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Sigalon - The Swedish Content Curating Frog - In the Computer Business since 1962 - Love IT !

Sigalon - The Swedish Content Curating Frog  -  In the Computer Business since 1962 - Love IT ! | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it

"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars". Oscar Wilde

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Scoop.it - SigalonValley - Search - Followed - Followers - DailyMagazine - RobinGood - Blog - L'Info Autrement - ToLongToRead - Jean-Philippe BOCQUENET - Buzz Actu

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Scoop.itOnTheWeb - Featured - Popular -  Technology - SpaceExploration - Music - ContentCuration - Health - Medicine - Internet - Society - Activism - Politics - Environment - Agriculture - SocialMedia - Photography - ComputerScience - Programming - Green&Sustainability - Design - Science - Culture - NonProfits - Food&Beverage - LifeStyle - Mobile - Auto&Motorcycle - Innovation - Architecture - Psychology - Communications - DIY - DataVisualization - Electronics - Economy - Finance - Geography - History - Journalism - Literature - Religion - Research - VideoAudio - TV -  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EkTRutq7COCJerjI0uorlhsmPHAb7KzSMzDk-x5XF1w/edit?usp=sharing

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Visit the Sigalon Soup.io (http://sigalon.soup.io), a good source for content curation.

 

As of today, 2014-01-01, the Sigalon Soup has been viewed more than 66,000 times, by more than 25,000 visitors from 159 countries.

 

The Sigalon Soup and the related Soups are news aggregators.

To follow the most recent information on a specific topic, click on an item, -Soup-, in the list specified below.

Each topic contains information from a number of selected RSS feeds, as well as direct links to some relevant sites.

Below the heading "Account" in each Soup, you find icons pointing to the sources from which the RSS feeds are obtained. By clicking on an icon, you can go directly to such a source.

 

See the Sigalon Scoop.it Soup (http://sigalonscoopit.soup.io)

 

See the List of Current Specific Topics in this Document:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uQZUfeeKZKIyYF8U3QqUDIwC1zgu1VkEfpZStUxEm_Q/edit?usp=sharing

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A mission almost 30 years in the making has just profoundly changed what we know about comets

A mission almost 30 years in the making has just profoundly changed what we know about comets | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
It's very possible that carbon-carrying comets that smashed into Earth long ago brought the very ingredients needed for life to arise.
We know that because spacecraft observing comets from afar helped us discover that they are primarily made of ice, but are also sprinkled with organic compounds — the building blocks of life as we know it.

But we needed a closer look at those compounds to test the theory. So in November last year, the European Space Agency (ESA) became the first to land a probe on a comet to study its surface.
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The Man Who Knew Too Much, From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance - Thomas Drake on RAI (3/5)

The Man Who Knew Too Much, From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance - Thomas Drake on RAI (3/5) | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake says the suspension of the Constitution that took place in secret after 9/11, for all intents and purposes, developed with executive orders, regulations, statutes, and oftentimes in cooperation with the Congress - since 1947
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120 Secondes - Sélection de l'été - YouTube

120 Secondes - Sélection de l'été - YouTube | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Ignacio Chollet, Reto Zenhäusern, Stève Berclaz ou Gilles Surchat, .... Retrouvez ici les personnages emblématiques du 120 Secondes et une sélection des meilleures chroniques du duo Vincent Veillon et Vincent Kucholl.
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All about Sudoku Puzzles

All about Sudoku Puzzles | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Learn all about Sudoku puzzles with our in-depth information about Sudoku, its fascinating origins, solution strategies (up to advanced level) and theory.
Let our animated guides take you step-by-step through the many and varied strategies for solving Sudokus.
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11 Make-Ahead Vegetarian Meals - Menu Ideas

11 Make-Ahead Vegetarian Meals - Menu Ideas | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Now's the time of year when your friends are looking for any excuse to be outside and enjoy good food, cold beer, and a warm breeze. People are inventing reasons to get together -- one friend is hosting the "One Year Anniversary of My Housewarming Party" party -- and you're always expected to bring a dish.

But when you're busy working all day, you need food you can make the night before and grab from the fridge as soon as you get home from work. It has to be sturdy enough to withstand refrigerator time, and stable enough to survive your drive, taxi ride, subway, walk, or skateboard journey to the venue.

More: Need an airtight container to safetly transport your dish in? Look no further.

