Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More

Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More In our digital age, we interact with new technologies each day, yet some of us also pine for the past: we cherish handwritten things and value — even fetishize — physical objects. Posts like “Diaries and Connections to the Past” and “Found Objects and Books” reveal a collective … via WordPress.com News: | Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More In our digital age, we interact with new technologies each day, yet some of us also pine for the past: we cherish handwritten things and value — even fetishize — physical objects. Posts like “Diaries and Connections to the Past” and “Found Objects and Books” reveal a collective nostalgia. Consider a diary hidden in a shoebox. Postcards from your best friend, traveling around the world. Or a stack of letters from a secret lover. We view messages crafted by hand as more personal and meaningful — check out Cristina Vanko’s handwritten texts as modern-day snail mail. Words from our pens stand the test of time, and are viewed as more intimate — and meant to be shared and carefully considered by you, the reader. PostSecret: Now on WordPress.com We’re happy to announce that PostSecret, founded by Frank Warren, has made its home on WordPress.com as one of our newest VIP sites. A popular online community art project for many years, PostSecret is an outlet through which people anonymously mail in their secrets via postcard. It’s the largest ad-free blog in the world — and a perfect example of our appreciation and fascination for handwritten forms of communication. Secrets are preserved in their analog glory, further creating a sense of intimacy: Image via PostSecret, Sunday Secrets: November 23, 2013 Image via PostSecret, Classic Secrets: November 22, 2013 PostSecret is a longtime favorite blog for millions on the internet — we’re thrilled it’s now part of our community. Secrets are posted weekly, on Sunday. Mixing analog and digital: other cool blog projects Other blogs on WordPress.com experiment with found objects and handwritten letters and messages. Some bloggers have ongoing projects bringing their ancestors’ journals and scribbles to life, like A Hundred Years Ago and Home Front Girl Diary. Over on Hope Street, Kurt Blumenau blogs about his grandfather, who kept month-to-month calendars on which he recorded events that affected him — everything from presidential assassinations to late-season snowstorms. Every Monday, Kurt picks an interesting calendar entry and writes something about it. Image via Hope Street, September 1970: Spells Likewise, the preservation of family history is the focus at Save Every Step, which archives family photography, childhood memories, and even World War II-era letters, like this one from 1944 from the blogger’s uncle Joe: Image via Save Every Step, Joe’s Letters, WWII: “Final, Final, Final Exams” Choncey Boddington, a “traditional lady in a digital society,” publishes handwritten posts and messages. Her About page, too, is clever and creative: From the postcards at PostSecret to the letters, diary entries, and handwritten messages on these blogs, it’s evident the WordPress.com community tells important stories about our pasts and histories in creative, clever ways. Follow other interesting blogs that publish handwritten posts and other found materials? Let us know. Finally, if you’re interested in keeping up with what’s abuzz in the community — from a collection of top reads to featured topics curated by our editors — subscribe to WordPress.com Weekend Reads, which we’ll deliver right to your inbox. Filed under: Admin Bar, Community, VIP, WordPress.com Prosegui la lettura su: Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More WordPress.com News Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More L’articolo Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Scarico macchina di iniezione plastica

Scarico macchina di iniezione plastica Mi piace Accedi con il tuo account Google (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa o Chrome) per aggiungere il video di alumotion milano ai video piaciuti. Accedi Accedi con il tuo account Google (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa o Chrome) per comunicare che non ti piace…L’articolo Scarico macchina di iniezione plastica sembra essere il primo su WiKi Plastic.

Raccolta manifestazioni d’interesse: Progetto Donne Motori dell’Innovazione

Percorso di incubazione per imprese femminili, partecipazione entro il 26 novembreL’obiettivo è il sostegno allo sviluppo e al consolidamento di startup femminili. Il progetto sarà totalemente gratuito per le startup partecipanti. Per partecipare inviare la manifestazione d’interesse firmata entro il 26 novembre 2013. L’articolo Raccolta manifestazioni d’interesse: Progetto Donne Motori dell’Innovazione sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Americans want doctors’ guidance on genetic test results

Americans want doctors’ guidance on genetic test results In an era of commercialized medicine, direct-to-consumer genetic testing has been on a steady rise. Consumers can purchase a DNA sample kit, also known as a “spit kit,” mail it to a testing company, and wait for an email that reveals their genetic risk for disorders like heart disease and colon cancer. However, a new study reveals that members of the public, as well as physician groups, are concerned about individuals interpreting these risks without the help of a doctor. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Nov. 7, 2013 — In an era of commercialized medicine, direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing has been on a steady rise. Consumers can purchase a DNA sample kit, also known as a “spit kit,” mail it to a testing company, and wait for an email that reveals their genetic risk for disorders like heart disease and colon cancer. However, a new Yale study reveals that members of the public, as well as physician groups, are concerned about individuals interpreting these risks without the help of a medical professional.”Medical journals have published many editorials expressing concerns about companies that offer genetic tests directly to consumers,” said Yale sociologist Rene Almeling, one of the study’s authors. “What we did that was new was to ask members of the public whether they thought this was a good idea.”The results of the study confirm that 65% of Americans agree that clinicians should be involved in explaining DTC genetic test results. The study, co-authored by Almeling and Shana Kushner Gadarian from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, was published Nov. 7 on the website of Genetics in Medicine, the official publication of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics.”Genetic risk percentages require interpretation and context,” said Almeling. Both the American Medical Association and the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics encourage people to undergo genetic testing under the guidance of a qualified health care professional. This allows patients to discuss the risks and benefits of genetic testing, and test results can be interpreted in the context of the individual’s other health factors, such as family history and environment.According to Almeling, this appears to be the first time that researchers have asked the public directly about the issue of clinician involvement in genetic testing. She added that the high level of public support might influence state and federal regulators to require that clinicians be involved in explaining genetic test results.The study, which was administered by the non-partisan research firm YouGov, surveyed 2,100 respondents about federal spending on genetic research, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act passed in 2008, and DTC genetic testing. … For more info: Americans want doctors’ guidance on genetic test results ScienceDaily: Living Well News Americans want doctors’ guidance on genetic test results L’articolo Americans want doctors’ guidance on genetic test results sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

“Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche

“Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche “Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche Appuntamento per il 17 novembre alle ore 14:30 a Montalto Pavese e il 24 novembre 2013 per mini-corso enologico domenicale presso cantine storiche dell’Oltrepò. Durante le lezioni, frequentabili anche come singolarmente, sarà possibile imparare a conoscere il vino di qualità dell’Oltrepò Pavese a partire dalla coltivazione del vigneto fino alla degustazione … via Itinerarinelgusto | Prodotti tipici e turismo enogastronomico: | “Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche Appuntamento per il 17 novembre alle ore 14:30 a Montalto Pavese e il 24 novembre 2013 per mini-corso enologico domenicale presso cantine storiche dell’Oltrepò. Durante le lezioni, frequentabili anche come singolarmente, sarà possibile imparare a conoscere il vino di qualità dell’Oltrepò Pavese a partire dalla coltivazione del vigneto fino alla degustazione con analisi sensoriale del prodotto finale. Che cos’è il bouquet di un vino? Perché alcuni spumanti sono definiti classici? Come si fa a decidere il vino giusto per un piatto? Ecco alcune delle domande a cui potrete trovare risposta nelle ultime due domeniche di novembre grazie al minicorso sul campo organizzato in due delle più antiche cantine dell’Oltrepò Pavese: I Doria di Montalto e Marchese Adorno di Retorbido. La famiglia Doria, di origini genovesi, acquista il primo podere nel 1800 inziando la storia di un’azienda che oggi è portabandiera di un movimento per il recupero e la valorizzazione delle tradizioni enologiche oltrepadane. Sotto la guida dell’agronomo Daniele Manini, le cantine Doria puntano infatti su produzioni con radici storiche come il Riesling di austriaca memoria, il Nebbiolo risalente all’appartenenza del nostro territorio alle Langhe Piemontesi o il Barbera affinato in botti di castagno secondo gli usi locali antecedenti all’introduzione per motivi commerciali del rovere di importazione francese. Non mancano poi i pregiati spumanti secchi da Pinot Nero che nella zona e all’altitudine di Montalto Pavese beneficiano delle migliori condizioni pedo-climatiche in Italia per lo sviluppo ottimale di profumo e aromi. Sempre genovese è la casata del marchese Marcello Cattaneo Adorno, proprietario dell’omonima cantina di Retorbido. Capendo le potenzialità della tenuta dei nonni, nel 1997 inizia la ristrutturazione della cantina e l’ammodernamento dei vigneti allo scopo di avviare una produzione di vini pregiati. La sua Cantina in effetti diventa ben presto per il nostro territorio un punto di riferimento, nel quale l’alta qualità dei vini si accompagna alla bellezza delle architetture aziendali.La produzione si concentra sulle uve simbolo dell’Oltrepò Pavese: Croatina, Barbera, Uva Rara, Pinot Nero, Riesling, a cui si aggiunge il Cortese, vitigno storico di questa fascia territoriale al confine con il Piemonte. In ciascuna lezione verranno spiegati i processi di vinificazione in rosso, in bianco, in rosé nonchè le tecniche di spumantizzazione e di affinamento. Non mancheranno poi indicazioni su come scegliere il vino in base alle caratteristiche organolettiche del cibo, non solo per esaltare i sapori di quest’ultimo, ma anche per ottimizzarne l’effetto nutrizionale. Se le condizioni meteo saranno propizie le guide dell’Associazione Calyx guideranno i partecipanti in brevi passeggiate panoramiche che aiuteranno a capire i legami del vino con la storia e l’ambiente del territorio. Alle lezioni di degustazione con analisi sensoriale dei vini verranno abbinati rispettivamente una corposa merenda ed un brunch. Per partecipare occorre comunicare la propria adesione agli organizzatori entro i giovedì precedenti le singole lezioni. Per informazioni dettagliate su orari e modalità di iscrizione:Calyx Associazione Ricreativa-Culturale, Godiasco-Salice TermeE-mail: calyx_pv@alice.itTel. 347-5894890 Prosegui la lettura su: “Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche Itinerarinelgusto | Prodotti tipici e turismo enogastronomico “Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche L’articolo “Lezioni d’Oltrepo’”: a scuola di vino nelle cantine storiche sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares

Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares La Tares, una delle più odiose tasse imposte dal governo, potrebbe non essere più un problema per gli abitanti di Avellino, la cui giunta comunale ha deciso rimborsare la tassa sull’immondizia per chi adotti un cane randagio ospitato in un canile convenzionato. Leggi tutto… via Overland contenuti: | Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares La Tares, una delle più odiose tasse imposte dal governo, potrebbe non essere più un problema per gli abitanti di Avellino, la cui giunta comunale ha deciso rimborsare la tassa sull’immondizia per chi adotti un cane randagio ospitato in un canile convenzionato. Leggi tutto… Prosegui la lettura su: Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares Overland contenuti Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares L’articolo Chi adotta un randagio non paga la Tares sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Ines de la Fressange e Nigo per Uniqlo: le novità della collezione LifeWear primavera estate 2014

Una speciale linea di abbigliamento con Ines de la Fressange e l’annuncio del primo direttore creativo per Uniqlo T-Shirt, Nigo, sono queste le novità che Uniqlo ha annunciato con l’intenzione di svelare la sua collezione LifeWear per la prossima primavera-estate 2014 a Parigi il prossimo 20 novembre. ;Continua a leggere Ines de la Fressange e Nigo per Uniqlo: le novità della collezione LifeWear primavera estate 2014…Commenta » L’articolo Ines de la Fressange e Nigo per Uniqlo: le novità della collezione LifeWear primavera estate 2014 sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Making hydrogen cheaply by imitating bacteria? Unique chemistry in hydrogen catalysts revealed

Making hydrogen cheaply by imitating bacteria? Unique chemistry in hydrogen catalysts revealed Making hydrogen easily and cheaply is a dream goal for clean, sustainable energy. Bacteria have been doing exactly that for billions of years, and now chemists are revealing how they do it, and perhaps opening ways to imitate them. via ScienceDaily: Top Science News: Oct. 24, 2013 — Making hydrogen easily and cheaply is a dream goal for clean, sustainable energy. Bacteria have been doing exactly that for billions of years, and now chemists at the University of California, Davis, and Stanford University are revealing how they do it, and perhaps opening ways to imitate them.A study published Oct. 25 in the journal Science describes a key step in assembling the hydrogen-generating catalyst.”It’s pretty interesting that bacteria can do this,” said David Britt, professor of chemistry at UC Davis and co-author on the paper. “We want to know how nature builds these catalysts — from a chemist’s perspective, these are really strange things.”The bacterial catalysts are based on precisely organized clusters of iron and sulfur atoms, with side groups of cyanide and carbon monoxide. Those molecules are highly toxic unless properly controlled, Britt noted.The cyanide and carbon monoxide groups were known to come from the amino acid tyrosine, Britt said. Jon Kuchenreuther, a postdoctoral researcher in Britt’s laboratory, used a technique called electron paramagnetic resonance to study the structure of the intermediate steps.They found a series of chemical reactions involving a type of highly reactive enzyme called a radical SAM enzyme. The tyrosine is attached to a cluster of four iron atoms and four sulfur atoms, then cut loose leaving the cyanide and carbon monoxide groups behind.”People think of radicals as dangerous, but this enzyme directs the radical chemistry, along with the production of normally poisonous CO and CN, along safe and productive pathways,” Britt said.Kuchenreuther, Britt and colleagues also used another technique, Fourier Transform Infrared to study how the iron-cyanide-carbon monoxide complex is formed. That work will be published separately.”Together, these results show how to make this interesting two-cluster enzyme,” Britt said. “This is unique, new chemistry.”Britt’s laboratory houses the California Electron Paramagnetic Resonance center (CalEPR), the largest center of its kind on the west coast.Other authors on the paper are: at UC Davis, postdoctoral researchers William Myers and Troy Stich, project scientist Simon George and graduate student Yaser NejatyJahromy; and at Stanford University, James Swartz, professor of chemical engineering and bioengineering. … For more info: Making hydrogen cheaply by imitating bacteria? Unique chemistry in hydrogen catalysts revealed ScienceDaily: Top Science News Making hydrogen cheaply by imitating bacteria? Unique chemistry in hydrogen catalysts revealed L’articolo Making hydrogen cheaply by imitating bacteria? Unique chemistry in hydrogen catalysts revealed sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

M Missoni Las Vegas: la nuova boutique all’interno dei forum shops del Caesars

M Missoni apre la sua sesta boutique a gestione diretta negli Stati Uniti, all’interno del forum shops del Caesars, a Las Vegas in Nevada, e si aggiunge a quelle di New York, Costa Mesa, San Diego, Houston e Aventura.Continua a leggere M Missoni Las Vegas: la nuova boutique all’interno dei forum shops del Caesars…Commenta » L’articolo M Missoni Las Vegas: la nuova boutique all’interno dei forum shops del Caesars sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Geometrie ispirate alla natura

La coppia di designer Hopf & Nordin, rispettivamente di origini svedesi e tedesche creano una serie di oggetti basati sulla matematica che regola le leggi naturaliLa bellezza della natura è frutto di quel continuo cambiamento e adattamento che chiamiamo evoluzione; noi percepiamo la perfezione di certe strutture naturali come se fosse un fatto apparentemente casuale (la ramificazione degli alberi, la rete filigranata che forma le ali di un insetto, la geometria di una ragnatela o le sfaccettature perfettamente organizzate dei cristalli), ma in realtà tutto è dominato da rigide regole matematiche.I designer Hopf & Nordin, con questa idea in testa, hanno iniziato a creare oggetti di uso quotidiano basati su algoritmi matematici-naturali, aiutandosi con sofisticate tecnologie digitali.Ne …L’articolo Geometrie ispirate alla natura sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

