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SID THE SCIENCE KID | Measurement | PBS KIDS

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

http://pbskids.org/sid/ Did you hear the one about the kid who wanted to know everything about everything? It’s SID THE SCIENCE KID, joining PBS KIDS on September 1st, 2008. This new series from The Jim Henson Company and KCET (Los Angeles) features big ideas, catchy tunes and hi-quality computer graphics. Preschoolers’ curiosity — and funny bones — will be tickled when Sid takes on any and every question about the world around him. Join Sid in this clip as he figures out how to measure his room without a ruler.

Making A Good Movie (AFI’s Lights, Camera, Education!)

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

http://screennation.afi.com

Sean Astin hosts AFI’s filmmaking tutorial series, LIGHTS, CAMERA, EDUCATION! In this segment, we explore some basic tips on how to make a good movie.

How to Build a Computer – 5 – Choosing RAM

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

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Technology Management Program UCSB: Energy Summit 2006

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

The Technology Management Program sponsored the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit-2006 at UC Santa Barbara. In this session: Klaus Lackner on supply and demand of energy in the future; John Kersten on wind, solar and fuel cell research; and Alan Wodtke on solar energy technology. Series: Technology Management Program [6/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11469]

Technology Management Program UCSB: Energy Peak Oil

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Peak oil theory states that oil will have a beginning, middle, and an end of production, and at some point it will reach a level of maximum output. It is estimated that approximately half of all oil that will be recovered, has been recovered, and oil production may reach a peak in the near future, or perhaps already has. Then what? Series: Technology Management Program [3/2007] [Public Affairs] [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 12254]

SIMS 141 – Search, Google, and Life: Sergey Brin – Google

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Search Engines: Technology, Society, and Business. The World Wide Web brings much of the world’s knowledge into the reach of nearly everyone with a computer and an internet connection. The availability of huge quantities of information at our fingertips is transforming government, business, and many other aspects of society. Topics include search advertising and auctions, search and privacy, search ranking, internationalization, anti-spam efforts, local search, peer-to-peer search, and search of blogs and online communities. The Instructor, Dr. Marti Hearst, is an associate professor in the School of Information at UC Berkeley, with an affiliate appointment in the Computer Science Division. The UC…

Technology Management Program UCSB: Creativity/Innovation

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Dr. Herbert Kroemer, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering University of California, Santa Barbara and Nobel Prize in Physics (2000) discusses in creativity and innovation. Series: Technology Management Program [11/2005] [Business] [Show ID: 11058]

DomainKeys Identified Mail Technology

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Google Tech Talks
December, 5 2007

DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an emerging IETF standard (RFC
4871) to authenticate sending domains in SMTP mail. It is designed
to be scalable, extensible, back-compatible, and adoptable without
any flag days.

This talk will cover the background of sender domain authentication
in general and DKIM in particular, details of how DKIM works, and
other issues that DKIM brings up, notably sender accreditation and
reputation and receiver policy. Sendmail’s Open Source
implementation of DKIM will also be discussed.

Speaker: Eric Allman
As Sendmail’s Chief Science Officer and co-founder, Eric Allman leads the company’s technology strategy and direction. Allman authored sendmail, the world’s first Internet Mail program, in 1981 while at the University of California at Berkeley. He continues to spearhead sendmail.org, the global team of volunteers that maintain and support the sendmail Open Source platform.

At the forefront of industry-leading trends and technology, Allman is currently a leader of the movement to adopt an international standard for Sender Domain Authentication. Allman, backed by a cross-industry group of companies (Cisco, Yahoo, PGP, et. al.), co-authored the draft specification for DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), and submitted it to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

Before joining Sendmail, Allman served as CTO for Sift, Inc., which is now part of 24/7 Media, Inc. He was lead developer and provided a large-scale research software infrastructure on the Mammoth project at U.C. Berkeley. Allman has contributed as a senior developer at the International Computer Science Institute to neural network systems design. Allman was also Chief Programmer on the INGRES Relational Database Management System and an early contributor to Berkeley UNIX, authoring syslog, tset, the troff -me macros, and trek in addition to sendmail. For several years, he has co-authored the “C Advisor” column for UNIX Review magazine. He was formerly a member of the Board of Directors of USENIX Association and is currently a member of the ACM Queue Editorial Review Board.

Allman holds an Masters of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.

Cognitive Technology on a Mobile Platform

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Google Tech Talks
May, 27 2008

ABSTRACT

Mobile devices have great potential to increase independence for people with cognitive disabilities. Besides basic communication, which is itself very important, key features include location awareness, which can be used to help with public transportation, and remote management, which allows a caregiver to manage content, such as schedule information, on a user’s device. A recent projects course at the University of Colorado developed promising prototypes on the Android platform, and suggested useful platform enhancements, especially relating to speech technology.

Speaker: Clayton Lewis

Using Audio Technology to Reduce Global Illiteracy, Poverty

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Google Tech Talks
January, 8 2008

ABSTRACT

For more info, see http://literacybridge.org/

Knowledge is power; but most knowledge is tied up in text. So how do the 774 million illiterate adults in the world access knowledge crucial to preventing disease, creating economic opportunity, and defending their political and human rights?

Cliff spent six weeks in a remote region of Ghana to understand rural poverty and sustainable development. He saw many impressive local organizations sharing valuable information for development; but he also experienced the inefficiency of delivering all this information in person.

In response to this problem, Literacy Bridge was founded to empower children and adults with tools for scalable knowledge sharing and literacy learning. The Talking Book Project is Literacy Bridge’s major program, developing new and affordable digital audio technology to provide vital, locally generated information and literacy training to people with limited access to either. Imagine a $5 iPod used to play locally generated podcasts, plus a decentralized, digital content distribution system that reaches villages without electricity but also enables global content sharing. Aside from the innovative use of technology, partnerships with local businesses, civic organizations, and government agencies play a pivotal role in the Talking Book Project.

During this talk, Cliff will share his observations from Ghana and discuss Literacy Bridge’s Talking Book Project.

Speaker: Cliff Schmidt
Executive Director of Literacy Bridge

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