jueves, 6 de noviembre de 2008
martes, 4 de noviembre de 2008
I hate the way you talk to me, and the way you cut your hair.
I hate the way you drive my car.
I hate it when you stare.
I hate your big dumb combat boots, and the way you read my mind.
I hate you so much it makes me sick; it even makes me rhyme.
I hate the way you're always right.
I hate it when you lie.
I hate it when you make me laugh, even worse when you make me cry.
I hate it when you're not around, and the fact that you didn't call.But mostly I hate the way I don't hate you.Not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all.
(8)My mama said to stay away from guys like you, She said they were nasty, Made me do things I don't wanna do, Stay away from bad boys they got one thing on their mind, Their hormones are ragin and they want it all the time (8)
jueves, 30 de octubre de 2008
I visited this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Videoconferencing , where says that a videoconferencing is an interactive telecommunication technologies that allow us to interact with two or more locations, It also knowing as visual collaboration.
The term was introduces in order to refer an object, such as mechanical nature and which doesn’t have a name , also when we cant remember the link of a specific page we can use a widget , which in computers terms, is an element of a graphical user face that displays information of an operating system.
according to t his page , a twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users it send and read others users updates
viernes, 17 de octubre de 2008
jueves, 16 de octubre de 2008
web 2.0 tools for ESL/EFL teaching (how to become web literate)
From: thiagoedu, 3 months ago
You shall see most apps and site from the web 2.0 here, in a ppt designed to help ESL/SFL teachers cope with the web 2.o in class. Topics disscussed: efl teaching, esl teaching, web 2.0, delicious, tagging. social bookmarking, microblogging, blogging, twitter, alice in wonderland, digital native, digital immigrant, digital voyer, digital refugee, podcast, rss reader, feed, aggregate. Care to leave a comment? Thanks! Thiago Eduardo - email@example.com (presentation made for a Braz-Tesol one day seminar in Brasilia, Brazil on May 30th, 2008)
Other histories of CALL, the 40s and the 50s
From: Denybo, 1 week ago
An account of the technological breakthroughs that influenced what we now know as CALL
the first one is name wikis plain english , I really like it because its very easy to understand and include a lot of graphics that makes easier to catch the ideas that the author wanst to transmit and the explanation its very clear.
the second one I think its a very creative blogg which include visual aids as well technological , the creator of it consider the main skils such visual which is very imporant for me to call the attention of any student, it provides a lot of resources and ways to create a video and at the same time we can share ideas and check whats wrogn or right , I consider its a very interactive page where we can explore many ideas.
miércoles, 15 de octubre de 2008
jueves, 18 de septiembre de 2008
Podcasting, created by former MTV VJ Adam Curry, is a term that was devised as a crisp way to describe the technology used to push audio content from websites down to consumers of that content, who typically listen to it on their iPod (hence the "pod") or other audio player that supports mp3 at their convenience. The term podcasting is meant to rhyme with broadcasting and is a derivative of the iPod platform. While not directly associated with Apples iPod device or iTunes music service, the company did contribute both the desire and the technology for this capability. Podcasting is not unlike time-shifted video software and devices like TiVo, which let you watch what you want when you want by recording and storing video, except that podcasting is used for audio and is currently free of charge. Note, however, that this technology can be used to push any kind of file, including software updates, pictures, and videos.
Podcasting uses an XML-based technology called RSS, or Really Simple Syndication. Content publishers describe new content in an XML RSS file which includes dates, titles, descriptions, and links to MP3 files. This auto-generated file is called an RSS feed. The key to making podcasting work with RSS is enclosures, a feature supported by RSS 2.0.
What makes podcasting special is that it allows individuals to publish (podcast) radioshows, that interested listeners can subscribe to. Before podcasting you could of course record a radio show and put it on your website, but now people can automatically receive new shows, without having to go to a specific site and download it from there.
retrieved from: http://www.podcastalley.com/what_is_a_podcast.php