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Plug and Play Arcade Buttons: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

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I recently started using Arduino to make my projects. As a designer I love making custom interfaces for my games/interactive projects. The one problem I cam

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Welcome to the People's Open Network

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People's Open is a community-owned and -operated wireless network in Oakland, California

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Quel rapport entre le Grand Paris, Donald Trump et les FAB LABS

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Quel rapport entre le Grand Paris, l’élection de Donald Trump et les Fablabs ?

Le mouvement des fab labs s’étend, et les Fab Cities proposent de créer un réseau de mégapoles localement productives, mondialement connectées. Le 15 novembre 2016, étaient présentés les statuts de l’association Fab City Grand Paris.

Transformer le Grand Paris en Fab City 

 

Le mouvement « Fab Cities » propose de créer un réseau de mégapoles localement productives, mondialement connectées, tandis que l’élection de Trump semble révéler la rupture villes/« arrière-pays ».

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Crenau's curator insight, December 2, 2016 3:41 AM
En résumant un peu vite, le concept de Fab City est la transposition à la fabrication de ce qu’est l’idée de Smart City pour l’énergie : une ville dans laquelle chaque citoyen deviendrait producteur et consommateur de ce dont il a besoin.
Comme la Smart City, la Fab City se veut écologique grâce à la circularisation de l’économie (on recycle tout) et autonome.
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DIY Embroidery Ideas | Stitching Flower Design by Hand | HandiWorks #81

You can stitch any of pattern using these Hand Stitches, If you’ve embroidered any other designs based on Cast-on and Bullion Stitch and French knot stitc
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Will RISC-V Rescue the Internet of Things?

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Is real RISC-V going to rescue the Internet of Things? Find out what Technology Editor Bill Wong thinks of SiFive’s latest E310 RISC-V chip.
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Sites de CURATION de CONCERT URBAIN + FACEBOOK + BLOG + JOURNAL

Sites de CURATION de CONCERT URBAIN + FACEBOOK + BLOG + JOURNAL | MakerTech, Makerspaces and DIY | Scoop.it

 

 

Des problèmes techniques perturbent l’accès à l’ensemble de nos sites.

Le transfert vers un autre hébergeur est en cours et se fera progressivement.

Merci pour votre compréhension.

 

 


BLOG

http://concerturbain.wordpress.com/


 FACEBOOK

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Concert-Urbain/216943278327209

 

JOURNAL

http://paper.li/paperliacu

 

Sites de CURATION

 

URBANmedias
“le mediation des aménagements urbains”
http://www.scoop.it/t/urbamedia

 

The Architecture of the City
“a closer look at urbanism and architecture”
http://www.scoop.it/t/urbanmedias

 

Actions de concertation citoyenne
“participation citoyenne aux prises de décision d'intérêt général”
http://www.scoop.it/t/actions-de-concertation-citoyenne

 

Le BONHEUR comme indice d'épanouissement social et économique.
Le bonheur c'est comment on fait pour vivre ensemble
http://www.scoop.it/t/le-bonheur-comme-indicateur-d-epanouissement-social-et-economique

 

Machines Pensantes
“La vie sous toutes ses formes”
http://www.scoop.it/t/machines-pensantes

 

Design participatif : méthodes, théories, approches multimédia.
“Comment impliquer le citoyen dans le design des outils de débat en-ligne.”
http://www.scoop.it/t/design-participatif-une-approche-systemique

 

Les moyens de sondage alternatif : comment "extraire" l'opinion de supports multimédias ?
“Comment cibler et ensuite représenter l'opinion de citoyens qui débattent sur des plateformes multimédia ? ”
http://www.scoop.it/t/quand-la-cartographie-devient-un-moyen-de-sondage-alternatif

 

Le contexte socio-politique de la démocratie participative : la question de "accountability", entre l’évaluation et la transparence.
“On écoute, on parle, on participe, on diffuse, on commente...et après, quoi ? Que faire de la concertation ? Que font les élus de notre parole, nos opinions, nos propositions ?”

http://www.scoop.it/t/rendre-des-comptes-entre-l-evaluation-et-la-transparence

 

Modèles et typologies du débat. La médiation de conflits
“Trouver des "modèles" de débat. Coment schématiser les lignes de tension lors d'un conflit ? Quelles méthodes de médiation pour arriver à la résolution de conflits ? ”
http://www.scoop.it/t/modeles-et-typologies-du-debat-la-mediation-de-conflits

 

Entre bonheur et bien-être : quels critères pour mesurer le progrès et la productivité ?
“We're looking for all leads that might help better understand how to define (and mesure) happiness.”
http://www.scoop.it/t/entre-bonheur-et-bien-etre-quels-criteres-pour-mesurer-le-progres-et-la-productivite

 

 

 


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De la curation en géographie urbaine...

 

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What Programming Languages Should You Learn

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Learning to code in different computer programming languages will not only help you develop in-demand job skills but also start read more

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How to Get Back on Track After Disappointing Yourself

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You've probably had at least one time when you know you could've done better. Whether you wanted to keep a resolution, reach a goal, or do better on a project, it's important to get back on track so you set the tone for all areas of your life .

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Pocket laser engraver.

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I have been trying to get my hands on a laser cutter for some time but they always seem out of reach. All the great things that can be done with a rea...

