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As we progress in evolution we do make mistakes. In that case we should re-think and restart from the scraps and from the beginning.
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Study Examines Vitamin D Deficiency and Cognition Relationship

Study Examines Vitamin D Deficiency and Cognition Relationship | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
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new study that looks at the relationship between vitamin D deficiency and cognitive impairment in older adults enhances the existing
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How bad is it to just memorize a subject without understanding it?

How bad is it to just memorize a subject without understanding it? | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
Answer (1 of 33): It is a complete and utter waste of time.

If you memorize and do not understand, you will not be able to repeatedly use that information and thus will not maintain the memories.
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..intresting I was redirected on to Quora so let's see what's new there !!

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Evernote | Remember everything with Evernote, Skitch and our other great apps.

Evernote | Remember everything with Evernote, Skitch and our other great apps. | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
The Evernote family of products help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use. (Having fun learning Evernote.
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..perfect tool, using it for a year now. 

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Can I merge all my social networking sites?

Can I merge all my social networking sites? | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
- - Absolutely. I've been playing with the Flock web browser (www.flock.com), which does a really good job of bringing together services like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr.
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I was just thinking about how it would be possible to make or find a solution to connect to social networks that normally use.

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Acute Stress Primes Brain for Better Cognitive and Mental Performance - Science Daily (press release)

Acute Stress Primes Brain for Better Cognitive and Mental Performance - Science Daily (press release) | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
Acute Stress Primes Brain for Better Cognitive and Mental Performance Science Daily (press release) Using special cell labeling techniques, the researchers established that the new nerve cells triggered by the acute stress were the same ones...
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..svakako bih se složio s ovom tvrdnjom. Naime, stres odnosno jedan njegov nusprodukt inače znan kao 'paranoja' jest stanje duha i tijela u jednoj skladnoj vibraciji koja je puno više usklađena s prirodnim procesima nego uobičajeno 'mrtvo' stanje duha i tijela a na koje moderna znanost i medicina ima visoko mišljenje.

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Classic Papers in Programming Languages and Logic

Classic Papers in Programming Languages and Logic | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it

Via Mário Florido
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..i stvarno postoje ljudi kojima je stalo do znanja te da se isto prosljeđuje. Uživam u prekopavanju osnovi iznova i opet.

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Crash Course on Notation in Programming Language Theory

Crash Course on Notation in Programming Language Theory | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it

"this post is a crash course on the notation used in programming language theory ("PL theory" for short).  I'll assume the reader is an experienced programmer but not an experienced mathematician or PL theorist."


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..learning easy is the way I respect.

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Grammar errors? The brain detects them even when you are unaware

Grammar errors? The brain detects them even when you are unaware | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
Your brain often works on autopilot when it comes to grammar. That theory has been around for years, but neuroscientists have now captured elusive hard evidence that people indeed detect and process grammatical errors with no awareness of doing so.
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..yes this is right, I have noticed not just that we are not making mistakes on wake up state but also when we are sleeping. 

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Bitcoin Network Speed 8 Times Faster than Top 500 Supercomputers Combined

Bitcoin Network Speed 8 Times Faster than Top 500 Supercomputers Combined | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
The bitcoin network speed estimate on bitcoinwatch.com passed 1 exaFLOPS (1,000 petaFLOPS) this week - over 8 times the combined speed of the top 500 supercomputers.

 

The bitcoin network hashrate estimate on bitcoinwatch.compassed 1 exaFLOPS (1,000 petaFLOPS) this week – over 8 times the combined speed of the top 500 supercomputers. Experts will be quick to point out that this estimate is flawed, since no FLOPS are actually used in bitcoin mining. FLOPS stands for FLoating-point Operations Per Second, and is frequently used as a standard to measure computer speed. Bitcoin mining uses an integer calculation and almost no floating-point operations, so converting bitcoin network speed to this standard is somewhat clumsy.

 

The FLOPS estimate is based on the opportunity cost of computers using their hardware for mining instead of other applications.  Miners are using their graphics cards to perform hashes instead of other FLOPS-based distributed computing. Therefore, a conversion rate of 1 hash = 12.7K FLOP is used to estimate what this hardware could be doing.

 

The estimate was created in 2011, before the production of ASIC hardware that now dominates the network. ASICS are custom designed chips that can only perform bitcoin mining calculations. The exaFLOPS estimate breaks down with ASICs, because they are not capable of floating-point operations, and therefore there is no opportunity cost associated with their use.

