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Ways to learn

  1. 1. Ways to learn
  2. 2. Summary• Facebook• Wikipedia• Twitter• Blogger• Pb. Works• Wordpress• Second life• Picasa• Youtube• Google• Google plus
  3. 3. BLOGGER• Blogger is a service created by Pyra Labs to create and publish a blog online. The user does not have to write any code or installing server software or scripting. Accepted for Blogger blogs hosting your own server (Blogspot) or the server that you specify (FTP or SFTP) [edit] History of Blogger Launched in August 1999, is one of the first weblog publishing tools in lines and is credited for helping popularize the use of forms. More specifically, instead of writing HTML by hand and often raise new issues, you can publish your blog online by filling out a form on the Blogger website. This can be done by any browser and the results are immediate.
  4. 4. FACEBOOKSocial has received much attention in the blogosphereand Media to become a platform on which third partiescan develop applications and do business from theSocial Network.Launched in mid-2007 Versions in French, German andSpanish Arnoldo paragraph promote its expansionoutside the U.S., and yes its users concentrated in theU.S., Canada and Britain. In July 2010, Facebook has 500million members, and Translations 70 idiomas.1 InNovember 2011, reaching 800 million usuarios.2
  5. 5. WIKIPEDIAWikipedia is a multilingual encyclopedia librenota 2 andWikimedia Foundation (a nonprofit organization). His more than20 million articles in 282 languages ​and dialects have beendrafted jointly by volunteers from around the world, 3 andvirtually anyone with access can edit project4. Launched inJanuary 2001 by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger, 5 is the largestand most popular reference work in Internet.6 7 8 9Since its inception, Wikipedia has not only gained in popularity, isamong the 10 most popular websites in the world,, 9 10 but theirsuccess has led to the emergence of projects hermanos.11
  6. 6. TWITTERTwitter is a social network based on the microblogging, based in SanFrancisco (California), with branches in San Antonio (Texas) and Boston(Massachusetts) United States. Twitter, Inc. was originally created inCalifornia, but is under the jurisdiction of Delaware since 2007.9 SinceJack Dorsey created it in March 2006 and launched it in July of thatyear, the network has gained popularity worldwide and is estimated tohave more than 200 million users, generating 65 million tweets a day andhandles more than 800,000 search requests diarias.1 has been dubbedthe "SMS of Internet" .10The network allows you to send plain text messages, low size with amaximum of 140 characters called tweets, which are displayed on theusers home page. Users can subscribe to the tweets of other users
  7. 7. PB WORKSPBworks (formerly PBwiki [2]) is a commercial real-time collaborative editing(TCRE) system created by David Weekly, With Ramit Sethi and Nathan SchmidtShortly thereafter joining as co-founders. Based in San Mateo, California, [1]the companys original name stems from Their Belief That "making a wiki is aseasy as making a peanut butter sandwich". [3] The company Operates on afreemium basis, With basic features Being Offered for free and more advancedfeatures for a fee. [4]PBworks Investors include Mohr Davidow Ventures [5] and the SeraphGroup, as well as angel investors Ron Conway and Chris Yeh. [6]In June 2008 the company Hired Jim Groff, to become employee of OracleCorporation and Apple Inc., for its NEW CEO. David Weekly, the FormerCEO, STI Remains Chairman and Chief Product Officer. [1]
  8. 8. WordPressWordPress is a content management system focused on the creation ofblogs (web sites updated regularly). Developed in PHP and MySQL underthe GPL and modified code, is founder Matt Mullenweg. WordPress wascreated from b2/cafelog disappeared and has become next to MovableType in the most popular CMS blogosfera.2 The reasons for itstremendous growth include, among others, its license, its ease of useand features like content manager.Another reason to consider about your success and expansion is thehuge community of developers and designers, who are responsible fordevelopment in general or to create plugins and themes for thecommunity, being used as of August 2011 by 14.7% of all existing sites onthe Internet.
  9. 9. SecondLifeSecond Life (abbreviated as SL) is a metaverse released on June23, 2003, developed by Linden Lab, and is accessible free online.Users, known as "residents" can access SL through the use of one of themultiple interface programs called viewers (viewers), which allows them tointeract with each other through a well avatar.4 Residents can explore thevirtual world , interact with other residents, socialize, participate in variousactivities both individually and in groups and create and trade virtualproperty and services between them. SL is reserved for over 16 years.There is an alternative for people between 13 and 17 known as TeenSecond Life.
  10. 10. PICASAPicasa, Inc began as a digital photographycompany based in Pasadena (California), whichproduced the photo organizer program of thesame name, adapted or Microsoft Windowsversion of the original Apple iPhoto. In July2004, Google acquired Picasa andmade ​available to all, free, software Picasa.Parallel to the development of softwarePicasa, Google developed a web photo servicethrough the Web under the name ofPicasaweb. With the development of GooglePicasaweb Hello abandon the project, itsprevious photo publishing services webhanging still remains the main web page withthe note of farewell and equipment shutoffHello. [
  11. 11. YouTube• YouTube (IPA pronunciation [ju ː ː b]) is a website where users Tju can upload and share videos. It was created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005.4 In November 2006 Google Inc. acquired it for 1.65 billion dollars, and now operates as one of its subsidiaries. YouTube uses an online player based on Adobe Flash (although it can also be a HTML player that YouTube incorporated shortly after the W3C submission and that the major web browsers support the standard HTML5) to serve their content. It is very popular thanks to the possibility of hosting personal videos easily. Hosts a variety of movie clips, TV shows, music videos, despite rules against uploading videos to YouTube of copyright, this material exists in abundance, as well as amateur content such as videoblogs. Links to YouTube videos can also be placed on blogs and personal websites using the API or by embedding certain HTML code.
  12. 12. Google• Google Inc. is the owner of the trademark Google, whose main product is the search engine in Internet content the same name. The engine is the result of the doctoral thesis of Larry Page and Sergey Brin (two PhD students in Computer Science from Stanford University) to improve search on Internet. Coordination and advice were due to Mexican Hector Garcia Molina, director at the time Computer Systems Laboratory at the same University of Stanford.2 The domain "Google" was registered on September 15, 1997.3 Based on the project completed, Page and Brin founded the September 4, 1998, the company Google Inc., 4 which premieres on the Internet search engine following September 27 (considered the anniversary date). They had a server with 80 CPUs, and two routers HP.5 This search engine surpassed other more popular at the time, AltaVista, which was created in 1995.
  13. 13. Google +• Google + (pronounced and sometimes spelled Google Plus, sometimes abbreviated as G +) is a social network service run by Google Inc. The service launched on June 28, 2011, based on HTML5. Users must be over 18 years of age, 2 to create their own accounts. Google + integrates social services such as Google Profiles and Google Buzz, and introduces new services circles, there remained, Interest and Mensajes.3 Google + is also available as a desktop application and as a mobile application, but only in the Android OS and iOS. Sources such as The New York Times has declared major attempt to compete with Google social network Facebook, four which had over 750 million users in 2011.5 On September 20, 2011, Google enabled the creation of user accounts more than 18 years, with improvements in their areas of videoconferencias.