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What is the World Wide Web? - Twila Camp Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, a hypermedia platform that harnesses the powers of the Internet to connect anything together – people, files, ideas, communities. He wrote a book called Weaving the Web, in which he talks about the freedom that this ability to connect things together gives us. He is also the director of the World Wide Web Consortium, which does the important work of guiding the development of the web through web standards. Although Tim Berners-Lee is the father of the World Wide Web, he does not profit from it the way other inventors profit from their inventions. In fact, the Web is an open, de-centralized entity in which anyone can participate. Though web technology and the Internet can be regulated, and often is by governments, the World Wide Web is not owned by anyone.
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Research » Blog Archive In November last year, Improbable drew readers’ attention to a newly published experimental study by Gordon Pennycook (University of Waterloo, ON, Canada) et alli in the journal Judgment and Decision Making, “Reception and Detection of Pseudo-Profound Bullshit”. We can now report that the same journal has published a rejoinder, in the form of a commentary by Dr Craig Dalton, [pictured] (who is a Conjoint Senior Lecturer at the School of Medicine and Public Health, The University of Newcastle, Australia.) It’s entitled : Bullshit for you; transcendence for me.
Khan Academy Overview of cultural contributions of Classical Greece. Golden Age of Athens. Age of Pericles. Watch the next lesson: Missed the previous lesson? Animations Allen Hoe served as a combat medic during the Vietnam War, and his two sons continued his legacy of service. His oldest son, Nainoa, eventually became a first lieutenant infantry officer with the Army's 3rd Battalion. In January 2005, while leading his men through Mosul, Iraq, Nainoa was killed by sniper fire. He was 27. On Memorial Day that same year, Allen traveled to Washington to honor Nainoa's memory, and it was there that he had a chance encounter a stranger that brought them both unforeseen comfort.
SmarterEveryDay Twitter SmarterEveryDay Loading... Garlic Soup Made With 52 Cloves of Garlic Can Defeat Colds, Flu and Even Norovirus Forget the flu shot. A soup based on more than 50 cloves of garlic, onions, thyme and lemon will destroy almost any virus that enters its path including colds, flu and even norovirus. As we sneeze and cough our way through these dark months of contagious nasties, garlic is being hailed for its powers to halt viruses in their tracks. It has gained its reputation as a virus buster thanks to one of its chemical constituents, allicin. A recent and significant finding from Washington State University shows that garlic is 100 times more effective than two popular antibiotics at fighting disease causing bacteria commonly responsible for foodborne illness. When the garlic is crushed, alliin becomes allicin.
TEDx Talks Musician Scott Mescudi, aka Kid Cudi, returns to his high school to talk about growing up and his career path in the music industry. Born Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi in Cleveland, Kid Cudi began rapping while attending Shaker Heights High School and later Solon High School. In 2004, Kid Cudi moved to Brooklyn, NY to pursue his rap career. He released his first mixtape, “A Kid Named Cudi,” in 2008. The mixtape earned Kanye West’s attention, leading him to sign Cudi to his GOOD Music imprint. As an up-and-coming artist, Cudi contributed hooks and lyrics to songs by West and Jay-Z, including “Heartless,” “Paranoid” and “Already Home.”
A Handful of Ways to Display YouTube Videos Without "Related" Content Advertisements and "related" videos in the right hand side of a YouTube page can contain some content that you don't want to accidentally project when showing a video to students. Here are some ways to project YouTube videos in your classroom without showing YouTube's sidebar content. Watchkin is a service that allows you to watch and project YouTube videos without seeing the related sidebar content typically seen on YouTube.com. Watchkin can be used in a few ways. You can enter the direct URL of a video into Watchkin to have the sidebar content removed. You can search for videos through Watchkin and have family-friendly results displayed (if a video appears that is not family-friendly Watchkin has a mechanism for flagging it as inappropriate).
THNKR Subscribe to THNKR! 359,122 views 3 years ago Created and produced by @radical.media, THNKR gives you extraordinary access to the people, stories, ideas that will change your mind. 10 things to expect from Eurovision’s first U.S. broadcast. Photo by MAJA SUSLIN/TT/AFP/Getty Images This Saturday, the Eurovision Song Contest is being aired in the U.S. for the first time, and anyone whose idea of Europop is “99 Luftballons” or Daft Punk or even Giorgio Moroder, lower your expectations now. If you’ve ever been to a hotel nightclub in the Canary Islands or watched a variety show on Italian television, you’re somewhat more prepared for the spectacle. As subtle as Meatloaf, as restrained as Céline Dion (1988’s winner, mysteriously representing Switzerland), this is the pop that cool forgot, born from countries that never had the black American traditions of blues and spirituals to draw on. Imagine a parallel universe where the Osmonds and Bonnie Tyler (who actually represented the U.K. in 2013) were the biggest influences on U.S. popular music. As a primer—and a pointer to some possible drinking games—here’s a guide to what Americans can expect to see.
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