 

Interestingly, the estimate may still be useful for estimating how well other supercomputers and distributed networking projects would be able to mine bitcoins. Their speed is measured in FLOPS, but they also have the capability of performing the integer operations used in hashing. What would happen if the top 10 supercomputers all switched to bitcoin mining? How much would that affect the network? Lets reverse the equation, and say that they would receive 1 hash for every 12.7k FLOP.

 

The fastest computer, Sequoia, would measure at about 1.6% of the bitcoin network. Their combined speed is 48 petaFLOPS, roughly equivalent to 5% of the bitcoin network. In fact, the top 500 supercomputers have a combined speed of 12% of the bitcoin network.

 

To actually use these computers for mining, It would take more than just installing standard mining software. But lets be honest, these computers have better things to work on like curing cancer, solving global warming, and monitoring banking transactions.


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4 Twitter Tools Every Teacher should Know about

4 Twitter Tools Every Teacher should Know about | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it

Twitter is a powerful educational social networking website that has a huge potential for  teachers professional development.

 

Twitter is also ideal as a  PLN  where you get to connect with other educators from all around the globe and exchange teaching and learning materials with them. Building a PLN, however, requires making acquaintances with similar like-minded teachers and also developing your list of followers; but once you have such a solid PLN problems of maintaining it and staying updated with what others tweet become a tricky challenge.

 

I have curated for you some powerful tools to help you benefit the maximum from  the PLN you create on Twitter. Check them out below.

 


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..eto Twitter je upravo ono što mi nismo. Marljiv, uporan, nepogrešiv i ponekad zanimljiv. Dajte ga si opskrbite.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, April 26, 2013 9:51 AM

 

Learn more:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?q=Twitter

 

 

Check also:

 

PLN:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=PLN

 

Curation:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=Curation

 

Sharla Shults's curator insight, April 27, 2013 11:47 PM

Twitter is not just for tweets any more! This little birdie sings more than one tune :-)

Jordi Castells's curator insight, April 28, 2013 3:18 PM

Twitter gets into Personal Learning Environments !

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47 Mind-Blowing Psychological Facts You Should Know About Yourself

47 Mind-Blowing Psychological Facts You Should Know About Yourself | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
You can't actually multitask, you're more susceptible to ads when you're sad, and other surprising facts. (I randomly researched again about Psychological Facts.
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..Actually .. we still have a lot to work on ourselves. There are some examples of how to cheat us, or that we can return tit for tat.

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Spanda!

Spanda! | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it

Spanda is a Sanskrit term – derived from the root spadi: “to move a little” (kimcit calana) – for the subtle creative pulse of the universe as it manifests into the dynamism of living form. (...)

 

It might be described as the essence of a wave in the ocean of consciousness. An impulse or desire to create and enjoy, likened to an eternal spring, joyfully overflowing its inner essence into manifestation and inspiration, yet ever full, complete and unchanging. (...)


"Spanda is the pulsation of the ecstasy of the divine consciousness", as Abinahavagupta (975-1025 c.e.) defines it. When we sense this pulsation inside us, we are sensing our own personal spark of that huge, primordial life force. It is the energy behind the breath, the heartbeat, and the movement of our thoughts and feelings. It is also the source of all our inner experiences. When we get deep into ourselves, we realize that this throb, this subtle pulsation, is actually ‘meditating’ us.

 

http://www.spanda.org/SPANDAJOURNAL_C&D2.0_L.pdf

 

Image via @SpandaNetwork

HT @cyber_shaman

 


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..i stvarno je tako.

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danijel drnić's comment, March 19, 2013 7:31 PM
..there is circle I like to take for good example..and it goes something like this : TOUGH-WORD-LETTER-DEED. How can't this be real. I love this article. It say the true.
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Is Bitcoin Money?

Is Bitcoin Money? | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
Since Bitcoin is now a $400 million market, with its pricehitting new all-time highs, now might be good time to ask, is bitcoin money?
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..dakle, koliko ljudi zna za naš bankarski dominijum i koliko on ima utjecaja na naš svakodnevni život !?

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Let's Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can't Eliminate Them

Let's Limit the Effect of Software Patents, Since We Can't Eliminate Them | Learning on easy way. | Scoop.it
Patents threaten every software developer, and the patent wars we have long feared have broken out. Software developers and software users – which in our society, is most people – need software to be free of patents.

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..this should be exactly as it was written.

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