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Localingual map lets you hear people from around the world | WIRED UK Google's AI recently made Translate more powerful and capable than ever before. The cloud-based system can now accurately decipher entire sentences based on the context of the language, but while the service will give you the correct words, and for most countries an audio clip of the phrase, there'll still be regional accents and unfamiliar sounds you'll need to contest with. David Ding, a former Microsoft software engineer, has created Localingual to showcase the full range of these voices and highlight the globe's language diversity. Its premise is simple: a world map shows each country and breaks it down to regions as you zoom in. When you click on a region, if sound has been uploaded the dialect and voice from that location will play. The website launched on January 8 and has already had around 500,000 visitors recording 18,000 different voices. David Ding Since the map's launch, its potential to be abused has been highlighted.
Scavenger Hunt Clues - How to Write Scavenger Hunts Writing your own scavenger hunt clues can be a lot of fun, especially when you vary the types of clues you create throughout the hunt. These tips and ideas are adaptable for any age, theme, or event and will help spark your creativity the next time you plan a clue based scavenger hunt. Scavenger Hunt Clues Using Pictures A. Use this idea in a hunt that moves from clue to clue or create a list of pictures whose locations need to be found within a certain time period. B. You can photograph the location yourself or use any graphic that depicts the hiding location (eg. a picture of a fridge can be drawn, photographed, clipped from a magazine, or found online). Scavenger Hunt Clues Using Puzzles A. Rebus clues can be made as difficult or as easy as you wish. B. For children, it's best to include the code needed to decipher the clue along with the clue. A variation for an adult clue would be to use the numbers on a telephone. C. Scavenger Hunt Clues Using Rhymes Scavenger Hunt Clues Using Letters
Son of Citation Machine Google URL Shortener Posted by Michael Hermanto, Software Engineer, Firebase We launched the Google URL Shortener back in 2009 as a way to help people more easily share links and measure traffic online. Since then, many popular URL shortening services have emerged and the ways people find content on the Internet have also changed dramatically, from primarily desktop webpages to apps, mobile devices, home assistants, and more. To refocus our efforts, we're turning down support for goo.gl over the coming weeks and replacing it with Firebase Dynamic Links (FDL). For consumers Starting April 13, 2018, anonymous users and users who have never created short links before today will not be able to create new short links via the goo.gl console. If you have existing goo.gl short links, you can continue to use all features of goo.gl console for a period of one year, until March 30, 2019, when we will discontinue the console. After March 30, 2019, all links will continue to redirect to the intended destination.
Sweet Home 3D - Draw floor plans and arrange furniture freely INTERNET ADDICTION DISORDER. Una Review MODELLO COGNITIVO-COMPORTAMENTALE DELL'UTILIZZO PATOLOGICO DI INTERNET (PIU) di Davis R.A (1999) L'utilizzo patologico di Internet (PIU) può essere di due tipi: Specifico: include le persone dipendenti da una funzione specifica di Internet (es. materiale erotico, gioco d'azzardo, aste, ecc.). Queste forme di dipendenza sono contenuto-specifiche ed esisterebbero indipendentemente dalla presenza o meno di Internet. Generalizzato: comprende un sovrautilizzo generalizzato e multidimensionale di Internet. Davis R.A. (1999), per identificare l'eziologia della PIU, ha utilizzato un approccio cognitivo-comportamentale, in base al quale il PIU deriva da cognizioni problematiche unite a dei comportamenti che intensificano o mantengono la risposta disadattiva. Per spiegare la natura della teoria cognitiva del PIU si devono descrivere preliminarmente alcuni concetti. Inoltre, Abramson e coll. (1989) distinguono tra cause: Prossimali: cause posizionate verso la fine della catena causale. Figura 1. 1.
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