Overview of AR instruction site

Education | 2011.04.23 22:46 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These are overviews of AR instruction site, my final project of instructional design class.

1. Concept map of the marketing problems in Busitco

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2. Concept map of AR instruction siteLayout_of_AR_site.png

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5 best job search sites

Education | 2011.04.18 09:46 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These are 5 best job search sites in USA, including Indeed, Craigslist, Dice, Monster, and LinkedIn.

1. Indeed

Indeed gets over a billion new job searches every month, and many people refer to it as the Google of job searching. The site allows you to post your resume, search jobs in your area, apply to thousands of opportunities from multiple job listing sites, newspapers, corporate websites, and job boards.

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It has one of the largest job listing databases on the web, and does a great job of filtering out duplicates and removing spam.

2. Craigslist

Craigslist isn't just good for finding an apartment or selling your old gear. According to a number of you, Craigslist is also great for making real personal connections with people who are hiring for positions in your area.

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Your mileage may vary based on locale, but it's more likely that when you respond to the job listing you'll actually strike up a conversation with the hiring manager instead of a recruiting firm. If you do apply for a job on the site, you might want to follow these tips for applying for a job on Craigslist.

3. Dice

Dice is one of the most popular job search sites for technology careers on the Web. If you're looking for a job in tech, entry or senior level, initiate or experienced, Dice is one site that should be part of your job search.

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The site has thousands of tech jobs listed from some of the country's biggest companies like Hewlett Packard, Google, and Microsoft. If you're not looking for a career in technology however, there's likely not much at Dice for you.

4. Monster

Monster is a job site that often elicits about equal parts love and hate. Many of you expressed love for Monster's massive database, but hate for the sheer amount of spam posted and how difficult it is to actually get your resume in front of someone instead of casting your net wide and applying to everything available.

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The site features millions of job postings, hosts the resumes of millions more, and has mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.

5. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a social network designed to help professionals build a network of coworkers and associates. Recently, LinkedIn has added features like status updates and corporate profiles. While it does have job listings, its focus isn't on using them to get hired.

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Instead, potential employees are encouraged to connect with the company, leverage their own professional connections, and connect with other people in their field or at the company they want to work before sending in an application.

Source: lifehacker.com

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5 best video sharing sites

Creativity | 2011.04.17 23:04 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These are the 5 best video sharing sites. blip.tv, YouTube, Vimeo, Viddler, Dailymotion.

1. YouTube

YouTube has reached a level of ubiquity in the video-sharing market that for millions of internet users, YouTube is not only how they were introduced to video sharing—it's also the only video sharing site they're even aware of. Videos uploaded to YouTube have to be smaller than 2GB, and they must be 10 minutes or shorter in length if you're using a basic account.

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YouTube places no restriction on the number of videos you can upload as long as they follow the 2GB/10min rule. You can't edit your videos once you've uploaded them to YouTube, but you can annotate them with additional information and links. YouTube lets you embed and customize the player, again, for free.

2. Blip.tv

Blip.tv is a video-sharing service aimed at people producing web shows. The site isn't designed for or marketed to people uploading single videos or viral-video content. The site is strongly oriented towards users producing continuous videos and includes revenue sharing to help independent producers make money—50% of the ad revenue from your content is shared with you.

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Both the basic and the professional account are limited to file sizes of 1GB, but one of the benefits of the professional account is that you get priority conversion and additional conversion time per episode, which allows you to use higher quality video. The professional service is really only necessary if you're consistently uploading large amounts of long videos and want priority conversion, so the free service should cover the needs of nearly everyone besides people producing full out web-based television series.

3. Vimeo

Vimeo is a video sharing service with a heavy emphasis on community and creativity. You can't host commercial content on Vimeo; instead, all uploaded content must be original and non-commercial. Vimeo accounts come in two flavors. The basic account is free and includes 500MB per week of uploaded video, including one HD video per week. You get three albums, one group, and one channel with basic accounts.

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Basic accounts also let you embed and share your work as well as set basic privacy restrictions. Upgrading to the Plus account kicks your upload cap to 5GB, removes the restriction on HD movies, lets you embed HD movies, and gives you unlimited album, group, and channel creation. A Plus account also expands your privacy control and allows you to customize the embedded player.

