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Google I/O 2010 - Fireside chat with the Enterprise team Fireside Chats, Enterprise Chris Vander Mey, Scott McMullan, Ryan Boyd, David Glazer, Evan Gilbert With the launch of the Google Apps Marketplace, we've introduced a new way to expose your software to businesses - and a new way to extend Google Apps. If you're interested in building apps, what we're thinking about, or if you have other questions about the Marketplace, pull up a chair. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com
Google I/O 2010 - Keynote Day 1 Video footage from Day 1 keynote at Google I/O 2010 Vic Gundotra, Engineering Vice President, Google Sundar Pichai, Vice President, Product Management, Google Charles Pritchard, Founder, MugTug Jim Lanzone, CEO, Clicker Mike Shaver, VP Engineering, Mozilla Corporation Håkon Wium Lie, CTO, Opera Software Kevin Lynch, CTO, Adobe Systems Terry McDonell, Editor, Sports Illustrated Group Lars Rasmussen, Manager, Google Wave David Glazer, Engineering Director, Google Paul Maritz, President & CEO, VMware Ben Alex, Senior Staff Engineer, SpringSource Division of VMware, Bruce Johnson, Engineering Director, Google Kevin Gibbs, Software Engineer, Google For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com
When it comes to technology, 'look and feel' matters - advanced functionality is worthless if too complex to master; sleek design is pointless if it isn't also enjoyable to use. As our devices get more complex, the way we use them needs to become more intuitive. In this session we will hear from those at the forefront of ushering in the next generation of technologies which promise to transform the way we interact with the world. Professor Andreas Dengel (Scientific Director, German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence) JP Rangaswami (Chief Scientist, BT Group) Maarten Lens-FitzGerald (Co-Founder, Layar) Kai Huang (Co-Founder, Guitar Hero) Moderated by Evan Davis (Presenter, BBC Radio 4 Today Programme) ***Please note that all the videos feature YouTube's new Captioning feature. To turn this off or on, simply click the 'cc' button in the bottom right corner of the player. As this is a brand new technology, there may be a few syncing slips - please bear with us as we work to perfect***
Googlers are lucky to have among them some great luminaries of computer science, including VP and Chief Internet Evangelist Vint Cerf. If you dont know Vint, you can start by checking out his nearly 380000 mentions on Google, the pivotal roles hes played in developing the web, the significant honors he's received all over the world, and his nickname, father of the Internet. You can learn more by attending a rare tech talk by Vint, presented by the Greyglers*: Reimagining the Internet: If wed known then what we know now, what would we have done differently? Back in the Internet's design phase, Bob Kahn and I spent six months developing concepts and architecture and a year creating the TCP specification, but we didn't know that the idea would work. We concentrated on solving the problems we envisioned, such as networks that couldn't handle each other's packet lengths. Security against direct attacks and authentication of sources weren't high on the agenda. Now that we have spam, DDOS, viruses, and worms, we look back and think about what we might have done differently had we realized that we were creating a global infrastructure for the 21st century!
Google's Transformers with Bradley Horowitz, VP Product Management, Enterprise, Mario Queiroz, VP Product Management, Android, Marissa Mayer, VP, Search Products & User Experience and Sundar Pichai, VP Product Management, Client
The Mobile Internet with Mary Meeker, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
Core Content and the Cloud with Geoffrey Moore, Best Selling Author and Managing Director, TCG Advisors
Kentucky, one of 16 state finalists in Phase 1 of Race to the Top, made a presentation on its application to peer reviewers on March 16-17, 2010.
