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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Contrera: nació Quitter, la red social opuesta a Twitter | Rosario3.com - 0 views

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    " El sitio se sustenta con la plata de sus creadores y con donaciones. 1/1 0 Comentarios Twitter, una de las redes sociales más usadas a nivel mundial, comenzó a tener rivalidad tras el nacimiento de Quitter, un sitio sin fines de lucro que sobrevive a base de donaciones y del bolsillo de sus creadores."
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    " El sitio se sustenta con la plata de sus creadores y con donaciones. 1/1 0 Comentarios Twitter, una de las redes sociales más usadas a nivel mundial, comenzó a tener rivalidad tras el nacimiento de Quitter, un sitio sin fines de lucro que sobrevive a base de donaciones y del bolsillo de sus creadores."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Quitter - Download - 0 views

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    "Quitter is a minimalist, light Twitter app that runs from the DOS window. If you are looking for a very low-impact, inconspicuous Twitter client (or you're just looking for the nerdiest way of tweeting we've ever seen), check out Quitter, a fully-functional but seriously understated Twitter client that runs from the command window."
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    "Quitter is a minimalist, light Twitter app that runs from the DOS window. If you are looking for a very low-impact, inconspicuous Twitter client (or you're just looking for the nerdiest way of tweeting we've ever seen), check out Quitter, a fully-functional but seriously understated Twitter client that runs from the command window."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

GNU projects for network services | GNU social and GNU FM - 0 views

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    "Welcome to the home of the GNU social and GNU FM projects. We are projects that work as network services, either through a web browser or over the Internet in some way. All of our code is free software, licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License."
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    "Welcome to the home of the GNU social and GNU FM projects. We are projects that work as network services, either through a web browser or over the Internet in some way. All of our code is free software, licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License."
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