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–ამცრობს და აგინებს შენს სულიერებას, სიწმინდეებს...
–გირყვნის სარწმუნოებას, რჯულს და ტაძარს...
–გინადგურებს წარსულს, ეროვნულ ცნობიერებას და ცდილობს გადაგაჯიშოს...
–გიკრძალავს წინაპართა კანონებით ცხოვრებას და გიწესებს თავისას
–გიკრძალავს ყოფა–ცხოვრების წინაპართა წესს
–გიკრძალავს ოჯახური ცხოვრების წინაპართა წესს
–შეურაცხგყოფს და ცდილობს აგყაროს ღირსება
–ცდილობს დაგჩაგროს და დაგამონოს
–გინადგურებს ჯანმრთელობას
–გინადგურებს განათლებას, მეცნიერებას და ხელოვნებას
–გინადგურებს მეურნეობას
–გართმევს მიწას და საკუთრებას
–შენი შეზღუდვით გინგრევს ოჯახს
–ცდილობს მოატყუოს, გაგირყვნას, გაგითახსიროს და წაგართვას შვილები
–ცდილობს გაიძულოს შენი საკუთარი ქვეყნიდან გადახვეწა

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Hackable #media-#streaming #speaker does #HiFi with #tubes | linuxgizmos.com | * #bring the #heat back to the #Music ♪ ♫ thru #opensource

Hackable #media-#streaming #speaker does #HiFi with #tubes | linuxgizmos.com | * #bring the #heat back to the #Music ♪ ♫ thru #opensource | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Tubecore's "Duo" wireless media-streaming speaker embeds a Raspberry Pi or Udoo SBC, and features Bluetooth and WiFi, plus a 48v Class A analog-tube preamp.

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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.'s curator insight, April 25, 2014 4:07 AM

* #bring the #heat back to the #Music ♪ ♫ thru #opensource

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The MarS DIY Platform for Around $100 (Without Screen)

The MarS DIY Platform for Around $100 (Without Screen) | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Марс плате двухъядерный, 1 Гб оперативной памяти, достаточно большой, на борту вспышки по-прежнему имеют над гигабайтом свободного после установки Линаро, и кучу заголовков, чтобы играть. (Марс SBC является твердой альтернативой RPI и BeagleBone Black.

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England to Ecuador music project - YouTube

England to Ecuador brought together two groups of young people making music on opposite sides of the world. The 2013 project was a musical collaboration betw...


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Smart TVs, smart fridges, smart washing machines? Disaster waiting to happen

Smart TVs, smart fridges, smart washing machines? Disaster waiting to happen | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Op-ed: Hardware companies are generally bad at writing software—and bad at updating it.

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, January 10, 2014 5:24 AM
But these smart features make the devices substantially more complex. Your smart TV is not really a TV so much as an all-in-one computer that runs Android, WebOS, or some custom operating system of the manufacturer's invention. And where once it was purely a device for receiving data over a coax cable, it's now equipped with bidirectional networking interfaces, exposing the Internet to the TV and the TV to the Internet. The result is a whole lot of exposure to security problems. Even if we assume that these devices ship with no known flaws—a questionable assumption in and of itself if SOHO routers are anything to judge by—a few months or years down the line, that will no longer be the case. Flaws and insecurities will be uncovered, and the software components of these smart devices will need to be updated to address those problems. They'll need these updates for the lifetime of the device, too. Old software is routinely vulnerable to newly discovered flaws, so there's no point in any reasonable timeframe at which it's OK to stop updating the software.
bvdb's comment, January 11, 2014 1:32 AM
... and few people update, moreover, at a given point in time, your 6 y.o. tv is not updated anymore by those who put it on the market. A cyanogenmod-TV?
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Arbeidsvitaminen - Jeugdsentimenten.net

Arbeidsvitaminen - Jeugdsentimenten.net | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Arbeidsvitaminen zullen jullie wel zeggen, is nog steeds op de radio dus niet echt Jeugdsentiment?

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Jan Bergmans's comment, January 8, 2014 3:03 PM
Top Of Flop ?youtu.be/kcPySoOlrFk
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4FJcahKotc
bvdb's comment, January 8, 2014 3:35 PM
kleutertje luister - met Joop ...
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Myth Busting: Is Linux Immune to Viruses? | linux.com

Myth Busting: Is Linux Immune to Viruses? | linux.com | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
In a word, no. Any computer that is attached to a network is not immune to viruses. But, as with everything else, it's relative. If you compare the vulnerability of Linux to Windows, you can

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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.'s curator insight, December 17, 2013 3:36 AM

[In a word, ·no."]

