Processing is a high-level programming language that is based on Java, and is known for its abstractions that simplif
Digitization Projects and Copyright
When scanning or digitizing photographs, articles, artworks, etc, whether for a hobby or a professional activity, there are copyright issues to consider. On a larger scale, the professional […]
The Finance Crisis: Part Six
In this panel discussion on the "Global Return to Economic Growth," Robin Harding, US Economics Editor of The Financial Times, moderates a conversation on how to move forward from the global economic downturn and the future outlook of global demand growth. Panelists: Craig Alexander, SVP and Chief Economist, TD Bank Financial Group. Tim Adams, Managing Director of the Lindsey Group, and former Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs. Peter Rashish, VP for Europe and Eurasia, U
Structural Semantic Elements in HTML5
In HTML5 more tags were introduced to show the meaning (semantics) of the text it contains. Some of these semantic tags are for showing the structure of a web page like header, navigation part, a […]
Tavi Gevinson: A teen Just Trying to Fgure it Out
Fifteen-year-old Tavi Gevinson had a hard time finding strong female, teenage role models -- so she built a space where they could find each other. At TEDxTeen, she illustrates how the conversations on sites like Rookie, her wildly popular web magazine
for and by teen girls, are putting a new, unapologetically uncertain
and richly complex face on modern feminism. Tavi Gevinson is a fashion blogger and a feminist who encourages everyone to embrace their complexity and
Culture Shock! – Tell us Your Story Alex Henry, Project Coordinator, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums This video shows Alex's presentation at the Culture Shock Conference held at Newcastle's Live Theatre on 29th September 2011 Culture Shock! was an experimental partnership project designed to collect 1,000 digital stories from people in the North East of England; preserve them in perpetuity using digital technology; and share them as widely as possible. All of the Culture Shock! stories were
What is digital storytelling? Barrie Stephenson, Owner of Digistories This video shows Barrie's presentation at the Culture Shock Conference held at Newcastle's Live Theatre on 29th September 2011 What makes a story digital or how does digital technology inspire a new generation of storytellers? Did storytelling ever go away or is new media really breathing new life into long forgotten skills? Scrapbook television, as digital storytelling has been described by one of it's early practitioners, is
How Do You Learn Music? Research Project Explores Our Ability to Retain Information
Psychology major Branden Abushanab and Professor Anthony Bishara conducted a study to determine if the order of practicing music impacts retention. They considered two practice orders: fixed-order in which a person practices a particular task before switching to the next task and random-order in which a person randomly alternates two or more tasks. The purpose of this project was to determine whether fixed-order or random-order practice leads to better memory retention for piano playing and whet
Shoulder and Elbow Program Overview
In this short video Syed Ashfaq Hasan, M.D., gives an overview of the University of Maryland Medical Center's Shoulder and Elbow Program. He discusses the types of conditions treated and procedures offered including arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs, instability procedures for dislocated shoulder, shoulder replacement surgery and elbow arthroscopic procedures.
UMMC Department of Orthopaedics
Shoulder and Elbow Program
Are You a Human
Real live person or spambot? Are You a Human can tell. Everybody knows them—those irritating computer programs known as CAPTCHA that make users decipher squiggly confusing letters in order to get to the web content they want.
Tired of trying to copy those wriggly letters? A simple game proves you're human, and offers endless marketing potential too.
Secure access to web material, without the frustration.
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