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monochrom The theme of 2nd Creative Summer Camp is "Technology myths" - interpretations and myths about the development, use and facilities of technologies and its' place in the life of modern human and society. Myth – lies, fantasy or subjective reality? Taking into consideration that myth has been arised from human imaginations or singularity of perception about things.
The Japanese and Korean term mu (Japanese: 無; Korean: 무) or Chinese wu (traditional Chinese: 無; simplified Chinese: 无) meaning "not have; without" is a key word in Buddhism, especially the Chan and Zen traditions. The Chinese word wu 無 "not; nothing" was borrowed by East Asian Languages, particularly the Sino-Xenic "CJKV" languages of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese. The Modern Standard Chinese pronunciation wu 無 historically derives from (c. 7th century CE) Middle Chinese mju, (c. 3rd century CE) Late Han Chinese muɑ, and reconstructed (c. 6th century BCE) Old Chinese *ma. Mu (negative)
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History and Overview More than 25 years ago, leaders in the music industry joined together to establish the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation in New York City to celebrate the music and musicians that changed the world. With that, one of the Foundation’s many functions is to recognize the contributions of those who have had a significant impact on the evolution, development and perpetuation of rock and roll by inducting them into the Hall of Fame. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opened its doors in 1995 on the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Its mission is to educate visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music. It carries out this mission through its operation of a world-class museum that collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets this art form and through its library and archives as well as its educational programs.
what is a meme?
This is the definition page for “What is a meme?” The main page for The Daily Meme is http://thedailymeme.com/ People often ask, “What is a Meme?” so here’s a more than a little information on that. I pronounce it so it’s rhymes with ‘dream’; some pronounce it so it sounds like ‘mem’ (from mem-ory). First off, technically many of the sites here are not actually memes. What is a Meme? | The Daily Meme
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Facial exercises to reduce wrinkles? Humans can out-smile, out-smirk and out-glower every other animal on the planet, all thanks to an array of facial muscles lying just below the skin. The muscles flex and twitch throughout out the day whether we think about them or not. Lately, facial muscles have been getting a lot of attention.
coverprint Trends for 2009: Cloud Computing, Virtualization and BitTorrent“Profound movements in computer and Internet use.”by Jack Dunning I've selected three movements in computer and Internet use that I feel will have profound influence in the next year on how we go about computing. One year ago, I would have been hard-pressed to define any of these concepts or techniques—although they all began a number of years back. The first trend, cloud computing, is a metaphor for the evolution of the Internet in our lives—and how it is likely to continue. Virtualization, or virtual machines (not as in virtual reality), is a technique for making one computer into many. BitTorrent is a file-distribution system that is revolutionizing how software, music and videos are downloaded.
Free reports Whitepapers & studies on social media, public interest, Internet use and mobile We believe businesses, start-ups, nonprofits and grassroots organiazations shouldn’t need to spend thousands of dollars purchasing research reports. Socialbrite.org has assembled the following list of free reports bearing on the social media, public interest, technology, Internet use and mobile.