This is an initiative that arises in order to promote the creative ingenuity of those who devote some of their reeds to writing on the subject of technologies, a jury will finally choose "The 25 best technology articles" every year. These can be in newspapers, essays or blog posts that have a focus on technology topics:
Internet, web, software, networks, telecommunication, gadgets, biotechnology.
They must be in Spanish, published in 2007 and available for reading on the web. They will be compiled in a book in pdf format and possibly in hard copy.
The jury is composed of:
- Mariano Amartino (Uberbin)
- Enrique Dans (Enrique Dans)
- Javier Fernández Escribano (And connected) - Coordinator
- Iñigo González (Exocert)
- Juan Luis Hortelano (Technology)
- Javier Martín (Loogic)
- Antonio Ortiz (error500)
- Christian Van der Henst (Webmasters)
Articles by these authors will not be able to participate, so don't worry, you won't have to compete against Enrique Dans. This jury will choose the 50 best articles and Internet users will vote at the end of the process for a month.
Deadline to submit articles: February 15, some articles may be proposed by different people, so that may also influence although there are no guarantees at least not limit.
You will also finally be supporting the Wikipedia that has been wanting to crawl for days ... although we all go there to complement data when we are writing a post.
If you have a website, and you think one of your articles is worth it in the technological environment, you can add this image.
This is my suggestion, a little late for day of kings day:
- How our world changed Google Earth
- 2.0 leg traffic
Although in the depths of my taste, I would have preferred:
- "Eyes that do not see", A love story for geomatists... shame that was written the year 2006