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INFINITE CUE POINTS: HOW TO USE ABLETON TO MAKE DJ CUE POINTS | Ableton Tutorials, Tips and Techniques for Producers of All Levels

INFINITE CUE POINTS: HOW TO USE ABLETON TO MAKE DJ CUE POINTS | Ableton Tutorials, Tips and Techniques for Producers of All Levels | how the internet has changed social interactions | Scoop.it

Of the many complaints lodged against Ableton Live by users of DJ software such as Serato and Traktor, the lack of cue points is one of the most recurrent. Whereas most DJ software allow you to create multiple cue points within the track–such as Intro, Chorus, Buildup, etc.–Ableton has no such thing. Luckily, there is a way to get around this with this simple trick that will allow you to make cue points to your little heart’s content.


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Mobile internet on the rise

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Magazine for top managers (Mobile internet on the rise http://t.co/fouyxuAtjj)
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ScienceDirect.com - Journal of Computer and System Sciences - Predicting User Personality by Mining Social Interactions in Facebook

ScienceDirect.com - Journal of Computer and System Sciences - Predicting User Personality by Mining Social Interactions in Facebook | how the internet has changed social interactions | Scoop.it

Adaptive applications may benefit from having models of users╩╝ personality to adapt their behavior accordingly. There is a wide variety of domains in which this can be useful, i.e., assistive technologies, e-learning, e-commerce, health care or recommender systems, among others. The most commonly used procedure to obtain the user personality consists of asking the user to fill in questionnaires. However, on one hand, it would be desirable to obtain the user personality as unobtrusively as possible, yet without compromising the reliability of the model built. On the other hand, our hypothesis is that users with similar personality are expected to show common behavioral patterns when interacting through virtual social networks, and that these patterns can be mined in order to predict the tendency of a user personality. With the goal of inferring personality from the analysis of user interactions within social networks, we have developed TP2010, a Facebook application. It has been used to collect information about the personality traits of more than 20,000 users, along with their interactions within Facebook. Based on all the collected data, automatic classifiers were trained by using different machine learning techniques, with the purpose of looking for interaction patterns that provide information about the users╩╝ personality traits. These classifiers are able to predict user personality starting from parameters related to user interactions, such as the number of friends or the number of wall posts. The results show that the classifiers have a high level of accuracy, making the proposed approach a reliable method for predicting the user personality.

 

Source: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S002200001300072X

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Mark A. Taylor's curator insight, March 25, 2013 4:12 PM

the time is near for all to know personality.....

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Are Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC's) Changing Education?

Are Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC's) Changing Education? | how the internet has changed social interactions | Scoop.it

The idea of using the collective intelligence of a community or group of people to solve a problem isn't anything new. Much like the massively multiplayer online role playing games (MMORPG's) work in gaming, massive open online courses (MOOC's) works for education. While the movement is still relatively new and hard to measure, the New York Times did just report that the standard for course completion is a balmy 10%, with 20% being "a wild success" according to the article.


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MOOC's, I feel, is definitely the future of higher education. CIS120 FRANCIS WHITT

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15 Iconic People Who Changed Internet - Siliconindia.com

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They co-founded Google.com, the largest search engine in the world. The company later diversified into many areas from online social networking like Google+ to mobile OS Android to cloud computing, and undoubtedly it’s the biggest internet company in the world.  

 


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Internet Topology: Massive and Amazing Graphs - Smart Data Collective

Internet Topology: Massive and Amazing Graphs - Smart Data Collective | how the internet has changed social interactions | Scoop.it

I selected a few from this Google search. Which one is best? Re-usable in other contexts? What about videos showing growth over time, or more sophisticated graphs where link thickness represents "Internet highway" bandwidth or speed. And what about a video representing a simulated reflected DNS attack, rendering 10% of the Internet virtually dead, and showing how the attack spreads across the network?

 


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Leandro Velloso's curator insight, April 1, 2013 1:56 PM

O espaço topológico da internet.