Sobre la noción de excedente cognitivo, recomiendo la conferencia TED de Clay Shirky (junio 2010), el autor del concepto de cognitive surplus. Hugo Pardo Kuklinski • @Hugo_pardo

Sobre la noción de excedente cognitivo, recomiendo la conferencia TED de Clay Shirky (junio 2010), el autor del concepto de cognitive surplus. Hugo Pardo Kuklinski • @Hugo_pardo

http://www.ted.com/talks/clay_shirky_how_cognitive_surplus_will_change_the_world

http://www.ted.com/talks/clay_shirky_how_cognitive_surplus_will_change_the_world

While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay Shirky shows how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics.

While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay Shirky shows how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics.

Like the FREEDOM TO SHARE via sites like Pinterest, Facebook, Google, Wikipedia, Youtube, blogs, etc., too??? Then, before it's too late, you likely also want to see how these recently proposed laws may easily get them SHUT THEM DOWN from our use IN THE NEAR FUTURE!  We have to REMEMBER that FREEDOM DOESN'T COME AROUND FOR FREE, or in other words, without efforts to keep it protected.  So after this presentation viewing, FYI: One could use this link for quickly & easily contacting the U.S…

Like the FREEDOM TO SHARE via sites like Pinterest, Facebook, Google, Wikipedia, Youtube, blogs, etc., too??? Then, before it's too late, you likely also want to see how these recently proposed laws may easily get them SHUT THEM DOWN from our use IN THE NEAR FUTURE! We have to REMEMBER that FREEDOM DOESN'T COME AROUND FOR FREE, or in other words, without efforts to keep it protected. So after this presentation viewing, FYI: One could use this link for quickly & easily contacting the U.S…

Clay Shirky on information overload versus filter failure

Clay Shirky on information overload versus filter failure

❛Clay Shirky❜ TED@State 2009: "How cellphones, Twitter, Facebook can make history" ~ "While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay Shirky shows how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics."

❛Clay Shirky❜ TED@State 2009: "How cellphones, Twitter, Facebook can make history" ~ "While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay Shirky shows how Facebook, Twitter and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes to report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics."

Web 2.0 Expo NY: Clay Shirky (shirky.com) It's Not Information Overload. It's Filter Failure.

Web 2.0 Expo NY: Clay Shirky (shirky.com) It's Not Information Overload. It's Filter Failure.

Clay Shirky looks at "cognitive surplus" -- the shared, online work we do with our spare brain cycles. While we're busy editing Wikipedia, posting to Ushahidi (and yes, making LOLcats), we're building a better, more cooperative world.

Clay Shirky looks at "cognitive surplus" -- the shared, online work we do with our spare brain cycles. While we're busy editing Wikipedia, posting to Ushahidi (and yes, making LOLcats), we're building a better, more cooperative world.

DISPATCH: "How social media can make history." Clay Shirky, adjunct professor in New York Universityʼs graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program, argues in this 2009 TED talk that the history of the modern world could be rendered as the history of ways of arguing, where changes in media change what sort of arguments are possible — with deep social and political implications. More than 1,555,000 views.

DISPATCH: "How social media can make history." Clay Shirky, adjunct professor in New York Universityʼs graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program, argues in this 2009 TED talk that the history of the modern world could be rendered as the history of ways of arguing, where changes in media change what sort of arguments are possible — with deep social and political implications. More than 1,555,000 views.

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