Tag Archives: web3.0

Linking data in the Tweetsphere

For  a couple of weeks I’ve been twitting (and tweeting) more than usual, because

  1. I’m helping in both Transket‘s and Natouring‘s communication campaigns
  2. I’m trying to understand better when (and how) to use Facebook,  FriendFeed, Delicious, Yammer or Twitter (I also blog and wiki, but these I know when and how).
  3. I’m introducing my students into Twitter, after having introduced them into CiteULike, Delicious; before we go into FriendFeed and GoogleReader. (I’m sorry I’ve given up Twine and Gnoss for the moment; interesting but not fluent). Continue reading

Predicting the next 5,000 days of the web

As the starting point for the first year Filologia course in Deusto, I have selected Kevin Kelly’s video from his talk at the 2007 EG conference in which he gives a personal but well authorized view of the Web. It has been very illustrative for me and I hope it will also be for my students, so I will ask them to view it and make comments.  



I have collected a number of posts which can give some isnpiration: