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Technology News, Advice and Features

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Kenji Kojima / RGB MusicLab RGB Experimental Music Laboratory / MacOSX and Windows Version RGB実験音楽研究所 / MacOSX版 Windows版 This application was put together Kenji Kojima's RGB Music Project studies. RGB Music Project is a composite artwork of visuals, music and technologies that converts visual data into a music in attempts to discover relation between visuals and musics. The project core is the development of software RGB MusicLab. RGB MusicLab converts RGB (Red, Green and Blue) value of an image and surface points (X, Y, Z) of 3D object to chromatic scale sounds. The program reads RGB value of pixels from the top left to the bottom right of an image.

Watch This Stop-Motion Teardown Of A 3.2L Porsche Carrera Engine Please enable JavaScript to watch this video. It’s not until you’ve seen all the bits and pieces that make up a car engine that you realise just how much of a marvel it is. Well, at least for those of us with the automotive knowledge of a teabag. Even so, regardless of your level of expertise, I challenge you not to be enthralled by this deconstruction of a Porsche Carrera engine. Put together by Matthias Hoeing of Hoeing Sportmotoren, with the help of Filmkooperation, the video shows the first part of the engine’s transformation from neglected hunk of metal to hot-rodded beauty. According to Hoeing, the plan is to increase the output by a “modest” 100hp (74.5kW).

ConversionXL Before you get out your pitchforks, I want to stress that this article does not represent Peep’s views. The easiest lies to believe are the ones we want to be true, and nothing speaks to us more than validation of the work we are doing or what we already believe. Due to this we become naturally defensive when someone challenges that world view.

50 Education Technology Tools Every Teacher Should Know About Technology and education are pretty intertwined these days and nearly every teacher has a few favorite tech tools that make doing his or her job and connecting with students a little bit easier and more fun for all involved. Yet as with anything related to technology, new tools are hitting the market constantly and older ones rising to prominence, broadening their scope, or just adding new features that make them better matches for education, which can make it hard to keep up with the newest and most useful tools even for the most tech-savvy teachers. Here, we’ve compiled a list of some of the tech tools, including some that are becoming increasingly popular and widely used, that should be part of any teacher’s tech tool arsenal this year, whether for their own personal use or as educational aids in the classroom. Social Learning

22 Websites that are Beautiful and Useful Here at WDL, we like to keep you inspired by showing you beautifully designed websites every week with our web design inspirational lists. Today we decided to go a different route, and instead of picking a single “theme” of examples, we gathered examples of websites that are inspiring and useful for web designers. We gathered different tools and skill sharing websites to show you so you can be inspired and also discover a nice tool/service. From free lessons to learn how to code to monthly memberships to help you to learn more about design, in this post you will find here 22 examples of inspiring and useful websites. Make sure to visit all of them, enjoy!

Pavage Ammann A3 Pavage Ammann A4 Pavage Ammann-Beenker Pavage Ammann-Beenker rhomb triangle Home Automation: Guidebook To a Growing Trend Today’s home automation solutions connect homeowners to their homes through smartphones, tablets or PCs. Like a remote control, home automation gives people the power to control their security system, door locks, lighting and temperature at any time, from anywhere just about anywhere. As more people choose to automate their home, isn’t it time you do the same? Follow this useful guide created by My Alarm Center to find out why. [Click here for full size version] High Velocity Human Factors: Touch Screen User-Interfaces: Touching to KNOW vs.Touching to say NO Touché to TOUCH?! We have evolved the sense of Touch to Know, to glean information about an object. In this context, a physical object is its own user-interface. It doesn't require a Capacitive or Inductive Touch Screen to probe it and get a pixilated answer on the screen!

Product Reviews for Teachers Website Review Teacher Rating: Not Yet Rated Kid conservationist's paradise with great images, vids, animals galore Radical Sharing Works: This Guy Lets the World Use His Starbucks Card for Free (UPDATED) - Business Download this image to your phone, take it to Starbucks and scan it at the cash register: It'll get you a free coffee. It's part of a radical experiment in sharing that's teaching us something about mobile money in the process. "It's been extremely uplifting," Jonathan Stark tells GOOD. Here is a list of Websites I like to visit on LSD Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Keep in mind this list is meant for those of you who may find yourself around a computer with nothing else to do and nowhere to go during your trip. My best advice to all of you is to go visit the outdoors and see nature on your trips. But do as you please!

Automated Home » New London Smart App-artment Demos Home Automation Heaven One of the UK’s most well known smart home installation companies, Cornflake, has just opened a new show apartment in the west end of London. The ‘Smart App-artment’ is described as an experience centre where you’ll find ‘technology in empathy with design’. You can book a tour of the show home by contacting Cornflake, but in the meantime tease yourself with the photos and the video below… An iPad-controlled Smart APP-artment with thrilling smart technology threaded through every room opens in London today. Dressed as a high-end domestic property, the Smart App-artment showcases the most covetable home automation technology on the market while trading as an exclusive store.

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Concept: Feature post with the "hours ago" Breaking news Last Review widgets Hotly debated by rallat May 23

In the meantime, I can connect again!!! I only had to tidy a lot my private dashboard. I still have to apply the same treatment to my public site... (too much widgets with RSS). I think tomorrow everything would be OK. Anyway, any incitement for science is warmly welcomed. V by vincent4711 Mar 21

looks good ! I might try it ;-) sounds like a good option also ! Or you could just follow my science sections ;-) by mirlen101 Mar 21

Science Daily is a very good science site forgot about that one ! Like I said I get my info from everywhere . A lot times I just Google a word like "Nano" go to Google "News" search type . Or Wiki it . Another great place is science blogs like from Wordpress You get great interesting science info dropped into your e-mail daily . xenophilius stuff has a bit of crazy mixed in but it makes it more interesting ;-) And you can write in feedback and he'll and others will respond back a lot of the time . by mirlen101 Mar 21

Good points apollo702 but sometimes people aren't aware that their links are temporary articles . I know I must have many that are broken article links . That's the nature of science links or anything that is news . It is sometimes fleeting .It is wise to go to the articles source to make the link . That way the article is more permanent . I have a huge set of science links in many categories . Some are well formed some aren't . There's a science to categorizing data . I wish I could master it myself ;-) I wish I had a logic system or method to make sorting , categorizing easier . But this is very “Fuzzy logic “ based . Better done by the human mind then by computer ;-) by mirlen101 Mar 21

Hi everybody! I use Netvibes as my RSS aggregator. I have put a pearl (Netvibes - Revue de presse - RSS) of my public page right at the root of my Pearltree "vincent4711". I'm very satisfied with it, but since 4 days I'm no more able to connect myself to my dashboard!!! Hope it will work for you. V by vincent4711 Mar 20

A great science site is Science Daily, the best parts are for fee but if you really want the latest breaking developments in every field of science I'm not aware of a better option. by sonservant Mar 20

I usually get my science from various sites .I really haven't found one that fills all my science needs ;-) Probably because of the wide scope of material I'm looking for . The cutting edge news in science often comes out in many strange places. Sometimes I end up having to hunt down follow ups to spectacular stories to verify them or get more info . My pearls on science are also widely scattered in various subject groups . I even have science in my art sections ;-) If you have any science sites to suggest as “Best” let me know and I'll check them out ;-) But if I were to pick a general good site for science I'd say discovermagazine.com . Or the science news feeds through Yahoo news . If I were to get two magazines it is always Discover magazine and Popular Science . Popular Science has great new gadgets info also by mirlen101 Mar 20

Probably the best for gadget tech . But there are better sites for science tech . by mirlen101 Mar 16

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