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YouTube firma la paz en Reino Unido.
El Pais.com 20090905

Los usuarios de YouTube en Reino Unido podrán volver a acceder a los vídeos musicales de los artistas de su país después de un apagón de casi medio año. El portal de Internet, propiedad reciente del gigante de búsquedas Goo-gle, ha enterrado el hacha de guerra a raíz del acuerdo alcanzado con la organización que defiende los derechos de autor de los compositores locales (PRS for Music) sobre la licencia que YouTube debe pagar para emitir los clips proporcionados por las discográficas. Ninguna de las partes ha querido desvelar los detalles sobre la cuantía pactada, aunque sí especificaron que la licencia estará vigente hasta 2012 y que tendrá carácter retroactivo desde enero del presente año. Los analistas de la industria atribuyen ese mutismo a la estrategia de YouTube para que no se conozca cuánto está dispuesto a pagar por los vídeos de la discordia, ante el temor de que pueda sentar un precedente con vistas a futuras negociaciones con otros sectores que nutren su plataforma. Por eso exigió que el acuerdo incluyera una cláusula de confidencialidad. El bloqueo al que acaba de poner fin fue decretado por YouTube el pasado 10 de marzo como reacción an ...




Un grupo norteamericano propone depurar la Biblia de conceptos liberales.
El Pais.com 20091010

La Biblia parece ahora subida de tono para un grupo de conservadores estadounidenses que se ha propuesto depurar las sagradas escrituras de sus influencias liberales a través de una página web que imita a la Wikipedia. Los creadores de Conservapedia han puesto en marcha un proyecto denominado Conservative Bible Project con el que pretenden interpretar a su manera el Antiguo y el Nuevo Testamento con la colaboración de los internautas y siguiendo unos principios básicos recogidos en el portal. La Biblia guarda escasa precisión con su lenguaje original y con el lenguaje moderno, se dice en esta web en la que se pide ayuda para volver a traducir palabra por palabra una popular edición del siglo XVII y erradicar términos como camarada o el pasaje de la mujer adúltera del evangelista Juan. En aquel relato se contaba como unos fariseos llevaron ante Jesucristo a una esposa que había sido infiel a su marido con la intención de lapidarla y cómo éste consiguió disuadirlos con la conocida frase de quien esté libre de pecado que tire la primera piedra. Estos reformistas apuestan por explicar las parábolas de asuntos económicos con su completo significado de libre mercado y evitar las referencias unisex que mutilan la masculinidad del cristianismo. El objetivo último de este proyecto será convertir su revisada Biblia en la herramienta de estudio de la religión para niños y también un libro de referencia para cursos en departamentos de Política de centros educativos superiores. Esto desacreditaría el perverso e hiriente mito de que Jesús habría sido políticamente liberal hoy en día, se afirma. Los edit ...




Un diputado de CiU, primer político español que utiliza Mixedink.
Europa Press.es 20080912

MADRID, 10 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) - El diputado de CiU en el Congreso de los Diputados Carles Campuzano será el primer político en España que utilizará Mixedink, una plataforma colaborativa en Internet que brinda a los ciudadanos la posibilidad de participar en debates y elaborar un documento de conclusiones para que los políticos conozcan la opinión mayoritaria de los participantes. La asociación sin ánimo de lucro que promueve esta plataforma se llama Nuestracausa, cuyo objetivo es propiciar el acercamiento de los ciudadanos a los órganos de decisión, de modo que éstos puedan influir en las decisiones de las políticas públicas, según explicó a Europa Press el portavoz de esta organización, Marc López. Campuzano planteará a partir del próximo 15 de septiembre en la web http:mixedink. com/CarlesCampuzano/Debateinmigración una discusión sobre la reforma de la Ley de Extranjería, que el día 17 iniciará su primer debate en el Congreso. OTROS TEMAS ADEMÁS DE LA LEY DE EXTRANJERÍA Esta discusión on-line concluirá el próximo 30 de octubre y hasta entonces los participantes irán votando las ideas que más les gusten, de manera que al final se configurará un ...




