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Estamos estrenando nuevo website. Desde cero. Estamos pensando qué se viene y qué no del website anterior. Algunos facts.. -Es responsive, es decir se ve bien en teléfonos, tablets, computadoras y básicamente cualquier tamaño de pantalla. -Conversación en twitter -Cualquiera puede registrarse -Cualquiera puede publicar en el website Falta mucho, pero ahi vamos.. Bienvenida/o quien… Read more »

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Aunque esto es cierto, las universidades y distintas instituciones educativas no deben irse. Un ambiente de estudio no es lo mismo que aprender yo solo en mi computadora en canzoncillos.

Pero la educacion puede y debe ser mejor y mas accesible!

(via I feel like such an idiot. : AdviceAnimals)

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In Japan, copyright infringement is a criminal offense (unlike here, although our corporate fascist leanings might push it there in due time), so file sharing is a dangerous game. Because of this, sophisticated anonymizing and encryption techniques have been built into Japanese peer-to-peer programs for at least 5 years now.

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THE Big Mac index was invented by The Economist in 1986 as a lighthearted guide to whether currencies are at their “correct” level. It is based on the theory of purchasing-power parity (PPP), the notion that in the long run exchange rates should move towards the rate that would equalise the prices of an identical basket of goods and services (in this case, a burger) in any two countries. For example, the average price of a Big Mac in America in July 2013 was $4.56; in China it was only $2.61 at market exchange rates. So the “raw” Big Mac index says that the yuan was undervalued by 43% at that time. 

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A law went into effect this month that ends the ban on U.S. government-made propaganda from being broadcast to Americans. In a remarkably creative spin, the supporters of this law say that allowing Americans to see American propaganda is actually a victory for transparency.