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Walter H. G. Lewin - Center for Future Civic Media A native of The Netherlands, Professor Lewin received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Delft (1965). In 1966, he came to MIT as a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Physics and was invited to join the faculty as an Assistant Professor later that same year. He was promoted to Associate Professor of Physics in 1968 and to full Professor in 1974. Pivot Table Tutorial Panorama is leading a BI 3.0 revolution and a creation of a new generation of BI solutions that enable organizations to leverage the power of Social Decision Making and Automated Intelligence to gain insights more quickly, more efficiently, and with greater relevancy.

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TV Studio in a Box Enables Long-Tail Television If you were impressed when manufacturers began putting home theaters in boxes, wait until you feast your eyes on NewTek’s TriCaster, which packs an entire live television production studio into a comparable cube of space. With minimal training, anyone who can operate a computer can use it to broadcast professional-quality live video over the internet or on television. "It’s basically a live TV truck in a backpack," said Philip Nelson, NewTek senior vice president of strategic development. "It’s being used by everyone from the NBA [Development League], to Fox Sports, to Fox News.

Wibbitz Raises Seed Funding To Turn Articles Into Video Summaries Wibbitz, a new service that functions as sort of a “play button” for the Web, has just raised a seed round of approximately half a million. The service is similar to former TechCrunch Disrupt winner Qwiki, in that it, too, automatically generates videos on the fly using the content found on a given website. But unlike Qwiki, Wibbitz is positioned as a tool designed specifically for publishers who want to provide an easy-to-digest video summary of an article or articles’ content. Disclosure: Roi Cathy, who has written for TechCrunch over the past 5 years, is an investor in Wibbitz via Initial Capital, where he’s a Managing Partner. SOS Elite Media Productions Apr 15, 2014 02:34PM Apple cannot escape U.S. states' e-book antitrust cases: judge By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple Inc on Tuesday lost an attempt to dismiss lawsuits by state attorneys general accusing it of conspiring with five major publishers to fix e-book prices. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote's ruling paves the way for attorneys general in 33 states and territories to move forward, along with attorneys for consumers, in pursuing hundreds of millions of dollars in damages at a July 14 trial.

10 Great Movies for the STEM Classroom If you're looking to get kids excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), show them the ways that popular media uses -- and misuses -- the concepts you teach daily. Used as part of a lesson, clips from movies can reinforce topics, spark discussion, and promote new perspectives. There's still a great need to introduce kids, and especially girls, to STEM fields like neurobiology, nanotechnology, and civil engineering.

VideofyMe helps bloggers make money via a slick video platform While it’s easy for anyone to publish videos online these days, making money from them can be tough if you’re not an established name drawing in a large audience. That’s where Swedish startup VideofyMe aims to help out. The Stockholm-based service has already signed up 42,000 independent bloggers in Sweden, allowing them to monetize through preroll ads inserted into every video they publish on the platform.

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