Soon you won't have to sweat that teacher's website, in fact, not only will your site create itself, but it will probably even create the images you would like to go on it: http://petapixel.com/2015/06/22/future-a-i-will-be-able-to-generate-photos-we-need-out-of-nothing
Three easy steps to select which notifications you want to see - the settings apply everywhere.
1. Click the bell icon
2. Click the gear on the upper left
3. Select which products you would like to see notifications for
Note: if you un-check any of those boxes, you will loose those notifications, and you won't see them listed under "previously read".
Disabling notifications under the bell should not change your email notification settings.
(h/t for spotting this!)
"The implications are enormous. Publishing companies would never again need to hire photographers or license photos. Instead, a built-in algorithm would automatically generate photos based on the content of an article, even selecting the best placement and orientation using readership impact studies. E-commerce websites will be able to create thousands of product images, placing them in perfect environments and lighting without ever entering a photo studio."
I hope you'll check these out, find something useful and have a nice weekend!
"it now looks like Google made a change to their API log in protocols on May 26th.
This change has effectively killed all 3rd party blogger software including Live Writer. What happens next is anyone's guess - either Microsoft or Google is going to have to make a change.
I really don't see Google reversing course on their new API's so we'll just have to wait and see if Microsoft will update Live Writer. In the meantime there is nothing any of us who use Live Writer can really do except wait"
Live form: https://goo.gl/0wOlVT
Review project slides (including the application used in the form background): https://goo.gl/VNAvWt
Entire project with all supporting details, links and examples:
Have a great long weekend everyone!
- Penn State
- BISDTech Apps (& formerly Science) Teacher, 1997 - present
- USMCAV-8B Pilot & Flight Instructor, 1984 - 1996
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