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Here in New York City, I’ve observed a distinct mood change around the schoolyards. Decibel levels have crept into the danger zone, kids are literally bouncing off the walls (scuffed sneaker prints on the walls to prove it), and teachers are gulping down Advil. Something is coming.

http://bookriot.com/2015/05/26/ultimate-guide-books-reluctant-readers-ages-12-13/

Posted by: bluesyemre | May 26, 2015

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Posted by: bluesyemre | May 25, 2015

Eşeği saldım çayıra – Kazak Abdal

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Eşeği saldım çayıra
Otlaya karnın doyura
Gördüğü düşü hayıra
Yoranın da avradını

Münkir münafıkın soyu
Yıktı harap etti köyü
Mezarına bir tas suyu
Dökenin de avradını

Derince kazın kuyusun
İnim inim inilesin
Kefen dikmeye iğnesin
Verenin de avradını

Dağdan tahta indirenin
Iskatına oturanın
Hizmetini bitirenin
İmamın da avradını

Müfşidin bir de gammazın
Malı vardır da yemezin
İkisin meyyid namazın
Kılanın da avradını

Kazak Abdal söz söyledi
Cümle halkı dahleyledi
Sorarlarsa kim söyledi
Soranın da avradını

Kazak Abdal

http://www.turkuler.com/ozan/kazakabdal.asp

Eşeği saldım çayıra – Erkan Oğur, İsmail Hakkı Demircioğlu

Eşeği saldım çayıra – Kıraç

Eşeği saldım çayıra – Cem Karaca

Eşeği saldım çayıra – Rahmi Saltuk

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Oysa herkes öldürür sevdiğini
Kulak verin bu dediklerime,
Kimi bir bakışıyla yapar bunu,
Kimi dalkavukça sözlerle,
Korkaklar öpücük ile öldürür,
Yürekliler kılıç darbeleriyle
Kimi gençken öldürür sevdiğini
Kimi yaşlı iken
Şehvetli ellerle boğar kimi
Kimi altından ellerle
Merhametli kişi bıçak kullanır
Çünkü bıçakla ölen çabuk soğur.
Kimi yeterince sevmez
Kimi fazla sever
Kimi satar kimi de satın alır
Kimi gözyaşı döker öldürürken,
Kimi kılı kıpırdamadan
Çünkü herkes öldürür sevdiğini
Ama herkes öldürdü diye ölmez…

Oscar Wilde (Reading Zindanı Baladı – The Ballad Of Reading Gaol)

Yet each man kills the thing he loves,
By each let this be heard,
Some do it with a bitter look,
Some with a flattering word,
The coward does it with a kiss,
The brave man with a sword!

Some kill their love when they are young,
And some when they are old;
Some strangle with the hands of Lust,
Some with the hands of Gold:
The kindest use a knife, because
The dead so soon grow cold.

Some love too little, some too long,
Some sell, and others buy;
Some do the deed with many tears,
And some without a sigh:
For each man kills the thing he loves,
Yet each man does not die.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSjJjLs8SzU&sns=em

 
 

Posted by: bluesyemre | May 20, 2015

Emekli Olunca Yaşayabileceğiniz 12 Sahil Kasabası

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Emeklilik hayali ikiye ayrılır. Emekli olunca dünyayı gezme hayali kuranlar ve sessiz, sakin bir sahil kasabasına yerleşip, müstakil evinin bahçesinde domates yetiştirmeyi düşleyenler… Biz ikincisine sesleniyoruz. Özellikle kalabalık şehirlerde yaşamanı sürdüren, her gün ömründen bir parçasını trafikte yitiren ve ruh emici gökdelenlerin arasında bir gıdım oksijene muhtaç kalan bizlerin, emekliliğimizde daha dingin bir hayat sürme isteğimiz hiçbir şekilde sıkıcı karşılanmamalı. Senelerini iş hayatına adamış, 30 – 35 yıl devlete ya da özel sektöre hizmet vermiş büyüklerimizi düşündük, emekli olunca yaşayabileceğiniz 12 sahil kasabasını bulduk.

http://www.neredekal.com/blog/emekli-olunca-yasayabileceginiz-12-sahil-kasabasi/

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Global higher education underwent a period of remarkable change in the first 15 years of the 21st century. Five key trends affecting universities around the world illustrate how, despite increased access to information, our understanding of higher education remains limited.

