1. Masterclass High Tech High


    from David Pijpaert Added 250 0 0

    Een Masterclass van Roelof Koopmans, Hartger Meihuizen en David Pijpaert, ondersteund door Bart Hoekstra en Harm Jan Beekhuis (Jonge ICT Coaches van Stad & Esch) over High Tech High San Diego. Donderdag 18 november stonden drie docenten in de schouwburg van Meppel. Het was een presentatie met veel afwisseling door middel van film, foto's muziek en woorden. Er werd gesproken over het onderwijs wat ze op High Tech High San Diego geven.

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    • Float Documentary Trailer


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      A journey into the competitive world of free flight duration aeronautics. www.floatdocumentary.com © 2011-2015 Float Pictures. All Rights Reserved. Producer/Assistant Director: Ben Saks Director/Editor/Cinematographer: Phil Kibbe Additional Photography: Dalibor Tonkovic, Ben Saks, John Meese Music Credits: Song: "People" by Animal Collective Filmed with: Canon 5D, Canon 7D Zeiss lenses Canon lenses Lensbaby system Enjoy!

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      • Interview with @TheZomm Live from #CES 2011


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        Tulsa's own Zomm is the first ever smartphone leash. Cheryl Lawson Interviews Ashlie Pile from Zomm Learn more at Zomm.com Cheryl Lawson is the owner of Party Aficionado and is the organizer of Social Media Tulsa

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        • TP-Link USB Cradle (UC100) Review


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          http://www.refreshcartridges.co.uk Facebook - http://on.fb.me/hreVQQ Twitter - http://bit.ly/gtJNlw Today we are going to be looking at the TP-Link USB Cradle (UC100). This device is designed to simply extend the range of a single USB port on your computer upto 1.5mtr. The design of this product is typical of TP-Links stuff and is very elegant and minimalist , as is the installation. No drivers or technical knowledge is required at all, simply plug it in any USB port and your ready to go straight away. The product itself should be compatible with any system that uses USB as it is effectively a USB extension cable. The key difference being the female end stands upright and has a couple of extra features. All of the USB devices I tried fit nicely and I can't think of any that wouldn't and the female end protrudes nicely from the base meaning it shouldn't conflict with anything near by or the base itself. It is however a different story for the cap holder as this fits completely flush with the base and if the cap of your USB device is recessed at all it means it will not reach the cap holder . This would have been ever so easy to solve if the cap holder had been made a little longer to compensate for such caps. I think this is a shame as this would have been a useful feature. The bottom of the USB cable has a felt like surface which means it can slide around on your desk. This is handy if you are frequently changing devices, but means you have to hold the cradle down to the desk whenever you need to remove something. I know suction cups are not for everyone, but it would have been nice if an optional removable one was included. In conclusion this is a nice functional device that moves an existing USB port literally to your finger tips. Whilst it doesn't have any extra features like additional USB ports and it does have a couple of minor design flaws, if you have need of such a accessory it is certainly recommendable.

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          • Ruby User Group Meetup 6th January 2011.


            from Thilo Utke Added 108 0 0

            Talks in order of Appearance * Tim Lawrenz - Travel IQ, what we do and how we work * Florian Hanke - Picky, the little ruby search engine * Kasper Schiess - Parslet, A Ruby Parser Toolkit * Niko Dittmann - Web Radio Streaming with Ruby and Eventmachine

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            • 10 Best Green Gadgets


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              http://www.techwench.com/10-best-green-gadgets/ Progress is not yet well-enlightened. Going green matters even the politically hip is aware of it. Gadgets continue to flood the market at an astronomical rate, each one more needed by humans than the last. But being politically right does not have to clash with being high tech savvy. A rundown on 2010′s top ten green gadgets are now here.

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              • Vivitek Pico Qumi WXGA DLP Pico Projector


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                The new LED DLP Qumi Q1 Pico Projector on display at CES 2011. Brought to you by About.com's Robert Silva. For more, visit www.AVRant.com

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                • Vivitek Wireless 1080p and 3D Streaming Device


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                  Vivitek wireless 1080p 3D streaming device brought to you by About.com's Robert Silva at CES 2011. So new, it doesn't have a proper name. Check it out. See and hear more at www.AVRant.com.

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                  • En vivo desde CES esta mañana en Despierta América


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                    Ariel Coro, experto en tecnología para los latinos nos presentó par Despierta América las últimas tendencias y gadgets interesantes desdel el Consumer Electronics Show en Las Vegas

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                    • AV Rant #214


                      from Tom Andry Added 136 0 0

                      This is video from CES 2011 about Vivitek's new 3D projectors. Thanks to Robert Silva from About.com for this video. For more CES coverage and talk on all things home theater, visit www.avrant.com.

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