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▶ 'Orwell's 1984 a fairytale compared to reality': #Snowden delivers Xmas message - YouTube

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his 'Alternative Christmas Message' via a British TV channel. The whistleblower called for an end to mass spyi...

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Juan Carlos Hernandez's curator insight, December 26, 2013 1:55 AM

▶ 'Orwell's 1984 a fairytale compared to reality':  #Snowden delivers Xmas message - YouTube

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his 'Alternative Christmas Message' via a British TV channel. The whistleblower called for an end to mass spying by governments, stating that a child born today will have "no conception of privacy."

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Jorge Lorenzo: "Duele mucho que te critiquen tanto en tu propio país"

Jorge Lorenzo: "Duele mucho que te critiquen tanto en tu propio país" | El laberinto del Minotauro | Scoop.it
Lorenzo habló ayer en la Cadena Cope sobre el polémico vídeo en el que muestra su casa, y afirma que le ha dolido mucho 'ver tantas críticas en tu propio país'.

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The Newsroom 3.0's curator insight, December 11, 2013 9:29 AM

El piloto mallorquín de Moto GP, Jorge Lorenzo, acudió al programa deportivo de la cadena Cope "El partido de las 12", donde repasó la temporada 2013 recién finalizada. Además aclaró la polémica sobre el video de su mansión barcelonesa y se quejó de las críticas nacionales recibidas.

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El deshielo

El deshielo | El laberinto del Minotauro | Scoop.it
Los glaciares son como animales salvajes. En la época preindustrial los temíamos como si fuesen lobos, unos lobos capaces de engullir pueblos enteros.

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The Newsroom 3.0's curator insight, December 5, 2013 4:28 AM

El impacto del cambio climático es palpable e inminente. National Geographic refleja las consecuencias de este problema a través de una serie de fotografías de diferentes glaciares en retroceso en todo el mundo. Aunque no es necesario irse muy lejos para comprobar esta realidad, los glaciares pirenaicos podrían haber desaparecido en 2070 (noticia:  http://www.elperiodicodearagon.com/noticias/aragon/los-glaciares-pirenaicos-podrian-desaparecer-en-torno-ano-2070_896854.html?fb_action_ids=10201678652722000&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582 )

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Mundo Islam Zaragoza

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The Newsroom 3.0's curator insight, January 9, 2014 4:15 PM

Para los musulmanes el día 01 de enero no tiene especial relevancia, ellos celebran un año nuevo el primer día del Muharram, que es como se llama al primer mes del calendario hegiriano.

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Las mejores redes sociales para lectores de libros

Las mejores redes sociales para lectores de libros | El laberinto del Minotauro | Scoop.it
Las redes sociales para lectores te ayudan a encontrar recomendaciones, dar tu opinión y conocer gente con los mismos gustos. Veamos las mejores.

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Trigital's curator insight, December 2, 2013 3:05 AM

La lectura deja de ser con estas redes sociales una actividad del individuo frente a las páginas de un libro. Las redes sociales para lectores ponen a los usuarios en contacto para compartir recomendaciones, críticas y opiniones.

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Call me an optimist, but the future of journalism isn't bleak

Call me an optimist, but the future of journalism isn't bleak | El laberinto del Minotauro | Scoop.it
Dan Gillmor: Even as today's major journalistic institutions struggle to adapt, media startups and investigative outlets carry the torch

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David Patton's curator insight, December 29, 2013 4:45 PM

In a few ways, notably the rising tide of crap of all kinds in media and the loss of some of the valuable journalism of the past, this is cause for deep worry. Yet there's plenty of reason for optimism, too: amid all the garbage, is more quality information than we've had access to before. Increasingly, the trick will be finding it.

Manuela Ramos Cacciatore's curator insight, December 29, 2013 4:55 PM

"I'm comfortable saying this: even if every one of today's major journalistic institutions disappeared, journalism would not".  Dan Gillmor

The Newsroom 3.0's curator insight, December 30, 2013 5:10 AM

We are optimistic too!

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Bruce Monro’s Fluorescent Light Tube Tepees

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The Tepees light installation by Bruce Monro shines brightly in the cool night air of Cheekwood, Tennessee’s botanical gardens and museum of art. The colorful array of semi-vertical fluorescent light tubes was discovered in a manner you may have never thought possible.

The story Bruce tells is: “The lighting technique used in Tepees was first discovered when Munro was looking for a way to keep his wife’s chickens safe from the foxes at their rural home in Wiltshire. A local farmer came to the rescue offering a solution in the guise of a device that combined an electric fence system with a redundant fluorescent lighting tube (one that has been spent). Years later Munro decided that tepee structures were the best composition for the fluorescent tubes. He was pleased with the result both formally and personally, for the mythic American West as depicted in films and TV had held his imagination as a boy growing up in England.”


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Mundo Islam Zaragoza : FÁTIMA, DIRECTORA DE LA ASOCIACIÓN AMASALAN, DE LA CASA DE LAS CULTURAS DE ZARAGOZA

Mundo Islam Zaragoza : FÁTIMA, DIRECTORA DE LA ASOCIACIÓN AMASALAN, DE LA CASA DE LAS CULTURAS DE ZARAGOZA | El laberinto del Minotauro | Scoop.it

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The Newsroom 3.0's curator insight, January 9, 2014 4:18 PM

Fátima, de origen argelino, llegó a España hace casi 15 años. Musulmana practicante, utiliza el velo o hiyab y cuenta en esta entrevista lo que para ella significa. Además habla de su labor como directora en la asociación Amasalan de la Casa de las culturas, y de la imagen de la mujer musulmana en España y más concretamente en Zaragoza, desde su experiencia.

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7 Metrics That Will Tell You If Your Blog Is Successful

7 Metrics That Will Tell You If Your Blog Is Successful | El laberinto del Minotauro | Scoop.it
How do you know if your blog is successful? Which metrics should you track when there are so many of them? Here are 7 key blog metrics, mostly from Google Analytics you can use to help measure and evaluate the success of your blog.

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