1. More people are going to university

2. People are travelling further afield

3. The rise of the student experience

4. Quality of teaching under scrutiny

5. The impact agenda

https://theconversation.com/five-ways-universities-have-already-changed-in-the-21st-century-39676

Posted by: bluesyemre | May 20, 2015

The #internet is running out of room (but we can save it)

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Are we running out of internet? It might sound like an odd question, but researchers met at the Royal Society in London this week to discuss a coming internet “capacity crunch”, and what we might do about it. The meeting sparked headlines warning of a “full” internet and the potential need for data rationing, but the reality is more nuanced. The crunch is real, caused by fast growth of online media consumption through the likes of Netflix and Youtube, but physics and engineering can help us escape it. The internet just needs a few tweaks. Fear of a capacity crunch stems from a hard physical truth – there is a limit to the amount of information you can cram down any communications channel, fibre-optic cable or copper wire. Discovered in 1940 by Claude Shannon, this limit depends on the channel’s bandwidth – the number of frequencies it can transmit – and its signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).

https://royalsociety.org/events/2015/05/communication-networks/

http://j.mp/1cOEfgW

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Dave Wagner enjoys seeing the sense of wonderment when people gaze at the night sky using telescopes he brings to suburban libraries for special programs. “The best feedback we get when we’re doing the ‘Moon Over Lake Zurich,’ or whatever, is some child going up to the telescope looking at Saturn and basically going, ‘Oh wow, is that real?’ People don’t even realize what they’re seeing in the sky,” said Wagner, a retired electrical engineer who’s a Lake County Astronomical Society member. Wagner said the strong interest he’s observed in his group’s astronomy events at public libraries in Lake Zurich, Wheeling and Mundelein led him to help those facilities launch a telescope check-out program, mimicking one that is spreading in New England. By all accounts, the local telescope effort is off to a hot start. Lake Zurich’s Ela Area Public Library hasn’t kept its six telescopes on the shelf for very long since launching the program in November. The library has 34 patrons on the telescope waiting list.

http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20150505/news/150509435/

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Posted by: bluesyemre | May 20, 2015

40 Of The Last Storybook Towns Left In Europe

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MUCH OF OLD-WORLD EUROPE has been swept away. Thanks to countless wars, the irresistible draw of modernization, and overwrought tourism infrastructure, the Europe of your dreams is harder to find than ever. However, there are still towns where you can experience that ‘old-world European charm’ almost like it was when Wordsworth and the Romantics first popularized vagabonding the Continent. These are places with well-preserved architecture dating back hundreds and even thousands of years. These are places where the negative impact of tourism isn’t allowed to run roughshod over local aesthetics. These are places where you can find that cobblestone-postcard view. And if you don’t find it here, you aren’t going to find it anywhere.

http://matadornetwork.com/trips/40-last-storybook-towns-left-europe/

Posted by: bluesyemre | May 18, 2015

Anlık Seçim 2015 (Sosyal Medyada Seçmenin Nabzı)

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Anliksecim.com, Sosyal Medyadaki 2015 Genel Seçimleri içeriklerini kullanıcılara sunmak amacıyla, SosyalGöz altyapısını kullanarak geliştirilmiştir. Bu projenin başlıca özellikleri altta özetlenmiştir.

Genel Metodoloji
Siyasi partiler ve parti liderleri (“seçim”) hakkında konuşulan içerikleri, anahtar kelimeler yardımıyla gerçek zamanlı olarak izlenmektedir. Proje’de sadece Türkçe içerikler izlenmektedir. Bir ibarenin Türkçe olmaması veya Türkçede bulunsa bile başka dillerde kullanılması halinde bu ibare izlenmemektedir. İzlenen içeriğin hangi sosyal medya mecradan (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Youtube, Flickr vb…) geldiği, Sosyal Medya ikonu ile gösterilmektedir.
Analizleri grafiksel ve tablosal olarak, anliksecim.com üzerinden yayınlanmaktadır.

