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Manual | Komodo IDE/Edit Documentation History Manual General Use Base Editor Advanced Topics Documentation Archive (older versions) © 2015 ActiveState Software Inc. Capzles: Create A Timeline From Images & Videos Advertisement There are web applications that let you create photo albums (Piacasa, Jalbum), and then there are applications that allow you to create videos and animations (Animoto, e.t.c.). However, sometimes you want something in between those, thats where Capzles come in. 10 Tips to Manage Photos Better using Google Picasa 10 Tips to Manage Photos Better using Google Picasa Read More Capzles allows you to create a timeline from captured moments of your life such as photos, videos and various other features like music and background. It doesn’t animate your photos or make a slideshow out of them. Creating a timeline is very simple. 1.Sign up at the site and click on “Create ” to create a new capzle.2.Add a title for your capzle and specify tags and categories if you want to allow people to search for your capzle. Step 3. I think it is a very good tool since it allows you to capture your moments just like they happened. Check Out Capzles @ www.capzles.com

Mémoires d'Hadrien - Entrer dans une œuvre résistante par la cartographie des lieux Outil numérique :IGN Édugéo (offre de l’Éduthèque)Niveau : expérimentation menée en classe de 1ère générale, transposable en 2de comme en 1ère technologique. Pourquoi l’entrée par la cartographie ? Au programme de 1ère générale depuis septembre 2019, Mémoires d’Hadrien apparaît souvent d’emblée comme une œuvre « résistante » dans laquelle il est difficile d’entrer. Face à cette œuvre érudite, où les éléments de reconstitution historique occupent une large place, l’une des premières difficultés est celle de la construction de l’univers de référence : une connaissance déjà relativement fine de la culture gréco-romaine ainsi que des différentes civilisations de l’Antiquité, notamment celles du Moyen-Orient, paraît nécessaire pour véritablement entrer dans ce roman. Du côté des élèves, on retrouve cette difficulté posée par l’univers de référence. Ce problème est bien entendu accentué, à l’échelle du roman, par le fait que les noms des lieux ne sont souvent plus en usage de nos jours. 1. 2.

JuxtaposeJS - Knight Lab Projects What it does JuxtaposeJS helps journalists tell stories by comparing two frames, including photos and gifs. It’s an adaptable storytelling tool that is ideal for highlighting then/now stories that explain slow changes over time (growth of a city skyline, regrowth of a forest, etc.) or before/after stories that show the impact of single dramatic events (natural disasters, protests, wars, etc.). By way of example, look at the change Sochi underwent between 2005 and 2013: JuxtaposeJS is free, easy to use, and open source. Almost anyone can use JuxtaposeJS, so long as you’ve got links to two similar pieces of media (hosted on your own server or on Flickr). You’ve probably seen similar photo slider tools elsewhere. It also offers some customization out of the box. JuxtaposeJS joins four other tools in Publishers’ Toolbox, which we hope makes the suite of tools even more useful for journalists looking for quick-to-deploy, easy-to-use storytelling tools.

Beautiful web-based timeline software Verba Incognita: A Guide to Deciphering Latin on Maps | Worlds Revealed: Geography & Maps at The Library Of Congress This is a guest post by Kelly Bilz, Librarian-in-Residence in the Geography and Map Division. Even though Latin had fallen out of vernacular use after the fall of Rome (and began to evolve into the modern Romance languages), it lived on in its written form, becoming the lingua franca, so to speak, of scholarship. In particular, western cartographers during the Renaissance used Latin in their maps, resulting in a large collection of maps in the Geography and Map Division written in this ancient language. Seeing these polysyllabic words in a long list of search results can be disorienting; fortunately, being familiar with a couple key terms can help you navigate Latin titles with ease– without having to study Latin for eight years, as I did! Mappa totius mundi : adornata juxta observationes dnn. academiae regalis scientiarum et nonnullorum aliorum secundum annotationes recentissimas. Map by Guillaume de L’Isle and Tobias Conrad Lotter, 1775. Imperium Romano-Germanicum. Learn more:

Documentation for Reclaim Hosting - GitHub Res Obscura: The Most Wonderful Map in the World: Urbano Monte's Planisphere of 1587 At some point in 1589, a Milanese cartographer named Urbano Monte made up his mind: his self-portrait needed updating. Monte carefully crouched over the section of his map that bore his self-portrait from two years earlier — close-cropped sandy hair, a trim beard, modest clothes — and pasted a new self-portrait over it. The resulting double self-portrait (Monte at 43, hidden beneath a new portrait of Monte at 45) testifies to the persistence of male pattern baldness throughout human history. It also exemplifies Monte's astonishing attention to detail. If the two years that divide Monte's self-portraits seem to have led to some lost hair and added wrinkles, we can hardly blame him. Perhaps the most striking thing about the map is the elaborate organizational schema of the 60 sheets that comprise it. And here it is in a more familiar projection: Monte's map is quite impressive as a work of continental-scale cartography. Above all, Monte's was an ocean-oriented map.

Mukurtu - Home Old-Maps - the online repository of historic maps - UK Audacity Wiki Histoire et géographie de l'Europe Printable Audacity Manual whomper wrote:a product without a *good* manual is not worth using Additional volunteers to help write the manual may sign up here: ... =Main_Page whomper wrote:how hard would it be to make that web thing printable Individual pages may be printed directly from your web browser - most browsers have a print option in the File menu. There have been printable (pdf format) versions of previous Audacity manuals and I'd guess that there will eventually be a pdf version of the current manual when it reaches a state of adequate completeness. The full manual runs to hundreds of pages, and I doubt that many people will want to print out the whole thing. whomper wrote:a search capability in the manual would almost be as good The online version has a search box on the left, under the Audacity logo. whomper wrote:just do it once The manual is still being actively worked on, so if a pdf version was created now it would be out of date tomorrow.

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