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The Sites We Love Right Now

The Sites We Love Right Now

Bill Gates: 13 Talks That Expanded My Worldview To stress the importance of malaria research, Bill Gates famously unleashed mosquitos on the audience in the first of his three TEDTalks. So which talks jolted him into action? When we asked Gates to curate a list of his favorites, his response was, “There are too many to pick, really.” Here, he makes an attempt. Hans Rosling: Stats that reshape your worldview Michael Specter: The danger of science denial David Christian: The history of our world in 18 minutes Melinda Gates: Let’s put birth control back on the agenda Bruce Aylward: How we’ll stop polio for good Atul Gawande: How do we heal medicine? Steven Pinker: The surprising decline in violence Nathan Myhrvold: Could this laser zap malaria Salman Khan: Let’s use video to reinvent education Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos Photosynth David Blaine: How I held my breath for 17 min. Susan Cain: The power of introverts Vijay Kumar: Robots that fly … and cooperate

The Top 100 Websites of 2012 - PC Magazine Our annual look at the best of the Web features both undiscovered and classic sites that deserve some real estate on your bookmarks tab. Have websites seen their best days come and go already? As apps—both mobile and desktop—forge ahead, OS-specific downloads may take over the way people access their data, even as the Web once seemed ready to take over for the desktop computing. But guess what? Web apps and websites are still growing more amazing every day. When we search for candidates for our list, we look foremost for sites that can appeal to just about everyone. Of course, a few of last year's undiscovered sites have become so adored that we moved them into the classics list— that includes sites like our favorite free music service, Spotify; the always hilarious Bad Lip Reading; uber-geek comic The Oatmeal; the darling of crowd-sourcing, Kickstarter; and the fast-growing virtual corkboard, Pinterest. | Entreprise 2.0 | Outils agiles | Médias Sociaux | Web The Kaizen Plan: Small Steps to Big Change Luxury Villa Amanzi, Thailand by Original Vision Studio Luxury Villa Amanzi, Thailand by Original Vision Studio The Villa Amanzi by Architect firm Original Vision Studio is a stunning modern vacation residence located in the exclusive Cape Sol on the West coast of Phuket, Thailand. Villa Amanzi is a stunning six bedroom residence with a 15m infinity pool and breathtaking views over the Andaman Sea. This luxury villa enjoys a spectacular headland location along Kamala’s exclusive Millionaires Mile and captures cool gentle breezes all year round with uninterrupted sea views from every vantage point, in one of the most breathtaking locations Phuket has to offer. The contemporary design features ultra modern architecture and interiors that combine to provide guests with the optimal environment to relax and unwind in unspoilt luxury. Photograpghy by Marc Gerritsen & Helicam Asia Aerial Photography About Richard Barker Love Interior Design & Exotic Travel? May 19, 2011 | Phuket Thailand Travel | View comments

Bono: 9 Talks That Give Me Hope When Bono accepted the TED Prize in 2005, he offered this wish: that aid to Africa not be thought of as a celebrity cause but as a global necessity. Here, he picks nine talks that express equally powerful ideas and shares why each needs to be spread. Kate Coleman: Eradication needless blindness “Kate Coleman is the quietest storm that ever blew into town. Gorgeous, dulcet tones take you through some tough and innovative thinking on how to quite quickly eradicate the scourge of needless blindness.” Seth Godin: How to get your ideas to spread “Describing a revolution in media in the most unrevolutionary terms, this talk is an understatement. Bill Gates: Innovating to zero! “I’m choosing this over his talk on malaria, which is hard for me. Wael Ghonim: Inside the Egyptian revolution “This man was standing right there when the 21st century began. Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders “Equal opportunity relationships endure longer and have better sex ...

