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The marble is omnipresent in our lives
If you are a frequent user of Instagram or Pinterest, you have seen it hundreds of times in recent months. In bathrooms, kitchens or lounges, but also in countless still lifes, such as composition backgrounds, where there are coffee and biscuits, along with a mobile phone or notebook. Yes, we... [...]
Mon, Feb 27, 2017
Source: FamilyAgain.com
Xperia Touch, a projector to transform any surface into a touch screen
The Sony team took advantage of the presentation during the Mobile World Congress to talk about the Xperia Touch, a device capable of projecting images that has attracted the attention of the audience. Undoubtedly, this is an important move on the part of Sony, especially if we consider that so [...]
Mon, Feb 27, 2017
Source: TechNationNews.com
In the future, will we all be self-employed?
In these times much is being discussed about the future of work. The third industrial revolution is just around the corner and could completely change the way we relate to work. But even if machines fail to destroy most of today's jobs and the creativity or manipulative ability of humans [...]
Mon, Feb 27, 2017
Source: EbusinessPlanet
External battery for laptops
Razer Power Bank is a new idea of ​​Razer, so that the autonomy of our laptops do not leave us half way and we always have a plan B when we are away from home. Razer can be used by different devices (with USB-C port). And of course, thinking about [...]
Sat, Feb 25, 2017
Source: TechNationNews.com
Autonomous weapons, the real phantom menace
Are there war machines that we can consider independent? The US Department of Defense considers that an autonomous weapon is “a system that, once activated, can select targets, and aim against them without human intervention”. This restrictive definition includes the devices that allow the change to manual mode, so that [...]
Sat, Feb 25, 2017
Source: TechNationNews.com
Chimpanzee feet allow scientists a new grasp on human foot evolution
An investigation into the evolution of human walking by looking at how chimpanzees walk on two legs is the subject of a new research paper published in the March 2017 issue of Journal of Human Evolution. The human foot is distinguished from the feet of all other primates by the [...]
Sat, Feb 25, 2017
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
Record-breaking material that contracts when heated
Nagoya, Japan – Machines and devices used in modern industry are required to withstand harsh conditions. When the environmental temperature changes, the volume of the materials used to make these devices usually changes slightly, typically by less than 0.01%. [...]
Fri, Feb 24, 2017
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
Dinosaurs: Juvenile, adult or senior?
How old were the oldest dinosaurs? This question remains largely unanswered. The natural life span of these long-extinct giants is of interest to scientists, in combination with questions regarding how fast they could grow and how they could obtain sufficient nutrients from their habitat. [...]
Fri, Feb 24, 2017
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
New service allows remote control of the mobile devices of the kids
To address, as far as possible, the negative aspects that may arise from the use of mobile devices by the kids, here comes Forcefield, a new service that has remote control tools for mobile devices, for now with support only for Apple devices. Forcefield has reports of the websites visited [...]
Fri, Feb 24, 2017
Source: TechNationNews.com
Alphabet accuses Uber of stealing its technology for autonomous trucks
Alphabet has accused Uber, and his freight company Otto, of stealing some of its key technologies. In a lawsuit filed in a San Francisco court, Waymo, the Alphabet division devoted to self-employed cars, said that Otto and Uber stole the company's intellectual property “in order to save itself the risk, [...]
Fri, Feb 24, 2017
Source: TechNationNews.com
Black hole feeding frenzy that breaks records, discovered
DURHAM, N.H. – A giant black hole ripped apart a nearby star and then continued to feed off its remains for close to a decade, according to research led by the University of New Hampshire. [...]
Fri, Feb 24, 2017
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
‘I feel for you' — some really do
When a student in a University of Delaware study watched a video of someone else's hand being touched, she felt the touch on her own hand. While that may seem a little eerie to most of us, she's not alone. About two in 100 people have this condition called mirror-touch [...]
