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Writing systems, computers and people 2013.07.10 We have added a new tab to writing system and character pages to show grapheme and phoneme information. Currently we only have data for a handful of languages, such as Spanish; if you can help us by providing grapheme and phoneme data for a language, please get in touch! We have also improved the presentation of pages for retired language codes such as Wirangu (wiw). 2013.03.05 If you know the inventory of characters required by a particular writing system, we have a nice new interface for submitting that information. We have also added transliteration information for a number of scripts. The search function has been enhanced to ignore diacritics (so a search for 'Bete' will find 'Bété'). Writing systems, computers and people
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wikis to communicate with customers and other outsiders. Obtaining the benets and avoiding the risks of Hyperconnectivity will require unprecedented cooperation between CIOs and their business counterparts. It won’t be possible to ignore this new level of connectivity.Businesses can either embrace it and manage it carefully or,stand-by as it enters their enterprise, in a confusion of discon-nected deployments that squander the productivity and com-petitive advantage Hyperconnectivity could otherwise bring. We’ve all seen them from time to time. The hyperconnected Here They Come ! The hyperconnected Here They Come !
Beyond the Information Audit: Checking the health of an Organization's Information System Beyond the Information Audit: Checking the health of an Organization's Information System Information audit, needs assessment, knowledge inventory — all are names for a process that examines the secret life of information within an organization. Where does the information come from? Where does it go? How is it used? How transformed? Who keeps it?
Breu història de l\\\'ètica de la informació
compartir archivos compartir archivos Para enviar archivos grandes sin usar el email existen en la Web varios sites que prestan el servicio de alojamientos de archivos (files, ficheros) para aquellas personas que necesitan un archivo compartir con un colega o amigos y el archivo en cuestión es demasiado grande para mandarlo por el correo electrónico. Este servicio también se conoce con el nombre de servicios de descarga directa. Aunque desde hace muchos años existen herramientas para comprimir archivos, es conveniente recordar que el ratio de compresión depende del tipo de archivo que queramos comprimir. Por lo tanto no siempre es posible comprimir el fichero de tal manera que lo podamos mandar como adjunto de un email.
Exit - - Directorio de expertos en el tratamiento de la información
Observatorio de las Telecomunicaciones y la Sociedad de la Información
Tesis: Hipertexto el nuevo concepto de documento en la cultura de la imagen
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