Is the Internet stoking democratic change or is its impact hyped? Are repressive regimes conditioning people not to expect free expression on the Internet? Is online organizing little more than a game of Whac-a-Mole with one form of repression being replaced by another? What are the implications for political organizing of the recent discovery that the email accounts of dozens of Chinese human rights advocates appear to have been hacked? Join Google and Freedom House to answer this question and many more. Moderator: Pablo Chavez, Managing Policy Counsel, Google Panelists: Larry Diamond, Professor & Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Daniel Calingaert, Deputy Director of Programs, Freedom House Omid Memarian, Iranian Dissident Blogger
Google Tech Talk March 22, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Kevin Biglan, MD, MPH and Ray Dorsey, MD, MBA, University of Rochester. The cost of clinical trials is rising, recruiting participants is increasingly difficulty, and monitoring safety is increasingly important. Home and patient appropriate technologies like the Marvell Plug computer and Google products can help address all of these issues. We will discuss our efforts to monitor blood pressure remotely using these technologies in a Michael J. Fox funded Parkinson disease clinical trial. Telemedicine using simple web-based video conferencing using, for example, the Marvell Plug computer and Google's services can also address large unmet needs in clinical care. Chronic conditions account for 75% of health care expenditures and affect over 140 million Americans. However, many have limited access to physicians, especially specialists, who can improve their care. We will present results of a pilot, randomized controlled trial of increasing specialty access using telemedicine to individuals with Parkinson disease residing in a remote nursing home and remote communities. We discuss future directions, including providing care directly into people's homes ('virtual house calls'), and ways that Google's services can provide additional value. A new variation of the Marvell Plug computer in planned as an interactive television server for the virtual house calls in a upcoming study.
Google Tech Talk February 4, 2010 ABSTRACT Girl Geek Dinner #5: How to Succeed in Mobile - a Panel Discussion. The panel features heavy-hitting women developers, designers, and entrepreneurs discussing all things tech and mobile. Featured Speakers: Sarah Allen, CTO, Mightyverse Mary Ann Cotter, Founder and CEO, Smart Capsules Corinne Chan, CTO, Chictopia Christina A. Brodbeck, CEO, Pickv (formerly Design Lead, YouTube Mobile) Angana Ghosh, Product Manager for Android developer tools, Google Karyln Neel, Design Manager, eBay Moderator: Kris Corzine, Content Strategist, eBay
Life 2.0. What will interactive electronic media mean for personal identity and society over the next hundred years? The latest electronic media are at once domestic, mobile and work-related, blurring the boundaries between these spaces, and video games are at their forefront, both in terms of the time users lavish on them and their ceaseless technological innovation. A generational rift has opened that is in many ways more profound than the equivalent shifts associated with radio or television: more alienating for those unfamiliar with new technologies, more immersive for those who are. How do lawmakers regulate something that is too fluid to be fully comprehended or controlled; how do teachers persuade students of the value of an education when what they learn at play often seems more relevant to their future than anything they hear in a classroom?
A video about pilot projects in Second Life at Oregon community collleges
Google Tech Talk December 16, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Jason H. Wong. Our brains are not as reliable as we would like to think. Human factors is the science of understanding human cognition and designing systems to work within its limitations. A lot of time and effort has gone into understanding how our brains work (and when they don't). However, we continue to make fundamental design errors that not only go against cognitive science principles but common sense as well. This talk will explore some of the quirkier aspects of our cognition, from visual attention to memory and decision making. There will be copious examples of design gone wrong along with discussions of how to understand how we think and how to avoid making design mistakes in the future. Dr. Jason H. Wong is a Human Factors Scientist with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC). He received his Ph.D. in 2009 from George Mason University in Human Factors and Applied Cognition, where he conducted research on visual attention and working memory. He was awarded the Department of Defense SMART Scholarship in 2007. This paved the way for his work at NUWC, where Dr. Wong examines the human-computer interaction aspects of complex systems, develops efficient submariner training methodologies, and creates cognitive models to simulate human performance.