New Balance store Bologna: inaugurato il nuovo flaghip store

E’ stato inaugurato il New Balance Experience Store di Bologna, il nuovo flaghip store, che ha aperto in Via dei Toschi 2 all’angolo con via Clavature nel cuore dello shopping bolognese, a due passi da Piazza Maggiore, e che sarà il punto di riferimento assoluto per tutti gli appassionati di New Balance. ;Continua a leggere New Balance store Bologna: inaugurato il nuovo flaghip store…Commenta » L’articolo New Balance store Bologna: inaugurato il nuovo flaghip store sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Parajumpers boutique Seoul: inaugurato il primo shop in shop, tutte le foto

Parajumpers, progetto che nsce dalla collaborazione tra Ape&Partners e Massimo Rossetti che 15 anni fa ha dato vita ad una linea di abbigliamento riconosciuta in tutto il mondo, ha scelto il Department Store Hyundai di Seoul, nel famoso quartiere di Gangnam, come location ;per l’apertura del suo primo shop in shop.Continua a leggere Parajumpers boutique Seoul: inaugurato il primo shop in shop, tutte le foto…Commenta » L’articolo Parajumpers boutique Seoul: inaugurato il primo shop in shop, tutte le foto sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Università di Verona. Nuovi Farmaci e Ricerca per contrastare i tumori del sangue

Università di VERONA – “Impiego di nuovi farmaci ed ulteriori investimenti nella ricerca per contrastare i tumori del sangue, che rappresentano il 10% di tutte le malattie neoplastiche” all’Università di Verona. E’ l’appello di SIE  (Società Italiana di Ematologia) che torna a Verona dopo 22 anni, al Palaexpo di Veronafiere, per il suo 44esimo Congresso […]L’articolo Università di Verona. Nuovi Farmaci e Ricerca per contrastare i tumori del sangue sembra essere il primo su Controcampus.L’articolo Università di Verona. Nuovi Farmaci e Ricerca per contrastare i tumori del sangue sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Celebrities Style 2013: Madalina Ghenea, Behati Prinsloo e Rita Ora in Blumarine, le foto

Sono moltissime le celebrities che hanno scelto di indossare Blumarine in occasione di premiere e red carpet, tutti i look e le foto di Claudia Gerini, Anguun, Behati Prinsloo, Laura Torrisi, Madalina Ghenea, Hofit Golan, Rita Ora sono su Style & Fashion 2.0Continua a leggere Celebrities Style 2013: Madalina Ghenea, Behati Prinsloo e Rita Ora in Blumarine, le foto…Commenta » L’articolo Celebrities Style 2013: Madalina Ghenea, Behati Prinsloo e Rita Ora in Blumarine, le foto sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno

Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno Secondo il Rapporto sulla Qualità dell’Ambiente Urbano, presentato dall’Ispra, l’aria che si respira oggi nelle maggiori città italiane è migliorata in confronto agli anni passati, merito di una maggiore regolamentazione del traffico e dei controlli sui sistemi di riscaldamento domestici. Nei 60 centri urbani italiani in cui sono stati raccolti i … via Virtuousitaly: | Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno Secondo il Rapporto sulla Qualità dell’Ambiente Urbano, presentato dall’Ispra, l’aria che si respira oggi nelle maggiori città italiane è migliorata in confronto agli anni passati, merito di una maggiore regolamentazione del traffico e dei controlli sui sistemi di riscaldamento domestici. Nei 60 centri urbani italiani in cui sono stati raccolti i dati, tra il 2000 Prosegui la lettura su: Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno Virtuousitaly Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno L’articolo Migliora la qualità dell’aria nelle città, ma occorre ancora impegno sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

How red crabs on Christmas Island speak for the tropics

How red crabs on Christmas Island speak for the tropics Research has found that erratic rainfall — which could become more irregular as a result of climate change — could be detrimental to animals that migrate with the dry-wet seasonal cycle. The researchers studied the annual mating migration of the land-dwelling Christmas Island red crab in order to help scientists understand the consequences of climate change for the millions of migratory animals in Earth’s tropical zones. via ScienceDaily: Ecology News: Oct. 10, 2013 — Each year, the land-dwelling Christmas Island red crab takes an arduous and shockingly precise journey from its earthen burrow to the shores of the Indian Ocean where weeks of mating and egg laying await.The crabs represent species that do not factor into a lot of climate-change research. The majority of studies focus on changes in temperate climates, such as the future severity and duration of summers and winters. Tropical animals migrate in response to wet-dry seasons. If fluctuations in rainfall become more extreme and frequent with climate change, then scores of animals could be in trouble.Native to the Australian territories of Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, millions of the crabs start rolling across the island roads and landscape in crimson waves when the November rains begin. After a two-week scuttle to the sea, the male crab sets up and defends a mating burrow for himself and a female of his kind, the place where she will incubate their clutch for another two weeks. Before the morning of the high tide that precedes the December new moon, the females must emerge to release their millions of eggs into the ocean. A month later, the next generation of crabs comes ashore.But a lack of rain can delay or entirely cancel this meticulous process, according to research conducted through Princeton University that could help scientists understand the consequences of climate change for the millions of migratory animals in Earth’s tropical zones.The researchers report in the journal Global Change Biology that the crabs’ reproductive cycle tracked closely with the amount and timing of precipitation. Writ large, these findings suggest that erratic rainfall could be detrimental to animals that migrate with the dry-wet seasonal cycle that breaks up the tropical year, the researchers report. If fluctuations in rainfall become more extreme and frequent with climate change, then scores of animals could be in trouble — not just the migrators themselves, but also the creatures reliant on them for food.Lead author Allison Shaw, who conducted the work as a Princeton doctoral student in ecology and evolutionary biology, explained that what scientists understand about the possible impact of a warming planet on animal movement is dominated by studies of how creatures that migrate with the summer-to-winter seasonal shifts of Europe and North America will be affected by changes such as the severity and duration of summers and winters. … For more info: How red crabs on Christmas Island speak for the tropics ScienceDaily: Ecology News How red crabs on Christmas Island speak for the tropics L’articolo How red crabs on Christmas Island speak for the tropics sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

