Edward Castronova: juegos e Internet - Emprendiendo Vuelo Hacia el Conocimiento Edward Castronova es profesor de Telecomunicaciones (Indiana University) y doctor en Ciencias Económicas (Wisconsin-Madison University). En su artículo para el libro “C@mbio” analiza el potencial que tiene actualmente el tándem Internet-juegos. ¿Es esta la combinación perfecta para potenciar el cambio cultural? 221 insultos en castellano que deberías saber El castellano es un idioma muy rico. Un hecho insólito si tenemos en cuenta que la mayoría de sus hablantes son, a día de hoy, mileuristas. Sin embargo, el español medio desconoce en gran medida una parte muy importante de nuestro extenso vocabulario. 10 Programming Languages You Should Learn in 2014 The tech sector is booming. If you've used a smartphone or logged on to a computer at least once in the last few years, you've probably noticed this. As a result, coding skills are in high demand, with programming jobs paying significantly more than the average position. Even beyond the tech world, an understanding of at least one programming language makes an impressive addition to any resumé. The in-vogue languages vary by employment sector. Financial and enterprise systems need to perform complicated functions and remain highly organized, requiring languages like Java and C#.
Ciencias Médicas y de la Salud - ¿Por qué la sangre es roja y no verde? Pregunta enviada por: Bastián Responde: Rodrigo Montefusco (c) Doctor en Ciencias Biomédicas Para responder la consulta, primero que nada debemos aclarar que la sangre está compuesta de dos partes; una formada por los elementos celulares, glóbulos rojos, glóbulos blancos y plaquetas, y la otra llamada plasma, compuesta fundamentalmente por agua y proteínas. De todos los elementos, los glóbulos rojos contribuyen a darle el color rojo característico a la sangre. Practicar la Innovación en el aula de hoy Sesión 1: Sensibilización Preferimos pasar a la acción en innovación: pensando en cómo acompañar a nuestros maestros para que practiquen la innovación en su aula de clase. Así nace el programa “Practicar la innovación en el aula de hoy” que estamos presentando dentro de la sección “Compartir Saberes”.
Home: Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century In 1994 the MIT Sloan School of Management launched a bold initiative in research and education called "Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century." The mission of the center was to not only understand emerging ways of working, but also to invent entirely new and more effective approaches and put them into practice. The genesis of the effort was found in a unique point in our history. Sweeping political, economic, social and especially technological transformations have created a fundamentally new era of business characterized by unprecedented complexity and rapid change during the 1990s. These sweeping changes have produced startling setbacks for what have been some of the world's most successful companies, and at the same time brought great opportunity for new types of organizations.
Kardashev scale The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring an advanced civilization's level of technological advancement. The scale is only theoretical and in terms of an actual civilization highly speculative; however, it puts energy consumption of an entire civilization in a cosmic perspective. It was first proposed in 1964 by the Soviet Russian astronomer Nikolai Kardashev.
The Commission on Wellbeing and Policy It is widely agreed that GDP is an important yet insufficient measure of national success. In an attempt to broaden the scope for public policy analysis, a lot of progress has been made on developing the measurement of individual wellbeing, but a lot remains to be done on how best to apply these data to policymaking. The Commission on Wellbeing and Policy works to fill this gap and explore how wellbeing analysis can be usefully applied to policy. Chaired by former UK Cabinet Secretary Lord O’Donnell, the Commission, which ran for approximately one year, produced a final report that illustrates the strengths and limitations of wellbeing analysis and provides original and authoritative guidance on the implications for public policy.
Scientix Innovation Plaza (Click for larger version.) The Innovation Plaza is a new initiative spearheaded by the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at the University of New Mexico (UNM). This program resulted from students at UNM and around the nation clamoring for more opportunities to see the topics presented in their engineering courses reinforced by physical demonstrations in a laboratory. Engineering students are often left to wonder about the “real world” applications of their studies and there are few, if any, opportunities to make connections to other disciplines.
Nick Lane Nick Lane (1967–) is a British biochemist and writer. Career Educated at Imperial College, London, he earned his PhD at the Royal Free Hospital Medical School in 1995 with a thesis entitled In vivo studies of ischaemia-reperfusion injury in hypothermically stored rabbit renal autograft. Forget The Wisdom of Crowds; Neurobiologists Reveal The Wisdom Of The Confident Way back in 1906, the English polymath Francis Galton visited a country fair in which 800 people took part in a contest to guess the weight of a slaughtered ox. After the fair, he collected the guesses and calculated their average which turned out to be 1208 pounds. To Galton’s surprise, this was within 1 per cent of the true weight of 1198 pounds. This is one of the earliest examples of a phenomenon that has come to be known as the wisdom of the crowd. The idea is that the collective opinion of a group of individuals can be better than a single expert opinion.
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