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Uploads from Carlos Sá - Ultra Runner

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"Uploads from Carlos Sá - Ultra Runner", a playlist created by Carlos Sá - Ultra Runner
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novas fotos 3D em 3dpostcards - Marco Neiva - Personal Website

novas fotos 3D em 3dpostcards - Marco Neiva - Personal Website | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
Nesta última semana foram inseridas mais 7 novas fotos 3D no site www.3dpostcards.me Clique na imagem para ir para o site.
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LinkedIn: When To Say No To Connecting - InformationWeek SMB (blog)

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LinkedIn: When To Say No To Connecting InformationWeek SMB (blog) Although LinkedIn has gone through lots of changes lately, for the most part it is what it is: the leading social network and collaboration space for people who want to make and...


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Why you should Google+ your social media strategy | Odimax Blog

Why you should Google+ your social media strategy | Odimax Blog | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
Why you should Google+ your social media strategy [Blog] http://t.co/nftpry4ZzC #socialmedia #SEO
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Seven Tips From Successful Entrepreneurs: What They Wish They Had Known

Seven Tips From Successful Entrepreneurs: What They Wish They Had Known | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
Happy Small Business Month!  NerdWallet surveyed successful small business owners what they wish they had known when they were just starting out.  Below, we’ve compiled their seven most frequently cited tips.
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How Marketing Legend Guy Kawasaki Manages His Social Media Presence

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Here's how Guy Kawasaki -- a man of fame -- successfully tackles the social media game.

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Science at the Theater - Seven Big Ideas

At our May 13, 2013 Science at the Theater event, seven Berkeley Lab scientists presented seven BIG ideas in eight minutes each (give or take a few minutes). Watch this fast-paced video going to learn about the game-changing concepts our scientists work on every day.

Here are the speakers and topics:

Mina Bissell: The mysteries behind cancer

Bill Jagust: Early detection of Alzheimer's: is it possible?

David Schlegel: The cosmic search for dark energy

Greg Bell: Accelerating science with (very, very) big data

Blake Simmons: Replacing a barrel of oil with plants and microbes

Aindrila Mukhopadhyay: Microbes to the rescue

Ron Zuckermann: Mimicking nature to create better materials

More info: http://www.lbl.gov/LBL-PID/fobl/


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100 of the Most Inspiring Business Videos on YouTube

100 of the Most Inspiring Business Videos on YouTube | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
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100 of the Most Inspiring Business Videos on YouTube

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Next-generation of highly-interactive digital ebook as a standard learning tool?

Software developer Mike Matas demos the first full-length interactive book for the iPad -- with clever, swipeable video and graphics and some very cool data visualizations to play with. The book is "Our Choice," Al Gore's sequel to "An Inconvenient Truth."


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Mind control successfully used to pilot helicopter. No invasive surgery required, only an EEG scanner cap

Mind control successfully used to pilot helicopter. No invasive surgery required, only an EEG scanner cap | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have designed an interface that allows humans to control a robot using only their thoughts.

 

How close are we getting to actual brain control? It's starting to seem not far off at all. On the more silly end of the spectrum, we've seen robotic ears and tails that respond to brainwaves; but we've also seen more recently a Chilean company that has created abrain interface for designing printable objects, a mind-controlled exoskeleton for helping people walk, even mind-to-mind communication.

 

A team of researchers at the University of Minnesota has just added another exciting new technology to the list: a quadcopter that can perform feats of aerial agility, controlled entirely by the pilot's thoughts.

Using electroencephalography (EEG), a non-invasive cap fitted with 64 electrodes reads the electrical impulses of the brain to control the copter. Thinking of making a fist with the left hand, for example, fires off certain neurons in the brain's motor cortex; the cap interprets this pattern and sends a command to the copter to turn left. Other commands include thinking of making a fist with the right hand to turn right, and making two fists to tell the copter to rise.

 

In this way, five subjects — two male and three female — were able to successfully pilot the quadcopter quickly and accurately for a sustained period of time through an obstacle course in the university's gymnasium.

Professor Bin He, lead author of the study "Quadcopter control in three-dimensional space using a non-invasive motor imagery-based brain-computer interface", hopes that the research will be developed to create solutions for the disabled. "Our next goal is to control robotic arms using non-invasive brain wave signals, with the eventual goal of developing brain-computer interfaces that aid patients with disabilities or neurodegenerative disorders," he said.

 

This will not be the first mind-controlled robotic arm; however, the robotic arm announced in December last year requires a brain implant. His solution is much less invasive, requiring no surgery to implant the interface.


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Use Social Media to Make Your Brand Stand Out | Video

Use Social Media to Make Your Brand Stand Out | Video | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
Shira Lazar, host of What's Trending, offers quick tips for companies looking to use social media. (Shira Lazar, host of What's Trending, offers quick tips for companies looking to use social media.
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Google Wallet: Gen Y credit card?

Google Wallet: Gen Y credit card? | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
Facing stiff competition and tepid demand, Google Wallet has not made a big splash in the world of mobile payments. But experts say young Americans may help revive its fortunes.
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6 Tips for Working the Room at a Networking Event

6 Tips for Working the Room at a Networking Event | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
You can't hide behind your computer screen anymore. Now is the time to build your network's size and effectiveness by getting out and meeting new people face to face. According to Harvard Business School, ...

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Louisa Mesnard's comment, May 17, 2013 4:24 AM
Fascinating article ! Thanks
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Excellent article for those just entering the workforce or trying to get back into the workforce...

Anh P. Tran's curator insight, May 19, 2013 7:57 PM

Be yourself, have fun and make an impact. Make lasting connection by delivering on any commitments made during a networking event. 

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Lean Startups-a Critical Study | PowerPoint Presentation

Lean Startups-a Critical Study | PowerPoint Presentation | Entrepreneurship and Social Media | Scoop.it
Now, when it comes to talk about the Lean Startups-a Critical Study, this book is quite different and popular as well, which was written by the Eric Ries. 

No doubt, 70% of start up businesses fails in the first 4 years. The reason behind this disaster is that there is no system for the business success. Thus, if you are thinking of starting up a business, it is certainly one of the most exciting things you can do lawfully. However, before you start you can read some books that help you organize your business like a thriving franchise.

 


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