# CrowdFuture 2013: l’imprescindibile conferenza sul crowdfunding

Realizzo qualcosa, ma non ho il denaro sufficiente per eseguire il bootstrap della mia idea, tantomeno a realizzare l’intero progetto, per di più da solo o con amici che hanno il mio stesso problema. Eppure, la mia idea vale. Un tempo, avremmo dovuto arrenderci davanti ad un’evidenza simile; oggi, invece, esiste un fenomeno che (inutile che ve lo ricordi) sta prendendo sempre più piede, ossia il crowdfunding: posso presentare un progetto su una piattaforma dedicata, e ricevere – oltre i consensi, che però non saziano molto lo stomaco – i soldi che mi servono, o solo una parte…L’articolo # CrowdFuture 2013: l’imprescindibile conferenza sul crowdfunding sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Mozilla Firefox. Smartphone Firefox OS: Mozilla si espande nel settore telefonia

Mozilla e i suoi partner avviano la seconda fase di espansione di Mozilla Firefox OS con il lancio in ulteriori mercati Reazioni positive registrate nei mercati coinvolti nel lancio iniziale Mozilla annuncia l’imminente avvio di una nuova serie di lanci degli smartphone Mozilla Firefox OS che interesserà un maggior numero di dispositivi e mercati in tutto […]L’articolo Mozilla Firefox. Smartphone Firefox OS: Mozilla si espande nel settore telefonia sembra essere il primo su Controcampus.L’articolo Mozilla Firefox. Smartphone Firefox OS: Mozilla si espande nel settore telefonia sembra essere il primo su La Vita Oggi.

PLANETHOTEL.NET: Al via Italy Design Network srl

Portiamo in evidenza questa notizia via: italydesign – Google Blog Search: PLANETHOTEL.NET: Al via Italy Design Network srl I sentimenti che ci animano: entusiasmo e preoccupazione. E' un periodo duro, per tutti, anche per noi. I dati macro hanno inciso e continuano ad incidere sui livelli micro, ma � inutile adesso stare a piangere sul latte versato. Per questa notizia si ringrazia: italydesign – Google Blog Search e vi invitiamo a continuare la lettura su: PLANETHOTEL.NET: Al via Italy Design Network srl PLANETHOTEL.NET: Al via Italy Design Network srl Web Net 3.0 PLANETHOTEL.NET: Al via Italy Design Network srl Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013

Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013 Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013 Nell’ultimo week-end di Settembre, il 28 e 29, le cantine della Franciacorta tornano ad aprire le loro porte a turisti ed enoappassionati per la quarta edizione del “Festival Franciacorta in Cantina”. Nelle singole cantine le degustazioni si accompagneranno a momenti d’arte, ad intrattenimento musicale e alle attività per divertire i più … via Itinerarinelgusto | Prodotti tipici e turismo enogastronomico: | Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013 Nell’ultimo week-end di Settembre, il 28 e 29, le cantine della Franciacorta tornano ad aprire le loro porte a turisti ed enoappassionati per la quarta edizione del “Festival Franciacorta in Cantina”. Nelle singole cantine le degustazioni si accompagneranno a momenti d’arte, ad intrattenimento musicale e alle attività per divertire i più piccoli. Ecco i diversi temi del festival. Il Franciacorta e i SAPORI – Questo sarà il filo conduttore del Festival in Cantina 2012. Molte saranno le aziende che organizzeranno visite con degustazione delle differenti tipologie di Franciacorta prodotte, in abbinamento ai piatti e ai prodotti tipici del territorio, ma non solo, che meglio vi si accompagnano. Il Franciacorta e l’ARTE – Persino gli amanti dell’arte troveranno in Franciacorta motivi di interesse. Singolari dimostrazioni di come i produttori amino spesso legare l’arte del vino alle arti in genere. Il Franciacorta e la MUSICA – Un’attenzione particolare sarà dedicata anche alla musica: saranno diverse, infatti le proposte per chi vorrà vivere una coinvolgente esperienza abbinando la degustazione di un calice di Franciacorta ad una piacevole esperienza che coinvolga tutti i sensi. Il Franciacorta e l’EMOZIONE – Chi ama ‘sperimentare’ potrà trovare qualche spunto originale grazie ad alcune aziende che proporranno ai loro ospiti degustazioni insolite: un coinvolgimento multisensoriale, con spazi e divertimento dedicati anche ai più piccoli. La prenotazione della visita è obbligatoria ed è da effettuarsi direttamente contattando le cantine.Le cantine saranno aperte, salvo diverse indicazioni, dalle ore 9.00 alle 13.00 e dalle 14.00 alle 19.00. Pere scaricare il depliant completo clicca qui. Prosegui la lettura su: Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013 Itinerarinelgusto | Prodotti tipici e turismo enogastronomico Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013 L’articolo Festival Franciacorta in Cantina 2013 sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Create a design for a Product Menu in Phonegap by darko4spain

