lunes, agosto 01, 2005

Mi propuesta

Me uno a la campaña de Serginho sobre el uso del condón entre los blogonautas.

Yo lo enfoqué directo a los internautas (ampliamos un poquito más) asumiento que la mayoría quiere proteger su pc haciendo un paralelo entre los virus del mundo virtual (en la red) y los del mundo real (SIDA).

Un humilde aporte que espero les guste.

Lobito

15 comentarios:

SERGINHO® dijo...

gRACIAS POR TU APORTE ESTIMADO..
LA DIRECCION QUE PUSISTE NO FUNCIONA BIEN..

ASI QUE LO SUBI.. Y LO PUSE AL LADO.. QUEDA BASTANTE BIEN.. Y PERSONALMENTE ME GUSTA.. VAMOS.. A VOTAR¡¡ JAJAJA..

NOS LEEMOS PRONTO.

SERGINHO® dijo...

Estoy poniendo un link en mi blog...

Guille, da maus dijo...

Je je, interesante metáfora pero sin animo de aguar la "ingeniosa" propuesta es necesario hacer una precision. Un antivirus aniquila el virus. De alli el sufijo ANTI, que si simplemente le impidiera la entrada seria CONTRAVIRUS. Por eso al condón se le denomina "método CONTRAceptivo", ademas que es preventivo mas no "antiinfeccioso".
Podríamos debatir mucho respecto a la efectividad del preservativo como para que merezca el ingenio de crearle mas campañas, pero personalmente no estoy de acuerdo en eso porque el jebecito me parece un simple patch a los verdaderos y crecientes problemas que son los de la cosificación del sexo (y de la mujer, de paso), la falta de educación, y la inmadurez imperantes. Como que en el mundo desarrollado con sus preservativos incluso repartidos en las escuelas sigue creciendo la proporcion de infectados.

Eduardo Solis dijo...

Interesante comentario el último, personalmente un análisis muy profundo para lo que se quiere transmitir con el diseño de litolobo, simple:
Si le preguntas a la gente de a pie que usar para no infectarse con algún virus informático, te dirán: un antivirus.

SERGINHO® dijo...

Señores... aparte de un entusiasta blogger.. termino mi licenciatura en tecnologia, completamente de acuerdo con la apreciacion de que el condon no es un antivirus, rescato del diseño es que la analogia que se hace es si proteges tu pc con un antivirus.. tu protege con un condon..
Ademas los invito a a votar en mib log, por que el diseño va ganando, a mucha gente de Chile y de otros paises le ha gustado... un abrazo.. nos leemos

gieb dijo...

Tu diseño está en mi blog... creo que estará por todos lados en Internet. Buena iniciativa.
Saludos

Filos en Mundo de Sofía dijo...

Pues me da gusto que haya antivirus de ese tipo, aunque nada nos asegura la entrada de las mentiras, estupideces y cosas que no valen la pena para perder la vida viendolas y aún asi lo hacemos. Pero bueno veneno mata veneno y esperemos que los unos se maten a los otros cuando se enferme de si mismos...

Me gusto tu blog espero andar mas seguido por aqui

Elva*-

SERGINHO® dijo...

FELICITACIONES¡¡..
reitero las gracias estimado...
y si tu diseño ya esta en mucho blog de chile, peru, argentina, mexico... y sigue y sigue...

mandale la direccion a tus amigos, contactos...

Se hablara de tu diseño por algun tiempo..
ahh.. he recibido email de la gente que ocupa MAC .. que si no habia para ellos? jejeje..


Cuidate... y nos seguimos leyendo..

Y ni siquiera me has puesto un link?¡¡ jjaja

♥LadyPaula♥ dijo...

Buen diseño, ha sido instalado en mi blog... las buenas ideas hay que aplaudirlas.
Saludos desde Chile,
Paula

zezè dijo...

supèr el diseño, no hay mas colores? :p

Eduardo Solis dijo...

.. es que sólo falta pedir sabores ... durex contrata a Litolobo que te está haciendo un flaco favor. jeje.

