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9 сервисов для создания хроник

9 сервисов для создания хроник | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
О том, как каждое событие представить на шкале времени, читайте в нашем обзоре лучших сервисов и приложений для создания хроник.

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Olga Kudriavtseva 's curator insight, June 30, 2015 2:30 AM

Несмотря на то, что хроника у нас ассоциируется в первую очередь с последовательностью исторических событий, составление #таймлайн  сегодня – обычное дело не только для учёбы или работы, но и для личных нужд. Хроники будут интересны не только тем, кто хочет разобраться в исторических перипетиях, но и тем, кто хотел бы создать свою собственную уникальную историю, обозначив те события своей жизни, которые оставили настоящий след в судьбе. Ведь, по сути, создание хроники – это универсальный способ организовать любую информацию. Новые инструменты объединяют аудио, видео, фотографии на одной странице, в хронологическом порядке и всегда рассказывают уникальную историю. Сегодня творцом такой истории сможете быть вы сами. Именно поэтому мы решили описать лучшие сервисы и приложения для создания хроник.

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Все идет по плану: что нужно знать из прогнозов Рэя Курцвейла 2019–2099 / Slon.ru

Все идет по плану: что нужно знать из прогнозов Рэя Курцвейла 2019–2099 / Slon.ru | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
Известный футуролог и технический директор Google за 20 лет в своих книгах, блогах, интервью и лекциях расписал наше будущее по годам. Мы собрали все его предсказания в хронологическом порядке
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Переводика - Как и почему меняется наша талантливость с возрастом

Переводика - Как и почему меняется наша талантливость с возрастом | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
Стабильным кадровым ресурсом в инновационных проектах, требующих креативного подхода, могут быть только квалифицированные специалисты, преодолевшие неизбежный «творческий спад» сорокалетнего возраста. Тотальное омолаживание коллектива является гарантией провала инновационного проекта...
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Визуализация истории государств Европы

видео истории государственных границ в Европе за 1000 лет 

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2015: The year there will be more cellular connections than people - Reality Sandwich

2015: The year there will be more cellular connections than people - Reality Sandwich | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
The usage of mobile devices is steadily increasing, and by 2015, the number of mobile connections will surpass the number of people on Earth. (More cellular connections than people? In 2015 the @noosphere hits a milestone.
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проект "ЖИВАЯ ИСТОРИЯ". Хронологические базы на рус. языке

проект "ЖИВАЯ ИСТОРИЯ". Хронологические базы на рус. языке | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it

53 базы данных на 52 тысячи датированных событий. Весят немного. Скачиваются свободно. 

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5 сервисов для создания хроник

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Historypin (Historypin) on Twitter

Historypin (Historypin) on Twitter | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
The latest from Historypin (@Historypin). A global community collaborating around history, created by @WeAreWhatWeDo. Tweets by @RebekkahAbraham and Will
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200 years of immigration to the U.S., visualized

200 years of immigration to the U.S., visualized | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it

"Where have immigrants to the U.S. come from? Natalia Bronshtein, a professor and consultant who runs the blog Insightful Interaction, created this fascinating visualization of the number of immigrants to the U.S. since 1829 by country of origin.  The graph hints at tragic events in world history. The first influx of Irish occurred during the potato famine in 1845, while the massive influx of Russians in the first decade of the 20th Century was driven by anti-Semitic violence of the Russian pogroms (riots). Meanwhile in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, army conscription and the forced assimilation of minority groups drove people to the U.S. in the early 1900s.  Since WWII, Central and South America and Asia have replaced Europe as the largest source of immigrants to the U.S. Immigration shrunk to almost nothing as restrictions tightened during WWII, and then gradually expanded to reach its largest extent ever in the first decade of the 21st Century."

 

Tags: migration, historical, USA, visualization.


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David Holoka's curator insight, September 8, 2015 9:36 AM

The statistics in this article shocked me. I already new America took in a large number of immigrants, but I thought most came illegally from Mexico. Instead, the immigrants we hold are very diverse in ethnicity.  

Mrs. Madeck's curator insight, October 1, 2015 5:56 PM

Migration

Fred Issa's curator insight, October 5, 2015 4:24 PM

We tend to forget that the first real Americans were the Native American Indians. Immigration is a hotly discussed topic right now, but I wonder where we would be as a nation, if the original Native Americans told the settlers at Roanoke Island, the Chesapeake, and Plymouth Rock, that no, we are not allowing any foreigners to settle on our shores and land. Food for thought. Fred Issa,

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40 Maps That Explain The Middle East

40 Maps That Explain The Middle East | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
These maps are crucial for understanding the region's history, its present, and some of the most important stories there today.

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Lora Tortolani's curator insight, March 15, 2015 8:47 PM

It is interesting to see the same trends over and over again.  These maps are a great tool to show the history of the area, as well as the history of religion and political views.  I appreciate the information provided since the Middle East has undergone the most transitions (going all the way back to Mesopotamia) and its history can be confusing. 

Alex Vielman's curator insight, November 23, 2015 3:17 PM

Maps like the ones posted in this article, really helps people to understand and break down deeply of understanding the entire region as a whole. Visualization is very important in geography when trying to understand the region people are talking about. this region as goes down to the Mesopotamia Era. It is important to know, how the culture was in this area to how it differentiated during the Ottoman Empire. During the first couple of maps, we can begin to see the division of the entire region. As you go on, we begin to notice the divisions between people, religion, language between states and in-states. There is so much information to know about the Middle East region and it may be even harder to understand due to the tons of changes and separations, but it is important to understand these divisions like the Sunni's and the Shi'ites in order to fully explain the development and the current situations that are occurring in this region as we speak. 

Matt Ramsdell's curator insight, December 7, 2015 5:18 PM

These 40 maps are a very interesting way of showing how people have traveled around and moved about the Earth from the time of the fertile crescent era to the people of today. It shows us the paths that people have taken to move to a new location. How they used the Meditteranean Sea to move from one side to the other. It also shows how the Tigris and Euphrates came together to form a smaller area of the Persian gulf. This led to smalled economic growth because now there is less land for imports and exports.

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Geographies of Empire European Empires and Colonies C.1880 1960 (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography (Paperback)) By Robin A. Butlin

Geographies of Empire European Empires and Colonies C.1880 1960 (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography (Paperback)) By Robin A. Butlin | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it
Geographies of Empire European Empires and Colonies C.1880 1960 (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography (Paperback)) By (author) Robin A.
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A brief History of Social Media (1969-2012) [INFOGRAPHIC]

A brief History of Social Media (1969-2012) [INFOGRAPHIC] | History in Personal Culture | Scoop.it

But here’s the thing: the history of social media actually goes back a lot further, and its roots can be found in blogging, Google, AOL, ICQ, the beginnings of the world wide web and, perhaps surprisingly, CompuServe. 


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James Douglass's curator insight, August 8, 2015 4:54 PM

Can anyone predict the next 33 years of Social Media? We don’t know it but the History of Social Media belongs to our digital culture. Let’s meet  the pioneers of digital life. 

Ellen Dougherty's curator insight, August 8, 2015 8:49 PM

Can anyone predict the next 33 years of Social Media? We don’t know it but the History of Social Media belongs to our digital culture. Let’s meet  the pioneers of digital life. 

Margaret LibStudies's curator insight, October 22, 2015 12:33 AM

I remember geocities and ICQ, and my first blog was a Livejournal. Interesting to see how long some things have really been around for.

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Historypin | Home

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Historypin is a way for millions of people to come together to share glimpses of the past and build up the story of human history
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