4. Viddler

If you're put off by the length restrictions of some video-sharing sites, Viddler has no limit on length. As long as your file is 500MB or less in size, you can make it as long as you like. (500MB holds a lot of web-cam quality video.)

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In addition to the 500MB limit, you're restricted to 2GB of storage and bandwidth per month. If you sign up for a partnership account, instead of a personal account, your videos are overlaid with advertisements but the storage and bandwidth restrictions are removed. Both the personal and the partnership accounts are free.

5. Dailymotion

Dailymotion offers two different accounts for content sharers. The basic account allows you to upload videos up to 1GB in size. If you're sharing original content, you can sign up for a Motionmaker account.

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Motionmaker accounts are intended for the distribution of Creative Commons videos and allow you to upload HD content. Original content by Motionmakers is more aggressively promoted on the front page and through search results.

 

The technical information on the various video-sharing sites is usually buried in help files and not particularly clear in most instances. If you're basing your selection on a very specific aspect of the service like whether or not you can upload .mov files without converting them or whether or not the site supports 256kb audio, we'd highly recommend checking out this extensive set of charts on Wikipedia to see if the site meets your needs.

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Why Social Networking? Part 1

Education | 2011.04.07 01:01 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

This is my documentary project about 'Why Social Networking?' These days, people are getting into social networking services, communicating, connecting with others.

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This part is the first part of the documentary and is about an introduction and definition of social networking.

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I recorded my voice for narration about the trend of social networking and statistic about SNS.

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Why social networking part1 from iglassbox on Vimeo.



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Augmentd Reality in Education and Training

Education | 2011.03.30 05:11 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

2011 SITE Conference (Society of Information Technology and Teacher Education)

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When: March 7th ~ 11th, 2011

Where: Sheraton Music City Hotel, Nashville Tennessee, US

 

My Presentation Title: Augmented Reality in Education and Training

This is the presentation material of 2011 SITE conference in Nashville Tennessee.
I had my presentation there about learning and training with augmented reality.

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I had around 13 audiences listening to my presentation about augmented reality in education and training.

After my presentation for 30 minutes, 5 audiences came to me and shared with me about what they felt about my presentation and other questions they had.

So it was a pretty good experience for me. And some of them took my business card for further contact.

 

Here is my presentation file, so that you can download it and see what is inside my presentation.

Augmented Reality in Education and Training

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Futuristic learning and training with augmented reality

Education | 2011.03.18 21:08 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

This was my proceedings paper for 2011 SITE conference.

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You can download it from here. http://www.editlib.org/fpv/36825

And these are the presentation at 2011 SITE conference in Nashville Tennessee.

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Top 10 most popular torrent sites of 2011

Creativity | 2011.03.16 22:29 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

As has become a tradition over the years, we present a list of the most visited BitTorrent sites of the new year. At the start of 2011 The Pirate Bay continues to pull in the most visitors, followed by Torrentz and isoHunt. Demonoid settles in fourth place thanks to a year without prolonged downtime, while LimeTorrents gets the honor of best newcomer.

What’s hot in the wonderful world of BitTorrent in 2011? At first glance little seems to have changed, as the top 3 is identical to that of last year. But moving down the list we see quite a few movers and shakers as well as a surprising newcomer.

Below we have compiled a list of the 10 most-visited torrent sites at the start of the new year. Only public and English language sites are included. The list is based on traffic rank reports from Compete and Alexa. In addition, we include last year’s ranking for each of the 10 sites.

Do you know a good public torrent site that’s not listed here? Feel free to plug it in a comment.

1. The Pirate Bay

The Pirate Bay is probably the best known BitTorrent brand on the Internet. The site was founded in 2003 and is still expanding, despite the immense legal witch hunt launched by the entertainment industries several years ago.

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Alexa Rank: 76 / Compete Rank: 412 / Last year #1

2. Torrentz

Torrentz has been the leading BitTorrent meta-search engine for years. A few weeks ago the site traded in its .COM domain and switched to .EU, but this didn’t affect the site’s traffic.

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Alexa Rank: 164 / Compete Rank: 927 / Last year #2

3. IsoHunt

Last year was a tough one for isoHunt, as it became the first search engine that had to implement a keyword filter provided by the MPAA. Despite this setback, isoHunt is still the third largest torrent site in terms of traffic. In 2011, isoHunt hopes to get rid of the filter through the Appeals Court.

