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Your Business' Reputation May Just Depend on Your Next Email

Your Business' Reputation May Just Depend on Your Next Email | Communication design | Scoop.it
A thoughtless or rash message can wind up online in an instant. Avoid this form of self-sabotage.
Being nice to people isn't just a good idea because that's what mom would want.
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Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback – Smashing Magazine

Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback – Smashing Magazine | Communication design | Scoop.it
“ How do you know whether users are being fair and objective in their feedback? Well, they won’t be. All of your users will be giving you biased feedback. They can’t help it.”
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Whales and dolphins have rich 'human-like' cultures and societies

Whales and dolphins have rich 'human-like' cultures and societies | Communication design | Scoop.it
Whales and dolphins (Cetaceans) live in tightly-knit social groups, have complex relationships, talk to each other and even have regional dialects - much like human societies.

 


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Astronomers Strike Gravitational Gold In Colliding Neutron Stars

Astronomers Strike Gravitational Gold In Colliding Neutron Stars | Communication design | Scoop.it
In an astonishing discovery, astronomers used gravitational waves to locate two neutron stars smashing together. The collision created 200 Earth masses of pure gold, along with other elements.
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‘Aerial’ brings beautiful Apple TV video screensavers to your Mac

‘Aerial’ brings beautiful Apple TV video screensavers to your Mac | Communication design | Scoop.it
Apple has created a new screensaver for the fourth-gen Apple TV that consists of a collection of videos taken all over the world. While it’s possible to locate these screensaver videos online…
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DESIGN THINKING, EXPLAINED SOLVE ANY BUSINESS PROBLEM WITH THIS APPROACH. - #service #design

DESIGN THINKING, EXPLAINED SOLVE ANY BUSINESS PROBLEM WITH THIS APPROACH. - #service #design | Communication design | Scoop.it
  WHY IT MATTERS Coming up with an idea is easy. Coming up with the right one takes work. With design thinking, throwing out what you think you know and starting from scratch opens up all kinds of possibilities. What is design thinking? Design thinking is an innovative problem-solving process rooted in a set of…
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LIGO’s gravitational wave detection takes home a Nobel Prize

LIGO’s gravitational wave detection takes home a Nobel Prize | Communication design | Scoop.it
A theoretician, a hardware builder, and a project organizer share the honor.

 

From almost the moment their discovery was announced, everyone agreed that the first sighting of gravitational waves was going to win a Nobel Prize. The only questions were when and who would receive the honor. Both of those questions have now been answered. When is now, and who turned out to be three individuals who contributed to the project in very different ways.

 

Caltech's Kip Thorne, a theoretician who made sure we knew what a gravitational wave would look like when we saw it, was one honoree. He was joined by Rainer Weiss, an MIT scientist who helped build some of the first prototype detectors that would eventually inspire the LIGO design, and Barry Barish, another Caltech physicist who was put in charge of the LIGO collaboration and became instrumental in ensuring that the hardware was built and that a large international collaboration was present to operate it and analyze the results.

 

While LIGO was a stunning success, its history suggests that there were countless ways it and the entire field of gravitational wave physics might have failed. And those ways all lead back to the very person whose work suggested that space-time itself could experience ripples.


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Bill Gates retirement from Microsoft now includes making meat from plants | Shopify Secrets

Bill Gates retirement from Microsoft now includes making meat from plants | Shopify Secrets | Communication design | Scoop.it
Bill Gates hasn’t been too involved in the ongoings at Microsoft for quite a few years now. Entirely interested in his own humanitarian interests, Gates has
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Amazon Alexa Smart Glasses Could Launch This Year

Amazon Alexa Smart Glasses Could Launch This Year | Communication design | Scoop.it
Amazon is said to be working on a pair of bone conducting audio smart glasses.
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Detection of water stress by drone and infrared thermography | DRONES IMAGING

Detection of water stress by drone and infrared thermography | DRONES IMAGING | Communication design | Scoop.it

On sensitive plants such as citrus, water deficit is a phenomenon that directly affects physiological variables. It results in a sharp decline in crop quality and yield.



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Production and Storage of Stem Cells From Endangered Species

Production and Storage of Stem Cells From Endangered Species | Communication design | Scoop.it

Starting with normal skin cells, scientists from The Scripps Research Institute have produced the first stem cells from endangered species. Such cells could eventually make it possible to improve reproduction and genetic diversity for some species, possibly saving them from extinction, or to bolster the health of endangered animals in captivity.

 

Video collection about stem cells:

http://tinyurl.com/7so5xyp


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BMW produces giant wireless charging pad for your car

BMW produces giant wireless charging pad for your car | Communication design | Scoop.it
The German automaker will produce a huge inductive charging pad for its electric cars, starting in 2018.
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Central Saint Martins students envision Renault's "car of the future"

Central Saint Martins students envision Renault's "car of the future" | Communication design | Scoop.it
A levitating bubble-shaped vehicle has been announced the winner of a competition organised by Renault

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Design for iPhone X – prototypr

Design for iPhone X – prototypr | Communication design | Scoop.it

The iPhone X (read: iPhone ten) is officially here, well it will be on November 3rd. It rocks an edge to edge Super Retina Display with a resolution of 1125×2436px. It also has a cut-out at the top of the screen where you can find some futuristic face unlock features.

