On Blogging Well reading On Writing Well by William Zinsser -Principles-

-Not so- off topic introduction (It doesnt talk about Blogging yet) We don’t talk about Blogging… yet. One of the masterworks in modern Language Philosophy, maybe my favorite is H P Grice’s work about how communication occurs when ‘speaking to an audience’. Grice extracted some conditions to assure it is effective almost 30 years ago (1989, Studies in […]

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Descartes, Google and Wikipedia

Descartes, considered rationalism’s father, was tormented trying to discover what was true and what a mere speculation. The same as we do when looking for something on the Internet anyway. He needed a good bunch of justifications and reasonings. There are 3 chapters of the “Discours de la Méthode” before getting the well known Cogito ergo sum, aka […]

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Meetamattician: Soul for the disperse and the diverse.

It’s just a question of following the right people. For instance, Karen Alma. I found a Matt Mullemnberg quote about distributed working (even if there are some opinions postulating this should be called disperse, that changes essentially nothing here) by reading her blog. In a world where at offices, everyone has headphones on and stares […]

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Postmodern Narrative in Bourdieu, ‘The reproduction’

Bourdieu is that guy who sometimes speaks about pedagogy or education, the same man who researched about Algeria Anthropology and even wrote articles about the economy. The book he presented with Passeron, ‘La reproduction’, should be included in the top books about education. This book is amazing because of what it says and, even more, […]

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Los valores de Buffer, de https://open.bufferapp.com/buffer-values/

#BufferCulture2Learning: A toolbox to enforce horizontal emancipatory learning communities’ culture.

Buffer is an amazing social tool. But Buffer has something even better: the buffer  culture. Buffer teams are postfordist and distributed (dispersed, to be more precise) and they are determined to act in a canonically transparent incomparable way. Sound awesome? It is. They have assessed the Buffer culture in 10 values to rule this globally-spread team with a common goal.

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4 things 12-year-old kids want in a Web App.

Again, I’m discussing a 12-year-old kids questionnaire at IES Ribera del Duero. So what does this study tell us about children’s Internet participation? What do they appreciate in an application / web page to participate in it? We gave the interviewed kids the following options to be answered with a value from 1 to 10: […]

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