40+ Free Online Human Anatomy Galleries As a nurse, it can help to have a knowledge of the human body. Understanding how different systems work, and the importance they have to the body can help you better treat your patients. Additionally, the human body is very interest. The Internet offers us a chance to look at just about anything. General and Developmental Anatomy These sites offer you the chance to see images from different systems. Brain and Nervous System Learn more about the way the brain is set up, and learn about the nervous system. Brain Anatomy Images: Posit Science offers this image gallery full of images related to the brain.Anatomy of the Central Nervous System: A great gallery of different images related to the nervous system of the body.Nervous System: View different images related to the nervous system. Respiratory System Find out how the lungs and airway work. Circulatory/Cardiovascular System The heart is an amazing muscle, pumping blood through the body. Digestive System Musculoskeletal System ShareThis
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Why Facebook's Facial Recognition is Creepy - PC World Article - Tech & Gadget - MSN CA By Sarah Jacobsson Purewal I'm not sure if you've heard the news, but Facebook is officially getting super-creepy. Facebook announced Tuesday that it will be implementing facial recognition technology for all users in the next few weeks, semi-automating the photo-tagging process. Sure, you can "opt-out" of the service, but it's a pretty weak consolation. After all, opting out won't keep Facebook from gathering data and recognizing your face--it'll just keep people from tagging you automatically. The new facial recognition technology, which was announced in December but only introduced to a small test group, is basically Facebook's way of creating a huge, photo-searchable database of its users. (See Related: Facebook Facial Recognition: Its Quiet Rise and Dangerous Future ) Basically, Facebook is using facial recognition technology to "suggest" tags to users who upload photos. Sure, I guess it's easier. Ok, I know I sound a little melodramatic. - Facebook has 600 million members. Yeah.
Beyond Defaults: Transhuman Intelligence Beyond Defaults: Transhuman Intelligence Michael Anissimov Singularity Institute April 2004"The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them." - Albert Einstein A personal catchphrase of mine is: "never expect the default to be optimal!" The default situation, whether in human affairs, technological systems, or natural patterns, is always the preexisting system, which often works "satisfactorily", but only because the system itself sets our standards! We're so used to the default cluster of reference points because it's all we see. The default is the most common. In fact, don't expect anything you believe in or anything you witness to represent optimality, the best possible option. We're all only human. If we value anything at all about living, talking, thinking, or simply being, then we will care about improving the qualities that correspond to what we value, while continuing to enjoy them in the present. Qualities That Create Value
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Digitalhead Daily & [TIPS] RunAsDate lets you indefinitely extend... - StumbleUpon If you get a trial version of a program, it will generally give to a certain amount of time to try the software and evaluate it before buying. What if the software’s 3-day trial period just isn’t enough for you to be satisfied? There are a few programs out there that will let you run programs as a set date to get more out of a trial period, but RunAsDate from NirSoft seems to be the most simple out of the bunch. This utility is simple to use. Just install your trial software normally. Run it once to get settings and profiles set. To simplify the process later on, tell it to create a desktop shortcut. This could be a downside if the program actually uses the date and time for whatever purpose, but if you want everything to work properly, you might want to consider either buying the software or looking for an open source alternative. Now for the caveats. I do not condone piracy because writing software code is a job too, and the developers should get paid for their hard work.
Before I Die What matters most to you Interactive public art project that invites people to share their personal aspirations in public. After losing someone she loved and falling into depression, Chang created this experiment on an abandoned house in her neighborhood to create an anonymous place to help restore perspective and share intimately with her neighbors. The project gained global attention and thanks to passionate people around the world, over 1000 Before I Die walls have now been created in over 70 countries, including Kazakhstan, Iraq, Haiti, China, Ukraine, Portugal, Japan, Denmark, Argentina, and South Africa. The walls are an honest mess of the longing, pain, joy, insecurity, gratitude, fear, and wonder you find in every community, and they reimagine public spaces that nurture honesty, vulnerability, trust and understanding. The Before I Die book is a celebration of these walls and the stories behind them. 2011, New Orleans, LA. Cordoba, Argentina. Najaf, Iraq. Brooklyn, NY.