IBM Aims System Z at Specific Workloads.
PC World.com 20090814

IBM is trying to shore up flagging sales of its System z mainframe with a set of hardware, software and services combinations aimed at specific application workloads. The seven bundles announced Friday target data warehousing, application development, disaster recovery, SOA (service oriented architecture), security, electronic payments and SAP applications. The last one is an update of a package IBM first announced 18 months ago. System z sales have plummeted during the economic recession, as companies rein in capital spending and increasingly turn to cheaper commodity hardware to support their IT systems. Revenue for the category plummeted 39 percent year-over-year in IBMs m ...




Fast, Universal Broadband: The Dirty Secret about the Roadblock.
PC World.com 20090906

Artwork: Chip TaylorWheres the fastest broadband service? The Federal Communications Commissions effort to expand availability of high-speed Internet access throughout the U. S. offers a clue as to where -- and why -- the best services exist. Last month the FCC asked companies, organizations and individuals to comment on the state of broadband in the U. S. as part of its now-annual 706 Inquiry. The FCC will use the information to help with the National Broadband Plan, which aims to make high-speed Internet access available to every U. S. resident. As responses start to come in, many service providers (including Verizon and Comcast) have made it clear that the FCCs current standard of 768 kbps down and 200 kbps up is an adequate speed definition for broadband Internet access. Naturally, their stance has drawn criticism and accusations that it is setting a low bar for the definition of broadband, especially for certain public usage. David E. Young, of Verizon Federal Regulatory Affairs, went as far as to say on Verizons Policy Blog, If we set a baseline definition too high ...




Facebook Tries to Simplify Connect Implementations.
PC World.com 20091001

Facebook is trying to make it easier for Web publishers to hook up their sites to the companys Connect data portability system. To pave the way, Facebook released on Wednesday a developer tool designed to simplify the process of setting up Connect in an external Web site. Called Connect Wizard, the tool walks Web publishers through three steps to implement Connect, which lets people sign in to external Web sites with their Facebook login data. Connect can also let Facebook members port to other Web sites content from their profiles, like basic personal information, photos, notes, friends lists and status updates. From making the registration process easier for users, to b ...




Crossing Borders with Laptops: Facts and Tips.
PC World.com 20090829

Earlier this week, the U. S. Department of Homeland Security made it clear that border crossing officials could continue to search any device that can store electronic media without any suspicion of wrongdoing. Although the revised policy ensures searches will be completed in a timely manner (up to 30 days) and that travelers will stay informed about the searchs progress, travelers crossing the border might want to consider a few things. Officials can still seize any device (including MP3 players or flash drives) and look at any file on it (including Internet browsing history) without giving any reason. The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) believes agents take laptops, make an image of the hard drive and then return the laptop to its owner in the mail. Any copied files could be stored indefinitely. (Imagine what the Border Patrols iTunes Library will look like after indefinitely storing DRM-free music from several dozen searches. ) The ACLU is also taking a dim view of the DHS policy, and is challenging it in court. For the moment, though, its smart to be prepared. Although the DHSs exact procedures are unspecified, t ...




Blu-ray: 3 Reasons the Winner is an Also-Ran.
PC World.com 20091005

Will Apple release Blu-Ray-equipped iMacs for the holidays? Maybe-and it probably makes sense, since its been a while since iMacs got meaningful new features other than ongoing refinement of their industrial design. But to abuse a famous Steve Jobs quote, Blu-Ray still feels like a bag of boring to me. Its one of the few high-profile examples of gadgetry I have no impulse to invest in. Heres why: Its Not Truly Part of the Digital World. These days, Im less interested in getting better image quality, and more interested in doing stuff with content-sending it via wireless networking to multiple screens in my house, sticking it on my iPhone, storing it in the cloud. Blu-Ray doesnt help with any of that. In fact, its designed specifically to prevent me from doing it. The Content isnt There. At least not for me. I admit that Im not representative of the Average American Consumer here, but Ill never buy any blockbuster movie on Blu-Ray. I like obscure animation and box sets that arent going to sell by the million. For now, they come out on DVD, not Blu-Ray. Thatll change. Eventually. Probably. But if I bought a Blu-Ray player today, Id mostly use it to watch DVDs. Its a Stopgap. Like the 2. 88MB floppy disk, Blu-Ray is ultimately an impress ...




