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History of the Internet

History of the Internet

Many Eyes: Obama's Inaugural Address I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you have bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I thank President Bush for his service to our nation, as well as the generosity and cooperation he has shown throughout this transition. Forty-four Americans have now taken the presidential oath. So it has been. That we are in the midst of crisis is now well understood. These are the indicators of crisis, subject to data and statistics. Today I say to you that the challenges we face are real. On this day, we gather because we have chosen hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord. On this day, we come to proclaim an end to the petty grievances and false promises, the recriminations and worn-out dogmas, that for far too long have strangled our politics. ...

Qu’est-ce que le modèle OAIS ? L’OAIS est un modèle conceptuel pour l’archivage de documents (numériques en particulier). Cela signifie qu’il constitue une référence décrivant dans les grandes lignes les fonctions, les responsabilités et l’organisation d’un système qui voudrait préserver de l’information, en particulier des données numériques, sur le long terme. Le long terme est défini comme suffisamment long pour être soumis à l’impact des évolutions technologiques, c’est à dire, pour ce qui concerne le document numérique, très court en fait. L’OAIS a été défini au départ dans le domaine aérospatial, par le CCSDS qui est l’organisme de normalisation de ce domaine. Que fait / ne fait pas l’OAIS ? Ce que fait l’OAIS : Ce qu’il ne fait pas : Les grands principes du modèle peuvent être décrits par un schéma simple (mais également par un schéma compliqué si on veut ;-) cf. ci-dessus (cliquer sur l'image pour agrandir). Les paquets Les missions d’une archive OAIS L’organisation Migrations, émulations Et après ?

Sentido del Desarrollo en el siglo XXI Intute - Virtual Training Suite "this is rafah": cartografía crítica de la frontera de Egipto y Gaza | [ecosistema urbano] blog This is rafah : Cartografía crítica de la ciudad dividida de Rafah en la frontera de Egipto y Gaza, donde un sistema clandestino de túneles constituye una parte de la linea de la vida para 1,5 millones de palestinos sometidos a un bloqueo y asedio brutal. Es así como su autor, nuestro amigo ( www.hackitectura.net ), define su nuevo proyecto de cartografía en Rafah: un símbolo de . Con este proyecto Pablo quiere desarrollar un estudio sobre una realidad en marcha, que pretende contribuir a convertir esta ciudad (Rafah) en un símbolo, al igual que el muro de Berlín o la frontera de Tijuana (entre México y Estados Unidos)”. La diferencia entre esta cartografía y la convencional reside en que esta pretende reflejar los hechos históricos y socioeconómicos, los dispositivos de control en las fronteras y las acciones para romperla. El proyecto seguirá desarrollándose en un taller de la ciudad española de , a final de enero, junto al profesor , de la Universidad de Sevilla. www.meipi.org/rafah

Introducing the MySpace Open Platform and MySpaceID - MySpace Developer Team Greetings Developers, Yesterday, for the first time, we detailed out the framework for all open initiatives at MySpace through a new blueprint called the ‘MySpace Open Platform.’ The primary components of the MySpace Open Platform include: (1) Application Platform, (2) MySpaceID (Formerly Data Availability), (3) Post-To MySpace. Secondly, we announced two new MySpaceID (formerly Data Availability) global partners Vodafone and Netvibes—both of which are now building their implementations for MySpaceID. Connect MySpace profile data to partner sites (Now available) Find MySpace friends on a partner site (Now available) Register on partner sites using their MySpace URL Publish activities from partner sites to MySpace Syndicate activities on MySpace to partner sites Lastly, we announced our support of Google Friend Connect as a component of MySpaceID. Max

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Keeping Found Things Found Much of our lives is spent in the finding of things. Find a car that's just right for you. Or a house. Find your dream job. Find your dream mate. But, once found, what then? As with other things, so it is with our information. This is what "keeping found things found" ("KFTF" for short) is all about.

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