For my sixth homework for my IT Fundamentals class, I created a Diigo account and added four articles about Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things, and the Dark Web. The articles I bookmarked (in order of the topics mentioned before) are: Could an artificial intelligence be considered a person under the law? Ominous New… Read More Diigo account and articles
As most of you may know, María was a category 5 hurricane that passed through Puerto Rico on September 20th, 2017. It entered the island through the town of Yabucoa at dawn and it left through Quebradillas/ Isabela on the late afternoon. Here are the 11 AM AST Key Messages on Potential Tropical Cyclone 15… Read More Remembering hurricane María
For my 4th homework of my IT Fundamentals class, I had to investigate a topic to do the CRAAP Test. Of course, I chose one of the two discussed in the blog: Sustainability. Overall, my references are good. They are not bad, but they could be better. The total points from the CRAAP Test to… Read More CRAAP Test
Today I finished my 3rd homework for my INF 103- IT Fundamentals Class. I created the two new site pages now available in the top left corner of the blog: About and Contact. About (as common) portraits what the blog is about and information about the author. On the other hand, contact displays the contact information… Read More NEW PAGES: About and Contact
Created: September 3rd, 2018/ Updated: September 18th, 2018 Why is the web important and relevant to me? As a child of the last year of the 90’s, I grew and was raised in a world that was transitioning to become a digital one. I had the chance to interact with technology that was created before… Read More Multimedia post
Today, I’m experimenting with the web in my IT Fundamentals class, INF 103, at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Following, are some of the things I learned today in the class. How to post a video: [Video por Antonio Vantaggiato] How to post a GIF (lol, this is how I’m feeling doing… Read More My first post: Learning in the web!