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Open Culture Documentary Tube – Watch Documentaries Online for FREE How to Create a Time-Lapse Movie with Google Street View This tutorial describes how you can quickly create a time-lapse movie using Street View imagery from Google Maps and publish it to YouTube in HD. I made a short time-lapse movie today using Street View images from Google Maps and playing them all in a quick sequence with some background music. The end result, as you may have noticed in the video, is quite similar to the view that you would get if you were actually driving on that road while sitting inside the Street View car. This may have some practical uses. For instance, you can create a time-lapse of the route between the airport and your business, add voice narration to mention the important landmarks on that route, and people are then less likely to call you for directions. To get started, you would obviously need hundreds of Street View images. Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. That’s it.

Free video lectures,Free Animations, Free Lecture Notes, Free Online Tests, Free Lecture Presentations Make a Video Online. GoAnimate Zaption - Interact With Video Meteor Multi Track Recorder on the iPad: The program features up to 12 tracks of high quality audio, a built in mixer, Virtual Intruments and multi-effects processor. MeTeoR is ideally suited for creating musical compositions, and also a great tool for jo Meteor is a digital multi-track recorder, DAW, designed specifically for the iPad. The program features up to 16 tracks (24 with In-App) of high quality audio, a built in mixer, Virtual Instruments and multi-effects processor. Meteor is ideally suited for creating musical compositions, and also a great tool for journalists and business people who need to splice and piece together voice notes, narration or dictation. Compositions once mixed can be exported to standard file formats for use on your desktop PC or MAC. Meteor includes a fully featured sound editor allowing recordings to be trimmed or spliced together. You can apply various effects to your recordings either directly, as part of the recording process or in real time during playback. The Mixer and effect levels can be fully automated using definable controller tracks. Key Features: Export each track individually during a mixdown. Meteor now supports simultaneous multiple channel audio recording. "Fantastic update. Most Excellent

Five-Minute Film Festival: 9 Videos on News Literacy In our increasingly information-saturated society, it can be challenging for young people (or any of us!) to sort fact from fiction in journalism. We get news from all directions, at all times, on multiple channels; citizen reporting competes with major corporate conglomerates for our attention and our trust. As we get ready to celebrate News Engagement Day on October 6th, what can you do to help your students become more critical consumers of news media? Video Playlist: Truth and The News Watch the player below to see the whole playlist, or view it on YouTube. How to Choose Your News - Damon Brown (04:49) This excellent video primer from TED-Ed explains how to find and consume your news thoughtfully and with the least chance of being manipulated. More Resources on News Literacy I'm sure you're convinced at this point that our need for news literacy is ever-increasing as the volume of content we consume from all different sources grows.

Download | Popcorn.js Download Popcorn.js 1.5.6 Popcorn.js is made-up of a core JavaScript library, and many plugins. You can download the core library by itself, get the core with plugins, or visit the build tool in order to create a customized Popcorn.js with select plugins. The stand-alone Popcorn.js core library (i.e., no plugins): Full Debug Version: popcorn.jsMinified Release Version: popcorn.min.js The Popcorn.js core library, plus all official plugins in one complete file: Full Debug Version: popcorn-complete.jsMinified Release Version: popcorn-complete.min.js Beta: The Popcorn.js core library, plus IE8 shim, flash player support, and the YouTube player: Full Debug Version: popcorn-ie8.jsMinified Release Version: popcorn-ie8.min.js You can download the entire project in either zip or tar formats from Git. You can find the project on Github here, or clone it with Git by running: $ git clone

Geeking the Keynote Tweet cc licensed flickr photo shared by Jacob Whittaker UPDATE (Sep 21, 2013): These instructions are a bit dated– see the updated instructions. Last year I used for the first time a nifty AppleScript that allows you to embed a code in the notes of your Keynote presentation that will trigger a twitter message with the text you want. Sure it is canned, but if you are wanting to trigger a response tied to your talk, or just want to have updates done in case your audience is too lazy to tweet for you, it was perfect. This script no longer works, see below. Well, until the “oauthpocalypse“, when Twitter changed the way third party apps could use the service. It’s like what many other web apps do- flickr has done it maybe the longest, but you of course have to be logged into your account to grant access by an outside entity, so you are not sharing your passwords with BillyBob’s Twitter Wangdoodle app. Alas, this killed the Keynote Tweet tool, which used the older basic authentication. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6.

digital scholarship Bloggers, or anyone who maintains an online profile, have an ambiguous relationship with visitor stats and data. On the one hand we like to dismiss them as meaningless, but then secretly feel chuffed when we can outscore someone. I've tried to promote them as one way of measuring impact, but with the caveat that context is important. For instance, if you're a blogger in a relatively obscure area, such as Barry Town football club, then your range is limited and unlikely to compare in absolute numbers with, say, a blog reviewing Apple products. I recently passed 300,000 views on this blog, over about 700 posts - that's not as exciting as it might sound as I've been going since about 2006. My friend Liam says he gets about 200K a year on his mobile tech blog. Slideshare - 220,000 views over 6 years on 59 presentationsBlipfoto - 92,000 views over 420 entriesFlickr - 49,000 views over 1,140 photosCitations on academic articles - 1,620 (according to Google)

5 Exciting Innovations That Will Change Computing in 2012 The mouse, having played its role in the transformation of the personal computer, is now almost outdated. If you think about it, when the mouse was first invented in the 1960s, computers were unrecognizable from the sleek, sophisticated devices we use today. So has the mouse had its day? Technical innovations are incoming in the next year or so that promise to bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds like never before, whether that's controlling your computer with gestures, opening programs with your eyes or extending the menu options for touchscreens with wearable devices. Take a look through our gallery of interesting innovations in the computing world. Event Information Our annual destination conference, Mashable Connect, brings our community together for three days to connect offline in an intimate setting at the Contemporary Resort at Walt Disney World®. To keep Mashable Connect as intimate as possible, only a limited amount of tickets are available.

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