Spring '10 - LIBR 287 - 1/26 - Course overview & David Lee King
*STORY OVER HERE* Note: Okay//i just got a laptop for xmas!! so i decided to make a series, it's my first so it's a little rough but it will get better so here it goes,,: Demi-*wakes up witha slight yawn, walks downstairs to find her dad drinking coffee.* DD (Demi's Dad)-Morning sweetheart. Demi-*kisses her dad on the cheek and yealls up the stairs for the maid* Maya (the miad)- *rushing down the steps* Yes Ms. Lovato- Demi- Can you get me some eggs over easy, wheat toast, bacon, and a mocholota chill? Maya-Right away. *goes to get Demi's food and mocholota chill* Demi- I'm gonna go get dressed daddy while Maya gets my food. DD-Okay sweetie. *continues eating his breakfast.* Demi-*trudges upstairs and turns on her computer to find a video chat request from her best friend Miley, she clicks accept* Miley-*on screen* Hey girl. Demi-*speaking into webcam* Hey, so whats our outfits for school today? Miley-Goes onto her virtual closet and picks a matching color scheme outfit for them to wear and tells Demi* Demi-Great well uh--*gets cut off* Maya- *yelling upstairs* Ms. Lovato breakfast time! Demi-*to miley* Well, g2g ill see in a half hour. Miley-Bye. *Both girls click off their screens* Demi-*walks downstairs into the dining room so she can eat her breakfast* DD-Okay Demms, I have a big client meeting, Mi & her dad are going to pick you up for school. Love you. *blows Demi a kiss* Demi-Peacee. *After Breakfast* Demi-*goes upstairs and gets dressed, does makeup, and scrunches ...
Moderated by Lisa Guernsey, Director, Early Education Initiative, New America Foundation Nichole Pinkard, Program Founder, Director of Innovation, Urban Education Institute, University of Chicago Benjamin Bederson, Associate Professor Computer Science, Institute of Advanced Computer Studies and iSchool, University of Maryland and Allison Druin, Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab and Associate Professor, University of Marylands College of Information Studies Karen Cator, Director, Education Leadership and Advocacy, Apple Marissa Mayer, Vice President, Search Products & User Experience, and Daniel Russell, Research Scientist, Google
Google Tech Talk October 22, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Doron Reuveni, CEO & Co-Founder of uTest, at the 4th Annual Google Test Automation Conference, October 21st, 22nd, 2009, Zurich, CH In the highly competitive world of mobile applications, getting high-quality apps to market quickly can make or break the success of a product. With new applications for Android, iPhone and Blackberry battling for media attention and consumer dollars, the pressure to get apps built, tested and launched has never been greater. But the testing methods that have worked for web and desktop app companies (in-house QA, offshore testing firms, emulators/simulators, beta testers, etc.) dont meet the QA needs of mobile apps. The testing matrices in the mobile app world have become far too complex. Companies must test their apps across handset makers, handset models, wireless carriers, OS and browsers. And beyond that, they MUST account for location-based testing a task that has proven difficult and prohibitively expensive for even the most mature and sophisticated teams. This unmet challenge calls for a new approach. Crowdsourcing is uniquely suited to meet this challenge. By tapping into the diverse crowd of testers who operate outside the lab environment, companies can build a virtual testing team who meets their coverage requirements. This session will examine the growing trend of crowd sourced testing for mobile applications, as well as addressing the benefits & challenges of this model ...
esotericteaching.org Complete transcription j.mp This is our first Evening Darshan after moving to India. We are going to concentrate on Śrī Rūpa Gosvāmī's masterpiece of pure devotional service, Bhakti-rasāmṛta-sindhu, or "The Ocean of the Nectar of Immortality of Pure Bhakti-rasa." This most profound Vedic work is an ontological analysis of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, in which Vyāsadeva the author of the Vedas reveals the glories of pure devotional service. But we are certain to misunderstand Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam without an adequate transcendental ontology, and Bhakti-rasāmṛta-sindhu supplies this necessary background knowledge of the categories and nomenclature of pure devotional service. Questions: Should we read Nectar of Devotion before Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam then? I have been reading SB in the morning but would you recommend I concentrate on reading Nectar of Devotion and carefully following along with your darshans on Bhakti-rasamrta sindhu before proceeding with SB? What do you mean by Sarasvati being at the Ganges and Yamuna in virtual form? What are preliminary studies and preparations one must have before begin to approach Bhakti Rasa Mrita Sindhu?
