ROM hackers, translators, and Japanese Games
http://concordia.ca/pcs | http://concordia.ca/now Concordia communications professor Mia Consalvo discusses her research into the community of fan translators who exist on the fringes of the global video game industry. Consalvo will present her discussion, Unintended Travel: ROM Hackers and Fan Translations of Japanese Videogames, at the President's Conference Series, a three-day event that will take place from February 4 to February 6, 2012. The fifth edition of the President's Conference
tinyKart: Testing New Motors and Battery Motors: 2x EMP C6374-200 (2.5kW peak each) Still has some controller issues to sort out, but it works well.
Battery: 12S3P A123 26650M1-sorta-B (39.6V, 6.9Ah, 30mΩ)
Motors: 2x EMP C6374-200 (2.5kW peak each)
Still has some controller issues to sort out, but it works well.
War Eagle Wedding - "The Wreagle Dress"
Open Classroom - 1/25/12 #4 David Warner
Food and American Society an Urban Perspective Topic for 1/25/12: Local and Global Lectures: Timothy Griffin, Director of the Agriculture, Food and Environment Program, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy Tufts University — "Regional Food Systems: A View from the Northeast US" David Warner, Founder/Owner, City Feed Jenn Abelson, Business Reporter, The Boston Globe The Open Classroom Policy Series is a graduate-level public policy seminar that is open to the public. Each semester
The American Conservation Movement
In this module, the history of environmental policy in the United States and the role of different groups in shaping environmental policy is discussed.
Baby Crayfish all over Mom
Check these tiny crayfish crawling over momma crayfish
Explores the extraordinary legacy of Thomas Jefferson as a founding father, farmer, slaveholder, scholar, diplomat, and the third president of the U.S. Learn about his country estate and family, his efforts to reform politics and law in Virginia, his influence on the creation of our federal government, his commitment to exploring and claiming western lands, his vast library, and more. See 150 items, including documents he relied on when drafting the Declaration of Independence.
Presents the most significant documents from our fourth President, James Madison. Most relate to two events in which Madison played a key role: the drafting and ratification of the Constitution (1787-8) and the introduction in the First Federal Congress of the amendments (1789) that became the Bill of Rights. Other documents relate to the freedom of religion and the burning of Washington, D.C., by the British in 1814 -- perhaps the major embarrassment of Madison's career.
Information-Processing Theory for Classroom Teachers
This module is an introduction to the information-processing model, written for classroom teachers. Also included are a summary of cognitive load theory and several principles for effective learning.