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What Plants Talk About - Full Length Documentary

"This program integrates hard-core science with a light-hearted look at how plants behave, revealing a world where plants are as busy, responsive and complex as we are."


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Eve Emshwiller's curator insight, April 24, 2013 1:24 PM

I hope to have time to watch this sometime soon.

Ana G. Valenzuela Zapata's curator insight, April 25, 2013 2:55 AM

Hermoso

Subhabrata Panda's curator insight, April 25, 2013 11:33 AM

This an in-depth studies on biological phenomena with the help of physical and chemical methods.

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Verizon: Video accounts for 50% of mobile network traffic, and it’s only growing | GigaOM TechNews

Verizon: Video accounts for 50% of mobile network traffic, and it’s only growing | GigaOM TechNews | rap developpement | Scoop.it

 

An interesting tidbit came out of Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam’s speech at the National Association of Broadcasters conference on Tuesday: Half of the traffic on Verizon’s mobile networks is now video, FierceWireless reported, and by 2017 Verizon expects that number to grow to two-thirds.

 

At first glance, it would appear that Verizon just is keeping with the global average. Cisco Systems’ Visual Networking Index pegs video at 51 percent of all traffic bound for mobile devices. But Cisco is counting on all traffic to mobile smartphones and tablets whether they’re connected to cellular or Wi-Fi networks. According to Cisco’s calculations one third of “mobile” traffic never hits the cell tower, traversing Wi-Fi networks instead.

 

Meanwhile, McAdam is claiming that half the load on its mobile airwaves is now video, which is frankly quite a lot. McAdam had a good explanation for why: LTE. As its customers move to LTE’s faster pipe, the video experience improves — buffering and choppiness drop away — which in turn encourages more video watching. In fact, a better connection seems to naturally begets more data usage in general. Only 23 percent of Verizon’s subscribers have an LTE device, but they account for well over 50 percent of Verizon’s network traffic.

 

I doubt Verizon is saddened by this development. As more customers start consuming more video they’ll have to upgrade (the ones that aren’t still clinging to their grandfathered unlimited plans, at least) to bigger data plans to handle that load.

 

But Verizon does face a perplexing problem. It’s doubtful many customers are going to start paying upwards of $100 a month for the 10 GB-plus data plans necessary to support hard-core video consumption. So while it wants to encourage its customers to consume more video, there are plenty of economic incentives convincing mobile subscribers to do the opposite.

 

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WC & Daz Dillinger Confirm Collaborative Album, "West Coast Gangsta Sh*t" | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales | HipHop DX

WC & Daz Dillinger Confirm Collaborative Album, "West Coast Gangsta Sh*t" | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales | HipHop DX | rap developpement | Scoop.it
Westside Connection and Tha Dogg Pound link, as Daz Dillinger and WC cross paths after 13 years of collaboration for a full-length album together.
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Samba Diallo's comment, April 15, 2013 11:11 AM
le rap n'est pas une musique de violence ,c'est un facteur de developpement