In these situations, we turn to vegetarian dishes. They'll stay good at room temperature, they can be eaten by the majority of party-goers, and, if the other guests fawn over fried chicken and barbecue ribs instead, they'll be leftovers for you all week.
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How to buy an electric vehicle

How to buy an electric vehicle | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Where cool meets your conscience. There's a silent revolution in the auto industry. But what should you look for before you drive off the lot?
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Social Content Technology Curation by Newsdeck

Social Content Technology Curation by Newsdeck | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
At newsdeck we curate on a daily basis. We discover great content and wanted to share it with you. Let’s explore together: technology, business, science, content strategy, curation, social networking and more.
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A 2016 Rio Olympics venue is full of human waste and teeming with viruses — here's what it looks like

A 2016 Rio Olympics venue is full of human waste and teeming with viruses — here's what it looks like | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Days after the head of the International Olympic Committee identified Rio de Janeiro's polluted waterways as the No. 1 challenge facing the 2016 Olympics, an Associated Press investigation revealed just how dangerously filthy these waters really are.

The AP tested the water and found that Guanabara Bay, Copacabana beach, and Rodrigo de Freitas Lake — all of which will host water sports events next summer — aren't safe for swimming or boating and contain concentrations of viruses that are "roughly equivalent to raw sewage."

"As a result, Olympic athletes are almost certain to come into contact with disease-causing viruses that in some tests measured up to 1.7 million times the level of what would be considered hazardous on a Southern California beach," the AP reports.

The pollution is the result of untreated human waste pouring into the waterways. It has been a public-health issue in Rio for decades, but with the world's biggest sporting event 12 months away, Rio's waters are literally being put under the microscope.

Looking at recent photos from these polluted venues, it's alarming that they'll be hosting the Olympics in 12 months.
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Differences among Muslims as great as among Christians

Differences among Muslims as great as among Christians | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it

We should realize not all Muslims think or believe alike. The differences between Muslims are as great as the differences between Christians.

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From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (1/5)

From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (1/5) | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake, a former Senior Executive at the National Security Agency, says he was targeted by the NSA because he exposed that the agency had intel that could have prevented the 9/11 attacks and because he blew the whistle on a massive secret surveillance program aimed at Americans
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5 easy ways to curate content on your blog | Scoop.it Blog

5 easy ways to curate content on your blog | Scoop.it Blog | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Content curation is a hot topic these days. It’s a welcome strategy for business owners who don’t have the time to constantly come up with new content. But when you curate content on your blog, it isn’t just about saving time: it’s also about adding value to existing content to make it even more useful for your audience. I like to think of content curation as utilizing existing content in a new, value-added way. It isn’t sharing entire pieces of other people’s content with your audience (that’s syndication), and it isn’t compiling lists of links with no additional commentary (this is content aggregation, and Google doesn’t like this!) Content curation is a bit of an art form, and takes some time to perfect. But once you’ve figured out a strategy that works, you’ll have a process in place for regularly finding, compiling and editorializing content your audience will love!
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Researchers create a worm that infects Macs silently and permanently

Researchers create a worm that infects Macs silently and permanently | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Macs have typically been heralded as the more secure of the two main operating systems. But according to researchers, at the firmware level, that's not necessarily true. Ahead of their 'Thunderstrike 2: Sith Strike' Black Hat presentation, Xeno Kovah, Trammell Hudson and Corey Kallenberg demonstrated to Wired that Macs have some of the same vulnerabilities as their Windows counterparts. The exploit is especially troubling because now a phishing email or click on a link on a malicious site could compromise the computer. This is in addition to the exploit shown last year that was spread by the ROM of infected external drives and accessories like a Thunderbolt to ethernet adapter. These exploits are nearly impossible to detect because security software doesn't scan the firmware and reinstalling the system doesn't remove the problem

 

Vulnerabilities like this are a reminder that companies should be encrypting all the elements of a machine to reduce the chance of their customers getting hacked in the first place.

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American hunter defends killing giraffe: They are 'very dangerous animals'

American hunter defends killing giraffe: They are 'very dangerous animals' | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
An American hunter who shot and killed a range of animals in South Africa's Kruger National Park last week and then shared her "kill shots" on Facebook, sparking a wave of criticism while the world was still recovering over the loss of Cecil the Lion, says she's not a "cold-hearted killer."
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From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (2/5)

From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (2/5) | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
On Reality Asserts Itself, former NSA senior executive Mr. Drake and host Paul Jay talk about the "dark state" and how 9/11 opens up disturbing questions about power, who we are, who's in charge and the secret subversion of the U.S. constitution

 

Thomas Andrews Drake (born 1957) is a former senior official of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), decorated United States Air Force and United States Navy veteran, computer software expert, linguist, management and leadership specialist, and whistleblower. In 2010 the government alleged that he 'mishandled' documents, one of the few such Espionage Act cases in U.S. history. His defenders claim that he was instead being persecuted for challenging the Trailblazer Project.