*As with all, #the best #securty is the #commonsense

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101Harmony

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CEO / President Of One Y Films USA

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, December 14, 2013 10:51 AM

You’re the future, and you’ve come for what is yours
The hidden treasure, locked behind the hidden doors
And the promise of a day that’s shining new
Only a dreamer, could afford this point of view
You’re a driver, not a passenger in life
If you’re ready, you won’t have to try ’cause

You are the Universe
And there ain’t nothing you can’t do
If you conceive it, you can achieve it
That’s why I believe in you  yes I do

You’re a winner, so do what you came here for
The secret weapon, isn’t secret anymore
You’re a driver, not a passenger in life
And when you’re ready, you won’t have to try ’cause

You are the Universe
And there ain’t nothing you can’t do
If you conceive it, you can achieve it
That’s why I believe in you  yes I do

You are the Universe
And there ain’t nothin’ you can’t be
If you conceive it, you can achieve it
That’s why, I believe in you, and I believe in me

Yes I do
Believe in you
I do

You’re a driver, not a passenger in life
And when you’re ready, you won’t have to try ’cause

You are the Universe

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23 Great Sources For Free Educational Videos Online

23 Great Sources For Free Educational Videos Online | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Students love to watch and learn. Why not showcase some of the best free educational videos and their repositories then?

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María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, November 28, 2013 7:26 AM

Very nice sharing. Thanks

Scott Anderson (Daymap)'s curator insight, December 1, 2013 7:53 PM

Here are some fantastic and free links teachers can use!

Maggie McGuirk Veres's curator insight, September 3, 2014 1:48 PM

It's worth a look.

 

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The 11 American nations, in one map

The 11 American nations, in one map | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it

Red states and blue states? Flyover country and the coasts? How simplistic. Colin Woodard, a reporter at the Portland Press Herald and author of several books, says North America can be broken neatly into 11 separate nation-states, where dominant cultures explain our voting behaviors and attitudes toward everything from social issues to the role of government.

“The borders of my eleven American nations are reflected in many different types of maps — including maps showing the distribution of linguistic dialects, the spread of cultural artifacts, the prevalence of different religious denominations, and the county-by-county breakdown of voting in virtually every hotly contested presidential race in our history,” Woodard writes in the Fall 2013 issue of Tufts University’s alumni magazine. “Our continent’s famed mobility has been reinforcing, not dissolving, regional differences, as people increasingly sort themselves into like-minded communities.”

Take a look at his map.

 


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Alec Castagno's curator insight, September 23, 2014 12:54 PM

The first thing I noticed about this map, and really liked, was that the nations extend past the borders of the United States. That allows these nations to reflect the similarities shared among large regions. These cultural, economic, and political regions reflect something that extends beyond the political borders of any one country. Southern Arizona is very similar to Mexico just like Northern Idaho is similar to Canada. The region labeled the Far West lumps together many different areas, likely because of the similar geography. However, there is more diversity in these areas than the map shows, for example there is a fairly big difference between the culture and political beliefs of Nevada and Utah, and western New Mexico is very different from Montana.

Hector Alonzo's curator insight, October 13, 2014 12:31 PM

The way this map has been broken up is rather accurate. With the Greater Appalachia, stretching through West Virginia and into northwest Texas. Also, El Norte being separated due to the linguistic differences that have always been around that area.

Lena Minassian's curator insight, January 27, 2015 6:47 PM

This article was very interesting because it gave you a different way to look at not only the Unites States but the North American continent as well. I never realized that this continent can be broken into 11 separate nation-states. These 11 different divisions all represent and explain the different cultures or view points of the people living in them. The divisions can be a result anywhere from voting choices, social issues, religious beliefs, or just that particular type of community. I live in the Yankeedom. Northeastern states value education and are more comfortable with government regulation versus other areas. I was unaware that within the El Norte region, southwest Texas and the border region is the oldest and most different in America. Areas where independence was valued more had higher levels of violent deaths rather than the areas that had more government interventions.

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Project Imagin8ion

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Project Imagin8ion

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, October 19, 2013 2:52 PM
Challenge

Introduce Canon’s new DSLR cameras by demonstrating the endless creative possibilities they offer consumers instead of simply trumpeting a list of high-tech features.

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“Zuckerberg Files” collects everything Facebook CEO has ever said in public

“Zuckerberg Files” collects everything Facebook CEO has ever said in public | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Professor seeks "an understanding of how [Zuckerberg] talks about privacy."

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, October 31, 2013 3:09 PM

Zimmer and his team are putting in no small amount of effort. The professor described it as "a very manual process" and said his team has done everything from traditional Web searches to combing Lexis Nexis archives, even going through Zuckerberg's Wikipedia entry line by line. So while the archive is only days old, the materials thus far date back to Facebook's early days in 2004. Zimmer said he’s already started to draw some preliminary conclusions.

“One thing I noticed is more international trips to talk about the platform and the business, which I suspect is a reflection of how the company is changing," he said. "[There's] the IPO and the more recent talk about immigration reform. He’s started to move into some other arenas.”

Facebook did not immediately respond to Ars' request for comment.

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Powered by Linux – International Space Station time lapse photography

Powered by Linux – International Space Station time lapse photography | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWz5ltE_I4c   The NASA video starts over the Southern United States See Comet Lovejoy rising at 2 minutes 45 seconds See Aurora Borealis over Hudson Bay at 3mins 15 s...