Top 10 Best HTML5 Websites of 2012 Here are our editor's picks for the Top 10 Best HTML5 Websites of 2016 based on visual artistry, integrated sound, ease of use, and uniqueness. 1 | The Wilderness Downtown The Wilderness Downtown is an interactive music video for Arcade Fire's song ''We Used to Wait''. Visitors are asked to input the address of the home they grew up in and then the site uses Google Earth and HTML5 to create a personalized music video that takes the user on a journey back home. 2 | Heart of The Artic Heart of The Arctic takes users on an Arctic expedition/scavenger hunt through four distinct environments designed to show users the steps that would be needed to restore climate balance to the arctic region. This site perfectly showcases how Html5 can be used to create fun and educational websites. 3 | Three Dreams of Black 3 Dreams of Black uses HTML5 to promote Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi's album Rome.

Notice et Manuel d'Utilisation, Mode d'emploi, Notice Gratuite en Français Crystal Wilkerson The Best Horror Movies of 2011 [The Top 10 Released and Top 5 Unreleased] | -- A Favorite Horror Movie Blog for OVER NINE THOUSAND years running. Horror Movie Reviews and News. 2011 was a really shitty year for horror. There’s no reason to dance around it; it just sucked. Sure, some good movies managed to find release, but not nearly enough. You know it’s been a bad 12 months of genre when it’s a struggle to assemble a Top 10 filled with films that leave any kind of a significant mark– and even then, several are just unreleased films from 2010. The Best Horror Movies of 2011 10. The latest from May director Lucky McKee isn’t for everyone. 9. I’ve taken a lot of flak for defending the hell out of Fright Night, but I’ll take everything the haters have got if it means at least one more person gives this smart, unique remake a shot. 8. Seconds Apart is the most interesting flick After Dark Horror films has ever been involved with. 7. Troy Nixey’s directorial debut isn’t a grand slam (only the top two films on this list are), but it’s a creepy, freaky little funhouse filled with slick camera work and devilish blend of macabre fantasy. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. 5. 4. 3. 2.

FUCKING HOMEPAGE - Useful Websites Here is a list of websites we have featured in the past that might come in handy. Remember to set as your start page if you haven’t already. Educational/Learning – Useful and educational links updated daily. Set it as your homepage and forget about - video lectures on just about any - lectures by smart - for every educational website or useful web app out - classroom - expand your vocabulary while feeding the - a collection of geography - timed math - the best short - learn about - turn a Wikipedia article into a - a collection of intellectually stimulating - a place to learn amazing and unusual historical and scientific facts Learn Skills Useful Web Apps Entertainment - Music, Movies, Sports, Books

Best Websites The internet is a big place, with a lot of content. Over one billion websites at the time of writing. With the web constantly changing, it’s hard to keep track of which sites have the best content and resources. To help make things easier, we’ve compiled this enormous list of the best websites on the internet, split into their relevant categories. The websites on this list are those that we consider to be the best: genuinely useful, top-of-the-line sites (not apps) where you’ll find what you need. Categories: Movies | Music | News | Shopping | Productivity | Learning | Social | Search | Online Privacy | Browsing | Finance | Books | Software | Files Movies Netflix Currently around a third of all internet packets sent are Netflix packets. Hulu TV streaming service Hulu isn’t appreciated as much as it should be. Amazon Prime Instant Video Amazon’s video streaming service isn’t as elegant as Netflix’s, but if you have Amazon Prime, it comes as part of your package. Rotten Tomatoes IMDb ScreenRant

netpublic | In-FORMATION :)) Web et Logiciels L’informatique a une Histoire tout comme l’Internet dont on peine aujourd’hui à trouver des sites de référence faisant un travail d’information et de vulgarisation… pour mieux comprendre ce qui forge le numérique aujourd’hui. Le portail Histoire CIGREF est l’un des rares portails en France qui traite de l’Histoire de l’informatique et de l’Internet. Créé et mis à jour par le CIGREF (Club informatique des grandes entreprises françaises), ce site a la particularité de rendre disponible en ligne les archives de l’association et de balayer un vaste champ d’informations sur cette thématique en ayant soin de les expliciter pour un public néophyte que ce soit en images, en textes et en témoignages. (suite…)

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