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Jornada con jóvenes : ins@fe : safer internet day Spain’s Safer Internet Centre (SIC) is coordinated by PROTEGELES, in partnership with the Information Security Centre of Catalonia, CESICAT. The main goal of this partnership is to ensure a wider coverage for the national SIC and a strong presence in Spain’s two most important cities: Madrid and Barcelona. Find out more: A key objective of PROTÉGELES and CESICAT is to raise the awareness of children and young people of safe and responsible use of online technologies in order to avoid harmful content, contact and conduct.

Online, Social, and Mobile: The future of the video games industry Introduction: A fundamental shift Figure 1 shows the remarkable transformation that the industry has gone through in the last 10 to 15 years. The advent of online, social and mobile gaming has opened up the gaming industry to a much wider audience beyond the traditional target group of ‘hardcore’ gamers. Traditional video games continue to thrive (note that in November 2010, Activision’s Call of Duty Black Ops grossed an impressive USD 650 million within the first 5 days of launch and Microsoft's next generation controller, Kinect, sold 25 million units within 25 days); only that they now represent a part of a larger ecosystem. We live in a world where nearly everybody plays games. We argue that it is this central shift that is leading to a radically larger pie.

Rebecca Solnit · Diary: In the Day of the Postman · LRB 29 August 2013 In or around June 1995 human character changed again. Or rather, it began to undergo a metamorphosis that is still not complete, but is profound – and troubling, not least because it is hardly noted. When I think about, say, 1995, or whenever the last moment was before most of us were on the internet and had mobile phones, it seems like a hundred years ago. Letters came once a day, predictably, in the hands of the postal carrier. News came in three flavours – radio, television, print – and at appointed hours. Some of us even had a newspaper delivered every morning.

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