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KnowEm UserName Check - Thwart Social Media Identity Theft, chec

Plot Your Twitter Followers On A Map - MMMeeja Blog Yahoo Pipes are a pretty cool way to create mashups fast and this post will teach you how to plot your Twitter followers or friends on a map and embed it into your blog in less than five minutes! Yes, five minutes, set your stopwatch running... now! There are two pipes to choose from, one for your Twitter followers and one for your Twitter friends. The first one requires your Twitter password (and sends it over an unencrypted connection) so it might be best to try the one for your friends first. Click the link and enter your Twitter username. Can you see a map? Great! And here are the finished results: Feed viewers, to see the map, you’ll need to click through to the article. Pretty damn cool! Stop the clock!

Create Your YtDub! twiPICK - real time image search HootSuite-ultimate-Twitter-profile-management-toolbox In early April, Adam Wilson posted a status update on the social networking Web site Twitter -- just by thinking about it. Just 23 characters long, his message, "using EEG to send tweet," demonstrates a natural, manageable way in which "locked-in" patients can couple brain-computer interface technologies with modern communication tools. A University of Wisconsin-Madison biomedical engineering doctoral student, Wilson is among a growing group of researchers worldwide who aim to perfect a communication system for users whose bodies do not work, but whose brains function normally. Some brain-computer interface systems employ an electrode-studded cap wired to a computer. In collaboration with research scientist Gerwin Schalk and colleagues at the Wadsworth Center in Albany, N.Y., Williams and Wilson began developing a simple, elegant communication interface based on brain activity related to changes in an object on screen. A free service, Twitter has been called a "micro-blogging" tool.

Interface experiments for a new live report on Over the last few years I’ve worked on different live reports for different kind of festivals. I like what you can make with (almost) realtime information based on the API’s of other services. For the Urban Explorers festival in May this year I started working on a new interface. The amount of aggregated information can be overwhelming for people, so I’m looking at how can you keep it understandable for new visitors. Blip API The idea is to start working with the Blip API. I haven’t exactly figured out what it should look like, but just started to make some interfaces to see what works and what doesn’t. Last week the Next Web conference was organized in the Netherlands. The Next Hack from Wilbert Baan on Vimeo. The Next Web live video + tweets experiment – Yunoo presentation from Wilbert Baan on Vimeo. I looked at a full screen interface that could work in a pop-up or fill your entire screen. Interface Experiment 1 from Wilbert Baan on Vimeo.

Linktive 10 Youtube URL Tricks You Should Know About | Though it has some competition, YouTube remains the premier video site on the web. With a staggering amount of videos uploaded every day, some people even make a living from the service. 10 Video Sites That Are Better Than YouTube 10 Video Sites That Are Better Than YouTube Here are 10 great alternatives to YouTube, although the "better than" is obviously open to debate... Read More No matter if you’re a casual YouTube user or go looking for the craziest channels you can find, there are all sorts of ways to tweak YouTube to make it just right for you. Let’s look at some URL tricks to get more out of the service. 1. Typically, when you copy a link to a YouTube video, it starts from the beginning. You can do this in a couple of ways. Can be shared 90 seconds in using this URL: If you don’t want to use the manual method, pause the video at the time you’d like to share it at, then right-click and choose Copy video URL at current time. 2.

McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Internet-Age Writing Syllabu ENG 371WR: Writing for Nonreaders in the Postprint Era M-W-F: 11:00 a.m.—12:15 p.m. Instructor: Robert Lanham Course Description As print takes its place alongside smoke signals, cuneiform, and hollering, there has emerged a new literary age, one in which writers no longer need to feel encumbered by the paper cuts, reading, and excessive use of words traditionally associated with the writing trade. Writing for Nonreaders in the Postprint Era focuses on the creation of short-form prose that is not intended to be reproduced on pulp fibers. Instant messaging. Prerequisites Students must have completed at least two of the following. Required Reading Materials Literary works, including the online table of contents of the Huffington Post’s Complete Guide to Blogging, will serve as models to be skimmed for thorough analysis. The Writing Is on the Wall: Why Print/Reading Will Go the Way of the Pictograph Week 1: Reading is stoopid Week 2: Printing words isn’t good for the environment Week 7: Blogging

Nothing found for Archief Ecp-av-workshops-mengvoer-voor-videof Paulus Veltman sluiten Auteur: Paulus Veltman Naam : Paulus Veltman E-mail: Website: Biografie: Meer van deze auteur (127) Geschreven op: 20 April, 2009 - 17:42 Rubriek: ECP AV Workshops Donderdag en vrijdag naar The Next Web 2009 geweest? Dan heb je toch wat gemist. Kennis delen De AV Workshops zijn een initiatief van mediabedrijf ECP (European Communication Projects). Variatie In het Amsterdamse Wetenschappelijk Centrum Watergraafsmeer werd het publiek getrakteerd op ruim een dozijn presentaties. Techniek Ook de meer technische presentaties stonden in het teken van de snelle veranderingen die op dit moment plaatsvinden. Ik was zelf erg onder de indruk van het relaxte verhaal dat cameraman Robert Berger (foto hierboven) vertelde over zijn ervaringen met de RED ONE 4k camera. Wist je trouwens dat jitter een – hoorbaar – probleem met de klokfrequentie van de sampler is? Nieuwe media Ook de liefhebbers van nieuwe media kwamen aan hun trekken.