iFixIt : réparez votre Mac plutôt que de le jeter › G.
Educational. 110 Websites that Pay You to Contribute an Article, Instantly. It has been a while since I last published my list of websites that pay writers.
A lot has happened since publishing the last two lists; some of the sites are no longer active, some of the sites stopped accepting contributions from freelance writers, and there isn’t as much flexibility in the categories of the previous lists since most of the sites featured were either design or tech sites. That has changed, though. This new list is more comprehensive, includes more sites and is updated for 2015. In fact, I’m finalizing this list on the 12th of January, 2015. So what’s included? With the above clarified, it is important to note that in total this full post is above 6,400 words and includes over 100 links; for optimization reasons as far as my site is concerned, this isn’t ideal, so I can only directly display 70 of the sites included in the full list below, but you can get the full list in the form of an easily accessible PDF and Excel file. Sites that Pay $50 or More 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Local Road Safety Index. After months of planning and development, AXA and Road Safety Analysis, which independently collated and analysed hundreds of thousands of pieces of data from a variety of sources, are delighted to launch the Local Road Safety Index 2014.
Search the Local Road Safety Index map below to find out how safe your local area is: How does it work? Our Local Road Safety Index is very simple to use. Just put your postcode into the search box, press enter, and the map will display orange pins for all the road traffic accidents that have occurred in your area between 2005 and 2013. You’ll also be able to see the schools local to your postcode – these are indicated by the blue pin markers. Just so you’re aware, it may take a few seconds to load the pins due to the sheer amount of data that the map draws from. To help decipher the map and the information within it, there’s a key below.
Law Map links. iPad app for power point. AP European History Center. FreecScientific review from Reading. Cloud Computing in Education. Book for rent. Sorties Jeunes. Bon plan: théatre pour étudiants fauchés. Hiking. Babelio - Vos livres en ligne - Connectez vos bibliothèques. Legal source. Greatest Hits of TED Videos. SM to promot music festival. Follower Wonk: Twitter analytics, follower segmentation, social graph tracking, & more. Les PPT de la semaine…
Videos/privacy related. French TV programs to watch. WIKI for Call for Papers. CBeebies Christmas Panto. 22 Free Hitchcock Movies Online. Alfred Hitchcock, the master of suspense, directed more than 50 feature films during his long career.
Today, his work is admired worldwide, and he’s considered one of our finest directors. Although many of his landmark films remain copyrighted, some of his important works, particularly his early ones, have slipped into the public domain. And so we have catalogued 16 Alfred Hitchcock films that you can watch online – completely for free. All Hitchcock films appear in our big meta collection, 1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc..
You might also particularly enjoy our collection of Free Noir Films. Spotify Classical Playlists: Naïve Vivaldi Edition + Open Vivaldi Playlist. "The Vivaldi Edition, a recording venture conceived by the Italian musicologist Alberto Basso and the independent label Naïve, is one of the most ambitious recording projects of the twentyfirst century.
Its principal objective is to record the massive collection of Vivaldi autograph manuscripts preserved today in the Biblioteca Nazionale in Turin, some 450 works. Read Featured Books: Michio Kaku: Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100. Philosophy of Law and the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Cyberlex - L'association du droit et des nouvelles technologies. Curated By Curators. YouTube on MP3. Zephoria. Travel/food. Homepage. Global Voices Advocacy » HADOPI, ACTA, Digital Economy Bill: Fro. There is increasing debate and discussion about regulatory moves in the internet sphere that have direct implications for the kind of society we want to live in and the rights we can expect to have: freedom of speech balanced against rights to privacy; centralized data gathering and storage by governments versus rights to control over personal information; rights to protection of intellectual property balanced against rights of fair use; rights to freely communicate versus protecting, for example, minors from abuses such as child pornography; and the emerging recognition of the need to break down the digital divide with a right of access to the world wide web through universal broadband access.
I have been arguing for some time that there are natural balances to be struck between these rights and proposed regulatory measures, whilst well-intended, aren't addressing them satisfactorily. France invented the graduated response with HADOPI; What does that mean exactly? Notes by zephoria - Open Access Journals.
Planned Obsolescence. Good blogs.