Alexa Rank: 194 / Compete Rank: 2,154 / Last year #3

4. KickassTorrents

KickassTorrents was the fastest growing newcomer of last year, and managed to continue this upward trend throughout 2010. The site released many new features and continues to innovate, still without a single banner ad on the site.

Alexa Rank: 289 / Compete Rank: 897 / Last year #11

5. BTjunkie

BTjunkie had a pretty quiet year, which is usually good news for a site that operates in the BitTorrent niche. The only setback was the removal of the site’s front page from Google due to a DMCA complaint. As last year, BTjunkie settles in fifth place.

Alexa Rank: 299 / Compete Rank: 987 / Last year #5

6. Demonoid.me

The impossible happened. Demonoid finished 2010 with only a minimal amount of downtime, compared to weeks or months in previous years. A few weeks ago the site announced that it would move from the familiar .COM to a .ME domain in response to the news about US domain seizures.

Alexa Rank: 465 / Compete Rank: 1,647 / Last year #20

7. ExtraTorrent.com

ExtraTorrent is one of those robust torrent indexes that don’t make the news very often. In 2010 it continued to expand and the site gained two spots compared to last year.

Alexa Rank: 519 / Compete Rank: 2,208 / Last year #9

8. TorrentDownloads.net

TorrentDownloads is in the same league as ExtraTorrent, a no nonsense torrent index that provides torrents to millions of users each month.

Alexa Rank: 736 / Compete Rank: 1,119 / Last year #7

9. TorrentReactor

TorrentReactor fooled most of the tech press last year when it announced that it had bought a Russian town, one of the better PR stunts seen in 2010. On the flipside TorrentReactor seems to have lost some traffic due to a Google penalty, dropping the site to 9th place this year.

Alexa Rank: 1,088 / Compete Rank: 1,972 / Last year #6

10. LimeTorrents.com

LimeTorrents is the best newcomer of 2010 in terms of traffic, which promises a lot for the new year. The site went live half a year ago and already made it into the top 10 in this short period. It’s also a bit ironic as ‘Limewire’ got shutdown a few months ago.

Alexa Rank: 1,160 / Compete Rank: 7,127 / Last year #na

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Learning and Training in Augmented Reality

Education | 2011.03.15 00:43 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

I attended 2011 SITE conference held in Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville

Tennessee last week from March 7th to 11th.

I was one of authors presented a paper on 2011 SITE conference and did my

presentation about learning and training with augmented reality.

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It was the first conference ever in my life, so I was kind of so nervous, but I practiced

a lot and did my presentation with 13 audiences.

My presentation was not that good, but my audiences were really interested in my

topic, 'Futuristic Learning and Training with Augmented Reality'.

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After my session, 5 audiences came to me and said "It was a really good presentation"

"Your presentation was the best in this 2011 SITE conference.", "It is very informative."

"I have never known Augmented Reality before your presentation." etc.

I was so flattered after my presentation and was so happy.

Some of my audiences wanted to have my business card.

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All in all, 2011 SITE conference ended up for me with a lot of inspirations for my

further study in Educational Technology. I will prepare for the next conference with

a different topic.

 

For those who couldn't or didn't my presentation about learning and training with

augmented reality in 2011 SITE conference, I recorded my presentation with slides and

voice. So enjoy my presentation and don't blame my poor English,

Let me know what you think of my topic and presentation.

 

Futuristic learning and training with augmented reality part 1

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVwOfhjzHWQ]

 

Futuristic learning and training with augmented reality part 2

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9ogRaWIWs4]

 

Futuristic learning and training with augmented reality part 3

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4yT5zmi2YI]

 

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Colorado Tour Information Site

Life & more | 2010.12.20 00:29 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

This site is about Colorado Tour Information.

http://www.planetware.com/colorado-tourism-vacations-usco.htm

 

Colorado Tourism Infomation
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3D hologram screen of Seattle

Creativity | 2010.12.11 01:19 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

A few days ago, I had a presentation about Augmented Reality in Education.

And I today found a very interesting 3D hologram screen video from YouTube.

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On a PDP like screen, I can see the sight of Seattle in 3D. There may be a

critical point where Augmented Reality meets hologram to boost 3D visualization

in the future. Have a look at the stunning video from www.zebraimaging.com

 

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9QR3qaK_Cs]

 

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