Thu, Feb 23, 2017
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
Want to help your mate beat the blues? Show them the love
The more depressed your romantic partner may be, the more love you should give them, according to new University of Alberta research. It can be tempting to pull back, but tough as it may be, helping your loved one stick it out through a bout of depression can help their... [...]
Thu, Feb 23, 2017
Source: FamilyAgain.com
Why Entrepreneurs Need a Mentor
Entrepreneurs can often find themselves lost in their journey as a business owner. As the challenges advance and become more technical, it can be easy to lose confidence and make costly mistakes. Future Generation Marketing, an outsourced sales and marketing firm based in Manchester, is confident that everyone can benefit [...]
Sat, Feb 18, 2017
Source: EbusinessPlanet
Steps Parents can take to Prevent Pediatric Medication Errors
Medical errors are an unfortunate reality of the current healthcare landscape. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other medical staff are human, and therefore have the potential to make mistakes in providing care from time to time. Throughout the world, hospitals and healthcare practices take steps to prevent medical errors from happening,... [...]
Fri, Feb 17, 2017
Source: FamilyAgain.com
What Travel Can Teach You About Success
Travelling provides ample opportunity for growth and development and something they believe is a key factor of success. In the final quarter of 2016, Hunter Bailey, a sales and marketing firm based in Sydney Australia, focussed on these travel opportunities, and the first one found them on a road trip [...]
Fri, Feb 17, 2017
Source: EbusinessPlanet
One more reason to focus on prenatal care — Stronger muscles for newborn babies
Born too soon, she weighed just over 1 pound at birth and spent the first three months of her life in the neonatal intensive care unit, fighting to live. This tiny baby survived under the care of skilled medical professionals and was sent home with her teenage mother. Today, she's... [...]
Tue, Feb 14, 2017
Source: FamilyAgain.com
A new study confirms: Pregnant women should avoid liquorice
A new Finnish study supports food recommendations for families with children in that women should avoid consuming large amounts of liquorice during pregnancy. The limit for safe consumption is not known. In the study, youths that were exposed to large amounts of liquorice in the womb performed less well than... [...]
Mon, Feb 13, 2017
Source: FamilyAgain.com
How the Ponzi's scheme works in wine business
In 1980, a California man named John E. Fox opened a wine store near San Francisco called Premier Cru. More than a decade later, when the business was struggling financially, Fox devised a way to make a lot of money—all at his customers' expense. [...]
Fri, Feb 10, 2017
Source: EbusinessPlanet
Crowdfunding expands innovation financing to underserved regions
Crowdfunding platforms, such as Kickstarter, have opened a funding spigot to startups in regions that have suffered from a venture capital drought, a new UC Berkeley study shows. Historically, funding for innovation has come from venture capitalists, which tend to fund entrepreneurs that often mirror the investors in terms of [...]
Thu, Feb 09, 2017
Source: EbusinessPlanet
What's happening with higher education in the US?
Higher education in America is terribly expensive, period. Unless the student receives large amounts in grants, which only can be achieved by having an extraordinary brain (and a family financially able to allow their use) or a body capable to bright in any athletic competition, middle class people can't afford [...]
Mon, Sep 14, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
Never Realized People Actually Wore These…
View the article's original source Author: Fashion By He Didn't realize people wore those leg strap garter things…always saw them for sell just figured no one ever bought them.-He [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
Los Angeles Times Comes Out Against “Teacher Jail”
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch This is a welcome editorial in the Los Angeles Times, criticizing what is known in that district as “teacher jail.” The suspension of Rafe Esquith brought this issue to the fore. John Deasy suspended the entire staff of Miramonte Elementary School after two [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: Chris Durso If you took senior photos in high school, then you remember the forced smiles, terrible backdrop and questionable hair. Missouri-based high school senior, Brittany Nicole Creech, will remember her photos for tacos, chalupas and winning the internet. With the fast food restaurant [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
Why the SAT Might Replace PARCC and SBAC
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch We learned a few days ago that Connecticut will require all juniors to take the SAT instead of the Smarter Balanced Assessments. This is a solution to the problem that most students fail the SBA, and that creates a dilemma: what will the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: Chris Durso If your burgers and pizzas just aren't super enough, the DC Super Hero Cookbook is here to save the day. Whether you need a super salad or a hero sandwich, the book is loaded with recipes and the appropriate action figures. Check [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
D.L. Paulson: Who Is Buying and Selling Public Education?