Hi. We need a web & mobile designer who will design our PhoneGap menu app. We need only the front end (the design and the PhoneGap logic, like the DB, syncing data with the server and all that is needed for the tablet to work)… (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: AJAX, jQuery / Prototype, Mobile Phone, PhoneGap) via Freelancer.com – New Projects filtered by Keyword: Create a design for a Product Menu in Phonegap by darko4spain Hi. We need a web & mobile designer who will design our PhoneGap menu app. We need only the front end (the design and the PhoneGap logic, like the DB, syncing data with the server and all that is needed for the tablet to work)… (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: AJAX, jQuery / Prototype, Mobile Phone, PhoneGap) For more info: Create a design for a Product Menu in Phonegap by darko4spain Freelancer.com – New Projects filtered by Keyword Create a design for a Product Menu in Phonegap by darko4spain L’articolo Create a design for a Product Menu in Phonegap by darko4spain sembra essere il primo su Ajax Time.

News Belen e Stefano. Matrimonio Belen e Stefano: invitati, ecco chi non verrà

Belen e Stefano domani sposi! Matrimonio da favola per Belen e Stefano che si sposeranno a Comignago. Belen e Stefano si sposeranno domani a Comignago in un piccolo paese in provincia di Novara. Il matrimonio di Belen e Stefano si svolgerà all’interno di una bellissima tenuta, la Villa Giannone, completamente immersa nel verde che ha all’interno una […]L’articolo News Belen e Stefano. Matrimonio Belen e Stefano: invitati, ecco chi non verrà sembra essere il primo su Controcampus.L’articolo News Belen e Stefano. Matrimonio Belen e Stefano: invitati, ecco chi non verrà sembra essere il primo su La Vita Oggi.

Scuola Hi-Tech. Nasce con KION: l’osservatorio scuola di monitoraggio tecnologia digitale

Nasce l’Osservatorio Scuola Innovazione per il monitoraggio dell’uso della tecnologia digitale nel mondo della Scuola Un’attività di indagine e analisi periodica su Istituti scolastici italiani promossa da KION con il supporto di un Comitato Scientifico composto da autorevoli esperti provenienti dal mondo della Scuola e delle Istituzioni KION, società del CINECA specializzata in Tecnologia per […]L’articolo Scuola Hi-Tech. Nasce con KION: l’osservatorio scuola di monitoraggio tecnologia digitale sembra essere il primo su Controcampus.L’articolo Scuola Hi-Tech. Nasce con KION: l’osservatorio scuola di monitoraggio tecnologia digitale sembra essere il primo su La Vita Oggi.

Sfilate Moda Milano Settembre 2013: Vogue Italia presenta Who is on Next? e Vogue Talents

Vogue Italia dedica da sempre grande attenzione alle nuove generazioni, con numerose iniziative che portano i talenti emergenti al centro del mondo fashion. Il mensile e il suo direttore Franca Sozzani indirizzano da più di sei anni energie, inventiva e sostegno economico nello scouting, nell’arricchimento e nella valorizzazione del vivaio dei giovani talenti, dando largo spazio alla nuova generazione di creatività internazionale.Continua a leggere Sfilate Moda Milano Settembre 2013: Vogue Italia presenta Who is on Next? e Vogue Talents…Commenta » L’articolo Sfilate Moda Milano Settembre 2013: Vogue Italia presenta Who is on Next? e Vogue Talents sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Shredding plastic,RSU – ARES WS 1800-Triturazione Plastica- OMER ECOLOGY s.r.l.

Shredding plastic,RSU – ARES WS 1800-Triturazione Plastica- OMER ECOLOGY s.r.l. Mi piace Accedi con il tuo account Google (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa o Chrome) per aggiungere il video di Ilario Munari ai video piaciuti. Accedi Accedi con il tuo account Google (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa o…L’articolo Shredding plastic,RSU – ARES WS 1800-Triturazione Plastica- OMER ECOLOGY s.r.l. sembra essere il primo su WiKi Plastic.