http://anliksecim.com/

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The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), a world association of academics and researchers, organizes its 2nd Annual International Conference on  Library and Information Science, 27-30 July 2015, Athens, Greece. Please submit a 300-word abstract before 25 May 2015, by email (atiner@atiner.com), addressed to Dr. Dan Albertson, Associate Professor, University of Alabama, USA & Academic Member, ATINER.  Please include with this order: Title of Paper, First Name, Family name of all co-authors, Current Position of all co-authors, Institutional Affiliation (University/Organization) of all co-authors, Country of all co-authors, an email address of all co-authors and at least 3 keywords that best describe the subject of your submission. Decisions will be reached within four weeks of your submission. Should you wish to participate in the Conference without presenting a paper, for example, to chair a session, to evaluate papers which are to be included in the conference proceedings or books, to contribute to the editing of a book, or any other contribution, please send an email to Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER & Honorary Professor, University of Stirling, UK (gregory.papanikos@stir.ac.uk).

http://www.atiner.gr/library.htm

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IMCW2015: The “6th International Symposium on Information Management in a Changing World” will take place in Guangzhou,China from November 25-27,2015. It is organized by the Department of Information Management of Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey, and the School of Information Management of Sun Yat-sen Universityin Guangzhou, China. Data deluge is upon us. Some two exabytes of data get created daily. Google alone processes 24 petabyte of data every day. The amount of data is doubling every three years and 90% of all the data were produced in the last two years. The proliferation of available data in different formats such as text, sound and videochanges the way we live, work and carry out research. While Science was based on empirical, theoretical and computational models in the past, it currently relies increasingly on data exploration (eScience). Called the Fourth Paradigm, the data-intensive scientific discovery makes information management all the more important in the Big Data Era in order to cary out leading research and make the world a better place to live.

http://imcw2015.bilgiyonetimi.net/

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In this Information Age the rise of digital and social media tools has brought with it some amazing innovations and immense challenges. The challenge to achieve information literacy (IL) in this information rich society is vital for lifelong learning and allows us to capitalise on the diverse and often overwhelming range of information choices which we have been confronted with by the power of the Internet. This great power has forced all of us to develop strategies for confronting issues concerning accessibility, reliability, authenticity and validity as well as information overload. Information Literacy is a vital transferable skill for lifelong learning in both formal and informal learning environments throughout people’s lifetimes. Information literacy facilitates active citizenship of individuals. Information literacy prepares people for lifelong learning because it enables them to find the information they need for any task or decision at hand. In helping to provide and expand access to information, helping to facilitate full participation in Society – our role is crucial. We must prepare for a Society full of Information, prepare for Digital Citizenship for a Digital Age.

http://www.wbilc2015.kbbi.ba/en/

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Since 1895, Kathmandu has had a library so fantastical that its outdoor area is called the Garden of Dreams. “I can only describe this incredible place as a living Wes Anderson tribute to Orientalism,” writes archaeologist Alex Urmeneta about the Kaiser Library, originally a private library housing over 28,000 books, including some of the oldest surviving in the world. The decor involved huge animal heads and leather couches; some texts are impossibly ancient, written in long-dead languages. On April 25th, when the Nepal earthquake hit, it was, perhaps irreparably, damaged. The 120-year-old palace that houses the library now boasts a new sign, reading “unsafe to enter.” The chief librarian estimated to the AFP that about a third of its book collection is damaged.

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http://klib.gov.np/

http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/our-ultimate-dream-library-has-been-partially-destroyed

Posted by: bluesyemre | May 18, 2015

The World in 2025: 8 Predictions for the Next 10 Years

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In 2025, in accordance with Moore’s Law, we’ll see an acceleration in the rate of change as we move closer to a world of true abundance. Here are eight areas where we’ll see extraordinary transformation in the next decade:

1. A $1,000 Human Brain
In 2025, $1,000 should buy you a computer able to calculate at 10^16 cycles per second (10,000 trillion cycles per second), the equivalent processing speed of the human brain.

2. A Trillion-Sensor Economy
The Internet of Everything describes the networked connections between devices, people, processes and data. By 2025, the IoE will exceed 100 billion connected devices, each with a dozen or more sensors collecting data. This will lead to a trillion-sensor economy driving a data revolution beyond our imagination. Cisco’s recent report estimates the IoE will generate $19 trillion of newly created value.

