An interactive series of maps show possible new additions to the world's list of independent nations.
Come si fa a non stare dalla parte dei lavoratori dell'Alcoa? Non è certo colpa dei salari operai se la multinazionale americana sta chiudendo alcuni stabilimenti non solo in Sardegna, ma in Europa (d
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A new wave of robots is replacing workers in both manufacturing and distribution.
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I realize there was an earlier study that says Wikipedia is no worse than Britannica, but does Britannica have a culture of amateurs holding the keys on what is included and what is omitted, or is the approach far more scholarly and professional?
Quintadicopertina è una casa editrice fondata nel 2010 da Fabrizio Venerandi [qua il suo blog] e Maria Cecilia Averame [qua il suo blog].
Publisher 2.0 and the future of the book publishing industry - Christopher S. Penn Marketing Blog
By repairing old bikes to donate them to the needy, creating a local tool library, turning abandoned land into a skate park and other creative projects, these do-it-yourselfers are building the change they want to see in the world.
Listen up ZDNet readers, Cellrox has the solution for your conversion to a BYOD model.
This Global Legal Monitor article by Peter Roudik covering Communications was published on December 30, 2011 for Belarus
The interest on big data and open data is understandably growing all over the world. The combination of several technology innovations, in areas like social media, cloud computing, analytics, offer scenarios that we could hardly imagine in the past. And the trend toward greater transparency and openness that is being championed by many governments and
The battle over budget cuts may gut the U.S. government's effort to make information more widely available.
When I speak with many policymakers about their vision for education in 2025 as it relates to the use of technology, what I often hear is a description of new sets of gadgets and cool electronic things in schools.
These sorts of visions are important to contemplate, especially where they may help challenge our conceptions (and preconceptions) of what it possible -- or even likely. But in the end they resemble more of a wish-list of items that can be purchased to rebuild and reimagine the architecture of a school or classroom than a vision for what students should be learning, and how, and how others can support them in this process.
If costs weren't an issue, what would you be seeking to do with technology to support learning? Would this change your perspective on the role of ICTs from what it is now?
It's day two at the Code for America Training. Before we can find new kinds of solutions, it's imperative we understand how cities work now, how to champion...
I dati appena rilasciati dal ministero mostrano un quadro molto netto: diminuiscono le iscrizioni all'Università. Quasi settemila matricole in meno rispetto all'anno scorso. Potrebbe sembrare un picco
Economists are pointing to Japan, which has been trapped in low growth and deflation, as a dark vision of the future for the West.
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