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Web Communication Plan – HÓ 2.0

December 22, 2010 Leave a comment

This is a post based on my report analyzing the Web Communication Plan of Alhóndiga Bilbao . It have explored and explained how this company uses its social network facilities, such as Facebook or Twitter, and how it manages and functions its own official web-site. I have chosen Alhóndiga Bilbao because of its HÓ 2.0 plan that seems to me quite appealing and complete.http://www.alhondigabilbao.com/redes-sociales

 

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Art History – Looking at Pictures

December 21, 2010 Leave a comment

As all the degrees involved in the creation of this blog would have an Art History subject next semester, I thought it would be useful to start to approach the topic. Specially for the people who never met the topic before, such as me. While we will be” trying to analyze the place of art in the lives of human beings and especially as they arose as expressions of each period of time and culture” as it is said in the courses program, we should have some sort of tools or basis to face the issues. This time I am recommending a book by Susan Woodford on how to succeed in getting an overall analysis of paintings “Looking at Pictures“. I hope it’s worthy to begin with.

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Privacy and Security Issues on Social Networks

December 17, 2010 Leave a comment

Privacy and security issues should be specially important for young people when social networking. Problems such as online reputation and privacy settings ought to be well discussed so as users have a clear idea of the consequences of the information posted. There have being several analysts working on that issues, this post is based in an article by Sonia Livingstone who explores teenagers’ practices of social networking in order to uncover the subtle connections between online opportunity and risk. Read more…

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