All Posts Tagged "Weekly"

Photography – Week 150-ish

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I’ve missed a few weeks. No guilt. I am playing around with more phone photography. I doing some stuff on Instagram but have mixed feelings there. Lots of ‘likes’ and what not but I’m not sure what else. Given a chunk of the missed time was over break you’ll see a lot more nature shots […]
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Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-01-15

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Rogue Scientists Race to Save Climate Data from Trump | WIRED At Penn, a group of coders that called themselves “baggers” set upon these tougher sets immediately, writing scripts to scrape the data and collect them in data bundles to be uploaded to DataRefuge.org, an Amazon Web Services-hosted site which will serve as an alternate […]
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Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-01-08

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Peace sign selfies could let hackers copy your fingerprints Posing for a picture while holding your hands up in a peace sign could pose a security threat, with hackers able to recreate prints that are the key to phones, computers and tablets.  Researchers at Japan’s National Institute of Informatics (NII) have found that fingerprints can be easily recreated […]
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Work This Week – Week 1

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Since I’ve been falling off on my weekly photo posts, I figure I’ll start a weekly work series. While that doesn’t seem to make sense . . . it does. I am really bad about keeping track of the good things, the progress, the little bits that add up. I am very good at looking […]
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Weekly Web Harvest for 2016-10-30

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Wiki Education Foundation – Wiki Education Foundation » BC Open Educational Technology Collaborative Of Course Westworld’s Costumes Are 3D-Printed, Too – Racked With the exception of some places in Italy or maybe England, you honestly can’t find beautiful, intricate fabrics anymore. It’s really sad! So we had to hire 3D printers in Los Angeles to […]
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