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Unit Conversion - Online Unit Converter

Unit Conversion - Online Unit Converter

Outils de visualisation jean-louis zimmermann / Stock Photos Nos stratégies d'apprentissage s'élaborent en interaction permanente avec notre environnement. Et celui-ci, surtout si l'on considère sa composante numérique, est actuellement saturé d'images. Images que l'on regarde, image que l'on fabrique, avec des outils de plus en plus variés et performants. Aucun domaine n'échappe à la vogue de la visualisation des données. Nous en examinerons trois. Tout d'abord, l'enseignement et de la formation. La gestion de projet en contexte professionnel ensuite. L'activité en ligne, enfin. Ce dossier ne serait pas complet s'il ne s'intéressait aussi à l'infographie. L'infographie, info ou intox ? 22 avril 2012 L'infographie permet d'accéder à des données complexes par le biais d'une représentation visuelle facilitant la compréhension. Gephi : bâtir une communauté autour d'un logiciel Gephi est un logiciel gratuit et ouvert de visualisation des données. 24 avril 2012 Visualiser pour mieux comprendre

Unit Conversion Tool: Overview Have you ever needed to convert inches into centimeters? Did you search around for a conversion table for an hour just to find out that 1 inch equals 2.54 centimeters? Or maybe you had a tougher conversion, and you couldn't find a conversion factor for that. Unit Conversion Tool is a powerful, award-winning and easy-to-use utility for quick and accurate conversion between almost every possible unit of measure, from one system to another. The program provides a solution for anyone whose activities require them to work with quantities measured in different units. The program includes more than 2100 units in 78 categories, including length, area, speed, mass, numbers, volume, time, density, force, pressure, energy, power, flow, temperature, angle, light, fractions, data transfer, and many more! Unit Conversion Tool now supports conversions between combinations of related units. "This is a very useful program for doing all kinds of conversions.

10 Essential Tools For B2B Conference Coverage Domination Congratulations! You’ve finally convinced the boss-man that attending and covering an industry conference on behalf of your B2B company is fantastically worthwhile for a multitude of reasons. As an attendee, you’ll absorb rich information from true thought-leader s– info you can bring back to the office so the whole team stays on the cutting-edge of technologies, trends, tactics, and techniques specific to your biz. As a blogger, you’ll churn out a ton of valuable content sure to beef up your B2B publication (fresh traffic, readers, links, hooray!) and get on the radar of the conference organizers and speakers (because who doesn’t like when their genius is favorably promoted?). And lest we forget: The bevy of after-hours networking events, opportunities to mingle with industry rockstars and soak up some juicy secrets of the trade…. So yes, congratulations. But Where Do You Begin? Read on for a list of essential 10 tools that help ensure ultimate coverage and optimal experience. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Explore museums and great works of art in the Google Art Project One of the things I love about working at Google is that you can come up with an idea one day and the next day start getting to work to make it a reality. That's what happened with the Art Project—a new tool we're announcing today which puts more than 1,000 works of art at your fingertips, in extraordinary detail. It started when a small group of us who were passionate about art got together to think about how we might use our technology to help museums make their art more accessible—not just to regular museum-goers or those fortunate to have great galleries on their doorsteps, but to a whole new set of people who might otherwise never get to see the real thing up close. We're also lucky here to have access to technology like Picasa and App Engine and to have colleagues who love a challenge—like building brand-new technology to enable Street View to go indoors!

Using Piktochart: a marketing technology review A friend alerted me to Piktochart, the online Infographics creator so I thought I’d give it a try. Here’s my first impression after making two infographics, the one you see above (which took about 7 minutes) and a spoof Content Marketing Strategy infographic I cranked out last week and shared on Pinterest (yes, it did get shared as a real infographic). What is Piktochart? It’s a quick and easy way for non-designers to create and share infographics. Why would you use it? How does it work? You can then change the ‘Mood’ using pre-made colour palettes and start editing the text, icons and images using pretty simple drag & drop editing tools. You can then export your work as a PNG file, as raw data or as HTML (Premium only). Pros Very easy for non-designers to get something basic createdFast & free Cons Alternatives Use a proper designer – you can’t beat a talented designer (like our own Jim, Luke, Joel and Mel for instance) for making your ideas come to life. Your thoughts?

Free Dingbat Fonts that you can use for PowerPoint presentations Free Dingbat Fonts that you can use for PowerPoint presentations. If you are looking for free font resources that you can use for your presentations then here we will list a few dingbat fonts that you can download and use in your slides. However, you should be aware in advance that if you plan to share the presentation between different machines you need to embed the font in PowerPoint file (which will increase the output .ppt size) or even share the font with the other computer. Dingbats are a special type of fonts containing decorative symbols. Glyphyx (OTF) Glyphyx is a good collection of dingbat icons that you can download with different icons like weather icons (ice, hot, air conditioning icons), digits from 1-10, printing or mailing icons, star dingbat and arrows. Notice (OTF) Nice collection of dingbat notice icons that you can download with numbers (digits), icons like ice, hot and other weather icons, recycle icons, world and globe icons, etc. Symbolix Dingbat (TTF) Loading ...

Hear Ye Hear NYT We get it. You’re busy. In fact, you shouldn’t be wasting time reading this email. Instead, you should have someone read it to you. So copy this link and paste it into SoundGecko, a new site that converts any Web article into a spoken-word MP3.... But if opening SoundGecko’s homepage is too many steps, email the link to go@soundgecko.com or install the service’s Chrome extension for one-click convenience. In a few short minutes, you’ll receive an email with a link to your now-robot-narrated news. There’s no registration necessary, though if you create an account you’ll be able to sync SoundGecko to your DropBox and Google Drive accounts as well as use the service’s iPhone app. Now back to work.

10 Tools to Tell What’s Hot Today (Right Now Even)! Are you afraid that you’re missing out on an important event? Concerned that you won’t know what’s being discussed around the water cooler tomorrow? Worried that something is happening in the world right now that you don’t know anything about and that you’re missing out on some very lucrative keyword opportunities? Worry no more! Here is a list of 10 tools that will help you stay in the know—from hot keywords that searchers are using on Google to what’s trending on Twitter or Facebook and what’s going viral on YouTube this very moment. 1) Google Trends Compare two or more keywords to see which has a higher search volume and how searches change over time. 2) Google Trends Hot Searches This displays a list of the top 20 searches for any given day. 3) Google Trends for Websites Enter in a URL and see what else that site’s visitors are searching for, along with other sites they have visited. 4) Google Insights for Search 5) Wordtracker Top Keywords 6) TweetStats 7) Trendsmap 8) Like Button

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