Le Bureau économique de la Province de Namur (Belgique) a édité un guide pratique à l’intention des PME afin que celles-ci mettent en place des stratégies de présence en ligne sur les réseaux sociaux.
En libre téléchargement, le guide pratique des réseaux sociaux pour l’entreprise (39 pages, en pdf) qui porte également l’intitulé « Les réseaux sociaux ? Pas pour mon entreprise! On parie » s’intéresse à la prise en main deFacebook, Twitter, YouTube et LinkedIn.
According to the US Department of Energy, 3D printing uses “50% less energy and 90% less material than traditional manufacturing.”
For a sector that emits more than 1.2 billion tons of greenhouse gases a year, switching to a technology that reduces environmental impact that dramatically could spell much better fortunes for the environment's future.
That makes two of us: How bioengineers are using 3D printing to create body parts South China Morning Post Last week, a man in the US had 75 per cent of his damaged skull replaced with a custom-made implant produced by a 3-D printer.
NXTLOG user hknssn13 built this amazing paper airplane machine. My favorite part is the 4th stage, where four linear actuators make the final folds in the airplane. It looks sick when the entire assembly rises up!
The increasingly ambiguous divide between man and machine just got blurred that much more with Stanford's recent announcement: scientists have successfully created the first truly biological transistor made entirely out of genetic material.
A demographic portrait of humanity if the world were 100 people.
From data source, 100people.org:
The world population has now reached 7 billion people. This milestone inspired us to conduct research to update our statistics, and the changes over the past 5 years are remarkable. In 2006, only 1 person out of 100 would have had a college education-- today that number has jumped to 7 thanks in part to advances in higher education in Asia. The detailed research and source information can be found here and the statistics provided by Donella Meadows in 1990 that originally inspired our project can be viewed here.
The tech industry is in constant flux. There's always a new laptop, smartphone or tablet (or, dare we say, "phablet") to make you and your devices feel ancient. But did you know you use technologies every day that don't require any upgrades?
A couple of months ago, Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars announced that he was building a curvy, loopy and for some reason, largely see-through building, to be made with the help of Enrico Dini’s D-Shape 3D printer.
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