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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Stephanie Sanlorenzo

Stephanie Sanlorenzo

Watson, the supercomputer. - 0 views

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    This was the super computer I was talking about in class today, the one that won on Jeopardy.
Stephanie Sanlorenzo

Read The Official DMCA Act - 2 views

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    It's a big lengthy but here is the DMCA act, if anyone was willing to read it. It's sorted into five sections, each about different issues.
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10 Memorization Tips for More Effective Study Sessions - 0 views

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    A site with some useful tips for people like me who never really learned how to study or are awful at memorizing things and information.
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The Digital Public Library or America - 0 views

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    "An open, distributed network of comprehensive online resources that would draw on the nation's living heritage from libraries, universities, archives, and museums in order to educate, inform, and empower everyone in current and future ­generations".
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Mapping Wikipedia - 0 views

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    Geographic coverage of Wikipedia. This shows the geographical location of articles, a geographic features, etc. Mapping Wikipedia is a collaboration between TraceMedia and the Oxford Internet Institute.
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Google Trends - Hot Searches - 0 views

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    A visualization of the latest hot searches from Google Trends portrayed as sliding tiles.
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Another site to learn code easily - 0 views

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    For those of you who wish to learn more about coding, this site is perfect. You can learn Java, Python, HTML and many other codes.
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The Oldest Webpage Currently On The Internet - 2 views

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    As the title says, this is the oldest site online. It uses hypertext and uses links within the text to browse information. It is a very basic, black and white site that really shows how far we have come since then.
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    I actually found it through a BBC article a few months back.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-22652675
    The site I posted is not the original but is a copy of the original that Tim Berners-Lee kept.
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