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The Ultimate Guide to Gamifying Your Classroom | Edudemic

The Ultimate Guide to Gamifying Your Classroom | Edudemic | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Gamification is the process by which teachers use video game design principals in learning environments. The effects are increased student engagement, class wide enjoyment of academic lessons, and high levels of buy-in, even from your most reluctant learners.

When gamifying a classroom there are several things you’ll need to consider. The first is content, as in what are you trying to teach? Like any lesson or unit plan, you’ll need to figure out how to organize and assess new material. You’ll also need to consider your students. What kind of learners are they? What information do they already know? You’ll need to have a basic understanding of your students’ technology skills and how much support each student may need. You’ll want to consider putting together a training manual or some other support system for students who may need extra help. You’ll also need to consider your own comfort level with technology and the actual technology available to you. These considerations may lead you to designing your own game, or relying one a template or already built quest.

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A good summary with everything there is to know about gamification.

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Om Peter Carlsson
– Jag har jobbat med lite av varje – på fabrik och i varuhus. Även kört lastbil. De senaste 20 åren har jag levt på och av musikteater och sånt som har med det att höra. Sedan några år har jag åkt runt med De blå grodorna och berättat historier ur verkliga livet samt spelat musik. Så sa Peter Carlsson samma år som hans Sommarprogram, 1999.
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Vous recherchez une recette - militant du gout

Vous recherchez une recette - militant du gout | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
« Militant du goût c'est une charte qui garantit aux consommateurs l'origine, la qualité, le respect de la saisonnalité, en deux mots : authenticité et saveurs. Découvrez les recettes…, localisez les restaurants, cafés de pays, artisans…, rejoignez….les militants du goût.
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Obama’s Climate Legacy Takes Shape With Move on Power Plants

Obama’s Climate Legacy Takes Shape With Move on Power Plants | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
The Obama administration on Monday will issue rules to cut carbon emissions from U.S. power plants, a move designed to secure the president’s legacy on climate and one which has already influenced the campaigns of those who want to succeed him.
The Environmental Protection Agency will finalize measures that promise to upend a century of electrical power generation, as it prods states and utilities to use less coal and more wind, solar and natural gas. The plan, estimated to cost $8.4 billion, is among the most complex in agency history and is expected to face a series of contentious legal challenges from states and coal producers.
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Design Concepts | V3SOLAR

Design Concepts | V3SOLAR | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
Dynamic Spin™ Technology – Design Concepts
As energy costs continue to rise and environmental sustainability becomes a topic of focus, consumers are increasingly demanding ways to offset their environmental impact while reducing their energy expenses. V3solar’s Dynamic Spin™ Technology utilises spinning photovoltaics and specialised concentrating optics to enable efficient and cost effective electrical power generation.
Following are a few examples of the types of designs that can be expected through the integration of Dynamic Spin™.
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These amazing colorized photographs bring World War I to life

These amazing colorized photographs bring World War I to life | Discover Sigalon Valley - Where the Tags are the Topics | Scoop.it
One month after a Bosnian-Serb assassinated Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, on a street corner in Sarajevo, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, effectively beginning World War I.

Ferdinand's murder sent the Great Powers into a war that would last five years and cost the lives of 10 million troops.

Thought of as the "war to end all wars," World War I marked a number of firsts in military conflict, including the use of planes, tanks, and chemical weapons. 

On June 28, 1919, the victorious Allied leaders signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially ending World War I and spurring German nationalism, which in turn gave Nazi leader Adolf Hitler a political platform.

Here's a few colorized photographs published by The Open University showing life during World War I.
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The Anti-Capitalist Greek Left Says No to Austerity and Bailouts (1/2)

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Thanos Andritsos, member of the Greek anti-capitalist Left party 'Antarsya', explains why leaving the Euro is the only just alternative for Greece
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Jazzville - Episode 148

Episode 148 of Jazzville, originally aired July 29, 2015 on WGOT-LP Gainesville, 94.7 FM
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From the Vault • Barack Obama • SEP 1995 - YouTube

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22-CityView presents Barack Obama speaking at the Cambridge Public Library. Recorded on September 20,1995, this originally aired on Channel 37 Cambridge Municipal Television as an episode of the show "The Author Series." In this episode Obama discusses his book "Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance," which at the time had just been released a few months previously.
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