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Electric car batteries are not without their own problems, but the industry is changing enough to be noted by economists.

Electric vehicles are starting to take off, with global sales of 288,500 units last year, according to BNEF research. While that's just 0.5 percent of all car sales, it's more than five times the number in 2011, and manufacturers are preparing for more. Because ...

Electric Car Battery Costs Are Falling as Fast as Solar Panel Costs


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Iron.io - Tech support done right. Last week I woke up to find an email from Iron.io telling me that I was running low on my available IronMQ quota. Somehow I had made around 800000 API requests in a week by running my OwlCrawler project.
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The visual artist and designer based in Germany, Yang Liu, has created a series of illustrations, which explain the differences between Eastern and Western culture. Based on her own experience, she tries, through minimalist visualizations, to transmit, in the simplest of ways, her feelings against the gap, which exists between these two cultures.
The artist and visual designer Yang Liu was born in China and lives in Germany since she was 14. By growing up in two very different places with very different
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When a very young child looks at a picture, she can identify simple elements: "cat," "book," "chair." Now, computers are getting smart enough to do that too. What's next? In a thrilling talk, computer vision expert Fei-Fei Li describes the state of the art — including the database of 15 million photos her team built to "teach" a computer to understand pictures — and the key insights yet to come.
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Read — and listen to — the incredible story of how curiosity saved grad student Steven Keating’s life.

#cancer   #inspiration   #collegestudents   #healthcare   #opendata   #MIT  
Graduate student Steven Keating takes a problem-solving approach to his brain cancer.
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The Two Day Manifesto : Give back to the open source projects you rely on
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10 PERFORMANCE MYTHS YOU SHOULDN'T TRUST.
Thomas Lohner
CTO SysEleven GmbH
PHP Meeting Kaunas 2015-04-08

http://thomaslohner.github.io/slides/Performance-Myths/#/
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So einfach erklärt, dass es wirklich jeder verstehen müsste, selbst ein MerkelwählerIn. 
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Das trifft das Gejammere recht genau. Nur bornierte Vollidioten verlangen heutzutage noch irgendwas handschriftliches.
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> Schüler schreiben immer schlechter mit der Hand. Außerdem können nur noch wenige nen Kutschen-Wagen fahren oder mit 2 Steinen Feuer machen.

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Just as we write words to map and make sense of ideas, we code to organize and present data in meaningful ways. We write to tell our stories through essays and articles; so, too, do websites and apps offer their own narratives about the world. Like writing, coding can help channel our creativity and solve problems.
No matter what you do, it's going to be helpful to learn to code. So we should probably start teaching it in school.
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