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A tree of dew. The Web’s third frontier. Everyone realizes that the web is entering a new phase in its development.

The Web’s third frontier

One indication of this transition is the proliferation of attempts to explain the changes that are occurring. Functional explanations emphasize the real time web, collaborative systems and location-based services. Technical explanations argue that the interconnectivity of data is the most significant current development. They consider the web’s new frontiers to be closely related to the semantic web or the “web of things”. Although these explanations are both pertinent and intriguing, none of them offers an analytical matrix for assessing the developments that are now underway.

First steps

Pearltres Beta. Pearltrees 1.0. Pearltrees 2.0. More stories. The Glass Bead Game. The Glass Bead Game (German: Das Glasperlenspiel) is the last full-length novel of the German author Hermann Hesse.

The Glass Bead Game

It was begun in 1931 and published in Switzerland in 1943 after being rejected for publication in Germany due to Hesse's anti-Fascist views.[1] A few years later, in 1946, Hesse went on to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. In honoring him in its Award Ceremony Speech, the Swedish Academy said that the novel "occupies a special position" in Hesse's work.[2] "Glass Bead Game" is a literal translation of the German title, but the book has also been published under the title Magister Ludi, Latin for "Master of the Game", which is an honorific title awarded to the book's central character. "Magister Ludi" can also be seen as a pun: lud- is a Latin stem meaning both "game" and "school".

However, the title Magister Ludi is misleading, as it implies the book is a straightforward bildungsroman.


  1. sebcabeau Jun 25 2012
    Bravo pour les nouvelles fonctionalitées photo et notes ! Félicitations pour ce site magnifique !
  2. Patrice Sep 3 2010
    Si, si tu peux, il suffit de clicker sur copier dans la fenêtre de la perle. Cela vaut aussi pour les pearltrees: tu peux faire des duplicats pour créer toute sort de chemin à l'intérieur de ton compte
  3. flechoux Sep 3 2010
    Hello, je viens seulement de remarquer qu'on ne pouvait pas perler un même contenu dans 2 pearltrees différentes... il serait bien de pouvoir...
  4. luman Jul 24 2010
    Je vous invite à vous connecter sur ma perle The Perlers of luman et suivre leclown. Très intéressant! Bonne journée à tous!
  5. Patrice Jun 3 2010
    En attendant, la version 0.7.1 vient d'être mise en ligne. Une mise à jour de la 0.7 qui t'intéressera j'espère! Tous les détails sont sur le blog
  6. Patrice Jun 3 2010
    Toujours... Il devrait d'ailleurs très bientôt sortir des cartons :-)
  7. flechoux Jun 3 2010
    Toujours dans les cartons le projet de Private Pearltrees? Je commence à réellement trouver le besoin pour l'outil mais ne peux pas tout y partager...
  8. Patrice Dec 14 2009
    you can shortcut to one of your pearltree (or even pearl) by making a copy of it in your own account -> see copy in the pearltrees' window
  9. kae Dec 1 2009
    im loving this app, but i would like a way of tagging a pearl within a pearltree (that ive grabbed from some else for example) so i can keep the pearltree 'as is' rather than dragging it away from the related pearls... (because i like what is in there but it might be buried beneath many layers... (tagging or shortcutting?) thanks
  10. ratrace Nov 25 2009
    OK, that's on a faster timescale than i dreamt of , thanks :-)