Topic: The rapidly changing environment for business and media because of changes brought on by digital media. Will Twitter abide? Whats the future of social networking? Whats the future of news? Hosted by the Sorrento Hotel and 94.9 KUOW Radio. KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio is a service of the University of Washington. This event took place on 8/17/09 in Seattle, WA, USA. More: In its heyday, the Fireside Room at the Sorrento Hotel served as a civic hub, where thought leaders convened to exchange ideas about the arts, culture and politics, and the community gathered for music performances and poetry readings. As part of ongoing programming to celebrate its centennial, the Sorrento, Seattles oldest boutique hotel, is collaborating with Ross Reynolds, host of KUOWs The Conversation, to hold a series of monthly Fireside Chats. The public is welcome to attend the free chats, which will be taped and then excerpted for broadcast on KUOW the next day. The first Fireside welcomes Hanson Hosein, Director of the Master of Communication in Digital Media at the University of Washington in Seattle, independent filmmaker, a former NBC News war correspondent and investigative producer, and Emmy Award winner.
Mike Hash from the Office of Health Reform hosts a stakeholder discussion with physicians about the importance of prevention and wellness in health care reform. The physicians answer questions submitted through Facebook and WhiteHouse.gov. June 18, 2009. (Public Domain)
Director of the White House Office on Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle hosts a stakeholder discussion on primary care and health care reform. The stakeholders answer questions from Facebook and WhiteHouse.gov. July 2, 2009. (Public Domain)
App Engine的服务构架提供通过虚拟化达到实时的自动规模缩放的功能。在这堂讲座里，我们探讨一个从前端到appserver服务器的使用单一的App Engine的要求的程序执行的路径，讲解App Engine的如何利用微小的程序资源占用，让成千上万的应用程序共享一个应用服务器。
So how will this influence the future? So what if all of this stuff exists? How will it change life? It can change life in ways we cant even imagine yet. People say, Well, we cant even imagine, and you think its just a phrase or something. But its true—how could you know what hearing even was if you never had ears before? With new innovations, their application and use to daily life will grow exponentially. Take for examples, the video phone, the webcam, and the digital camera. All are relatively new technologies, and can have virtuality applied to them. Video Phone: In todays world we can video-chat, take videos, and watch videos from others. Ten years from now, we will be able to enter a virtual room and have a face-to-face chat with someone, right from our phone! We will be able to take videos that will put the watcher in your place, as if they were there. And not only will we be able to watch past videos, we will be able to stream live video that allows the viewer to be inside the virtuality. Webcam: In this day and age, a webcam allows for real-time video chatting and recording. Ten years from now, you can virtually chat and be in the same virtual room as the other people youre talking to. You can see them, walk around them, interact with them, and all in real time. This goes without saying; you could prerecord a virtual session to be viewed later. Purely random examples could include a sentimental last will and testament for the dying so that the absent family ...
On Friday, April 17, 2009, Vint Cerf gave a talk entitled "Tracking the Internet in the 21st Century" at the University of Maryland as part of the Booz Allen Hamilton Distinguished Colloquium in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
dcbsdcon 2009 dr. marshall kirk mckusick a narrative history of bsd Learn the history of the BSD (Berkeley Software Distributions) from one of its key developers, who brings the history to life, complete with anecdotes and footnotes to the historical narrative. The BSD community began at the UC Berkeley in the late 1970s. You'll hear about the triumphs and defeats of the project and its releases during its heyday in the 1980s. The Berkeley era concludes with the tumultuous lawsuit, ultimately settled in Berkeley's favor, which allowed the final release in 1992 of 4.4BSD-Lite, an open-source version of BSD. Source: Jason Dixon
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WiZiQ's Free Virtual Classroom at www.wiziq.com offers state-of-the-art free Web conferencing and Web2.0 education features for meeting, teaching and learning online. The Virtual Classroom facilitates real-time online collaboration and interaction using whiteboard, video and audio chat, and document sharing including PDF, and Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel. Teachers and students have provided feedback that the free Virtual Classroom on WiZiQ works better in online education than expensive commercial options like Adobe Connect, Webex, Elluminate, Marratech, etc., and WiZiQ is very focused on further developing the Web-based tool with exceptionally easy-to-use & intuitive controls, and perfect usability options for education users.
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What turns women on? Do they like watching adult movies or reading erotic stories? Find out what really gets a woman going with Dr. Joy. For more information on love and health, or to read a full transcript of this video, visit www.loveandhealth.info