye una base de datos georreferenciada, así como información espacial digital en diversos formatos, por ejemplo, kmz, dxf y shp, susceptible de visualización y manipulación en aplicaciones como Google Earth, Auto CAD y sistemas de información geográfica.

Esta información sirve para producir cartografía referente a las 187 zonas arqueológicas abiertas al público en el país, su entorno natural y el contexto socioeconómico de las comunidades cercanas, servicios para la visita e inclusive el estado de conservación de las estructuras arquitectónicas distribuidas dentro de las mismas.

Jaime Cedeño resaltó la cartografía desarrollada en el Laboratorio de Geomática a partir de la captura de información que proporcionan los institutos nacionales de Estadística y Geografía, y de Ecología; las comisiones nacionales del Agua, y para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, así como del Registro Público de Monumentos y Zonas Arqueológicos del INAH y la generada por la Dirección de Operación de Sitios.

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Tweets on the road (article) | #dataviz #geo-located

Tweets on the road (article) | #dataviz #geo-located | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
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The penetration rate of geo-located tweets is dierent across European countries and does not show a clear relation to the GDP per capita of each country. There are several factors that can contribute to this diversity such as the facility of access or prices of the mobile data providers. In addition, generic cultural dierences when facing a delicate issue from the privacy perspective such as declaring the precise location in posted messages can be also present. One can then naturally wonder whether these dierences extend to other aspects of the use of Twitter or are constraint to geographical issues. One obvious question to explore is the structure of the social network formed by the interactions between users. We extract interaction networks by establishing the users as nodes and connecting a pair of them when they have interchanged a reply. Replies are specic messages in Twitter designed to answer the tweets of a particular user. It can be seen as a direct conversation between two users and as shown in [28] (and references therein) can be related to more intense social relations. A network per country was obtained by assigning to each user the country from which most of his or her geo-located tweets are posted.

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8 Web #Tools for Finding and Creating Data Visualizations | #dataviz #cartography

8 Web #Tools for Finding and Creating Data Visualizations | #dataviz #cartography | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
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The one million tweet map #onemilliontweetmap

The one million tweet map #onemilliontweetmap | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
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What's happening, in real time. You'll be surprised with all you can discover.

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Watch as 1000 years of European borders change (timelapse map) | #history

Watch as 1000 years of European borders change (timelapse map) An incredible timelapse look at how drastically European borders have changed over the last 1000 years TransferWise…
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40 maps that explain the internet | #dataviz #cyberhistory

40 maps that explain the internet | #dataviz #cyberhistory | e-Xploration | Scoop.it

Where the internet came from, how it works, and how it's used by people around the world

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Before the internet, there was the ARPANET

 

ARPANET, the precursor to the modern internet, was an academic research project funded by the Advanced Research Projects Agency, a branch of the military known for funding ambitious research projects without immediate commercial or military applications. Initially, the netowrk only connected the University of Utah with three research centers in California. ARPANET was a test of a then-novel technology called packet-switching, which breaks data into small "packets" so they can be transmitted efficiently across the network. It also had a more practical goal: allowing more efficient use of expensive computing resources. Computers scientists sometimes used ARPA money to buy computers, and the agency hoped that ARPANET would allow universities to share these expensive resources more efficiently. One of the first ARPANET applications was Telnet, which allowed a researcher at one ARPANET site to log into a computer at another site.

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