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Early Roman Catholic Church Song Generator

Gregorian Chant first came to exist in the 9th and 10th centuries in Western and Central Europe, and were named after the Pope St....

BAD NEWS: Play the game!

In Bad News, you take on the role of fake news-monger. Drop all pretense of ethics and choose a path that builds your persona as...

Fungal Control of the Asian Longhorned Beetle

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The Hajek Lab group at Cornell University has been researching methods for biological control of Asian longhorned beetles using entomopathogenic fungi. This video describes...

The return of the Nabaztag: install the TagTagTag kit

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A new board (a Raspberry Hat) to control the hardware was designed and Paul Guyot (Violet's CTO, now CEO of Semiocast) re-wrote part of...

TELL NO ONE (2019): This is truth about the Catholic Church...

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The independent documentary movie by Tomasz and Marek Sekielski brothers. This is truth about the Catholic Church in Poland. The 121 minute long film is...

Cory Doctorow interview Rebecca Giblin to discuss the rapidly changing book...

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Author, activist and journalist Cory Doctorow sits down with ARC Future Fellow Rebecca Giblin from Monash Law to discuss the rapidly changing book industry. Author...

Herbert A. Simon about History of AI at CMU from...

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Herbert Alexander Simon (June 15, 1916 – February 9, 2001) was an American economist and political scientist whose primary interest was decision-making within organizations and...

Italians the world over

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Regia di Ugo Fasano, 1963. Reportage sul lavoro degli italiani in Europa (Francia, Belgio, Paesi Bassi e Germania), in Africa (Nigeria, Egitto, Etiopia), in...

Roald Dahl interview and short film

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Here is a classic interview with Roald Dahl, perhaps the finest writer for children of all time. Within the short film he discusses his...

Gods and Robots

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Myths, Machines, and Ancient Dreams of Technology, Adrienne Mayor   The fascinating untold story of how the ancients imagined robots and other forms of artificial life—and...

Everything Change, Volume II

An Anthology of Climate Fiction, Volume II Edited by Angie Dell and Joey Eschrich Center for Science and the Imagination, Arizona State University Tempe, AZ The volume features...

28 January – Data Protection Day

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On the occasion of Data Protection Day on 28 January, the Committee of the Council of Europe's data protection treaty “Convention 108” has published Guidelines...

A Grand Re-opening of the Public Domain

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Co-hosted by the Internet Archive and Creative Commons, this celebration features keynote addresses by Lawrence Lessig and Cory Doctorow, lightning talks, and more to...

The Ostrich politic – Animation Short Film

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Ostriches carry on their daily activities burying their heads, believing It’s an Instinctive behavior. However, one day a research by phylogeneticist Dr. Kays proves...

DISNOVATION.ORG

Disobedient Innovation Through the hacking of surveillance techniques, machine learning, and big-data analytics, DISNOVATION.ORG’s trilogy of internet bots is uncovering and repurposing some of the...

Monroeville Music Center: Hairy Fairy Hotaruna (432Hz)

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from : "Musique Concrète for Beginners" (2010) Tuned in 432Hz, the natural earth/heart frequency. Monroeville Music Center

Andy Warhol paints Debbie Harry on an Amiga (1985)

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Andy Warhol Digitally Paints Debbie Harry with the Amiga 1000 Computer

First teaser trailer of the documentary film ‘Heart of Neon’

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Teaser Trailer 2019(Vimeo) TEASER TRAILER 2019 Uploader: Heart of_Neon Uploaded: Friday, January 11, 2019 at 2:28 PM EST via Parallel Uploader Tags: #Jeff Minter, #videogames, #Tempest, ##heartonneon, ##heartofneon Jeff...

Environment or eco-sustainability?

When we talk about environment or eco-sustainability, we often end up trying to identify those responsible for the damage caused. A few days ago, the...

Charney Report

UCLA’s 1948 Mechanical Computer

  Original theatrical release date: August 6, 1948 Video shows UCLA's Differential Analyzer, a mechanical computer, in 1948. "In December of 1977, the last working model...
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