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John Pearce

martin shervington - Google+ - Programmable notifications system for Google+ ... - 0 views

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    "Imagine a way on Google+ to tailor and deliver the 'right messages to the right people, at the right time...' Well, this is exactly what we have created! The quick video will show you a demo of a programmable desktop notification, and 'badging system' to follow soon  - meaning you can e.g. attribute different 'levels of competence' to people in a community, and deliver unique content to specifically them."
Shelly Terrell

3d Virtual Immersive Environments as Enabler for Blended Gamified L... - 0 views

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Roland Gesthuizen

Holy Shit, A New David Attenborough Documentary is Coming to Oculus Rift | Gizmodo UK - 0 views

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    "Facebook buying Oculus Rift was seen by some people as a huge blow to the future of the system, but now we have some news which'll make the odd virtual reality privacy intrusion worth its while: An upcoming David Attenborough documentary is being filmed specifically for the Oculus Rift."
John Pearce

The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs Ltd. - Kickstarter - 1 views

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    "Finally! Mobile printing is really here! A printer that goes where you go & prints from your phone on any size page! The future is now!"
Roland Gesthuizen

'Heartbleed' Bug Exposes Passwords, Web Site Encryption Keys - Krebs on Security - 1 views

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    "Researchers have uncovered an extremely critical vulnerability in recent versions of OpenSSL, a technology that allows millions of Web sites to encrypt communications with visitors. Complicating matters further is the release of a simple exploit that can be used to steal usernames and passwords from vulnerable sites, as well as private keys that sites use to encrypt and decrypt sensitive data.

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Roland Gesthuizen

Making the News - English (7,8,9,10) - ABC Splash - http://splash.abc.net.au/livestream... - 0 views

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    "Want to be a reporter? Join ABC News journalist Del Irani as she takes behind the scenes of a newsroom and shares rare insights into the skills you need to find and tell the story. Sign up to the Splash newsletter for details of our 90-second news storytelling challenge, where you will tell the story. #ABCSplashLive"
John Pearce

The Micro 3D printer tops $1M on Kickstarter in one day - CNET - 0 views

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    "The cute, little, Micro 3D printer appears to be a very hot commodity. Touting it as "the first truly consumer 3D printer," the team behind The Micro, M3D, has worked to design an easy-to-use, low-cost, 7-inch tall printer. The device can print smaller items, such as a vase, custom cookie cutters, or cat toys. The Micro can auto-level and auto-calibrate and will also work with open-source software for more advanced users."
John Pearce

The Micro: The First Truly Consumer 3D Printer by M3D LLC - Kickstarter - 0 views

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    "The first truly consumer 3D printer should be incredibly intuitive, easy to own, and seamless by design....And That's Why We Made The Micro It is the most affordable 3D printer that can be used right out of the box.  Perfect for beginners and experts alike, just plug in the printer, download or create models, hit print, and watch your custom creations form right before your eyes."
John Pearce

Restoring CC attribution to Flickr, because Yahoo broke it - Boing Boing - 2 views

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    "You may know that Flickr is one of the largest repositories of freely usable public domain and Creative Commons photos in the world, hosting collections contributed by libraries, national archives, foundations, museums, galleries, and individual users (I've uploaded more than 10,000 CC-BY-SA images of my own). However, with its latest redesign, Flickr has made is very difficult to copy the images it has been entrusted with, and nearly impossible to correctly attribute them in accord with their license terms. Today, we're fixing that. A little, anyway."
John Pearce

Sweeping Away a Search History - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    "YOUR search history contains some of the most personal information you will ever reveal online: your health, mental state, interests, travel locations, fears and shopping habits.

    And that is information most people would want to keep private. Unfortunately, your web searches are carefully tracked and saved in databases, where the information can be used for almost anything, including highly targeted advertising and price discrimination based on your data profile."
John Pearce

Girls Who Code - 2 views

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    "Launched in Spring 2012, Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors. With support from public and private partners, Girls Who Code works to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields."
Tony Richards

This Little-Known iOS Feature Will Change the Way We Connect | Gadget Lab | WIRED - 1 views

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    "The idea behind FireChat is simple. It's a chatting app. After registering with a name - no email address or other personal identifiers required - you're dropped into a fast-moving chatroom of "Everyone" using it in your country. The interesting aspect, however, is the "Nearby" option. Here, the app uses Apple's Multipeer Connectivity framework, essentially a peer-to-peer feature that lets you share messages (and soon photos) with other app users nearby, regardless of whether you have an actual Wi-Fi or cellular connection."
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    "apple apps peer to peer security FOLLOW WIRED Twitter Facebook RSS
    This Little-Known iOS Feature Will Change the Way We Connect"
Tony Richards

YouTube reportedly building a version for kids under 10 years old - TechSpot - 3 views

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    "The content hosted on Youtube is pretty diverse. But while diversity is good, not all videos are suitable for all ages, especially for the younger ones. According to a  report published by The Information, the video site is developing a children-friendly version designed specifically for children under ten years old. Google has already started talking to video producers who are interested in creating video content for kids, the report says."
John Pearce

Would The Real 'Alec Couros' Please Stand Up? | open thinking - 1 views

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    "Last September, I wrote a post about how scammers had been using my photos to lure women into online, romantic relationships for the purpose of 'borrowing' or extorting money. Since that time, the scams have continued. I get, on average, one new report a day from women (and occasionally men) who have been tricked, or nearly tricked, into sending money. In many cases, individuals have reported forming deep attachments or even falling in love with these scammers. This has been a frustrating predicament that has been going on for many years now. In this post, I thought I would share a few of the things that I've learned about the scams, the scammers, and their potential victims."
John Pearce

Msg to mum: don't sweat the cyber stuff - 5 views

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    "Cyber-bullying, update-addiction, sexting - from the perspective of a parent raising a ''digital native'' child, social media seems fraught with dangers. But new research suggests the risks inherent in social media use by younger generations might be overblown. danah boyd, assistant research professor at Harvard and principal researcher for Microsoft Research - like k.d.lang, she prefers the lower case - has completed a large-scale study on how US teenagers use the internet in general, and social media in particular. Her book is called It's Complicated, and is the result of in-depth interviews with scores of teens over an eight-year period."
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