Enable Tab Browsing In Windows Explorer with Clover If you have to work with many opened folders, your desktop can get a little messy. Finding the folder you want from one open window to the next will be a nightmare. It’s no surprise that some of us prefer the tab setup like how it is on the Chrome browser. It’s easier to navigate through, locating, opening and closing tabs as required. Actually, you can have that feature with a little help from Clover.
Augmented reality: the next generation Mobile augmented reality (AR) was a favorite of the tech press in 2009, a year that saw the unveiling of mobile AR browsers from Wikitude, Layar and Metaio. Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look at the current state of the technology and where it will go from here. Mobile AR browsers currently work by using a combination of the mobile phone’s camera, compass and GPS data to identify the user’s location and field of view, retrieve data based on the geographical coordinates, and overlay that data over the camera view. Education Industry Campaign Finance & Lobbying Trends A 10-Year Trend in Spending by the Education Industry Since 1989, spending by the education industry to fund election campaigns and lobbying activities has continuously increased. Also of note is the large disproportional level of spendings on campaigning versus lobbying efforts. The chart below tracks spending reported through 2011. Campaign Contribution Breakdown: 1989 - Current Election Cycle
Philips Launches Augmented Reality-Based "TV Buying Guide" App Philips has launched a TV Buying Guide app that uses augmented reality to help determine how Philips TVs will look in users' rooms. When it comes to buying TVs in stores, the problem is naturally that it’s difficult to tell how the TV will look where it’s actually going to go while in the store. TV manufacturer Philips has made a TV Buying Guide app to help potential TV buyers figure out what Philips TVs will look like in their living room or other space where it will go.
Android app can recognize a person, pull up his status updates Imagine you’re at a conference and want to know something about the people around you. A new mobile application called Recognizr can identify a person’s face via your phone camera and deliver not only profile information about that person but also show you their latest status updates. Swedish computer vision specialists Polar Rose combined forces with interface designers TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) to create the Recognizr as a prototype application for Android phones to show off Polar Rose’s mobile face recognition library. Intel® and AMD® Processor Guide | Research Center | Toshiba Laptops, Netbooks & Accessories Intel® mobile processors Whether you’re a basic user sending email or an extreme gamer immersed in intense online action, great mobile computing starts with an Intel processor inside. From the reliability of Atom™ to the high performance, great battery life and advanced connectivity of Intel® Core™ i7 processor technology, Intel’s processors give you the freedom to do everything while you go almost anywhere. 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Visibly smart performance starts here Whether it’s HD or 3D, multitasking or multimedia, this processor can handle it all. Its top-of-the-line adaptable speed and responsiveness make the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor the ideal choice for visibly smart performance at its best.
Most augmented reality companies not doing augmented reality? Forrester Research just released a new report on mobile augmented reality (AR) that says few companies are delivering “real” augmented reality (AR) today. Augmented reality overlays digital information over your view of the physical world in a mobile device’s camera view, as pictured left. It currently works by using a combination of the mobile phone’s camera, compass, GPS data and other sensors to identify objects in the field of view, retrieve relevant data and overlay that data over the camera view.
Essay:Examples of Conservative Bias This article is in response to the liberal bias article on Conservapedia. It was actually started on Conservapedia by user SebastianValmont but was not completed because the user was blocked, presumably for his liberal views. Christine Comer was fired from her job as Texas Science Director simply for believing in the Theory of Evolution. This was not even mentioned on Conservapedia due to their conservative bias.  Examples of Conservative Style
Marketing Associations Below are some useful links to Industry Associations and events. Click on each organisation's banner or logo to access their website and obtain further information: The AMI represents professional marketers throughout Australia, including practitioners from all marketing functions and industries. The Institute has established strong links with business, academia and government to become the voice of the marketing profession.