Social Dynamics Laboratory

noviembre 21, 2010

Welcome to the Social Dynamics Laboratory

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The Social Dynamics Laboratory members study the interplay between network topology and the dynamics of social interaction, using computational models, data from on-line networks, and laboratory experiments with human participants.We are supported by the National Science Foundation through the following grants:Human and Social Dynamics SES-0432917 and SES-0433086Cyberinfrastructure ToolsC BCS-0537606WebLab IIS-0705774Human Centered ComputingThe SDL Director is Michael Macy, Goldwin Smith Professor of Sociology at Cornell University.The Assistant Director is Chris Cameron, a PhD candidate at Cornell.Visit the “People” tab to learn about graduate students currently working in the lab and about recent activities.

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Portals and KM: Interesting SNA tool at MIT

noviembre 14, 2010

May 03, 2004Interesting SNA tool at MITSocial Network Analysis SNA is another potential candidate for TBNT – see Social Networking in NYC. I had the pleasure of spending time last month with Peter Gloor of MIT Sloan CCS and the Dartmouth Tuck School. Peter is the former head of the eCommerce practice for Deloitte in Europe. He and his colleagues at MIT/Tuck have developed an open source SNA tool. You can find and download it at ickn.org. The tool analyses social networks by looking at e-mail patterns. It can be used to understand the communication patterns within work groups and others who communicate through e-mail. Both functional and dysfunctional patterns can be determined and this analysis can provide guidance for corrective action to increase work group productivity. Peter and his colleagues are especially interested in the use of SNA to promote innovation.

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Ancient Scripts: Maya

noviembre 7, 2010

The second cycle, the tzolk’in, is not divided into months but contains two parallel cycles, one of 13 and the other of 20. The cycle of 13 are identified by numbers, but the cycle of 20 has days with names.

And the following are the signs of the tzolk’in ritual cycle.

The keeping of the tzolk’in is still practiced among modern Maya, especially by Maya nations of highland Guatemala such as the Quiché or the Kakchiquel. The practioners are called “daykeepers”, are open to both genders, and they also serve functions such as diviners, midwives, and bonesetters.

 

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Mesoweb Publications

noviembre 7, 2010

Abaj Takalik 1976: Exploratory Investigations – by J. A. Graham, R. F. Heizer and E. M. Shook

The Age and Provenance of the Leyden Plate – by Frances R. and Sylvanus G. Morley

Analysis of Two Low Relief Sculptures from La Venta – by Robert F. Heizer

Archaeology: The Plates – by Alfred P. Maudslay

Blom and La Farge and the Discovery of La Venta – by Frans Blom and Oliver La Farge

A Brief Note on the Name of a Vision Serpent – by Linda Schele

Charnay and Maudslay at Yaxchilan – by Désiré Charnay

Colossal Heads of the Olmec Culture – by C. William Clewlow, Richard A. Cowan, James F. O’Connell & Carlos Benemann

A Correlation of the Mayan and European Calendars – by J. Eric Thompson

Deities Portrayed on Censers at Mayapan – by J. Eric S. Thompson

Drawings of Glyphs of Structure XVIII, Palenque – by Miguel Angel Fernandez

El Enigma de los Olmecas – by Wigberto Jiménez Moreno

Excavation of a Colonnaded Hall at Mayapan – by Howard D. Winters

Excerpts from the Researches of Teobert Maler – with a short biography

The Great Mound of La Venta – by John Graham and Mark Johnson

The Hero Twins: Myth and Image – by Michael D. Coe

Hieroglyphs on Maya Vessels – by David Stuart

The History of the Study of Maya Vase Painting – by Mary Ellen Miller

The Inscriptions from Temple XIX at Palenque – by David Stuart

La Venta, Tabasco: A Study of Olmec Ceramics and Art – by Philip Drucker

Maya Astronomy – by John E. Teeple

Maya Chronology: The Correlation Question – by J. Eric Thompson

Maya Chronology: The Fifteen Tun Glyph – by J. Eric Thompson

Maya Hieroglyphic Writing: Introduction – by J. Eric S. Thompson

The Mercado, Chichen Itza, Yucatan – by Karl Ruppert

A New Method of Deciphering Yucatecan Dates with Special Reference to Chichen Itza – by J. Eric Thompson

Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book of the Quiché Maya – translated by Allen J. Christenson

Recollections of My Early Travels in Chiapas – by John Bourne

A Reconsideration of the Age of the La Venta Site – by Rainer Berger, John A. Graham and Robert F. Heizer

Representation of Deities of the Maya Manuscripts – By Dr. Paul Schellhas

Ruins of Polol and Other Archæological Discoveries in the Department of Peten, Guatemala – by Cyrus Longworth Lundell

Sculptures and Rock Carvings at Chalcatzingo, Morelos – by Carmen Cook de Leonard

Sources of Rocks Used in Olmec Monuments – by Howel Williams & Robert F. Heizer

Stone Monuments of Southern Mexico – by Matthew W. Stirling

Stone Sculptures from the Finca Arevalo, Guatemala – by S. K. Lothrop

Structure A-XVIII, Uaxactun – by A. Ledyard Smith

Studies on the Inscriptions of Chichen Itza – by Herman Beyer

A Study of Classic Maya Sculpture – by Tatiana Proskouriakoff

A Stylistic and Chronological Study of Olmec Monumental Sculpture – by Carl William Clewlow, Jr.

Two Recent Ceramic Finds at Uaxactun – by A. Ledyard Smith

Votive Axes from Ancient Mexico – by Marshall H. Saville

The Yaxuna-Cobá Causeway – by Alfonso Villa R.

Mesoweb Publications.


WAYEB – European Association of Mayanists – Homepage

noviembre 7, 2010

Welcome to WWWayeb!

Please check out our most popular sections:

Membership

Administer your membership online. Join Wayeb and support the Association’s activities.

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Wayeb Notes

No. 35 from Christophe Helmke on the transferral of ritual privileges in Yaxchilan has recently been issued. Publish your research here!

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Who is Who?

Create your own profile and be part of the online community of Maya researchers. Search others who have already signed in!

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Events Calendar

Find out about symposia and exhibitions on the Maya. Browse the calendar for more information or submit an announcement online.

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Wayeb Resources

The WWWayeb eLibrary with research papers, ethnohistorical sources, drawings, theses, photos. Post your own work here!

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Latest Contents

Find out about the latest additions of research materials and content updates on WWWayeb. What have you missed since the last visit?

 

WAYEB – European Association of Mayanists – Homepage.


Como crear un bookmarklet

junio 13, 2010

Un Bookmarklet es un marcador del navegador (elemento de Favoritos en si usas Internet Explorer) que en vez de contener una dirección de internet contiene una llamada javascript.

Lo que hacemos con esta técnica es forzar que el navegador ejecute un codigo javascript que nosotros le indicamos cada vez que el usuario clicka en ese marcador.

Esto puede ser usado de forma personal para todo: cambiar el DOM, los estilos de la web, buscar dentro del documento, etc… pero para lo que más nos sirve, como desarrolladores web es para ofrecer la posibilidad de enviar a nuestra página la url o datos de lo que está viendo el usuario.

Esta técnica es muy usada por agregadores o redes de marcadores sociales para facilitar la vida al usuario capturando la página que está viendo y enviandola directamente a la url del site que debe recogerla.

http://blog.ikhuerta.com/como-crear-un-bookmarklet

Como crear un bookmarklet.


Estadísticas de búsqueda de Google – Interés de Búsqueda en la Web: facebook, hi5, myspace – México, 2004 – hoy

febrero 28, 2010

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