For those who do visit this blog besides reading it by RSS subscription, you’d have seen there have been some changes in the horizontal navigation bar.
The main goal behind these changes is feeding ICTlogy with more content… even if it’s most by myself };)
Articles section has been spanned in, sofar, three sections:
- Articles itself, containing all the articles I’ve published, linking to (coming soon) abstracts and full text
- Communications, same as Articles but with presentations and speeches. You know, you sometimes say some things not deserving the effort of an article but cool enough to be shared :)
- ICT4D Wiki, a wiki I started as a personal notebook but… hell, why not sharing it.
Concerning the wiki, well, it is a complete mess, so don’t be cruel. I’ve been doubting about whether opening it to anyone or keeping it just for myself. At last, I opened it, but kept it locked so I’m the only one editing it. If you really think you can contribute, let me know. Notwithstanding, I’d really hate to “compete” with some really cool portals over there: that would be useless and far from reality.
WiICTlogy, the ICT4D Wiki should not be a place to put content or links, but reflection – you’ll see it is not this way now, but…
FAQ: Why not starting an ICT4D category in the Wikipedia?
ANSWER: Because I want to put there all the nonsenses I’d feel like to
(um, I feel this is getting less and less serious – time for holidays, I guess)
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2005) “ICT4D Wiki” In ICTlogy,
#21, June 2005. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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