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September 14 2012

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Actionbound ist ein Generator für Smartphone-Schnitzeljagden, Stadt-Rallyes, etc. Einfach und ohne Programmierkenntnisse die eigene Route ausdenken, zusammenklicken, Fotos, Videos, Links rein und veröffentlichen. So kann man z. B. für oder mit einer Jugendgruppe selbst Apps basteln. Super!

September 11 2012

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Herr Spitzer: Digitale Impotenz ist behandelbar.

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September 10 2012

September 05 2012

Verdummungs- oder Lernmaschinen

Was machen die digitalen Medien mit unseren Kindern?

Sendung vom Freitag, 3.8. | 17.05 Uhr | SWR2

Es diskutieren: 
Prof. Dr. Stefan Aufenanger, Medienpädagoge, Universität Mainz 
Prof. Dr. Manfred Spitzer, Hirnforscher, Universität Ulm 
Gesprächsleitung: Ralf Caspary

August 12 2012

August 04 2012

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July 30 2012

Assads Tanks roll through the streets to the Mother of all Battles
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May 11 2012

March 18 2012

Newstweek is a device for manipulating news read by other people on wireless hotspots. Built into a small and innocuous wall plug, the Newstweek device appears part of the local infrastructure, allowing writers to remotely edit news read on wireless devices without the awareness of their users.

March 16 2012

Medienkompetenz: Als Internetlehrer an einer Grundschule | Digital | ZEIT ONLINE

Schon Zweitklässler treiben sich bei Skype und Jappy herum, doch das Internet ist noch immer kein Unterrichtsstoff. Dafür brauchen Lehrer Nachhilfe.
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March 15 2012

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LIFE magazine’s Gjon Mili, a technical prodigy and lighting innovator, visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France in 1949. The meeting of these two marvelous minds and sensibilities was bound to result in something extraordinary. Mili showed the artist some of his photographs of ice skaters with tiny lights affixed to their skates, jumping in the dark — and Picasso’s lively mind began to race.

“Picasso gave Mili 15 minutes to try one experiment,” LIFE wrote in its January 30, 1950, issue in which the images shown here first appeared. He was so fascinated by the results that he posed for five sessions.”

This series of photographs, known ever since as Picasso’s “light drawings,” were made with a small electric light in a darkened room; in effect, the images vanished as soon as they were created — and yet they still live, six decades later, in Mili’s playful, hypnotic images. Many of them were also put on display in early 1950 in a show at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

Finally, while the “Picasso draws a centaur in the air” photo that leads off this gallery is rightly celebrated, many of the images in this gallery are far less well-known — but no less thrilling.

via Pablo Picasso 'Draws With Light,' France, 1949 - LIFE

March 12 2012

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