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Introducing… the Human Rights Information Project

Some exciting news. I have a new project. The aim is to change the face of human rights. I am looking for a paid Researcher/Project Coordinator to help me build it. Interested? Click here for the job description and how to apply (PDF). As readers of this blog will know, I often complain about bad human rights journalism. But inadequate reporting is a […]

$9 Billion Is a Lot of Money: How Much Could You Buy With Illinois' Budget Deficit?

New information from the Fiscal Futures Project of the Institute for Government and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois shows that Illinois' finances are in worse shape than previously predicted. By Fiscal Year 2016, the state...Show More Summary

Information Technology Project Manager II (Transit Projects)

This position will serve as a project manager on assigned capital or operating projects within the Systems Development & Operations workgroup of Metro Transit.

How To Talk To Programmers [Infographic]

Programmers can code in multiple languages, but that doesn’t mean that trying to brief them on a project is always a straightforward task. A nifty infographic from “information designer” Anna Vitals sums up some useful principles to adopt when dealing with developers. More »      

CAT Utilizing Enhanced Technology

A year-long technology project has been completed at the Bismarck-Mandan Transit Center and customers catching the Capital Area Transit (CAT) now have more information at their fingertips than ever before.

Google Poised To Invest $1 Billion In SpaceX Internet

Technology blog The Information has reported that Google Inc. is close to investing about $1 billion in SpaceX to support the company’s efforts to deliver global Internet access via a network of satellites, a project which SpaceX founder Elon Musk hopes will lead to bigger dreams of traveling to Mars, Inquisitr reported on Sunday. Show More Summary

UFO Files Released: 701 Objects Unexplained, Are More Out There?

Around 130,000 pages of UFO files from the cryptic Project Blue Book have been released onto a new searchable website. UFO enthusiast John Greenewald, the site’s creator, filed Freedom of Information Act requests for nearly two decades to collect the documents. Show More Summary

Comics By Request: People, Projects In Need Of Funding

By Tom Spurgeon this is the only thing I've read about fundraising related to the Hebdo killings, but I'll try to get my act together for a better report next week. I'm sure that's enough information for you to crash that party if you want to. Show More Summary

Óbidos Technological Park’s floating architecture frames the Portuguese landscape

The project aims to increase the presence of green surfaces. This attitude informed the overall shape of the buildings, which creates a large piazza in the middle of a countryside. The central space references famous spaces of similar configurations, such

5 Tips for Using Pinterest for Photography Inspiration

Let me just come right out and say it – I think Pinterest is amazing. Not only is it a wealth of information when it comes to recipes and easy craft projects for my two kids, but it is also an incredible source for both photography instruction and inspiration. Show More Summary

Peat fire emissions may shed light on climate change

Researchers are beginning a study of the climatic effects of peat fire emissions. "This project is going to provide the much-needed information on peat smoke aerosol properties for integration in satellite retrieval algorithms and climate models," the lead researcher says. Show More Summary

A requiem for Google Glass

It seems like just yesterday that Google released an exciting teaser video for a new product that delivered important information by projecting images directly to your eyeballs — no more staring at your smartphone! Less than three years...Show More Summary

Google’s Project Ara update: New partners, inductive data transfer, and cutting-edge battery tech

Google released a major update for its Project Ara platform today, with additional information on the modular platform's upcoming capabilities, flexibility, and long-term market plans. The company will test the device in Puerto Rico later this year in preparation for a possible commercial launch.

Project Ara developer conference keynote starts at 11 a.m. EST today

Google will reveal more information about its plans for Project Ara - its attempt to produce a smartphone with modular hardware components - today starting at 11 a.m. EST as part of its second Module Developers Conference in Mountain View, California.

Daily 2 Cents: Project Blue Book Files Free Online -- Followed by Strange Lights -- Ugandan Spears 25 Ft. Crocodile

USAF UFO Project Blue Book Files Free Online USAF UFO Project Blue Book FilesThe files have been placed online by John Greenewald who runs a website called The Black Vault. Greenewald has been submitting Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)...Show More Summary

Paranormal Roundtable - April 18th - Alburtis, PA Area Community Center

The following information was posted at Alburtis Lockridge Historical Society presents a Paranormal Roundtable. This will be a joint effort by Ghost Hunters Inc., Keystone Bigfoot Project, Legend Hunters, Phantoms and Monsters Fortean Research and the UFO Research Center of Pennsylvania. Show More Summary

PNAS: Mark Jackson, Crowd-Funding Entrepreneur

I’ve decided to do a new round of profiles in the Project for Non-Academic Science (acronym deliberately chosen to coincide with a journal), as a way of getting a little more information out there to students studying in STEM fields who will likely end up with jobs off the “standard” academic science track. The fourteenth…

Microsoft unhappy with Google (again) for releasing a Windows 8.1 vulnerability two days before patch

Two days before Microsoft was due to release a patch for a vulnerability in Widows 8.1 Google Inc. inspired the ire of the Redmond giant by disclosing information about the bug in its Project Zero security program. The flaw, if … Continue reading ?

Microsoft open-sources its worldwide telescope project

Microsoft is open-sourcing its WorldWide Telescope software program and opening the collaborative data sets it has been assembling for the past seven years. The goal is to improve academic and research use of the information and put it in the hands of a larger number of people.

The Legend of Legacy - more details on map creation

- the game’s mapping system came from a project that SaGa designer Kyoji Koizumi worked on - features a mapping system known as “Cartegraph” - sell the maps you make for money - get more information from other adventurers for their map -...Show More Summary

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