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The Internet Revolution's Impact on the Human Brain & Society » IAI TV

The Internet Revolution's Impact on the Human Brain & Society » IAI TV | Tecnología y sociedad | Scoop.it
The internet revolution is rewiring the human brain and society altogether. Is it the beginnings of a new digital intellectual culture or the dawn of a dark age?
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The Emergence of the Digital Humanities

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You can now read the Introduction at the publisher’s Website. Below is chapter 1 in its entirety:
THE EMERGENCE OF THE DIGITAL HUMANITIES Steven E. Jones 1 EVERSION “ Cyberspace, not so long ago, was...

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Chapter 1 of Steven E. Jones' book "The Emergence of the Digital Humanities" (Routledge, 2013)

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RSA Animate - The Internet in Society: Empowering or Censoring Citizens?

Does the internet actually inhibit, not encourage democracy? In this new RSA Animate, Evgeny Morozov presents an alternative take on 'cyber-utopianism' - the...


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‘El desengaño de internet’ de Evgeny Morozov

‘El desengaño de internet’ de Evgeny Morozov | Tecnología y sociedad | Scoop.it
Justo ahora que hasta los más apolillados y luditas están empezando a acoger Internet, las redes sociales y hasta la aldea global con cierto entu...

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Internetfobia, de Manuel Castells en La Vanguardia | Caffe Reggio | Periodismo de opinión

OBSERVATORIO GLOBAL Los grandes cambios tecnológicos siempre han infundido pavor a los humanos, al tiempo que los han asumido y usado para cambiar su existencia y modificar la tecnología mediante
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Yes, I digital! Jóvenes Investigadores en Humanidades Digitales: un Manifiesto

Yes, I digital! Jóvenes Investigadores en Humanidades Digitales: un Manifiesto | Tecnología y sociedad | Scoop.it

lanzado en junio pasado desde las salas del Instituto Histórico Alemán de París con intención de apelar a especialistas de toda Europa. El manifiesto está abierto a nuevas adhesiones, y pienso que ofrece aspectos interesantes para la reflexión sobre cómo el mundo digital está afectando las formas de crear y difundir conocimiento en Historia y otras disciplinas próximas, desde el punto de vista de los investigadores más jóvenes. Lo ofrezco en traducción libre; en el enlace al final de este post pueden consultarse las versiones originales inglesa y alemana.


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The Internet Revolution Is Sociology, Not Technology

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Alexander Bard is crystal clear about it: The Internet revolution is about sociology, not technology. Get the insights here.

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Redes sociales y trasplantes, una relación de gran éxito

Redes sociales y trasplantes, una relación de gran éxito | Tecnología y sociedad | Scoop.it
Intensas campañas virales en Twitter y Facebook, tales como #MédulaParaMateo, están demostrando el éxito de la relación entre redes sociales y trasplantes.

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Is open government a bad thing?

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Three items here. First a summary of Evgeny Morozov’s treatment of Tim O’Reilly as the bogeyman that distorted “open government” into a dystopia. Amidst the mischaracterisations and polarization features that are the hallmark of Morozov’s interventions, there lies a good point that standard open government approaches may be too reformist and simplyfying. But I fundamentally disagree that because open government and transparency are not sufficient, they are ‘bad’ things, on the contrary, they are necessary building blocks for more fundamental changes. Nothing good can be borne out of ignorance and secret government data. Openness and transparency are the very conditions for civic participation. As they say: necessary but not sufficient.

 


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