3. Perfect Knowledge
We’re heading towards a world of perfect knowledge. With a trillion sensors gathering data everywhere (autonomous cars, satellite systems, drones, wearables, cameras), you’ll be able to know anything you want, anytime, anywhere, and query that data for answers and insights.

4. 8 Billion Hyper-Connected People
Facebook (Internet.org), SpaceX, Google (Project Loon), Qualcomm and Virgin (OneWeb) are planning to provide global connectivity to every human on Earth at speeds exceeding one megabit per second.

We will grow from three to eight billion connected humans, adding five billion new consumers into the global economy. They represent tens of trillions of new dollars flowing into the global economy. And they are not coming online like we did 20 years ago with a 9600 modem on AOL. They’re coming online with a 1 Mbps connection and access to the world’s information on Google, cloud 3D printing, Amazon Web Services, artificial intelligence with Watson, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, and more.

5. Disruption of Healthcare
Existing healthcare institutions will be crushed as new business models with better and more efficient care emerge. Thousands of startups, as well as today’s data giants (Google, Apple, Microsoft, SAP, IBM, etc.) will all enter this lucrative $3.8 trillion healthcare industry with new business models that dematerialize, demonetize and democratize today’s bureaucratic and inefficient system.

Biometric sensing (wearables) and AI will make each of us the CEOs of our own health. Large-scale genomic sequencing and machine learning will allow us to understand the root cause of cancer, heart disease and neurodegenerative disease and what to do about it. Robotic surgeons can carry out an autonomous surgical procedure perfectly (every time) for pennies on the dollar. Each of us will be able to regrow a heart, liver, lung or kidney when we need it, instead of waiting for the donor to die.

6. Augmented and Virtual Reality
Billions of dollars invested by Facebook (Oculus), Google (Magic Leap), Microsoft (Hololens), Sony, Qualcomm, HTC and others will lead to a new generation of displays and user interfaces.

The screen as we know it — on your phone, your computer and your TV — will disappear and be replaced by eyewear. Not the geeky Google Glass, but stylish equivalents to what the well-dressed fashionistas are wearing today. The result will be a massive disruption in a number of industries ranging from consumer retail, to real estate, education, travel, entertainment, and the fundamental ways we operate as humans.

7. Early Days of JARVIS
Artificial intelligence research will make strides in the next decade. If you think Siri is useful now, the next decade’s generation of Siri will be much more like JARVIS from Iron Man, with expanded capabilities to understand and answer. Companies like IBM Watson, DeepMind and Vicarious continue to hunker down and develop next-generation AI systems. In a decade, it will be normal for you to give your AI access to listen to all of your conversations, read your emails and scan your biometric data because the upside and convenience will be so immense.

8. Blockchain
If you haven’t heard of the blockchain, I highly recommend you read up on it. You might have heard of bitcoin, which is the decentralized (global), democratized, highly secure cryptocurrency based on the blockchain. But the real innovation is the blockchain itself, a protocol that allows for secure, direct (without a middleman), digital transfers of value and assets (think money, contracts, stocks, IP). Investors like Marc Andreesen have poured tens of millions into the development and believe this is as important of an opportunity as the creation of the Internet itself.

http://singularityhub.com/2015/05/11/the-world-in-2025-8-predictions-for-the-next-10-years/

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Describes three projects using Discovery to serve academic users: Bibliometric studies of discovery content for graduate and faculty papers; Exposing Open Access content in the Discovery service; Integrating Discovery into the course page editor in a Learning Management System. Athena Hoeppner. “Discovery Systems: Connecting the 21st Century Academic User to Content.” II Seminario Bibliotecas Universitarias del siglo XXI, Bogota, Columbia, 24 March 2015.

http://www.slideshare.net/AthenaHoeppner/digital-informationsystemsathenahoeppnerenglish

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Posted by: bluesyemre | May 18, 2015

A History of Noms De Plume #infographic

Pen names are as old as, well, books. For centuries, authors have been hiding behind pseudonyms for a plethora of reasons – sometimes personal, and other times political.   But while those reasons differ between each author, some of the more recurring motives provide an intriguing snapshot of historical attitudes; such as the necessity for female authors to go under a male nom de plume around the 19th and earlier parts of the 20th century, in order to avoid gender-based discrimination. In any case, pseudonyms are a powerful tool for writers and will continue to be so for as long as there is literature.

