Get Muvizu When you download and install Muvizu:Play you are required to accept an End User Licence Agreement (EULA) which concisely outlines the dos and don’ts of the commercial exploitation of footage from Muvizu:Play. But in the interests of plain language, here’s a summary of the rules: Muvizu:Play is a free trial of our software. Muvizu:Play renders animations with a watermark in the bottom left of the image and is limited to SD output. This watermarked footage may be used for educational, non-commercial and personal projects. Muvizu:Play+ is the paid for version of our software and has additional features and capabilities that are missing in the free software. Quest - Write text adventure games and interactive stories Quest lets you make interactive story games. Text adventure games like Zork and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Gamebooks like the Choose Your Own Adventure and Fighting Fantasy books. You don't need to know how to program.
Issue Preview: December 2016 with Parra Juxtapoz ends the 2016 calendar year with an artist in the midst of a significant evolution: Amsterdam-based Parra is getting looser. And more experimental. And making more sculpture work. Long associated with a unique hybrid of both skate and design-culture mixed with humor, we sat down with the Dutchman on the eve of his new solo show, "No Work Today," and talk about his long, extended weekend that he says has been going on for years. Except, you know, he's made a brand and significant art career out of it. December 20116 also features—A dedication to the career and influence of Frank Stella, as told by an emerging group of fine artists—A stupid serious conversation with Tokyo-based, Madsaki—Toro Y Moi shows us his new paintings—Parker Day shows us her face... and then her faces—We get 18k square feet of Nick Cave . . .
8 Tips to Power-Up Your Classroom Presentations Last month, I attended a Back to School Night for parents, sitting through presentation after presentation by teachers, some with slides that helped make their presentation a delight to listen to, and others . . . well, that's why I'm writing this blog post. The goal of a classroom presentation is to aid you in effectively conveying information in a way that allows students (or their parents) to remember what you said. Unfortunately, for some, the presentation becomes a crutch, and they begin to rely on the slides to tell their story, rather than to help them tell the story. I've been creating presentations using software like PowerPoint and KeyNote for 20 years, and I've learned a lot about how to most effectively communicate. Here's what I've found.
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Awesome Websites to Get Your Kids Hooked on Programming - TheITBros The success stories of people who used MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) to pick up new skills and even change careers aren’t exactly rare nowadays. You probably have heard of people learning how to code by signing up for classes on sites like Coursera, eDX, and Udacity, then leveraging the knowledge that they’ve gained to find jobs and/or internships. But what if your ten-year old kid expresses an interest in becoming a computer programmer? Penzu Privacy First Penzu was designed to focus on privacy. Unlike blogging, your entries areprivate by default! More → Share if You Want To You can share your entries via email or create a public link andshare on Twitter! More → Quick Start No need to log in to get your thoughts out.