Today, we will dedicate this humble post to the Hispanic American Linux Vloggers, that like us, the Hispanic-American Linuxeros Bloggers, we contribute every day, our grain of sand to contribute with our capacities and abilities to the diffusion, massification and improvement of free and open developments, in the Spanish language.
So, we hope that it will be liked by many and for the benefit of all Hispanic American Linux Vloggers.
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Digital Communities: Bloggers, Podcasters and Vloggers
It is important to highlight that, in any Digital community, there are content consumers and content creators. And we are all important to its success, growth and productivity. And as for digital content creators, we usually find those dedicated to write (Bloggers), the speak (Podcasteros) and show videos (Vloggers).
So today we bring this humble little tribute (tribute / recognition) To them JedITs that since YouTube and other digital Communities or Social Networks are dedicated to the creation of videos to support the Free Software, Open Source and GNU / Linux.
For the rest, as usual, we will leave immediately below, the link to a previous publication related to today's topic, that is, the field of Bloggers and Blogging. At FromLinux:
“This profession (Blogger) and other related ones will make more and more sense, mainly thinking about the current« Generation Y »and« Millennials », who no longer have the habit of seeing the existing information and communication media (Books, Magazines, Press Written, Radio and TV) as our ancestors do or did. " Bloggers: Professionals of the Future. Among many others!
Tribute for Hispanic-American Linux Vloggers
My favorite Vloggers to pay tribute
Although, there are many that we could mention and recommend, to learn from them, obviously we will not be able to mention them all. So, we will only do a little Top (List) that serves as an initial guide to all of us, and in the comments each one, feel free to mention (name without link) to the Favorite vlogger (s) own (s), so that we all seek, know, visit and support.
Note: The following list, of Vloggers (YouTubers and YouTube Channels) It should not be understood as whether the "not mentioned" are better than the "mentioned" or not, as this is not a competition or ranking list. It's just a Informative top to support all those mentioned and not mentioned, in their noble work in favor of Free Software, Open Source and GNU / Linux around Latin America. In addition, surely many will already know some, and others may have never seen / heard them.
Top 10 Vloggers to Know
- Cumpi Linux - [Argentina]:
- DriveMeca - [Colombia]:
- GNU / Lukas Games - [Germany]:
- Karla's Project - [Spain]:
- The cave of the last dragon - [Mexico]:
- Linux at Home - [Colombia]:
- Crazy about Linux - [Brazil]:
- JAD Duck - [Argentina]:
- Pedro Crespo Hernandez - [Spain]:
- Zatiel - [Mexico]:
Note: Me, personally I'm not a Vlogger, but I have a small YouTube channel. And if anyone wants to know it, you can explore it by clicking on the following link. And if someone is more a lover of listening, than seeing or reading, they can get a List of websites about Podcast in Spanish and English, related to Free Software, Open Source and GNU / Linux, exploring the following 3 sites: link 1, link 2 y link 3.
We hope this "useful little post" about this humble tribute (tribute) for those Hispanic American Linux Vloggers, that like us, the Hispanic-American Linuxeros Bloggers, we contribute every day, our grain of sand to contribute with our capacities and abilities to the diffusion, massification and improvement of free and open developments; is of great interest and utility, for the entire
«Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of
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