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Edad Oscura

December 28, 2010 Leave a comment

La Edad Oscura de Gran Bretaña es un periodo que comenzó con la caída del Imperio Romano. La escasez de documentación histórica propició que las grandes leyendas inglesas fuesen ubicadas en esta era de caos. Read more…

Categories: History

Alhóndiga de Bilbao

December 22, 2010 Leave a comment

La Alhóndiga de Bilbao, uno de los edificios más representativos para la ciudadanía bilbaína fue edificada entre 1905 y 1909 por el arquitecto Ricardo Bastida. La Alhóndiga, que ocupa una manzana entera en el centro de la ciudad de Bilbao, fue construida con la finalidad de almacén y, aunque estuvo clausurada durante largo tiempo, ha sido transformada en un moderno centro de ocio, cultura y deporte gracias a la imaginación del francés Philippe Starck. Read more…

Categories: Web Communication


December 20, 2010 2 comments

Fue a principios del IV milenio cuando aparecieron los primeros focos culturales, las primeras civilizaciones de la humanidad. Estas comunidades culturales pueden ser identificadas con los nombres de los valles fluviales que las albergaron: la civilización del valle del Nilo, la del valle del Éufrates y la del valle del Indo. Del mismo modo, en los alrededores de estas grandes civilizaciones aparecieron lo que podríamos llamar “civilizaciones satélites” tales como la civilización Hitita y la Urartea. Read more…

Categories: History

Social Networks Influence

December 20, 2010 Leave a comment

Social Networks are invading our daily life and expanding our frontiers. At the threshold of the twenty-first century, people all over the world were getting used to the notion of email, which soon came to replace, almost completely, the more traditional pen and paper. At the same time, the virtual spaces of chat rooms and instant messaging applications were establishing themselves as new means of socialization.

Just a few years ago, before the advent of YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc. an influential blogger could reach dozens, hundreds, perhaps even thousands of readers if the blog was popular enough. Today that same blogger is usually wired into a variety of tools and networks to spread their shared media, so their message is disseminated much, much further with every keystroke.

In a matter of seconds, with a single click on Facebook, our bewildered faces can reach not just the other side of the world, as was the case with e-mail, but millions of people, all together, all at the same time. On 26 June 2009, the Iranian authorities blocked the international press from operating openly in Iran. The Iranian people relied on Twitter to narrate their struggle to the outside world. Information no longer simply travels quickly; it instantaneously and effortlessly reaches billions of people. The steady emerging new technologies like Twitter or Facebook are rearranging everything in ever deeper ways.

Using the expanding influence of social networking as well as the capacity of “normal” online users to directly interact with one another, the internet has changed into a centre of social persuasion and an exceptionally possible choice for “getting your message out” in relation to information, products and services available to common people. Also, the use of social Networks may connect you with people you share interest with as Heather Lesliesays.

“Fellow tweeps with whom I was building some friendship and trust actively introduced me to influential contacts of their own. The credibility of these introductions have opened doors that I could never have achieved on my own and may turn out to be significant opportunities in furthering my collaborative work with clinicians.”

To sum up, by checking several blogs it is clear to conclude that as social networks connect people from all over the world, they create more opportunities for people to advertise themselves or their brands and makes information more approachable.

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