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Così l’Air Force USA trasforma gli aerei in router wireless

L'ancora di salvataggio di Pirate Bay. HTML5 and the ArcGIS Platform - Thinking about HTML5? With the steady growth in smart mobile devices and with increasing support of the HTML5 standard by modern web browsers, interest in HTML5 is clearly on the rise. Webinar Recording Recorded: July 4, 2013 (32 minutes) HTML5-based web and mobile mapping technology has evolved to a point that organizations are leveraging the HTML5 standard and associated technology to provide ready access to spatial data like never before.

HTML5 and the ArcGIS Platform - Thinking about HTML5? With the steady growth in smart mobile devices and with increasing support of the HTML5 standard by modern web browsers, interest in HTML5 is clearly on the rise.

As well as delivering straightforward, easy-to-use public access to maps via smartphones, tablets, and desktop web browsers without plug-ins, web mapping development platforms like Geocortex are now being deployed in parallel with Esri's ArcGIS platform to help organizations collect and edit data in the field—including in remote and offline environments. Using examples and principles associated with the spatial application infrastructure developed by Latitude Geographics, this webinar will explore how organizations are starting to leverage new development possibilities introduced by the ongoing evolution of web standards.

Worldcams. Noosquest. Friends & links W0W0W0W.

HADOPI in Francia

Infoprodotti. Social networks, Curiosità & News. Come viene usato internet nel mondo? Una ricerca dai numeri impressionanti: 46 paesi rilevati, ottenendo un database pari a 50.000 interviste che corrisponde all’88% della popolazione mondiale.

Come viene usato internet nel mondo?

Curiosità web generali. News e aggiornamenti TECNO. News sui servizi Web. The Most Detailed, GIF-Based Map Of The Internet Was Made By Hacking 420,000 Computers. Real-time Web Monitor. Cosa significa "Big Data" 100 Websites To See Before You Die (Part 1) - Page 2. Shape the Hive What are humans, really, but so many bees, buzzing away?

100 Websites To See Before You Die (Part 1) - Page 2

That’s the question (we think) asked by Shape The Hive, a visual “experiment in digital collaboration.” In more concrete terms, Shape The Hive is a massive, color-coded hex grid, where anyone can use a sort of virtual kaleidoscope to fill in hexes with distorted images or videos. It’s fun to have a look around, and easy if you’re inclined to participate, so have a look. Get The Glass We’re not the biggest fans of blurring the line between advertisement and gaming, but we’re willing to make exceptions in two instances: 1) When it comes to frosty, delicious milk. 2) When the game in question is a beautifully imagined and well thought-out virtual board game, with graphics that still look amazing three years after the fact. Good sites _ useful webistes (+ yahoo answer.eng) Internet. Is the Personalization of the Web Making Us Dumber? As a Mashable reader, you’re probably well-aware that Facebook’s News Feed and Google’s search results adjust based on your behavior and demonstrated preferences.

Is the Personalization of the Web Making Us Dumber?

But are these and the web’s other algorithms making us collectively uninformed as a society? That’s the argument that Eli Pariser, the former executive director of MoveOn.org, made in a TED talk on Thursday in Long Beach, California. Pariser started his talk by noting a trend he saw on Facebook. Over time, he said, the conservative friends he had started following to ensure a diverse set of viewpoints (Pariser describes himself as “progressive” politically) gradually started disappearing. As he would soon discover, that was a result of him clicking far more frequently on the links posted by his more liberal friends.

This “invisible algorithmic editing of the web,” as Pariser describes it, “moves us to a world where the Internet shows us what it thinks we need to see, but not what we should see.” What do you think? I think so Every Day !!

OuterNet

Freenet. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.

Freenet

Freenet. History[edit] The origin of Freenet can be traced to Ian Clarke's student project at the University of Edinburgh, which he completed as a graduation requirement in the Summer of 1999.[9][10][11] Ian Clarke's resulting unpublished report "A distributed decentralized information storage and retrieval system" (1999) provided foundation for the seminal paper written in collaboration with other researchers, "Freenet: A Distributed Anonymous Information Storage and Retrieval System" (2001).[12][13] According to CiteSeer, it became one of the most frequently cited computer science articles in 2002.[14] The distributed data store of Freenet is used by many third-party programs and plugins to provide microblogging and media sharing,[16] anonymous, decentralised version tracking,[17] blogging,[18] a generic web of trust for decentralized spam resistance,[19] Shoeshop for using Freenet over Sneakernet,[20] and many more.

Freenet

Features and user interface of the Freenet[edit] Content[edit] Network[edit] The Freenet Project - /index. Usenet. A diagram of Usenet servers and clients.

Usenet

The blue, green, and red dots on the servers represent the groups they carry. Arrows between servers indicate newsgroup group exchanges (feeds). Hyperlink. The p1r47world guide. Storia di internet.