Apple Slams the Door on Adobe Flash .
PC World.com 20091006

Apple Slams the Door on Adobe Flash Latest BizFeed Posts: Monday, October 05, 2009 Apple Slams the Door on Adobe Flash Monday, October 05, 2009 Behold! T-Mobile Unveils New Android-Based Phone from Samsung Monday, October 05, 2009 Vonage App Brings VoIP to Blackberry and iPhone Monday, October 05, 2009 AT&T Unleashes Windows Mobile 6. 5 with HTC Pure Thursday, October 01, 2009 Google Borrows From Yahoo and Best Buy to Tweak Search Options All BizFeed Posts More Business Center Blogs There is much excitement and celebration today in the world of mobile phones. Adobe announced that Flash Player 10. 1 will soon be gracing the diminutive screen of your mobile phone. . . unless you have an iPhone. Adobe Flash is relatively ubiquitous on the Web. If you have ever tried to surf the Web with a brand new computer system that hasnt yet had Flash installed you quickly find out just how many sites rely on the technology to provide interactive multimedia presentations and interfaces. Sites like Youtube and Hulu rely on Flash technology for streaming video on the Internet. Multimedia banner ads found on most major sites utilize Adobe Flash as well. Mobile phones have had the capability to surf the Web for some time, but the Web experience has often been clunky and lacking in comparison to full-blown desktop and laptop surfing. However, mobile device technology--the hardware, the software, and the delivery infrastructure--have all improved to the point that the mobile phone is now more of a mobile computing platform and there is little difference between a laptop computer and a full-featured smart phone aside from the size of the display and the size of the keyboard. Even with the increased processing power and network capacity, mobile device manufacturers have been reluctant to include Flash technology due to the drain on system resources. Previous versions of Flash have hogged memory, monopolized the processor, and quickly drained the battery. The performance tradeoffs were not worth the glitz of adding Flash. Adobe has overcome those concerns with the latest version of Flash by leveraging the GPU (graphics processing unit) to accelerate v ...




57 Amazing Things You Didnt Know Your Tech Could Do!.
PC World.com 20090905

57 Incredible (and Useful) Tips and Tricks for Your Hardware and Software Amaze your friends and confound your enemies with these handy, imaginative tips and tricks for PCs and networking, iPhones and BlackBerrys, digital cameras, Google, iPod, and three consumer electronics controllers. Well unlock the secrets in this 6-part package. Smartphones: 14 Great Things iPhones and BlackBerrys Can Do » 6 Crazy Tricks for Digital Cameras and Photos » Gmail, Google Maps, and Google Search: 19 Cool Tips » 3 Entertaining Tips for iTunes, iPods, and Other Digital Music Players » TiVo, Wii, and Xbox 360 Controllers: 8 Clever Tricks » The List: 57 Amazing Things You Didn't Know Your Tech Could Do! » Do you often wish that the tech you own or use had superpowers, or that you could transform ordinary gear into something really great--possibly for free? With our amazing instructions, you can! In this package of six articles, we have 57 tips on getting the most out of your hardware and the Web. Many of the useful features we describe are undocumented; others you can enable with an extra tweak. Well show you how to transform your netbook into an e-book reader, how to use body warmth to squeeze out one more message from a dead cell phone battery, sling files from PC to PC with Bluetooth, and all sorts of ways to improve your use of Gmail, Google Maps, Google Search, and much more! This story centers on five tricks that will enhance your use of your desktop or laptop, with two networking tips thrown in for good measure. For more, see the other stories in our 57 Amazing Things You Didnt Know Your Tech Could Do! package, including our full list of tips and tricks. Use Old Internal Hard Drives for Free Storage Have an unused internal hard drive sitting around? Maybe you upgraded a laptop hard drive to a bigger capacity, or you pulled an internal drive from a desktop PC before selling it. You can put either kind back to work as extra, free storage. Inside a desktop PC: 2. 5-inch laptop and 3. 5-inch PC SATA drives use identical connections, which means that a recent laptop hard drive can work instantly. If you want to install a laptop drive in a PC, remember that it wont fit correctly in the regular screw mounts. If youre attaching it permanently, position it so that the airflow is unimpeded--stick it against the inside of the case or in a free drive bay. Secure the drive with zip-ti ...




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