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch D.L. Paulson is a reader who has commented before on the entrepreneurs who are investing in privatization and disruption in public education. Here he comments again on GSV (Global Silicon Valley), a leading edge investment company in the education sector. GSV is a [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
Fareed Zakaria: Why We Still Need Liberal Education
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch Fareed Zakaria warns that fears about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) are greatly overblown. Zakaria comes close to acknowledging that the “crisis” rhetoric of so-called reformers is a myth,or as Berliner and Biddle called it years ago, “a manufactured crisis.” The demand [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
Em in a Box
View the article's original source Author: Sandy Sue As blasé as cats seem, they are actually quite sensitive creatures. Stress makes them sick, especially if they are inside cats and can't de-stress with normal feline activity like snapping a squirrel's neck or dashing up a tree to escape the neighbor's dog. [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
Mondays Suck…So Does that Gold Outfit
View the article's original source Author: Fashion By He Hate it…Mondays suck-He [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: Chris Durso If you're hanging with some super friends, and would like to protect your beverage, Superhero Freaker Bottle Sleeves have come to save the day. Whether it's Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman — or you'd like to start your own drinking Justice League — [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: Judy The Basic ConceptThe conventional Mystery Hangout or Mystery Skype has two classes simultaneously using the platform of choice, Google Hangout or Skype, to guess the location of the other school using yes/no questions. Many are familiar with the concept and plenty of information can be [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: sheriwetherell You know a meal is good when the chatter stops and all becomes silent at the table once the food arrives. A recent dinner at Girin Seattle, an upscale Korean restaurant in the heart of Seattle's Pioneer Square district, had me spellbound and anxious to [...]
Fri, Aug 07, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Tim Crowe Shopping on a full stomach is sensible advice to prevent buying up big on foods that you don't need. Now scientists have taken this idea further by showing that what a person eats before they shop can influence what they buy. It is age-old advice [...]
Wed, Aug 05, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
Crazy
View the article's original source Author: Sandy Sue Several Teesha stamps on this card One of the items on my IPR Bucket List is to attend a Teesha Moore art retreat. I found Teesha years ago when I first started using rubber stamps. Hers were grungy, and weird, and everything I [...]
Mon, Aug 03, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: THOMAS CIZAUSKAS The 5th annual DC Beer Week begins next Sunday, but this Friday and Saturday, 7/8 August, Barrett Lauer, brewer at the District Chophouse in downtown Washington, D.C. hosts an unofficial ‘soft' opening for DC Beer Week: Cask Night & Cask Day. Twenty-four breweries in [...]
Sun, Aug 02, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Some people were feeling emotional at last night's UX Speakeasy. If the amazing artwork didn't get you, the starry sky would have done it for sure. It was a lovely outdoor venue at SILO in Maker's Quarter in the heart of downtown [...]
Fri, Jun 05, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Why are we still asking the same questions about women and technology? Somewhere along the line when I wasn't paying attention, I passed through an unseen door into a place where I'm now looking backwards as much as forward when it comes to women [...]
Sat, May 16, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: Judy Now that I'm using an increasing variety of tools to stay connected as an educator, I am wondering if the allure is addictive. Do I need to check each of these daily, or even more than once a day, and oh, sometimes hourly or less? Twitter Voxer [...]
Mon, May 11, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Just over 65 young women descended upon several computer labs and their adjoining classrooms at California State University San Marcos on Saturday. Yes, it was the third instantiation of the San Diego Women's Hackathon. The event was organized and implemented so that everything [...]
Tue, Apr 28, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com