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Dronescapes: The New Aerial Photography from Dronestagram

Dronescapes: The New Aerial Photography from Dronestagram | Communication design | Scoop.it
Editor:  Ayperi Karabuda Ecer Publisher:  Thames & Hudson, New York, NY, © 2017 Essays:  Eric Dupin (foreword); Ayperi Karabuda Ecer (introduction) Text: English Hard cover, sewn binding, four-…

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Design in the Age of Anxiety – Mule Design Studio – Medium

Design in the Age of Anxiety – Mule Design Studio – Medium | Communication design | Scoop.it
Recently, I gave a research workshop on a rainy Sunday in Prague. Following a tram ride across a bridge over the Vltava under grey skies, I walked up a cobblestoned alley to the shiny new Merck IT…
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This 3D-printed rib cage made from plastic and titanium has been implanted in a Patient

This 3D-printed rib cage made from plastic and titanium has been implanted in a Patient | Communication design | Scoop.it
It's only the second time in the world that a 3D-printed composite sternum and ribcage has been implanted.

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Will Democracy Survive Big Data and Artificial Intelligence?

Will Democracy Survive Big Data and Artificial Intelligence? | Communication design | Scoop.it
We are in the middle of a technological upheaval that will transform the way society is organized. We must make the right decisions now

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Robert Sullivan's curator insight, October 12, 1:47 PM

Stop Tweeting!!!! .....I could resist when I saw a article about technology and self control.  Somebody mail this to Pennsylvania avenue please.

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A drone-eye view aids humanitarian missions.

A drone-eye view aids humanitarian missions. | Communication design | Scoop.it
The island of Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania in Eastern Africa, expects its shoreline to shrink due to rising sea levels. As a developing country, there are few national resources to gain an understanding of how its communities will be impacted by this challenge.
Tanzania Flying Labs, a regional outpost of the global nonprofit WeRobotics, has partnered with locals to create a high-resolution map of the island using drones. Drone imagery provides evidence to comprehend the changes to the coastline as well as the effects on the island’s ring of protective mangrove forests and human settlements.

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How Quickly Are The Pillars Of Creation Being Destroyed?

How Quickly Are The Pillars Of Creation Being Destroyed? | Communication design | Scoop.it
All star-forming nebulae are eventually destroyed, but reports that the pillars are already gone have been overturned by newer, better data.
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Why Poison Frogs Don’t Poison Themselves

Why Poison Frogs Don’t Poison Themselves | Communication design | Scoop.it

The answer provide clues for developing better drugs to fight pain and addiction.

 

Don’t let their appearance fool you: Thimble-sized, dappled in cheerful colors and squishy, poison frogs in fact harbor some of the most potent neurotoxins we know. With a new paper published in the journal Science, scientists are a step closer to resolving a related head-scratcher — how do these frogs keep from poisoning themselves? And the answer has potential consequences for the fight against pain and addiction.

 

The new research, led by scientists at The University of Texas at Austin, answers this question for a subgroup of poison frogs that use the toxin epibatidine. To keep predators from eating them, the frogs use the toxin, which binds to receptors in an animal’s nervous system and can cause hypertension, seizures, and even death. The researchers discovered that a small genetic mutation in the frogs — a change in just three of the 2,500 amino acids that make up the receptor — prevents the toxin from acting on the frogs’ own receptors, making them resistant to its lethal effects. Not only that, but precisely the same change appeared independently three times in the evolution of these frogs.


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Twitter to Test Doubling Tweet Length to 280 Characters

Twitter to Test Doubling Tweet Length to 280 Characters | Communication design | Scoop.it
Twitter is trying out a version of its service that extends the allotted text limit of a post to 280 characters, double the current amount.

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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, September 27, 2:02 PM
"Twitter said the people who will get to test the 280-character tweets will be randomly selected."

Let's hope and pray that the gods of randomness do not select the Donald.
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High-Dimensional Quantum Encryption Performed in Real-World City Conditions for First Time

High-Dimensional Quantum Encryption Performed in Real-World City Conditions for First Time | Communication design | Scoop.it

For the first time, researchers have sent a quantum-secured message containing more than one bit of information per photon through the air above a city. The demonstration showed that it could one day be practical to use high-capacity, free-space quantum communication to create a highly secure link between ground-based networks and satellites, a requirement for creating a global quantum encryption network.
 


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Donald Schwartz's curator insight, October 3, 11:33 AM

A hackless encryption system? A JOY JOY!

 

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The engineer’s guide to not making your app look awful

The engineer’s guide to not making your app look awful | Communication design | Scoop.it
A problem that a lot of independent app developers face is that they aren’t graphic designers. I work with an innovation team where I have access to great designers. I also teach app development in…
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A new kind of map: it’s about time – Points of interest

A new kind of map: it’s about time – Points of interest | Communication design | Scoop.it
If you’re like most people, it starts with a ballpark estimate of how long it usually takes. Or maybe several estimates, depending on when you leave for work, how bad traffic is, or whether you’re…
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valuegerbil's comment, September 28, 6:09 AM
Cool