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All-Out War? #Iran vows 'immediate destruction' of #Israel if #Syria attacked

The likelihood of military strikes around Syria has put its neighbors on high alert, and as RT's Paula Slier reports, some worry it could be the catalyst for...

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Juan Carlos Hernandez's curator insight, August 31, 2013 2:19 AM

All-Out War? #Iran vows 'immediate destruction' of #Israel if #Syria attacked

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Explican cómo Dinamarca ha logrado ser el país menos corrupto ... - LaRed21

Explican cómo Dinamarca ha logrado ser el país menos corrupto ... - LaRed21 | edithfuenlabrada | Scoop.it
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Juan Luis Muñoz Velázquez's curator insight, February 23, 2013 9:14 PM

Artículo web de un periódico uruguayo.

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How to Create an Innovation Ecosystem

How to Create an Innovation Ecosystem | edithfuenlabrada | Scoop.it
The best ideas don't spring from individuals.

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What the Death of Google Reader REALLY Means | HubSpot

What the Death of Google Reader REALLY Means | HubSpot | edithfuenlabrada | Scoop.it

...The fact of the matter is, the way people consume information has fundamentally changed. And to tell you the truth, RSS readers were never going to be a mainstream tool for information consumption. Instead, they were a bridge technology -- a hold out until the social and mobile infrastructure could allow for a better set of tools.

 

The death of Google Reader isn't just about the retirement of yet another Google tool -- it represents a much larger shift in how people are consuming news and information. Information in a Social World The move by Google makes a lot of sense. While Google cited a decline in usage as the reason for Google Reader's retirement, it's pretty clear to us that if Google was ever going to make Google+ a success, it had to send Google Reader packing.

 

Although Google had previously gone through a period in which it created a seemingly endless flow of consumer applications and waited to see what stuck (anyone remember Google Wave?), now the search engine giant is reducing its products to a core list. And Google really needs Google+ to succeed for it to continue to evolve search in the long-term.

 

Today, the social graph is the killer app in information discovery. You know, like, and trust your social connections, and now you depend on them for information discovery. Although Google Reader served as one of the first news feeds for people to consume information, it has since been replaced by every social network that has its own news feed -- which enables you to discover new information in a way Google Reader never could....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 29, 2013 1:03 PM

HubSpot shares an interestesting POV on RSS demise.

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Illustrated Anatomy of Popular Disney Characters

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La Historia de las Cosas

Desde su extracción hasta su venta, uso y disposición, todas las cosas que hay en nuestras vidas afectan a las comunidades, y sin embargo la mayoría de todo ...

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A Mixed-Use Cultural Center in Koblenz, Germany

A Mixed-Use Cultural Center in Koblenz, Germany | edithfuenlabrada | Scoop.it

The project designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects started as a won competition for the redevelopment of the “Zentralplatz”. The program included approximately 20,000 sqm of retail space, urban functions and a 6,000 sqm square.


This separation of functions allows for two autonomous and highly functional buildings, which can develop long-term and independently. Because of the precise positioning of the buildings and their outline, the pedestrian flows are organized in an effective and logical way.  The combination of these different cultural institutions offers the chance to exploit the synergies between the various institutions.

The areas intertwined with escalators offer orientation points, divide the building and provide the interior with natural light. Above the stores are adjoining rooms and a parking lot organized around a central landscaped courtyard.


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Suecia (el Estado del Bienestar)

Es Suecia un referente en el modelo de Estado del bienestar? Mauricio Rojas nos desvela algunas claves.youtube.com

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Juan Luis Muñoz Velázquez's curator insight, February 23, 2013 9:20 PM

Video extraído de un noticiero español.

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Complex Adaptive Leadership

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Geoff Morton-Haworth's curator insight, February 19, 2013 12:17 PM

Useful frameworks and a thought-provoking video!

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UK Artist Makes ‘Star Wars’ Mosaics, One LEGO At a Time

UK Artist Makes ‘Star Wars’ Mosaics, One LEGO At a Time | edithfuenlabrada | Scoop.it

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Alien Xenomorph Embryo Plans its Escape

Alien Xenomorph Embryo Plans its Escape | edithfuenlabrada | Scoop.it

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FizX Entertainment's comment, March 31, 2013 7:42 AM
Cool