FOUR CULTURE – September/October 2013 The magazine of music, literature & compelling societal views Category : Arts & Culture Language : English Content : Sounds, visions, words, voices… 104 pages Loading ... Read about previously unpublished interviews and articles with Rose Redd, Noblesse Oblige, Stephen Hues and many other artists in which their most private thoughts and their secret source of inspiration are unveiled to you. This time, Four Culture interviewed a rising star in entertainment business, Rose Redd. This young singer shared the fears and inspirations that punctuated the beginning of what looks to become a very long lasting career in showbiz. 6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2015 While doing research for my upcoming e-book, The Teacher’s Guide to Tech, I have come across dozens of tools with pretty awesome potential for teaching and learning. These six are the ones I think are the most interesting and most useful right now. Wherever you fall on the technology spectrum — from newbie to experienced user — there’s probably something here you haven’t tried yet. Although most of these tools aren’t brand-new, they are all steadily growing in popularity, and each one can enhance teaching and learning in a unique, time-saving, or engaging way. For every tool, I provide a brief overview, my personal rating of its difficulty, a video that demonstrates how the tool works, and a list of suggested ways you can use it. Turn Hand-Picked Content into Your Own Online Newspaper
La pyramide des données aux savoirs Mushon Zer-Aviv at School of Data: “Seeing is believing. When working with raw data we’re often encouraged to present it differently, to give it a form, to map it or visualize it. But all maps lie. In fact, maps have to lie, otherwise they wouldn’t be useful. Some are transparent and obvious lies, such as a tree icon on a map often represents more than one tree. Robotic 5G car can ID faces, check for fevers, and make deliveries Although U.S. school campuses have been locked down to stop COVID-19 from spreading, China is already fighting its way back from the peak of its outbreak — and actively embracing the latest mobile technologies to aid in ongoing screening efforts. This week, the Beijing Institute of Technology deployed a robotic 5G monitoring car on its campus, enabling a remote operator to safely screen visitors from afar, as well as making package deliveries. As shared in images from Chinese state-run press agency Xinhua, the vehicle is too small for an adult to fit inside, but large enough to hold a combination of packages, telecommunications equipment, and AV gear. In basic delivery mode, it can carry boxes from one location to another, opening one of four side-mounted locker doors to let people manually retrieve packages. It also has a top-mounted camera that can swivel around to look at pedestrians, identifying them via facial recognition and also thermally scanning their temperatures.
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The Pipeline - School of Data 2012-06-01 by Stefan Urbanek "We are missing data literacy" was mentioned by Tim Berners-Lee at Open Government Data Camp 2010 in London. Here we are in 2012 in Berlin, together with OKFN, P2PU and their friends preparing content of School of Data from the very beginning. Based on our lively discussions lead by Rufus Pollock, reviews by Peter Murray-Rust and Friedrich Lindenberg, I've created the the pipeline based skill map that I will talk about here. The Pipeline 9 Best GIF Creation Apps Last Updated on April 7, 2020 Graphics Interchange Format (GIFs) share a lot in common with emojis. Both make it incredibly easy to convey an emotion or explain a situation. But when it comes to adding a more realistic appeal to the message, GIFs are undeniably the better option. Not only do GIFs support color and various resolutions, but they’re also animated.