Tinta dijo...

Buena idea, aunque yo la pondría como afirmación y no como pregunta. "Tu PC tiene antivirus ... ponte el tuyo" Así no los haces pensar ni dos segundos en la pregunta, de frente viene la conclusión.

BLANCHE dijo...

Nice blog. Have you seen your google rating? BlogFlux It's Free and you can add a Little Script to your site that will tell everyone your ranking. I think yours was a 3. I guess you'll have to check it out.

Computer News
Microsoft lawsuit is called a 'charade'

In a simmering legal tussle, Google, the Internet search company, is asking a judge to reject Microsoft's bid to keep a prized research engineer from taking a job at Google, saying that Microsoft filed a lawsuit to frighten other workers from defecting.

Microsoft sued the research engineer, Kai-Fu Lee, and Google last week, asserting that by taking the Google job, Lee was violating an agreement that he signed in 2000 barring him from working for a direct competitor in an area that overlapped with his role at Microsoft.

"This lawsuit is a charade," Google said in court documents filed before a hearing on Wednesday in Seattle. "Indeed, Microsoft executives admitted to Lee that their real intent was to scare other Microsoft employees into remaining at the company."


Google countersued last week, seeking to override Microsoft's noncompete provision so that it can retain Lee.

"In truth, Kai-Fu Lee's work for Microsoft had only the most tangential connection to search and no connection whatsoever to Google's work in this space," Google said in court documents.

The judge in the case, Steven Gonzalez of Superior Court, who heard arguments in the case on Wednesday, said he expected to issue a ruling on Thursday.

Google's filings include details about a conversation Lee had with Microsoft's chairman, Bill Gates, suggesting that his company was becoming increasingly concerned about Google's siphoning of talent, and perhaps intellectual property.

Lee said Gates told him in a meeting on July 15, referring to Microsoft's chief executive, Steven Ballmer: "Kai-Fu, Steve is definitely going to sue you and Google over this. He has been looking for something like this, someone at a VP level to go to Google. We need to do this to stop Google."

A Microsoft spokeswoman, Stacy Drake, declined to comment on Gates's statement directly.

"Our concern here is the fact that Dr. Lee has knowledge of highly sensitive information both of our search business and our strategy in China," she said.

Lee said Google did not recruit him and had not encouraged him to violate any agreement he had with Microsoft.

Microsoft countered that Lee's job with Google gave him ample opportunity to leak sensitive technical and strategic business secrets. Microsoft noted that Lee attended a confidential, executive-only briefing in March, which was labeled "The Google Challenge."

"In short, Dr. Lee was recently handed Microsoft's entire Google competition 'playbook,"' Microsoft said.

Lee joined Microsoft in August 2000 after he helped to establish its research center in China. At one point, Microsoft said, he was in charge of the company's work on MSN Search.

Microsoft and Google, along with Yahoo, are locked in a fierce battle to dominate search, both online and through desktop search programs. Google has begun offering new services, including e-mail, that compete with Microsoft offerings.


Microsoft said it had paid Lee well in exchange for his promises to honor confidentiality and noncompete agreements.

The company said that Lee made more than $3 million during nearly five years at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington, and that he earned more than $1 million last year.

Microsoft asserts that there is "an extremely close between the work Lee did at Microsoft and what he will be doing at Google.

Google argued otherwise, insisting that Lee is not a search expert and noting that his most recent work at Microsoft was in speech recognition.


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Azuara dijo...

Qué buena idea! Llego aquí rebotando por la blogosfera desde http://meneame.net/story/sida-alcanza-40-millones-infectados-pese-crece-numero-tratamientos

lo que me ha llevado a buscar en google de dónde salía la imagen.

La he utilizado en la siguiente entrada del blog, espero que no te importe. Por supuesto, con sus créditos pertinentes:
http://cienciaylejos.blogspot.com/2006/11/el-vaticano-estudia-uso-del.html

Un saludo

Laura Zaferson dijo...

Me gusta! Lo voy a poner en el blog. :D