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Tracking the Way We Use Language

Tracking the Way We Use Language

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Home of the Book Genome Project We haven't turned on user accounts yet, which will allow you to save preferences, bookshelves, and have customized suggestions as the tools learn more about your particular tastes. If you'd like us to let you know when we roll out user accounts, enter your e-mail address below, and we'll keep you posted. Today's uniquely unique title: What BookLamp Does: Bathroom English Vocabulary - Vocabulario Inglés El Baño There are two main uses for the bathroom. One is to have a shower or bath to clean yourself. The other is to go to the toilet. When you want to clean yourself you use the shower (where you stand up) or the bathtub (where you sit in a lot of water). Almost every house has a shower. This is where you clean yourself by standing in a cubicle where water comes out of a shower head which is situated on the wall above your head.

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How to become a data visualization ninja with 3 free tools for non-programmers We noticed many times between the lines of this blog how data visualization is in the hype and how this trend is growing and growing. That’s good news guys! It’s fun and it’s … success! But as more and more people join this wild bunch we have to take care of those who are not as skilled as we are yet. Interactive fractal maps Perhaps bored with mapping real places, Google turns to the mathematical landscapes of fractal equations with JuliaMaps – all the fun of generative fractals without any of the need for downloading software (sorry, Rudy Rucker). So if you feel the need for a short dose of visual psychedelia during your lunchbreak, you’re all sorted. Turn out the lights, will you? EDIT: I’ve not tried it with the Big G’s own Chrome, but Firefox and Opera are both really struggling to handle JuliaMaps right now – it works, but it’s mad slow. Rucker’s software might be a better bet after all! Be Sociable, Share!

Books about phonetics and phonology Handbook of the International Phonetic Association: A Guide to the Use of the International Phonetic Alphabet by the International Phonetic Association Buy from: Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk A Practical Introduction to Phonetics by J. C. The 50 Most Useful English Proverbs You Should Learn Right Now Have you ever had a day at work where people said the strangest things? “The cat’s out of the bag,” a co-worker says at a staff meeting. “But it’s no use crying over spilled milk. We can still make a lot of progress today.”

A Visual History of Literary References on 'The Simpsons' From The Bell Jar to Moneyball, from Gore Vidal to Tom Wolfe, countless books and authors have guest-starred on America's longest-running sitcom 20th Century Fox With 23rd season of The Simpsons premiering on Sunday, America's longest-running sitcom is still going strong. How to measure the effectiveness of professional development activities This post on measurement on the effectiveness of professional development attracts my attention. Stephen commented in his OLDaily: And the good point he make is that the effectiveness (if you want to call it that) of a learning event isn’t measurable at the time of the event – you have to wait for the cycles to complete. The Fractory: An Interactive Tool for Creating and Exploring Fractals As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all.

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