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REISearch2017-Methodologies-Technologies-Ethics-SocialNetworkAnalysys-DataExtraction-Visualizations. Next Generation Internet Initiative. Efecto Airnbnb en Donostia. 10 usuarios, el 1,4% del total, ofrecen 1.119 plazas de alojamiento, el 24,6%. 20 usuarios, el 2,9% del total, ofrecen 1.495 plazas de alojamiento, el 32,8%. 50 usuarios, el 7,2% del total, ofrecen 1.958 plazas de alojamiento, el 43%. 100 usuarios, el 14,4% del total, ofrecen 2.392 plazas de alojamiento, el 52,5%.

Efecto Airnbnb en Donostia

Los top 10 antifriones de Donostia En el gráfico inferior podemos ver quienes son los 10 anfitriones con más número de anuncios listados en Airbnb Donostia. Se puede ver una comparativa entre el número de alojamientos y de plazas que ofrecen los anfitriones Top10. Top 10 por número de anuncios. GitHub - montera34/airbnb.donostia: Informe web sobre el efecto de Airbnb en Donostia. Journal of Design and Science. Antidisciplinary - Joi Ito's Web. One of the first words that I learned when I joined the Media Lab was "antidisciplinary.

Antidisciplinary - Joi Ito's Web

" It was listed an a requirement in an ad seeking applicants for a new faculty position. Interdisciplinary work is when people from different disciplines work together. An antidisciplinary project isn't a sum of a bunch of disciplines but something entirely new - the word defies easy definition. But what it means to me is someone or something that doesn't fit within traditional academic discipline­­­-a field of study with its own particular words, frameworks, and methods. Most academics are judged by how many times they have published in prestigious, peer-reviewed journals. The Media Lab focuses on "uniqueness, impact and magic. " The kind of scholars we are looking for at the Media Lab are people who don't fit in any existing discipline either because they are between--or simply beyond--disciplines.

Disobedience VS Transgression – Salvatore Iaconesi – Medium. A few days ago, the Disobedience Award was launched by MIT’s Media Lab.

Disobedience VS Transgression – Salvatore Iaconesi – Medium

The prize will collect people’s submissions about exemplary acts of civil disobedience which have brought benefit to society by supporting the principles of non-violence, creativity, courage and responsibility, and will award 250 thousand dollars to the one which is deemed to be the most significant, according to the opinion of a jury. It is only apparently peculiar for an institution such as MIT to deal with the topic of Disobedience. If we look closely, we will find many hints of why MIT would deal with such a theme. In this sense, Joichi “Joi” Ito’s approach is exemplary. Joi Ito is the director of the MIT Media Lab, and has been the Chairman of Creative Commons and a serial entrepreneur and activist who has been part of some of the Web’s most interesting operations. Joi Ito is not new to the theme. In 2016 this approach has led to the creation of JoDS, the Journal of Design and Sciences. Let’s analyze it. To Obey. La tecnología si importa … o sobre Slack y la cultura de equipo.

Slack es una herramienta aparentemente simple: un sistema de chat pensado para equipos que permite múltiples canales, compartir documentos y conectarse con otras aplicaciones.

La tecnología si importa … o sobre Slack y la cultura de equipo

Pero a la vez es la startup más excitante para los insiders de Silicon Valley según esta encuesta de The Atlantic, e incluso se especula con que podría acabar matando a Facebook (aunque también es cierto que The Atlantic, una revista que no se ocupa especialmente por la tecnología, parece haber encontrado en Slack su tema techie favorito). Hace unos días Nature explicaba como usan Slack los científicos prestando especial atención a un equipo de genetistas que han dejado prácticamente de usar el correo electrónico para intercambiar unos 500 mensajes en Slack por día … con un aumento drástico en la eficiencia de la comunicación.

Mi propia experiencia va en esa dirección. Il Terzo Infoscape: dati, informazioni e saperi nella città. Engines of Change: What Civic Tech Can Learn from Social Movements. Building a Civic Tech Sector to Last — Positive Returns. Building a Civic Tech Sector to Last Design Principles to Generate a Civic Tech Movement Over the last few years we have seen growing recognition of the potential of “civic tech,” or the use of technology that “empowers citizens to make government more accessible, efficient and effective (definition provided in “Engines of Change”)”.

Building a Civic Tech Sector to Last — Positive Returns

One commentator recently described “civic tech as the next big thing.” At the same time, we are yet to witness a true tech-enabled transformation of how government works and how citizens engage with institutions and with each other to solve societal problems. In many ways, civic tech still operates under the radar screen and often lacks broad acceptance.

The “Engines of Change” report written for Omidyar Network by Purpose seeks to provide an answer to these questions in the context of the United States. Given the new insights gained from the report, how to move forward? As every engineer knows, building engines requires a set of basic design principles. Civic Graph.