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MAKADAM LA PRIMA TV FATTA DAGLI UTENTI, NEL 2003. LA FINE? | talentosprecato | TALENTOSPRECATO | Il Cannocchiale blog

MAKADAM LA PRIMA TV FATTA DAGLI UTENTI, NEL 2003. LA FINE? | talentosprecato | TALENTOSPRECATO | Il Cannocchiale blog | Allicansee | Scoop.it

-MAKADAM LA PRIMA TV FATTA DAGLI UTENTI, NEL 2003.

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Facebook, Twitter, Google, Mozilla, join together against SOPA

Facebook, Twitter, Google, Mozilla, join together against SOPA | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, Mozilla, LinkedIn, Twitter, eBay, AOL, and Zynga have jointly written to the House of Representatives' Committee on the Judiciary to "express concern" at the proposed SOPA bill…...
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La stevia in Europa!

La stevia in Europa! | Allicansee | Scoop.it

La Commissione Europea ha dato il suo accordo per l’utilizzazione della stevia ai fini alimentari (cibo e bevande) nell’Unione Europea con il regolamento 1131/2011 del 12 novembre scorso.

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22 outils gratuits pour visualiser et analyser les données (1ère partie)

22 outils gratuits pour visualiser et analyser les données (1ère partie) | Allicansee | Scoop.it
22 outils gratuits pour visualiser et analyser les données (1ère partie) - Décisionnel - Pour faire parler des données, rien ne vaut une panoplie d'outils...
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The Google Open-Source Video Player

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Google has just released an open-source video player which allows any web publisher to not only embed and display any video clip saved in a supported format, but also the ability to integrate whole groups of clips into a dedicated Categories feature.

 

"When a user opens the Video Player Sample web app, they can choose to watch a single video or create a playlist of videos/episodes from a list that they have uploaded and populated to the app."

 

Key features include: 

Ability to subscribe to shows, watch episodes, create playlists
  Support for multiple video formats (depending on what the user’s browser supports (including WebM, Ogg, MP4, and even a Flash fallback)
  A Categories page with an overview of the different shows/categories available in the app
  Notifications of new episodes (when the app is installed via the Chrome Web Store)
  Built in support for sharing to Google+, Twitter and Facebook
  Player look & feel customization
  All source files, including the Photoshop PSD’s, are included

Demo: http://video-player-sample.appspot.com/ 


Original Google announcement: http://google-opensource.blogspot.com/atom.xml 

 

Technical info: http://code.google.com/p/video-player-sample/ 

 

Chrome app: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jhojbofcldbpmilfcnlihpknapnaagce 

 

More info: http://code.google.com/p/video-player-sample/ 

 

(Reviewed by Robin Good)


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United By Photography's comment, January 10, 2012 11:04 PM
This seem great new for the open video alliance and those seeking low cost open source alternatives for video.
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Patterns of connections reveal brain functions

Patterns of connections reveal brain functions | Allicansee | Scoop.it
For more than a decade, neuroscientists have known that many of the cells in a brain region called the fusiform gyrus specialize in recognizing faces. However, those cells don't act alone: They need to communicate with several other parts of the brain. By tracing those connections, MIT neuroscientists have now shown that they can accurately predict which parts of the fusiform gyrus are face-selective.

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worldshapin - Compare countries through their shape

Visualization of the interplay between sustainability and human development across the world.
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I 10 migliori progetti in crowdsourcing del 2011 | WikiCulture

I 10 migliori progetti in crowdsourcing del 2011 | WikiCulture | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Il 2011 è stato un anno particolarmente importante per il crowdsourcing: sono sempre di più i progetti che si ispirano o ricorrono a strumenti di economia collaborativa.
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Content curation is in the DNA of all journalists

Content curation is in the DNA of all journalists | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Journalists have been curating content for years. It’s always been an integral part of newsgathering. We may not have called it curation, but we were doing it all the same. In fact curation is an essential part of our job.

 

Interesting reflexions from Dave Brewer on how new technology has not created curation but changed the way you could perform it in a News Reporting and Journalism environment.

 

While there's clearly an opportunity at democratizing media creation and make it available to all through the new social media revolution, it's refreshing to see journalists also embrace these changes and turn them into benefits to improve the way they work.  


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Where To Find Free Images: Free Stock Photo Sites

Where To Find Free Images: Free Stock Photo Sites | Allicansee | Scoop.it

Getting images for free is great, and there is a lot of choice out there, but sourcing images from a free site can have its drawbacks, the license that the images are provided with is different on every site you use. Some sites prohibit commercial use of the image, most require an attribution, some require you register or signup to a newsletter to access the images, some ask that you seek permission first etc.

 

A word of warning: Expecting that nobody will notice if you make use of an image that you just take without permission is foolish, tools like TinEye make it free and easy to find who has used an image without permission, and stock agencies like getty and others use paid services like picscout.com track image misuse, bill the offender, taking legal action if images are not removed. If you are using images without the correct license, someone will catch up with you sooner or later. here's a typical forum quote "I currently have a demand from getty images for $1200 over an image I hot-linked to in a blog entry 2 years ago."

 

With that in mind, here's our definitive list of resources providing free stock photos with a table of comparisons:...


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Wow, an amazing list, thanks for the share!
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Sabrina Misseri è dimagrita? Ecco la risposta all'ultimo dubbio italiano | talentosprecato | TALENTOSPRECATO | Il Cannocchiale blog

Sabrina Misseri è dimagrita? Ecco la risposta all'ultimo dubbio italiano | talentosprecato | TALENTOSPRECATO | Il Cannocchiale blog | Allicansee | Scoop.it

Il caso Scazzi è una mano santa contro l'ipocrisia? L'ultimo tabù italico sono i rotoloni di ciccia, pare Grasso=brutto=cattivo. In rete da più di qualcuno Sabrina Misseri è stata definita assassina. Cicciona da molti altri. E il prossimo che lika una campagna di modelle oversize deve spiegare perché....
E quello che si chiede la gente, l'unico quesito possibile del momento, in assenza di altro genere di prove, pare essere solo questo: Sabrina, in carcere, è dimagrita? Come è successo a Tanzi e Lele Mora?
Da una delle sue fanpage la risposta...

