#SocialMedia Tools

SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS www.status.net: StatusNet is the open source microblogging platform that helps you share and connect in real-time within your own domain.  With StatusNet you can encourage collaboration, build and engage your community, and be in command of your brand. www.paper.li: paper.li organiza los enlaces compartidos en Twitter y los presenta en forma de periódico. Puedes …

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These are a few of my favorite things… (via Pati Erdos)

@patierdos great post #nandro #wordpress #blog #wp Ahhh the joys of childhood. The innocence. The adventurous spirit. Curiosity. Mischief. Wonder. Imagination. Lately, for whatever reason, I have had quite a few random reminders that popped up sporadically. So to honor that, I thought I would take a trip down “old school lane” and share with …

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Deathwatch of our Daily Print (via Kari Kuukka Photography – a blog)

It´s either the blue or the red pill: it´s a simple choice. "I know you're out there. I can feel you now. I know that you're afraid… you're afraid of us. You're afraid of change. I don't know the future. I didn't come here to tell you how this is going to end. I came …

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La Gran Final

Como informa Marca.com en su página Web sobre la rueda de prensa de Xavi Hernández, el equipo que tenga la posesión del balón tendrá media Copa del Mundo a su favor porque yo no creo que los dos equipos sepan jugar todo un partido al contragolpe.  Mas bien al contrario, tanto los tulipanes como los …

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What does an Octopus know? (via The Western Wind)

Entonces este pulpo se podrá comer o no? So unless you have been living in a cave, you should know that it is World Cup time in the land of sports. It is known as the world’s largest sporting event, and truthfully it deserves that title. This year’s World Cup experience has been my favorite …

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Magical Monsoon in Bandipur (via i Thought, i Think i’d Blog – Sandeep)

India is Great Monsoon is not the best time for sighting wildlife, or so is the belief. Monsoon is also not the ideal time for photography. But wildlife always throws surprises. Butch and I were not keen on any particular sighting, but wished to see a pack wild dogs (at least after learning about a …

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did we ever enjoy ‘white privilege’? (via Our Delhi Struggle)

It´s true …. All white people have big time privileges in India. A reader name Gayatri recently emailed us this pointed question: Had a question for you guys. Have you ever been out clubbing in Delhi or to a pub in the evening. Would they let you guys cut the queue and let you enter …

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Por Favor, Tecnología YA!!!!!!!!!!

Después de ver los partidos de hoy domingo 27 de junio de 2010 de los octavos de final de la Copa del Mundo de Fútbol de Sudáfrica, me quedo perplejo por las situaciones de vergüenza que se han producido en el campo.  Dos goles, dos errores, dos equipos, dos eliminatorias, dos pases para los cuartos …

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A People Called “Untouchable”… (via Here I Am, Lord. Send Me.)

I have to agree with you that this situation is cruel and evil. Now that we are in the 21st century I believe that the leaders of the world should encouraged the politicians in India to change the cast system and try to adapt and integrate them in society, culture and politics of India. During …

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El romanticismo de la Copa del Mundo se ha esfumado

Como muy bien comenta Amotz Asa-El desde Jerusalem en http://www.marketwatch.com/story/what-ever-happened-to-quality-soccer-2010-06-14, la Copa del Mundo ha perdido calidad, romanticismo, rivalidad y competitividad. Calidad: cierto es que cada vez el fútbol es más exigente y más físico anulando cualquier brote verde de imaginación y desborde.  En las ligas de todo el mundo el jugador casi pasa más tiempo en …

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