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Eugenio Tisselli

Eugenio Tisselli

(Mexico)
Eugenio Tisselli is a computer scientist and independent researcher. He holds a master's degree in Digital Arts, and has been awarded a Ph.D. degree by the University of Plymouth. As the director of the ojoVoz project, he has developed a software platform and a sociotechnical methodology for the collaborative creation of community memories in rural and urban contexts. This methodology is currently being applied and expanded within the context of the ICT for Agroeocology framework, developed in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) and Swissaid.
He has presented his work in multiple conferences, festivals and exhibitions throughout the world. His platform-based research is available at http://ojovoz.net.
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snudge

The first sense of snudging refers to being cheap, stingy, miserly, and Scrooge-like. Such penny-pinching behavior isn’t associated with great posture, and perhaps that’s why the word later referred to walking with a bit of a stoop. An English-French dictionary from 1677 captures the essence of snudgery: “To Snudge along, or go like an old Snudge, or like one whose Head is full of business.” Snudging is a little like trudging. Credits to Mark Peters.

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