http://www.printerinks.com/a-history-of-noms-de-plume-infographic.html

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Posted by: bluesyemre | May 18, 2015

Erimtan #Arkeoloji ve #Sanat Müzesi @erimtanmuseum

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Müze; mühendis koleksiyoner ve sanatsever Yüksel Erimtan’ın arkeoloji merakıyla, yıllar içinde biriktirdiği eserlerin bir koleksiyon haline gelişi ile ortaya çıkmıştır. Koleksiyon, Yüksel Erimtan’ın 1960’lı yılların başında Tarsus yakınlarında çalışırken, yerel dostlarının teşvikiyle Roma yüzük taşları almasıyla başlamış, sonraları yetkin arkeologların tavsiyelerinden faydalanılarak hem genişletilmiş, hem de belirli eser gruplarına odaklanmıştır. Yüksel Erimtan zaman içinde Anadolu kültürel mirasının yurt dışına kaçırılmaması ve yurt içinde özel koleksiyonlarda bulunan eserlerin ve özellikle kendi eserlerinin toplumla paylaşılması düşüncesiyle, 1996 yılında Kültür Varlıkları Koleksiyoncular Derneği’ni kurmuştur. Ülkemizin kültürel ve sanatsal potansiyelini en iyi biçimde değerlendirmek, tarihi eserlerin ve kültür varlıklarının korunmasını teşvik etmek ve kaçırılmalarını önlemek için açılan derneğin Başkanlığı’nı üstlenmiştir. Yüksel Erimtan 2009 yılında kültür ve sanat bilincinin gelişmesine, ülkemizin kültür varlıklarının ülke içinde ve dışında tanıtılmasına katkı sağlamak amacıyla da Yüksel Erimtan Kültür ve Sanat Vakfı’nı kurmuştur. Vakfın kurucusu, 50 yılı aşkın bir süredir, İnşaat Mühendisliği mesleğini, Dünya çapında müteahhitlik faaliyetlerine çevirmeyi başarmış, duayen bir işadamı/mühendistir. Türkiye’ye Gama Holding ve EMT A.Ş. şirketlerini kazandırmıştır. 2015’in ilk çeyreği itibariyle, Vakıf tarafından gerçekleştirilen Erimtan Arkeoloji ve Sanat Müzesi, Ankara kültür ve sanat hayatına kazandırılmış önemli bir arkeoloji ve sanat merkezi olmayı hedeflemektedir.

Erimtan Arkeoloji ve Sanat Müzesi kültürel mirasımızın korunması ve tanıtılması amacıyla Yüksel Erimtan’ın koleksiyonunun sergileneceği, arkeolojinin yanı sıra çağdaş sanat ve müzeciliğe de yer verecek olan özel bir kurumdur. 2015 ilk çeyreğinde açılan, Ankara Kale meydanında konumlanan müze binası, Ankara’nın tarihi dokusuna uyan çağdaş bir mimari dil ile ziyaretçilerini karşılarken, aynı zamanda kentin sanatsal aktivitelerine yeni bir nefes getirmeyi amaçlamaktadır. Arkeolojik eserlerin bulunduğu yenilikçi bir müze anlayışıyla tasarlanan salonların yanı sıra, geçici sergilere de yerverecek çok amaçlı bir sergi alanı bulunmaktadır. Ayrıca çok amaçlı salon bünyesinde bilimsel, kültürel ve sanatsal aktiviteler Ankaralıların kullanımına sunulmaktadır. Her ne kadar koleksiyonlar müzelerin kalbini oluşturuyorsa da, çağdaş müzecilikte bunlar yalnızca bir araç olarak ele alınmakta, asıl önemli olan, bu koleksiyonların etrafında ne tür etkinliklerin gerçekleştirilebildiğidir. Nitekim müzelerin artık etkin birer eğitim kurumu olarak tasarlanıp işletildiği çağımızda, müzelerin başarısı ziyaretçilerine kattığı deneyimlerinin zenginliği ile ölçülmektedir. Başta çocuklar olmak üzere, her yaş grubuna hitap eden eğitim programları, araştırmacıların kullanımına sunulacak kütüphanesi, özgün tasarım objelerinin yer alacağı hediyelik eşya dükkanı ve ziyaretçilerin dinlenecekleri kafesi ile Erimtan Arkeoloji ve Sanat Müzesi, canlı ve etkin bir organizma olarak topluma hizmet etmeyi başlıca misyon olarak öngörmektedir. Erimtan arkeoloji koleksiyonunun müze küratörlük çalışmaları Gül Pulhan ve Adrian Saunders tarafından Selma Ünal’ın katkılarıyla sürdürülmektedir. Sergi tasarımı Prof. Ayşen Savaş tarafından gerçekleştirilmiştir.

