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Immaterials: Light painting WiFi

Immaterials: Light painting WiFi

YOUrban Einar Sneve Martinussen Charte et label NetPublic En février 2015, la mission Société Numérique de l’Agence du Numérique a remplacé La Délégation aux usages de l’Internet dont le Décret a été abrogé. Depuis octobre 2003, la Délégation aux usages de l’Internet a engagé avec le programme NetPublic une action visant à fédérer les différents réseaux d’espaces publics numériques et espaces publics numériques isolés sous le méta-label de réseau « NetPublic », en coordination avec les collectivités territoriales et les réseaux dépendant des services de l’Etat. L’objectif du label NetPublic est d’identifier les lieux qui proposent une initiation et un accompagnement de la population dans la découverte des multiples usages de l’Internet, de l’informatique et des outils numériques (bureautique, domotique, ludotique, mobiles, objets connectés…) afin que chacun puisse trouver un service de proximité qui lui permette de se familiariser avec les outils numériques et leurs usages, afin de connaître leurs potentialités, et d’en maîtriser les risques.

Dear Photograph Movies mit Google Earth erstellen - Earth-Hilfe Remarque : Les fonctionnalités de création de vidéos sont accessibles aux utilisateurs des applications Google Earth Pro et Google Earth EC. En savoir plus. Vous pouvez utiliser la fonction Movie Maker de Google Earth pour enregistrer les images de la visionneuse 3D et stocker l'enregistrement dans un fichier vidéo. Une fois l'enregistrement vidéo terminé et le fichier enregistré, vous pouvez mettre ce fichier à disposition des autres utilisateurs sur un site Web, l'utiliser dans une présentation ou l'envoyer par e-mail. La fonction Movie Maker prend en charge différents formats de fichier : Vidéo Windows Media (WMV) : (Windows et Linux uniquement) ce format de fichier de sortie est compressé et optimisé pour la présentation.

Pro Domo by Yona Friedman all images are extracted from the book Pro Domo by Yona Friedman. Barcelona: Actar 2006 The understanding of Yona Friedman‘s work can be said to be disturbed by its popularity. His Ville Spatiale, just like Constant’s New Babylon, suffers from its architectural formalization that is immediately categorized as a 60′s megastructure that simply allows a second level to the existing city. Those prejudices are not helped by the fact that Yona Friedman develops a simplicity of language and of drawing (whether we are talking about his perspectives than his graphic novels) which makes him appear as a gentle naive idealist to the reader who would pass too quickly on his work (and that’s something the blogosphere definitely allows). For a very long time if you were reading French, you would probably be easily able to go further in his research; from now on, this is also easy in English, as Actar published the book Pro Domo which gathers an important amount of his texts, research and projects.

Jørn Knutsen - Designing and researching Brilliant Print Ads Show How ‘Life’s Too Short For The Wrong Job’ We have previously featured some really great print ads, but these ingenious ones from German job-hunting website jobsintown.de is certainly one of the best ones we have ever came across. Aiming to show that “life’s too short for the wrong job”, these ads are plastered on automated machines like ATMs, jukeboxes, instant photo booths and coffee machines. Featuring images of unhappy-looking people working at awful jobs, these ads make it look as if there are actual people working within the cramped confines of the machines. For instance, the ad that is placed on the side of a washing machine in a laundromat depicts a distressed woman washing clothes manually in an uncomfortable space. If you were stuck in an unattractive job that is wrong for you, you would probably be able to relate to them—see the rest of these clever ads below. [via Imgur and AllTop Holy Kaw] Receive interesting stories like this one in your inbox

Department 21 | An experimental interdisciplinary workspace at the Royal College of Art Department 21 is a project where designers, artists and architects can meet, collaborate and share working space beyond the institutional boundaries of their own disciplines. Department 21 was set up in 2009 when a group of students at the Royal College of Art, London initiated an experimental cross-departmental studio space, thereby engendering new discussions and ways of working than had been seen in recent years at the college. Emerging from an institutional context in which individual authorship and outcome-driven projects are the dominant frames for creative production, the project is the result of a need for new, collaborative forms of exchange between students from different disciplines: it is a means to get in touch with other peoples’ practices (and in this way question one’s own practice), as well as being a platform to support collaboration beyond specialties. METHODOLOGY One of the key values of the project is the incidental. Text written by Department 21 & Pippa Koszerek

La e-Administration, un levier de croissance Malgré un retard à l'allumage, l'administration électronique se développe à grande vitesse en France. Au plan national comme au plan local, de multiples initiatives voient le jour. Ouf, il était temps. Dites-vous bien que l’e-administration ne se résume pas à votre déclaration d’impôt sur Internet – qui est un vrai succès, soit dit en passant. Aujourd’hui, les administrations consacrent, en moyenne, de 4 à 5% de leur budget à des dépenses liées aux nouvelles technologies, les collectivités locales, de 1 à 2%. Des investissements IT qui portent sur des logiciels RH, d’achats, de gestion des actes ou de systèmes orientés vers les citoyens. Qu’on se le dise : le poste de travail, si cher à Microsoft n’est plus l’objet de toutes les attentions. Pour autant, la vie n’est pas rose pour un éditeur de logiciel désireux de s’attaquer aux marchés publics. Aujourd’hui, tout ce petit monde est en effervescence, et le chiffon rouge qui agite nos administrations s’appelle l’intéropérabilité.

About | The Place Station What we are all about The Place Station The Place Station introduces public and private sector owners of land and buildings across the UK to social and community entrepreneurs with ideas for transforming their local area. The Community Right to Bid is now in force, introduced in the Localism Act 2011, it places a new duty upon local authorities in England and Wales to “maintain a list of land in its area that is land of community value”, as nominated by the local community. Local communities usually have strong views about which buildings and services they care about, and the mapping of community assets is likely to be of interest to a wide range of local people and groups. The Place Station provides a space where people can: The Place Station has been developed by the Asset Transfer Unit and Effusion. The Unit is led and managed by Locality, the UK's leading network for community-led organisations - in association with Community Matters and the Local Government Association.

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