Cultura Digital - Andre Deak - Wikiversidade Aqui, a coleção de páginas sobre cultura digital das aulas do professor Andre Deak na ESPM, FAAP, PUC e outros lugares. Comunicação Digital Aula para turma de jornalismo ESPM. Ementa Facilitar a reflexão sobre as tecnologias digitais, a cibercultura e suas interfaces com a comunicação, e experimentar recursos tecnológicos para a construção de projetos colaborativos. Cenário midiático contemporâneo. Conceito de digital. Link: Arenas Digitais I Aula para turma de publicidade na ESPM. Ementa Cenário midiático contemporâneo. link: Arenas Digitais II Aula para turma de publicidade na ESPM Ementa Processo de inovação criativa aplicada ao meio digital. link:
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Practice Exams The Sochi Project - The Summer Capital Meatballs with cream three times a day The train journey from places like Murmansk and distant Siberia takes several days. In the early spring, summer and autumn hundreds of thousands of Russians flock to Sochi to spend time in a sanatorium. The majority of visits are organised through municipalities, factories, employers or unions but individual bookings are on the rise. The train journey from places like Murmansk and distant Siberia takes several days. Coast of Sochi Sochi region... Notes in treatment diary. The all-inclusive holiday could have been invented in Sochi. The all-inclusive holiday could have been invented in Sochi. Bandits from Moscow Viktor Alexeevich on the private beach of sanatorium Metallurg. On the small private beach, at the bottom of a steep staircase where our putyovkas are checked, we meet Viktor Alexeyevich. Siraj Sartakati “Don’t you find it terribly boring here?" “Don’t you find it terribly boring here, with all those old people and outdated treatments?”
BBC Learning English - Course: English My Way / Unit 15 Alphametic Puzzle Generator This page will allow you to search for alphametic puzzles (for a description of what they are and for some examples, see my alphametics page) among a group of words. These puzzles are rare, but given a number of words to use, it's not unusual to find one or two. I've also written a web-based solver for these puzzles. The generator will search for puzzles among all the permutations of the words given and find all puzzles conforming to the specified parameters. You need to enter at least three words (two if you allow duplication), or there won't be enough options for summands and a sum. Try searching among all of the names in your family, or terms related to a hobby, or something you're interested in. Note: The C program I wrote to search for these puzzles is very fast, however, a large enough list of words (15 to 20 or so) can bog it down. Example: Look for puzzles among the names of the planets where the word 'planets' is the sum. Use base 10, set minimum summands to 2 and maximum to 9.
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Beyond the UX Tipping Point By Jared M. Spool Originally published: Nov 12, 2014 Surprisingly, few are talking about what could be the biggest user experience story of 2014: The introduction of the Disney Magic Band. Once activated, park Guests use the Magic Band to gain access to the park, get in priority queues for the attractions, pay for their purchases at the concession stands, and even get into their hotel room. Each family member has a wearable band with GPS and radio transmitters that track each other’s location in the park. The result is an extremely delightful vacation experience. No Compromises on the Users’ Experience To make the Magic Band work, Disney had to wire an entire new infrastructure into its parks. One billion dollars is a lot of money, but it’s easy to see how all these changes added up quickly. But they didn’t compromise. Just a decade ago, Disney was struggling to provide great online experiences. The Journey to Beyond the UX Tipping Point Startups Have the Tipping Point Advantage
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Alphametic Puzzles Table of Contents An alphametic puzzle (also sometimes known as a cryptarithm) is a type of puzzle where words are put together into an arithmetic formula such that digits can be substituted for the letters to make the formula true. Here are two examples, the first being one of the simplest and the second being probably the best known alphametic puzzle: In the first, I = 1, B = 9, and L = 0. There are two rules that must be followed for solutions: The leftmost letter can't be zero in any word. Around the time I finished graduate school (in computer science) I wrote a program to solve addition alphametic puzzles. I've found lots of valid puzzles, but I've only listed the ones here that were at least a little more interesting than random related words. All of the puzzles listed here have exactly one correct solution in base 10 (meaning the digits 0-9 are usable). If you'd like to find some of your own puzzles, try my alphametic generator. Puzzles that are sentences or phrases Long words