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Hackable #media-#streaming #speaker does #HiFi with #tubes | linuxgizmos.com | * #bring the #heat back to the #Music ♪ ♫ thru #opensource

Hackable #media-#streaming #speaker does #HiFi with #tubes | linuxgizmos.com | * #bring the #heat back to the #Music ♪ ♫ thru #opensource | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Tubecore's "Duo" wireless media-streaming speaker embeds a Raspberry Pi or Udoo SBC, and features Bluetooth and WiFi, plus a 48v Class A analog-tube preamp.

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* #bring the #heat back to the #Music ♪ ♫ thru #opensource

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What are Chromebooks? And why you don't need Windows any more... - Muktware

What are Chromebooks? And why you don't need Windows any more... - Muktware | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
If you are planning to update your laptop and your use-case is similar to that of my wife - Chromebook is the way to go. There is just no need to buy a Windows PC.

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Love Relationships by Michael Burgwin | Relating 360

Love Relationships by Michael Burgwin | Relating 360 | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Loving relationships grow people precisely because they expose the lovers' unresolved fears related to intimacy. Shedding fear on the way to maximizing ones capacity to love is one of the

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, March 19, 2014 1:14 PM

Loving relationships grow people precisely because they expose the lovers' unresolved fears related to intimacy. Shedding fear on the way to maximizing ones capacity to love is one of the hallmarks of personal growth and maturation. If a person gets close enough to a person for love to ignite, then the battle between love and fear begins.

Fear is a natural response to uncertainty and feelings of insecurity that emerges out of our earliest years as children. If the familial environment is predominantly loving and the infant's experience is for the most part secure, then the child as adult will find it much easier to love than if the opposite is true. Children whose dominant earliest experiences are insecure and fearful, struggle with those feelings for the rest of their lives, or until they enter an intimate, loving relationship.

When in love, every cell in our bodies tunes to that warm vibration. At a pace unique to each individual, stored fear is progressively displaced by love. If the displacement happens too quickly, the person can be overwhelmed by the released fear and will run away from the relationship in order to restore their inner equanimity.

The process of displacing fear and insecurity with love and security is complicated by the emergence of ego during adolescence. Ego thrives on fear, whereas authentic self is empowered by genuine, unconditional love. Ego emerges as our false self, a fragile self-protective and self-fulfilling facade that deludes the insecure by generating an illusion of love that is non-threatening.

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For those about to embark on something transmedia, we salute you

For those about to embark on something transmedia, we salute you | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, January 8, 2014 10:42 PM


Simon Staffans:  "The year has started briskly with a number of articles talking about 2014 as the year of the tipping point. Finally the audience is in place (granted, it has probably been in place for quite some time already) but even more crucially, the entertainment industry is poised to take advantage of this, by moving into the creation of story worlds and franchises in an even bigger way than before."

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Ubuntu is going to add BitTorrent search capabilities dir... - Gizmodo

Ubuntu is going to add BitTorrent search capabilities dir... - Gizmodo | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Ubuntu is going to add BitTorrent search capabilities directly into its Unity desktop. Which is neat.

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 Ubuntu is going to add BitTorrent search capabilities directly into its Unity desktop. Which is neat.
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Timothy Wolfram's curator insight, January 9, 2014 5:38 AM

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Innovation under Austerity - Transcript - Software Freedom Law Center

Innovation under Austerity - Transcript - Software Freedom Law Center | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software.

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Slideshow: 10 Linux-Based Robots by Land, Air, And Sea | Linux.com

Slideshow: 10 Linux-Based Robots by Land, Air, And Sea | Linux.com | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Innovative, new, or newly updated Linux robots.

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Movie-making for everyone | Plotagon

Movie-making for everyone | Plotagon | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, November 26, 2013 3:43 AM

Make movies just by writing

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Volcker Rule Definition | Investopedia

Volcker Rule Definition | Investopedia | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
Trading restrictions placed on financial institutions. The Volcker rule separates investment banking, private equity and proprietary trading (hedge fund) sections of financial institutions from their consumer lending arms.

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, November 15, 2013 9:37 AM

 

Investopedia explains 'Volcker Rule'

Named after former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, the Volcker rule basically stops banks from doing their normal business (installment loans, residential mortgages, equity credit loans, deposit services) as well as trading on their own behalf. The rule was introduced following the recession of 2008, to control the risk associated with the financial sector. Wall Street banks were accused of accumulating an excessive amount of risk and unfair business practices due to the inability of regulators to properly monitor their complex instruments and activities. The Volcker rule aims to protect individuals by creating a more transparent financial framework which can be regulated with greater ease.

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Innovation under Austerity - Transcript - Software Freedom Law Center

Innovation under Austerity - Transcript - Software Freedom Law Center | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software.

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Calls To Limit Speech In The Snowden Era Underscore The Importance Of A Free Press | TechCrunch

Calls To Limit Speech In The Snowden Era Underscore The Importance Of A Free Press | TechCrunch | შეიცანი მტერი და გაანადგურე! | Scoop.it
The Snowden revelations have reignited a discussion about privacy -- especially privacy in the digital age. That discussion will eventually, we can hope, not..

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, November 1, 2013 9:31 AM
In short, [NSA General Keith Alexander] is not much of a fan of free speech, an adversarial press, a transparent government, public accountability, or a great many other things that a constitutional, democratic republic requires to function.