http://www.erimtanmuseum.org/#/

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Alison Macrina had bad news for the 30 or so librarians in the darkened auditorium on a recent Friday. “Your password is bad,” she informed them. “I’m really sorry. Everything you’ve learned about passwords is wrong. It’s not your fault.” Macrina was nearly an hour into a presentation on digital privacy. She and her colleagues had covered encrypted browsers, tracking, mobile security, surveillance laws, and what to do if federal agents show up with a letter from the government demanding library records. Many of the librarians were bent over their notebooks, scribbling frantically as Macrina whipped through her slides. Macrina, 30, is not your grandmother’s librarian. She has a kaleidoscopic illustration from a Mother Goose book tattooed on her arm, occasionally poses for selfies in red lipstick, and wears a small piece of hardware called a security token around her neck like a pendant. Macrina has worked as a public librarian for nearly a decade, but she’s not shelving books; she’s fighting Big Brother. “Like a lot of other librarians, I started thinking about privacy a lot more acutely, I think, right after Snowden,” she told me. “I didn’t know just how much privacy was being violated, and what we weren’t doing to address it.” The American Library Association has counted privacy among its “core values” since 1939, but Macrina thinks that now, in the age of dragnet data collection by intelligence agencies and corporations, librarians aren’t taking enough concrete steps to protect their patrons, in many cases because they don’t have the technical skills.

http://www.thenation.com/article/206561/librarians-versus-nsa

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This tip is for people who are tired of getting blisters on their heels when they go running, walking or hiking. You can prevent these blisters with a “heel lock” or “lace lock” that creates extra friction between the laces at your ankle. This keeps the ankle and heel area nice and tight, without having to tighten your whole shoe. It also helps to prevent black toenails by keeping your heel and your toes from smashing into the front of your shoe. Here’s how to tie a “heel lock” or “lace lock”. A lot of running and hiking shoes have an extra shoelace hole at the top (if your shoes don’t have an extra hole, just use the top regular hole instead). We’re going to use these holes to create loops on the inside and outside of our shoe. Once we have created loops on both sides of our shoe we cross our laces and insert them into the loop on the other side. We then cinch our laces down. Make sure to pull the end of your laces down to create the actual “lock”. Lace your shoe in a balanced shoelace knot and you’re done. No more shoe blisters!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IijQyX_YCKA

Map-Life

Never has knowledge of the world’s biodiversity knowledge been more at your fingertips, thanks to a new smartphone app: the Map of Life. No matter where you are, the app can tell you what species of plants and animals are nearby. Building on the Map of Life’s unrivaled, integrated global database of everything from bumblebees to trees, the app tells users in an instant which species are likely to be found in their vicinity. Photos and text help users identify and learn more about what they see. The app also helps users create personal lists of observations and contribute those to scientific research and conservation efforts. “The app puts a significant proportion of our global knowledge about biodiversity in the palm of your hand, and allows you to discover and connect with biodiversity in a place, wherever you are,” said Walter Jetz, a Yale University associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, and the guiding force behind Map of Life. “This vast information, personalized for where we are, can change the way we identify and learn about the things we see when traveling, hiking in the woods, or stepping in our own back yard.”

https://auth.mol.org/mobile

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Phase One cultural heritage digitization solutions include reprographic camera systems, scanners, film scanning kits and more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH0yG6f5uAI

http://www.phaseone.com/repro-solutions

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