My Digest: Of Every Day Happenings Around The World

September 29, 2009 at 8:15 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment

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9 video Each frame of this 19th century film by the Lumière brothers was hand-colored to create an early color moving picture. The color-shifting effect of the dress looks quite modern. The dancing was inspired by Loie Fuller, a modern dance pioneer. Tags: dance   Loie Fuller   Lumiere brothers   video

61 video Google has been aggressively marketing Google Apps to schools, recently launching a centralized site designed to recruit universities and colleges. Now, Google is tweaking Google Docs, which is a part of Google Apps’ productivity suite, by adding a few student-friendly features. Google Docs has added an equation editor so students can actually complete math problems within a document, allowing s
TechCrunch • 6 hours ago

26 Hey, cool! MAKE subscriber Doug took up the challenge to re-make the word clock he saw here a few weeks ago, and wrote in to share his project with us. He built the front panel using an etched PCB (no laser cutter required!), and constructed a circuit board to illuminate the proper display sections using LEDs. Instructions and board layouts are available on his Instructable. Rea
MAKE Magazine • 8 hours ago

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Sources: Miami Dolphins QB Chad Pennington done …
4 QB Chad Pennington has been initially diagnosed with a torn capsule in his throwing shoulder and the Dolphins expect him to miss the rest of the season, sources familiar with the injury he suffered Sunday told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.

ESPN.com • by ESPN.com news services • 3 hours ago

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