1. WEBINAR: How to Use HealthyCity.org to Upload and Map Your Own Data


    from Healthy City Added 16 0 0

    Do you collect data about your community? Are you using the best tools to target your services, outreach or organizing efforts? Using www.HealthyCity.org to upload and map the data you gather can help maximize your organization’s efforts. This webinar is for individuals looking to better understand the usefulness of data for planning, advocacy and action. We will discuss the importance of data-driven decision-making, how to layer your data alongside other information available on HealthyCity.org, as well as examples of how user-uploaded data has been utilized for research and advocacy. IIn this webinar you will learn: - How to upload point or thematic data on HealthyCity.org, including how to set up your spreadsheet, input information, and how to transform your survey data into informative maps and charts. - How other HealthyCity.org users have had success in uploading and assessing their data for community research and advocacy, program planning, grant writing, and more. - The best ways to take the maps you’ve made on HealthyCity.org and share them in reports or social media. - About accessing our Help Center, which has a User Guide, video tutorials, and recorded webinars that can help you over any technical hurdles.

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    • Russell Blackford – "Survival Beyond the Flesh" - Singularity Summit Australia 2010


      from Adam A. Ford Added 50 1 0

      http://2010.singularitysummit.com.au Mind uploading would involve the use of an artificial substrate – some kind of advanced computational system – to emulate the activities of a biological brain. Proponents of uploading typically imagine this as a way to achieve survival beyond the flesh (and perhaps other advantages, such as greatly enhanced speed of thought and/or the opportunity to extend cognitive capacities in multiple ways). The main advantages proposed for mind uploading presuppose that the same individual somehow “occupies”, or is instantiated by, both the biological brain (or the entire biological organism) and the computational system. But this is problematic. The problem can be thought of in terms of personal identity: if I have been uploaded onto an artificial computational system, is the resulting intelligence really “me” or is it in some sense a mere duplicate? Even if the cybernetic intelligence is not strictly “me”, is there at least some sense in which I can be said to have survived the experience, though my biological brain may have been destroyed? We will explore whether uploading would really represent survival beyond the flesh, and whether this might depend in some way on the details and circumstances. What is needed for cybernetic survival?

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      • Cosmism: A Practical Philosophy for the Posthuman Age


        from Ben Goertzel Added 290 4 1

        On September 12 2010 I gave a talk in the Teleplace virtual world, on Cosmist philosophy and its implications for future technology, Singularity and the like. The Teleplace talk is online here: http://telexlr8.wordpress.com/2010/09/12/ben-goertzel-on-the-cosmist-manifesto-in-teleplace-september-12/ The morning before the talk, I practiced the talk all by myself [with no one but my parrot for an audience] and recorded my practice session on video. So, this video here is my first ever attempt to give a talk on Cosmism ;) ... a historic occasion, haha ;D ;p .... The Teleplace talk was a lot faster-paced and more exciting [having a real audience, even if only a virtual real audience, always energizes me]; and there were interesting questions and discussions at the end, focused mainly on the ethics of advanced AGI and how to prevent a bad Singularity. But this practice version (while maybe a bit too slow-paced) goes into more detail on certain points. Also bird-lovers may enjoy watching Abaca [parrot] walk around in the background ;-)

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        • Uploading resources to the JeromeDL digital library


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          This video presents how to upload, annotate and publish new resources in the JeromeDL digital library system. (DISCLAIMER: this video is not an advertising of the JeromeDL system; it has been published to comply with requirements imposed on the camera ready of my PhD by one of the reviewers)

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          • contacting&upload issues


            from robert falls Added 7 0 0

            a short video on trying get answers for you tube's uploading diss.

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            • how to upload shell and deface website in Urdu (PMH)


              from KaShi HaXor Added 475 0 0

              Team: Pakistani Muslim Hacker Official page: facebook.com/OfficialPakistaniMuslimHacker Official Grop: facebook.com/groups/TeamPMH/

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              • Hoe upload ik mijn bestanden met Dreamweaver


                from Ricardo Creemers Added 759 1 0

                Een uitleg hoe je bestanden van je site upload met de ftp functie van Dreamweaver.

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                • StickyB Guide - Uploading your Art


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                  A little tutorial on how to create skins and upload them on Stickstickbangbang.com

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                  • Getting Started with ClipBucket


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                    This video, brought to you by Arvixe Web Hosting, you will learn the required steps to upload a video using ClipBucket. Towards the end of the presentation, you will learn how to file the uploaded video under relevant category.

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                    • Podcast Editing Pt 15 - Publishing the Podcast on Libsyn.com


                      from Jim Coyle Added 53 0 0

                      This is the final segment of the podcast editing demo. The completed podcast MP3 file is uploaded to the hosting site and descriptive information added. The Libsyn.com service automatically creates the files used by subscribers to download new episodes of the podcast to their computers and MP3 players.

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