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After Post Truth, I share my Radical Digital Media Literacy website

I had the pleasure of attending the 2nd International Conference on Interface Politics, « After Post-Truth, » in Barcelona, Spain, November 28-30, 2018. Scores of speakers, hours of intensity, dark findings about seamless interfaces—even so, the experience was deeply replenishing for no reason more central than that there I was, in Spain no less, and in community with many many others, from around the world, all of us, paying attention. 1 382 mots de plus

Praxis

My VHS Archives: confessions from the field of queer feminist media praxis

Committed media praxis is a doing as much as it is a knowing. Queerness is a manner of being as much as it is a politics, theory, or set of modish objects. 342 mots de plus

Praxis

Codeando Unplugged con Cody Roby

Empezamos a codear unplugged con Cody Roby. CodyRoby es el nombre de un conjunto de juegos DIY (“Hazlo tú mismo”) que proporcionan una manera fácil de empezar a jugar con robots y programación a cualquier edad, sin necesidad de usar ordenadores, tabletas o móviles. 34 mots de plus

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User #821 signing off

About a month ago, I woke up and decided I wasn’t getting any value out of using Twitter.

In fact I was getting negative value – it just made me angry, upset and stressed out. 52 mots de plus

Nonsense

El uso de avatares en educación

Wikipedia estblece que: en Internet y otras tecnologías de comunicación modernas, se denomina avatar a una representación gráfica, que se asocia a un usuario para su identificación.

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Avatars in the English classroom

According to Wikipedia « in computing, an avatar is the graphical representation of the user or the user’s alter ego or character. An icon or figure representing a particular person in a video game, Internet forum, etc.

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Mediawatch: AI and the NZ media

RNZ Mediawatch on AI and the Media

https://adamsmith.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/mwatch-20180527-0908-ai_and_the_media_coming_-_ready_or_not-128.mp3

A machine that writes Mike Hosking opinion pieces was unveiled recently in Auckland. Just a gimmick, but artificial intelligence and machine learning are already at work in our media and could have a profound effect. 

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