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[VIDEO] Apple Beijing store pelted with eggs as iPhone debuts

[VIDEO] Apple Beijing store pelted with eggs as iPhone debuts | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Hundreds of Chinese Apple enthusiasts were left disappointed when the new iPhone 4s finally launched in China on Friday.
Apple, known for its ability to hype up new products, clearly became a victim of its own success in its Beijing launch.
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'Most runway models meet the BMI criteria for anorexia', claims plus-size magazine in powerful comment on body image in the fashion industry

'Most runway models meet the BMI criteria for anorexia', claims plus-size magazine in powerful comment on body image in the fashion industry | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Size 12 model Katya Zharkova, 28, poses nude in the shoot alongside a 'straight-size' model to demonstrate the differences between them.
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The History of Gelato (Gelatu Sicilian) dates back to the 16th century and the island of Sicily was it's birthplace.

The History of Gelato  (Gelatu Sicilian) dates back to the 16th century and the island of Sicily was it's birthplace. | Allicansee | Scoop.it

If you want to eat real, homemade gelato, you have to come to Italy ! The History of Gelato (Gelatu Sicilian) dates back to the 16th century and the island of Sicily was it's birthplace.


There is some confusion in the origin as to where or who really invented gelato. As most stories go, it is credited to Bernardo Buontalenti, a native of Florence, who delighted the court of Catherina di Medici with his creation. Italians are certainly credited with introducing gelato to the rest of Europe; with Sicilian born Francesco Procopio dei Coltelli who undoubtedly was one of the most influential individuals in the history of gelato, as one of the first to sell it to the public.

 

Summoned to Paris in 1686, he opened a café named after himself called Café Procope, which quickly became one of the most celebrated haunts of the literary establishment in France. In Italy meanwhile, the art of traditional gelato making was passed on from father to son, improved and perfected right up to the 20th century, when many gelato makers began to emigrate, taking their know-how to the rest of Europe.

The best gelato is found in Italy, which has more than 35,000 ice cream shops, many producing gelato the traditional way. Fruit flavors have only fruit, ice and sugar, while the milk-based flavors have less air injected than typical American ice creams, making them. “You can’t get pure flavors like this".

 

Gelato University
Extensive training is part of the formula. After an initial course, a would-be gelato maker has to spend four years as an apprentice before earning the title of “Maestro"

 

Gelato in Italian literally means "frozen", but is basically used to indicate the Italian type of ice cream. One of the basic differences between Gelato and the Ice Cream we know of in the United States is that it doesn't contain as much air, and is therefore more intense in flavor. In part, Gelato is healthier than American-style Ice Cream since it is made with all natural ingredients, fruit and milk, not cream. It contains fewer calorie, only 5%-8% butter fat. Where as American-style Ice Cream contains 10%-15% butter fat. The best Gelato is one that is made fresh on the premises. Produzione Propria (made on site) Italian gelato is made to be eaten fresh and can only be stored a few days before serving. For a product to be marketed as ice cream in the U.S., it must contain at least 10 percent milk fat, according to the IDFA. Italy’s traditional fruit-flavored gelatos have virtually no fat; even the milk-based flavors don’t have enough for U.S. requirements.

 

Sorbetto / Sorbet: Is a frozen dessert made from iced fruit juice puree and contains no milk. It may contain wine or liquor. There is very little difference between
Lemon Ice /Granita (gah-NAH-tah). and Sorbetto only the consistency.
Folklore has it that the Roman Emperor Nero invented sorbet during the first century A.D. when he had
runners along the Appian Way pass buckets of snow hand over hand from the mountains to his banquet hall where it was then mixed with honey and wine.


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7 Resources for Handling Digital Life After Death

7 Resources for Handling Digital Life After Death | Allicansee | Scoop.it
When someone dies, their digital self lives on. There are a number of services that allow you to delete, update, or transfer account information after you're gone.
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A Gene for Depression Localized

A Gene for Depression Localized | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Depression gene is localized according to a psychiatry research article in NeuroscienceNews.com. Join and discuss cognitive science, RNF123 genes and more for free.
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Blottr.com

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Breaking UK News 24 Hours each day. Blottr is a user generated news service created to empower anyone to break and make the news. We believe the best news stories come from people at the scene, able to capture and report on stories as they unfold.
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Decoro Urbano, lo strumento gratuito per una cittadinanza attiva

Decoro Urbano, lo strumento gratuito per una cittadinanza attiva | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Utilizza anche tu Decoro Urbano, lo strumento gratuito per la segnalazione del degrado via smartphone e PC. La cittadinanza attiva comincia da te!
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Social brand curation: interesting examples

Social brand curation: interesting examples | Allicansee | Scoop.it

"How brands tell their stories is going to be a cornerstone of future operational success. Good social brand curation creates compelling and credible stories based on the logic of the data and the magic of the people." Interesting to read if you were not yet convinced about how important social curation is for brand building but also to see cool concrete examples.


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My Role is Digital Media Curation...

My Role is Digital Media Curation... | Allicansee | Scoop.it

LOL! Let's take it as a sign that curation is becoming mainstream... ;-)

 

Felt you've lived that scene before?


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Shirley Williams (appearoo.com/ShirleyWilliams)'s comment, December 2, 2011 6:33 PM
lol! Thanks for sharing!