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Infineon aims Arduino shields at lighting and motors | Electronics Weekly

Infineon aims Arduino shields at lighting and motors | Electronics Weekly | MakerTech, Makerspaces and DIY | Scoop.it
Infineon has announced two shields for the Arduino design community. The shields target RGB lighting and motor control. Until the end of January, both Shie

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Raspberry Pi moniters penguin population!

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From the Raspberry Pi Foundation via the Raspberry Pi Pod: The Penguins Lifeline project, headed up by Dr Tom Hart, is a multi-organisation enterprise. ZSL are working with Woods Hole Oceanographic...

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9 Minimalist Boxes for Boxing Day

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Boxing Day is a holiday celebrated by aesthetes the world over. In order to purify ourselves after the rampant commercialism and visual over-stimulation of the past month, we devote this day to the...
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These Amazing Designs Are Helping People Tackle Rising Sea Levels

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A photo exhibit asks whether the human race will sink or swim.

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Four Ways to Create a Community-Scale Investment Fund in 2017 - Locavesting

Community capital is about empowerment of communities. It is a set of strategies that allows ventures to raise capital from their ideal investors within their own community, allows anyone of virtually any economic class to invest in their community, and allows communities to build wealth though a cycle of investment, growth, profit, and reinvestment. Community …

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Pallet Crafter Interview #15: Sarah James

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How do you catch a star or a comet as it streaks past? Simple. Go to the coast. Sarah James, an up-and-coming pro crafter and self-identified interior and exterior designer, is unleashing her amazing talent and creativity and making a mark in her local community.I had the opportunity to sit... http://bit.ly/2gQXYQo
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For the love of Arduino -Getting Started

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My History with Arduino I'm not sure of the way most people learn the complicated process of programming Arduino projects because I only know my own convoluted journey.
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ESP8266: Programming NodeMCU Using Arduino IDE – Get Started With ESP8266: (Internet Of Things, IOT, Projects In Internet Of Things, Internet Of Things for Beginners, NodeMCU Programming, ESP8266)

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Get Started with the Internet Of Things! Learn how to use the ESP8266 WiFi chip to build Internet of Things (IoT) projects! This book will teach you
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Control a Virtual Object using Python and Arduino #ArduinoMonday

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Cool project from Joshua Liew! Recently I’ve been trying to learn a bit of Python and decided to build a project for fun.
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The Precision Agriculture Revolution

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"Thousands of years ago, agriculture began as a highly site-specific activity. The first farmers were gardeners who nurtured individual plants, and they sought out the microclimates and patches of soil that favored those plants. But as farmers acquired scientific knowledge and mechanical expertise, they enlarged their plots, using standardized approaches—plowing the soil, spreading animal manure as fertilizer, rotating the crops from year to year—to boost crop yields. Over the years, they developed better methods of preparing the soil and protecting plants from insects and, eventually, machines to reduce the labor required. Starting in the nineteenth century, scientists invented chemical pesticides and used newly discovered genetic principles to select for more productive plants. Even though these methods maximized overall productivity, they led some areas within fields to underperform. Nonetheless, yields rose to once-unimaginable levels: for some crops, they increased tenfold from the nineteenth century to the present.  

Today, however, the trend toward ever more uniform practices is starting to reverse, thanks to what is known as 'precision agriculture.' Taking advantage of information technology, farmers can now collect precise data about their fields and use that knowledge to customize how they cultivate each square foot."

 

Tags: technology, food production, agriculture, agribusiness, spatial, GPS.


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Cade Johns's curator insight, December 2, 2015 9:57 AM

Agriculture has evolved very much over time to many different methods of growing things and theyve changed the way we affect the soil.-CJ

Samuel bennett's curator insight, January 10, 2017 11:50 AM

In this article it talks about the development of agriculture  and how most of it started. This article relates to my world cultural geography class by telling how people used agriculture to provide for themselves and better there methods year after year. The use of technology and the pesticides they used to help there crops grow is similar  in our class to the was technology was developed and helped out a lot in the fields and in everyday life.

Alanna Thompson's curator insight, January 10, 2017 1:17 PM

This is very interesting insight on how farmers use precision agriculture to customize how they cultivate each square foot of their fields. In my opinion precision agriculture is a good way for farmers to know exactly what they need to do to their field and what they should plant. It also is a way for them to make sure none of the areas within their field underperform. 

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Knitting Tutorial for Beginners- 4. Purl Stitch

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Knitting Tutorial for Beginners- 4. Purl Stitch

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Clicker cheater for iPhone Arduino from the Cucumber Clicker maker

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Once i made clicker for iPhone speed tapping from Arduino and Cucumber. Video got 48k views on Youtube and a lot of laughs. It's time to make somethin...

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RFID Controlled Door

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This instructable was created in fulfillment of the project requirement of the Makecourse at the University of South Florida (www.makecourse.com)Fumbl...

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'Creativity is a state of being, not a process' – Scott Ross, chief technology ... - The Drum

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Creative technologists are responsible for all kinds of weird and wonderful inventions to fuse the best of creativity and technology, so...

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Microsoft Patents Eye-Tracking Keyboard

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While some of us still prefer tapping out keys on the keyboard when typing on our smartphones and tablets, there are some who believe that using...

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Instructional Design Models and Theories: Action Learning

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The Action Learning Model was first introduced by Professor Reginald Revans in 1980. The Action Learning Model!

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