The hypothesis of this project is that with the abundance of knowledge and activity on the Internet, the ability to sort and channel external knowledge production, has become one of the most important resources for an organizations ability to evolve in our future society. But how can an organization or person generate new and useful knowledge through social networks? What drives the creation of networks and the sharing of knowledge through the social media? These are the kinds of questions what will be raised on this website through the next 3 years of research. In the hope of gaining an insight into the DNA of our Networked Society.
Innovationsstrategien - Uddannelsesministeriet. Customize your own mirror : Dezign With a Z, removable and reusable wall clings, custom mirrors for wall. Social networks. Julegave til ham - Sjov julegave til mænd. Scott Kelby Shows You How to Set Things Up Your Way in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4. Lightroom supports using two monitors, so you can work on your photo on one screen and also see a huge, full-screen version of your photo on another.
But Adobe went beyond that in this Dual Display feature and there are some very cool things you can do with it, once it’s set up (and here’s how to set it up). The Dual Display controls are found in the top-left corner of the Filmstrip (shown circled in red here), where you can see two buttons: one marked “1” for your main display, and one marked “2” for the second display. If you don’t have a second monitor connected and you click the Second Window button, it just brings up what would be seen in the second display as a separate floating window (as seen here). If you do have a second monitor connected to your computer, when you click on the Second Window button, the separate floating window appears in Full Screen mode, set to Loupe view, on the second display (as seen here).
San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Street Fair a Huge Success. Yesterday’s Haight Ashbury Street Fair in San Francisco came with sunny skies and lots of attendees.
The alcohol ban of recent years has changed the character of this event somewhat. These days, the boozy Union Street Festival might have an edge in the number of inebriated. No matter, a good time was had by all in the Haight. So, dig the colors of David Yu and look at a bunch of photos from SFWeekly. A mass of humanity: Could this man with marijuana garland be famous artist Harry Shearer trying out a new character? Hookahs! A dancing baby grooving on Haight Street: Cindy Sheehan had more than a few acolytes gathering signatures for Cindy’s windmill-tilting House campaign against Nancy Pelosi: See you next year!
Researcher October & November. Berkeley. Billed inspiration. Top 10 Places for Photography in San Francisco. One of the most common emails I get from readers is an email letting me know that they are coming to visit San Francisco and asking what I’d recommend that a visitor shoot while here on their trip.
With that in mind, I thought I’d put together a post today of what I feel are the top 10 not to be missed photographic sites to shoot while you visit. To dig deeper into some of the things to shoot in the San Francisco Bay Area I’ve set up two collections on Flickr. The first collection is called Bay Area Photographic Destinations and includes 74 different shooting sites that you might want to consider on your visit. The second collection is called The Micro Neighborhoods of the San Francisco Bay Area and covers 40 neighborhoods in the Bay Area that you might want to explore further. I’ve highlighted different views of the points of interest with links so that you can get a better idea what I’m talking about. So on with the list. #1 The Golden Gate Bridge. . #2 Alcatraz. . #3 Twin Peaks. Bonus links:
Alt om billedbehandling. Alt om filming. Linked: The New Science of Networks (9780738206677): Albert-laszlo Barabasi, Jennifer Frangos. Canon 5d (alt om) Netværk i DK. Ph.d. forsvar ved Mette Blok. About. About metaLAB is a research and teaching unit at Harvard University dedicated to exploring and expanding the frontiers of networked culture in the arts and humanities.
It is founded on the belief that many of the key research challenges and opportunities of our era— fundamental questions regarding experience in a connected world, democracy and social justice, the boundaries between nature and culture— transcend divisions between the arts, humanities and sciences; between the academy, industry, and the public sphere; between theoretical and applied knowledge. researchResearch metaLAB research brings an array of perspectives and methods to bear on substantial domains of inquiry into the role and effect of technology in the arts and humanities.
Research the animation of archives exhibitions as mode of scholarly practice installation designs that conjoin media and physical objects; interaction design for exhibitions; digital extensions of physical exhibitions; the animation of built environments.