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  • NEW ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR ANINTERNET-CENTRIC WORLD#02 STATE OF THE INTERNET
  • WHAT’S THE REAL COST OF SOCIALMEDIA. FOCUS, 2010.
  • HEADLINES - INTERNET. THE DAILY SHOW, 2006.
  • THE REVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET IN 1993.
  • “Its funny how a device created to talk with people around theworld, share philosophy, culture, news and more, turned into adevice used to look at pictures of funny cats, laughing babies,videos of people getting hit in the balls, and porno.”
  • B 2.0 WE THE AWESOME EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET. B 1.0 GRASSHOPPER GROUP,WE 2011.
  • THE WEB IS DEAD. LONG LIVE THE INTERNET. WIRED, 2010.
  • THE GEOSOCIAL UNIVERSE. JESS3, 2010.
  • PLACES. FACEBOOK.
  • GETGLUE. ADAPTIVEBLUE, Inc.
  • THE 2010 SOCIAL NETWORKING MAP. FLOWTOWN, 2010.
  • CHICKS RULE! DAVID MCCANDLESS, 2009.
  • MY MOM IS ON FACEBOOK? FLOWTOWN, 2010.
  • THROUGH THE GENERATIONS. SITEJABBER, 2011.
  • DECLARACIÓN DE INDEPENDENCIA DEL CIBERESPACIO.JOHN PERRY BARLOW, 1996.
  • A meme is an idea, behavior or style that spreads from personto person within a culture.A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols orpractices, which can be transmitted from one mind to anotherthrough writing, speech, gestures, rituals or other imitablephenomena.Supporters of the concept regard memes as culturalanalogues to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate andrespond to selective pressures.
  • TWITTER GLOBAL MIND. ROCKETBOOM, 2009
  • Battles currently happening in TechThe Battle over Tablets (Kindle Fire)
  • Current Emerging TrendsWeb 3.0MobileTransmedia StorytellingCloudSoftware
  • Current TrendsLocationCurationSocialGamificationCrowdsourcingValidationTransparencyRAKs
  • NEW ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR ANINTERNET-CENTRIC WORLD#02 STATE OF THE INTERNET