Heavily logged forests still valuable for tropical wildlife

Heavily logged forests still valuable for tropical wildlife New research has found rainforests that have been logged several times continue to hold substantial value for biodiversity and could have a role in conservation. via ScienceDaily: Ecology News: Sep. 17, 2013 — New research has found rainforests that have been logged several times continue to hold substantial value for biodiversity and could have a role in conservation.According to principal investigators, Dr Matthew Struebig and Anthony Turner from the University of Kent’s Durrell Institute of Conservation Ecology (DICE), these findings challenge a long-held belief that there is limited, if any, value of heavily logged forests for conservation.The research, which monitored bats as an indicator for environmental change on Borneo, is the first of its kind to have wildlife in forests logged more than two times. The findings are particularly important because across the tropics forest that has been intensively harvested is frequently targeted for conversion to agriculture and is perceived to hold little value for timber, carbon or biodiversity.Dr Struebig, Lecturer in Biological Conservation from DICE, explains: ‘Recent studies have emphasised similar numbers of species living in unlogged and logged sites, but what surprised us was just how resilient some species were, even in sites almost unrecognisable as rainforest.’Only by viewing forest sites along a gradient of logging disturbance, ranging from pristine to heavily degraded, were the team able to detect a gradual decline of some key bat species.The research confirmed the most vulnerable bats were those that tend to live in the cavities of old growth trees. By linking bat captures with vegetation measurements from nearby plots, the researchers were able to reveal how these animals declined as successive rounds of logging took their toll on forest structure, and crucially, the availability of tree cavities.Although logging damage was clearly detrimental to some of the species studied, the findings also offer some hope for forest restoration efforts.’Across the tropics there is increasing investment to restore the timber and wildlife in logged rainforests.’ says Dr Struebig. ‘For biodiversity, simple measures, such as setting artificial nest boxes for bats and birds may, if guided by research, help bring some species back to the numbers found in unlogged areas’, he said.The research, titled: ‘Quantifying the Biodiversity Value of Repeatedly Logged Rainforests: Gradient and Comparative Approaches from Borneo’ is published in Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 48, and includes the efforts of Malaysian, Indonesian and Canadian researchers in addition to scientists from the University of Kent and the University of East Anglia (UEA) in the UK.This study is the first field data to be published from the Stability of Altered Forest Ecosystems Project in Sabah, Malaysia — a new landscape experiment which combines the efforts of more than 100 researchers around the world to investigate the impacts of logging, deforestation and forest fragmentation in the natural world. With support from the Sime Darby oil palm company and the Malaysian government, the aim is to produce a set of science-based recommendations for more sustainable practices in the logging and agriculture industries in tropical countries. For more info: Heavily logged forests still valuable for tropical wildlife ScienceDaily: Ecology News Heavily logged forests still valuable for tropical wildlife L’articolo Heavily logged forests still valuable for tropical wildlife sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Who was eating salmon 45,000 years ago in the Caucasus? Neandertals probably not as rigid in their diet as thought

Who was eating salmon 45,000 years ago in the Caucasus? Neandertals probably not as rigid in their diet as thought Why did anatomically modern humans replace Neandertals in Europe around 40,000 years ago? One hypothesis suggests that Neandertals were rigid in their dietary choice, targeting large herbivorous mammals, such as horse, bison and mammoths, while modern humans also exploited a wider diversity of dietary resources, including fish. This dietary flexibility of modern humans would have been a big advantage when competing with Neandertals and led to their final success. But new research does not support this hypothesis. via ScienceDaily: Top Science News: Sep. 17, 2013 — Why did anatomically modern humans replace Neandertals in Europe around 40,000 years ago?One hypothesis suggests that Neandertals were rigid in their dietary choice, targeting large herbivorous mammals, such as horse, bison and mammoths, while modern humans also exploited a wider diversity of dietary resources, including fish. This dietary flexibility of modern humans would have been a big advantage when competing with Neandertals and led to their final success.In a joint study, Professor Hervé Bocherens of the University of Tübingen, Germany, together with colleagues from the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Saint Petersburg, Russia and the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels, Belgium have found at a cave in the Caucasus Mountains indirect hints of fish consumption by Neandertals. The scientists challenge the hypothesis of evolutionary advantage of modern humans on basis of dietary choice. Bone analyses ruled out cave bears and cave lions to have consumed the fish whose remains were found at the Caucasian cave.The hypothesis on dietary differences between modern humans and Neandertals is based on the study of animal bones found in caves occupied by these two types of hominids, which can provide clues about their diet, but it is always difficult to exclude large predators living at the same time as being responsible for at least part of this accumulation. One such case occurs in a cave located on the northern slopes of the Caucasus Mountains, called Kudaro 3.There, the bone fragments of large salmon, migrating from marine water to their freshwater spawning places, were found in the Middle Palaeolithic archaeological layers, dated to around 42 to 48,000 years ago, and probably deposited by Neandertals. Such remains suggested that fish was consumed by these archaic Humans. However, large carnivores, such as Asiatic cave bears (Ursus kudarensis) and cave lions (Panthera spelaea) were also found in the cave and could have brought the salmon bones in the caves.To test this hypothesis, the possible contribution of marine fish in the diet of these carnivores was evaluated using carbon, nitrogen and sulphur isotopes in faunal bone collagen, comparing these isotopic signatures between predators and their potential prey. The results indicate that salmons were neither part of the diet of cave bears (they were purely vegetarian, like their European counterparts) or cave lions (they were predators of herbivores from arid areas).”This study provides indirect support to the idea that Middle Palaeolithic Hominins, probably Neandertals, were able to consume fish when it was available, and that therefore, the prey choice of Neandertals and modern humans was not fundamentally different,” says Hervé Bocherens. He assumes that more than diet differences were certainly involved in the demise of the Neandertals. For more info: Who was eating salmon 45,000 years ago in the Caucasus? Neandertals probably not as rigid in their diet as thought ScienceDaily: Top Science News Who was eating salmon 45,000 years ago in the Caucasus? Neandertals probably not as rigid in their diet as thought L’articolo Who was eating salmon 45,000 years ago in the Caucasus? Neandertals probably not as rigid in their diet as thought sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Ho-Ryon Lee

