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Article :: Masks and Channels in Adobe Photoshop CS6
Learn how to create a mask to remove a subject from a background, refine a mask to include complex edges, create a quick mask to make changes to a selected area, edit a mask using the Properties panel, manipulate an image using Puppet Warp, save a selection as an alpha channel, view a mask using the Channels panel, load a channel as a selection, isolate a channel to make specific image changes.
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Setting Up Your Windows Store App Project | Migrating apps from Windows Phone to Windows 8 This video covers the basics of setting up a Windows Store app project in Visual Studio 2012 for the Windows Phone 7 app we are going to migrate. We also discuss the migration strategy, scoping the features within the port, and the advantages of using a Windows Store project template as our solution base. For more information on migration, please visit the Migrating a Windows Phone 7 app to a Win
This video covers the basics of setting up a Windows Store app project in Visual Studio 2012 for the Windows Phone 7 app we are going to migrate. We also discuss the migration strategy, scoping the features within the port, and the advantages of using a Windows Store project template as our solution base. For more information on migration, please visit the Migrating a Windows Phone 7 app to a Win
Mystery Bag: Developing Oral Language Skills
This video explains a version of "show and tell" that can be used by elementary teachers in their classrooms to help students develop oral language skills when they share clues about an object brought from home. This helps students gain confidence as well as develop their verbal communication skills. (02:01)
Morning Meeting: One-Minute Greeting
In this video, Carolyn Bush prepares her fourth grade students to start their Morning Meeting with a successful, safe, fun "One-Minute Greeting." Students engage with other students and develop their oral language skills. (02:40)
Morning Meeting: Dialogue Sharing with Questions and Comments
In this video, Suzi Sluyter's kindergarten class has been practicing asking questions and making comments about a classmate's sharing during Morning Meeting. This activity can be used in all elementary classrooms and modified for the age of the learners. It is a great way to build oral language skills as well as confidence and respectful behaviors. (02:44)
Recording Reading Fluency on the Ipad
This video shows how the use of the iPad for recording students is beneficial and simple. Students can time and record themselves which builds reading fluency, oral development, and aids in the keeping of running records. (00:27)
ScienceCasts: The Sound of Earthsong
A NASA spacecraft has recorded eerie-sounding radio emissions coming from our own planet. These beautiful "songs of Earth" could, ironically, be responsible for the proliferation of deadly electrons in the Van Allen Belts. (04:09)
ScienceCasts: Did Earth Have Two Moons?
Did our planet once have two moons? Some researchers say so. Moreover, the missing satellite might still be up there--splattered across the far side of the Moon. NASA's GRAIL mission could help confirm or refute the "two moon" hypothesis. (03:00)
ScienceCasts: Don't Judge a Moon by its Cover
Superficially, Saturn's moon Phoebe doesn't look much like a planet, but on the inside, the little gray moon has a lot in common with worlds like Earth. (03:49)
ScienceCasts: Alien Matter in the Solar System
"Alien matter" detected by a NASA spacecraft orbiting Earth shows that the chemical make-up of our solar system differs from that of the surrounding galaxy. Researchers discuss the possible meaning of this mismatch in this ScienceCast video.(03:12)
ScienceCasts: Mysterious Objects at the Edge of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
NASA's Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope is finding hundreds of new objects at the very edge of the electromagnetic spectrum. Many of them have one thing in common: Astronomers have no idea what they are. (03:28)
ScienceCasts: Amateur Scientists Discover Galactic Bubbles
.Amateur scientists have made a effervescent discovery: The Milky Way Galaxy is bubbling like a glass of champagne. (03:26)
The Largest Black Holes in the Universe
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Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I: Crash Course World History #36
In which John Green teaches you about the war that was supposed to end all wars. Instead, it solved nothing and set the stage for the world to be back at war just a couple of decades later. As an added bonus, World War I changed the way people look at the world, and normalized cynicism and irony. John will teach you how the assassination of an Austrian Archduke kicked off a new kind of war that involved more nations and more people than any war that came before. New technology like machine
Elizabeth Blackburn: Great Minds
Hank brings us the story of Elizabeth Blackburn, the Nobel Prize-winning Australian woman who discovered telomeres and telomerase, and helped scientists begin to understand the process of aging at a genetic level. (03:59)
Marie Curie: Great Minds
Hank tells us the story of his favorite genius lady scientist and radioactive superhero, Marie Curie. This episode was written by Jesslyn Shields. (09:43)
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