The National Gallery, London New International Version (NIV Bible) - Version Information - Bi Version » New International Version Go to: Version Information | Copyright Information| Bible-Book List Version Information The New International Version (NIV) is a completely original translation of the Bible developed by more than one hundred scholars working from the best available Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts. The initial vision for the project was provided by a single individual – an engineer working with General Electric in Seattle by the name of Howard Long. For 10 years, Long and a growing group of like-minded supporters drove this idea. A self-governing body of fifteen biblical scholars, the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) was formed and charged with responsibility for the version, and in 1968 the New York Bible Society (which subsequently became the International Bible Society and then Biblica) generously undertook the financial sponsorship of the project. The 2011 update to the NIV is the latest fruit of this process. Copyright Information Used with permission.
Better Learning with ICT - Online Communities in the Classroom | Teachers TV PHOTOGRAPHY | Carsten Witte Dyptichs The colors are faded and shapes are dimmed, diptychs by Carsten Witte are overfilled with meaning. Nudes Balancing between provocative nature of the nude photography and deep understanding of true art aesthetics. Plants What A delicate vision and perception, where a flower or plant forms some integral conception of the universal beauty. Psyche Psyche represents the whole kaleidoscope of varying aspects of female beauty - from airiness and vivacity to sensuality. Square Pure and simple like a square and at the same time as perfect as this shape is.
La plus belle histoire d'amour jamais racontée aux Hommes Amazing Stories of Openness (Open Ed Conference 2009) Alan Levine • cogdogblog.com • email@example.com Open Education Conference Vancouver August 12, 2009 cogdogblog.com/stuff/opened09 While the Open Education movement focuses on institutional issues, a large ocean exists of powerful individual accomplishments simply from tapping into content that is open for sharing and re-use. As colorful as old covers of “True Stories” magazine, this presentation shares moving, personal stories that would not have been previously possible, enabled by open licensed materials and personal networks. See how this all started at cogdog.wikispaces.com/TrueStories Theme and graphics based on the Comic Book Plus copyright free archive of True Comics (1941-1950). Bonus! The CoolIris presentation, plus all videos and links are below the fold or watch all videos via a playlist
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