Watch Redes 157: El aprendizaje social y emocional: las habilidades para la vida. A List of 20 Free Tools for Teachers to Create Awesome Presentations and Slideshows. Below is a list of some of the best free tools teachers and students can use to create awesome slideshow and presentations. 1- KnovioKnovio gives life to static slides and with a simple click you will be able to turn them into rich video and audio presentations that you can share with your friends and colleagues via email or popular social media websites.
Knovio does not require any software installation or download, it is all web based. 2- AheadAhead is a great presentation tool for educators. It works in such a way that it instantly transforms your layouts into a zooming presentation. Check it out its is great. 3- HelloSlideHelloSlide is a cool web tool that allows its users to create awesome slides together with voice narration. 4- JuxJux is one of the best showcase for your stories. World Science Festival. Mapping Wikipedia. We are all one (Subtitulado Español)
Futurist. Futurism. Singularity-Emergence A.I. Science. Transhuman/futurism. Eric Giler hace una demostración de la energía eléctrica inalámbrica. Internet Traffic is now 51% Non-Human. So you thought the Internet was made by and for people?
Think again. A study by Incapsula, a provider of cloud-based security for web sites (mind you where this data comes from), concludes that 51% of all Internet traffic is generated by non-human sources such as hacking software, scrapers and automated spam mechanisms. While 20% of the 51% non-human traffic is’ good’, the 31% majority of this non-human traffic is potentially malicious. The study is based on data collected from 1,000 websites that utilize Incapsula’s services, and it determined that just 49% of Web traffic is human browsing. 20% is benign non-human search engine traffic, but 31% of all Internet traffic is tied to malicious activities. 19% is from ” ‘spies’ collecting competitive intelligence,” 5% is from automated hacking tools seeking out vulnerabilities, 5% is from scrapers and 2% is from content spammers.
Presumably these numbers will only rise. Thanks Bruce. Change of Shift: Vol. 5, Number 5 // Emergiblog. September 2, 2010, 4:42 pm Welcome to Change of Shift!
Boy, that was a fast two weeks! For those who don’t follow me on Facebook, I’m a little slow on the computer front as I am recovering from Lasik – please excuse any typos that have made it through my blurry proof-read. Also – I have discount codes for BlogWorld/New Media Expo 10, so if you are planning on attending the second annual Social Health track (and you should!!) , shoot me an email via the “Contact” button. Time to dive in…. Editor’s pick: Haste posted at New Nurse Insanity: Fundus Chop!. The Muse, RN has heard “…why isn’t she a doctor?” My heart goes out to Keith at Digital Doorway. Will is finishing nursing school and celebrating his blogiversary. The nursing profession is “graying”, but are you even remotely ready to retire? Welcome new nurse blogger Joni to Change of Shift!
Talk about a segue made in heaven! SIN Graph - Countdown to SIN Logarithmic. Chart Countdown to Singularity, Events expressed as Time before Present (Years) on the X axis and Time to Next Event (Years) on the Y axis, Logarithmic Plot Page 17, Linear Plot page 18.
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Web 2.0. The Macrosite for News, Analysis, and Opinion about the Future of the Internet. Future Scenarios. What Will The Internet Look Like In 10 Years?
The Internet Society engaged in a scenario planning exercise to reveal plausible courses of events that could impact the health of the Internet in the future. While obviously not intended to be a definitive overview of the landscape or all potential issues, we believe the results are interesting and, we hope, thought-provoking. We are sharing them in the hope that they will inspire thought about possibilities for the future development of the Internet, and involvement in helping to make that happen in the best possible way.
Future Scenario Resources Besides viewing the video scenarios below, you can: Common Pool Scenario Link to transcript of video Positive “generative” and “distributed & decentralised” properties. Boutique Networks Scenario Link to transcript of video Moats and Drawbridges Scenario Link to transcript of video Porous Garden Scenario Link to transcript of video.