Ho-Ryon Lee Ho-Ryon Lee via design42day » Search Results » digital+art: | His images look like double-exposed photos, but they are paintings – part of a series titled Overlapping Image. At first, it may look quite easy, as many painters today use digital photography as part of their research and sketching to initially shape their work, but Lee’s work is a lot more sophisticated. His images animate the characters he is depicting, showing an extreme control of timing and transparency between each layer so that you can see a full sequence of human movement in one still image. The first layers are more transparent and the last layer is almost opaque. His images are as if you are watching a scene in stroboscope light, with an after-image from the previous flash remaining on your retina while new imagery is travelling towards you visual cortex. The subject matter for his paintings is the female body and mostly represented as anonymous individuals (we hardly never see a clear face in his paintings). His focus is always in the genital region of the body and often seen from behind. His imagery contains strong a male gaze and it is up to the viewer to interpret what it means. Is he expressing his maleness as voyeur, or, is it a feminist expression of power as we all enter this world by exiting from a woman’s crotch? There is something very primal in his highly photorealistic paintings. Perhaps there are echoes in his work, similar to Medieval Sheela-na-gigs (stone carvings with females exposing exaggerated genitals). In any case there is a lust and appraisal in his imagery and colours that are inherently seductive. Very little seems to be known about Lee. Perhaps it is typical of this generation of painters, to avoid having their own portrait on-line. We know that he is Korean and according to his CV, he has both a Bachelors and Masters in Fine Art. Since 2006 he has been exhibiting his work in Korea, Singapore, USA, and Germany. For more info: Ho-Ryon Lee design42day » Search Results » digital+art Ho-Ryon Lee Originally posted 2013-06-07 17:49:48. Republished by Blog Post PromoterAnxiaoStudio Ho-Ryon Lee Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Digital Skull Illustrations by Noxbil � Inspiration Hut – Art and …

Digital Skull Illustrations by Noxbil � Inspiration Hut – Art and … Noxbil aka Cesar V.Ortiz is a digital artist and graphic designer living in Gran Canaria, he has a wide range of work within his portfolio but this collection of digital skull illustrations/manipulations stood out to me the most. The execution of these … via web digital artist – Google Blog Search: Filed Under: Digital Art, InspirationTagged With: Digital Illustration, skull illustrations About AbbieMayHi there, my names Abbie and I’m the Co-Founder here at Inspiration Hut. I generally submit content that should hopefully inspire you and feed your creative hunger. Prior to this website, I was a Photography and Art Student studying at Plymouth College of Art and Design. Keep updated with our website via one of our social networking profiles.Follow me on Twitter Thank-you. Leave a Comment Symbolic and Ritualistic Art by Boo Saville http://t.co/PpGK7nHTOB about 14 minutes ago from web Creative Poster Design by Bevlak http://t.co/nn53UOmmOS about 40 minutes ago from Win the Customer Illustrations by Zhang Weber http://t.co/lVstpIsn72 about 1 hour ago from web Awesome Design and Illustration by Ryan Feerer http://t.co/vjwn4iAzvu about 2 hours ago from Win the Customer Manga Style Illustrations by Thuy Nguyen Minh http://t.co/RJHlt0xgmY about 4 hours ago from Win the Customer Return to top of pageCopyright Inspiration Hut 2011-2013 – Log in For more info: Digital Skull Illustrations by Noxbil � Inspiration Hut – Art and … web digital artist – Google Blog Search Digital Skull Illustrations by Noxbil � Inspiration Hut – Art and … Originally posted 2013-06-27 16:06:08. Republished by Blog Post PromoterAnxiaoStudio Digital Skull Illustrations by Noxbil � Inspiration Hut – Art and … Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Graphic And Print Design � Harlem Photo Studios Music Video …

Graphic And Print Design � Harlem Photo Studios Music Video … Being one of the leading Web designer in New York City, geared to develop attractive, fast-loading, search engine optimized sites with user-friendly navigation. Harlem Photo Studios web designer deliver creativity with technical expertise to … via new york web designer – Google Blog Search: For more info: Graphic And Print Design � Harlem Photo Studios Music Video … new york web designer – Google Blog Search Graphic And Print Design � Harlem Photo Studios Music Video … BaumgarterHolgerson Graphic And Print Design � Harlem Photo Studios Music Video … Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Video: Vivid Sydney light show | Baltic News Network – News from …

Evidenziamo questo post dal: lighting in italy – Google Blog Search: Video: Vivid Sydney light show | Baltic News Network – News from … The largest light, music and ideas festival in the Southern Hemisphere, Vivid Sydney features lighting installations around the harbour foreshore, live music performances at Sydney Opera House and over 120 creative industry events. … The artists making up the show come not only from Australia but from the USA, Germany, Italy, Greece, Malaysia, Korea, Poland, Brazil and New Zealand. For the first time this year, the area's famous Harbour Bridge will also be lit up … Per questa notizia si ringrazia: lighting in italy – Google Blog Search e vi invitiamo a continuare la lettura su: Video: Vivid Sydney light show | Baltic News Network – News from … Video: Vivid Sydney light show | Baltic News Network – News from … Originally posted 2013-05-28 14:09:31. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWeb Net 3.0 Video: Vivid Sydney light show | Baltic News Network – News from … Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

NCM group – This is how we do – fashion menswear – made in Italy

Segnaliamo questo articolo via: Videos matching: made in italy: NCM group – This is how we do – fashion menswear – made in Italy http://www.youtube.com/v/vGvO9eZ1vHo?version=3&f=videos&app=youtube_gdata Per questo post si ringrazia: Videos matching: made in italy e vi invitiamo a continuare la lettura su: NCM group – This is how we do – fashion menswear – made in Italy NCM group – This is how we do – fashion menswear – made in Italy Argomenti trattati: Originally posted 2013-04-25 03:28:25. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWeb Net 3.0 NCM group – This is how we do – fashion menswear – made in Italy Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture