Self-hacking / life-blogging / quantified-self & “Moodscope” From program description: “a group of ‘self-hackers’ in London who use the very latest technology to log information about their lives. Are they just data obsessives or can there be positive results?
Cubelets: Modular Robot Toy-Kit Cubelets is the name of the very first product of “Modular Robotics” – a spin-off from the famous “robot”-Carnegie Mellon University. It is a kit of free combinable, small robot modules. The website goes: By combining sensor, logic and actuator blocks, young kids can create simple reconfigurable robots that exhibit surprisingly complex. This project looks really interesting and the just moved beyond the first beta-testing phase. I also somehow doubt the “young kids” in that project.
Part 1: The essential collection of visualisation resources This is the first part of a multi-part series designed to share with readers an inspiring collection of the most important, effective, useful and practical data visualisation resources. The series will cover visualisation tools, resources for sourcing and handling data, online learning tutorials, visualisation blogs, visualisation books and academic papers. Your feedback is most welcome to help capture any additions or revisions so that this collection can live up to its claim as the essential list of resources. This first part presents the data visualisation tools associated with conducting analysis, creating effective graphs and implementing business intelligence operations.
Blog The Infographic Battle IC14nl 2014-03-14 - Nicholas Felton Create your own mind maps at MindMeister Yael de Haen Create your own mind maps at MindMeister Geert en Frederik Create your own mind maps at MindMeister Frederik Ruijs | | Nieuws Nicholas Felton workshop: limited seatings! The Solar system: Explore Your Backyard First off, I would like to give everyone a HUGE 'Thank you!' for their truly amazing kindness. It’s thanks to people like you that this project has been able to get on its feed and really get that last push to get it done.
Self Data Ownership – How It Relates To Living Our Life-Purpose « Ecology of Mind The following text is a “Reply” at the LinkedIn Discussion Group: Data Ownership In The Cloud. I started this particular discussion titled: ““Give Me My Data Back!” or “I want to SEE My SELF, so give me my data back, please.” in November 2009 and it produced a lively discussion. Reza Ali C++, code art, GUI, Inspiration, iOS, iPad, ofxUI, open source, OpenFrameWorks, OpenGL, Special Effects, Technology, UI Design, User Interface Algorithmic, Art, C++, code art, Computational Design, Design, Generative, GLSL, Graphic Design, Gray Scott, Inspiration, ofxUI, OpenFrameWorks, OpenGL, Prototyping, Reaction Diffusion, Reza, Simulation, Visualization, Visuals Algorithmic, C++, Computational Design, Design, EDM, Freelance, Generative, ofxUI, OpenFrameWorks, OpenGL, Particles, production, Reza, Simulation, Special Effects, Technology, vfx, Visuals, VJ
Service-learning Service learning is a method of teaching that combines classroom instruction with meaningful community service. This form of learning emphasizes critical thinking and personal reflection while encouraging a heightened sense of community, civic engagement, and personal responsibility. The Community Service Act of 1990, which authorized the Learn and Serve America grant program, defines service learning as: Service learning offers students immediate opportunities to apply classroom learning to support or enhance the work of local agencies that often exist to effect positive change in the community. The National Youth Leadership Council defines service learning as "a philosophy, pedagogy, and model for community development that is used as an instructional strategy to meet learning goals and/or content standards."  "Service learning is a method of instruction in which classroom learning is enriched and applied through service to others” (Florida Department of Education).
Overview This tutorial is for Processing 2+. If you see any errors or have comments, please let us know. This tutorial is adapted from the book, Visualizing Data by Ben Fry, O'Reilly 2007. Babe Ruth: Rare and Unpublished Photos In April 1947, the most famous and, arguably, most beloved ballplayer of all-time was honored at Yankee Stadium on “Babe Ruth Day.” Sixty-thousand fans filled The House That Ruth Built to pay tribute to a player who, even then, had already transcended the sport and become not merely a national icon, but an international star — a man whose eye-popping numbers (714 career home runs, more than 2,800 hits … a .342 lifetime batting average, fer chrissake!) and larger-than-life personality captivated grown-ups and kids, alike. Here, 65 years after Ruth’s Aug. 16, 1948, death, LIFE.com presents pictures made by photographer Ralph Morse — including many photos that were never published in LIFE — from Babe Ruth Day at the old Yankee Stadium, as well as from the Babe’s last public appearance a year later, in June 1948, mere months before he died. LIFE magazine, meanwhile, in its May 12, 1947, issue, reported on Babe Ruth Day thus: