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Kids will download lessons directly into their brains within 30 years Print E-mail

June 1, 2008
by Newsdesk/ANI

 

The Matrix PosterSitting down and learning something will be a thing of the past very soon, for thirty years down the line, kids will learn by downloading information directly into their brains, predicts the head of Britain’s top private schools organisation.

While speaking to the Times Educational Supplement, Chris Parry, the new chief executive of the Independent Schools Council, made a startling forecast that “Matrix-style” technology would actually make traditional lessons outdated.

“It’s a very short route from wireless technology to actually getting the electrical connections in your brain to absorb that knowledge, The Telegraph quoted him, as telling the publication.

Already, Parry, a former Rear Admiral, has given three years to find out the future strategic context for the military in a senior role at the Ministry of Defence. And now, he is ow preparing the ISC’s 1,300 private schools, which collectively teach half a million children, for a high-tech future.

He said that in 30 years time the Keanu Reeves thriller, might not be seen as a piece of science fiction.

“Within 30 years, sitting down and learning something will be a thing of the past. I think people will be able to directly access, Matrix-style, all the vocabulary you need for a foreign language, leaving you just to clear up the grammar,” said Parry.

 
MapJack takes Thai 'Sin City' mapping images offline Print E-mail

May 31, 2008
by Newsdesk/ANI

 

Mapjack LogoWeb mapping company MapJack has removed controversial photographs of the streets at Pattaya in Thailand, some of which showed Western males mingling with bar girls in the towns red light areas.

The removal of images comes after the Wednesdays publication of a report about the companys innovative mapping product in the Sydney Morning Herald.

“On May 28, 2008, MapJack temporarily removed Pattaya imagery from its site, and is planning to edit out the controversial imagery prior to reinstating it,” theage.com.au quoted an unsourced entry on MapJacks Wikipedia page as reading.

The photographs had such a good quality that it was very easy to identify people featuring in them.

Though links to Pattaya map and the images have been removed from MapJack, they are still available on the Web site pattayaphotoguide.com

 
Now, virtual landmarks can be created using online photos Print E-mail
Washington, Nov 2 (ANI): A new computer technology has enabled people to make virtual models of actual landmarks after downloading their photographs from Internet. Usually, members of photo sharing websites snap pictures of their surroundings and then post these photos on Internet. But one group at the University of Washington has done the reverse by downloading thousands of photos from Flickr website and using them to recreate the original scenes.
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Adobe Pagemaker- Merge the records in the Publication Print E-mail
September 21, 2007

By APTECH-ARENA

Adobe Pagemaker IconAPTECH-ARENA an International Education Provider which helps you to get Bachelor in Multimedia and also Bachelor in Software Engineering with its credit transfer facility to UK, USA, Canada & Australia in its ability to provide you with its best training is extending its tutorial classes with Menu Magazine.  In this session we would like to teach you the tips and tricks in Adobe Pagemaker- Merge the records in the Publication and so you would prefer learning how to make it.  You can contact us in Mahatun Plaza for any Professional and Career Multimedia Training.  

Happy Reading & Drawing….
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Professional Coreldraw Design - Necklace with Pendant Print E-mail
August 27, 2007

By APTECH-ARENA

pendant using coraldrawAPTECH-ARENA an International Education Provider which helps you to get Bachelor in Multimedia and also Bachelor in Software Engineering with its credit transfer facility to UK, USA, Canada & Australia in its ability to provide you with its best training is extending its tutorial classes with Menu Magazine.  In this session we would like to teach you the tips and tricks in Corel Draw plus the Necklace with Pendant and so you would prefer learning how to make it.  You can contact us in Assumption University and also in All Seasons Place for any Professional and Career Multimedia Training Assumption University and Mahatun Plaza. No. is 02-651-5901.
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Win APTECH Scholarships worth THB 10,000 Print E-mail

 Thaindian has once again teamed up with APTECH to bring lot of fun, excitement and learnings this summer. You just need to log in and take this Quiz here. Participate in this little exercise for your grey cells and see where you stand. What's more, you can earn upto THB 5,000 in scholarships for various courses at APTECH. Start cracking the Quiz NOW! Click here to access the quiz. (You must be registered and logged in to access the quiz - Register here )

 

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Professional Sound Editing using Sound Forge Print E-mail
APTECH-ARENA an International Education Provider which helps you to get Bachelor in Multimedia and also Bachelor in Software Engineering with its credit transfer facility to UK, USA, Canada & Australia in its ability to provide you with its best training is extending its tutorial classes with Menu Magazine.  In this session we would like to teach you the tips and tricks in Sound Forge – Professional Audio Editing Software and so you would prefer learning how to make it.  You can contact us in Mahatun Plaza for any Professional and Career Multimedia Training and Tel. No. is 02-651-5901.
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Learn to make Valentine Heart Design in Adobe Photoshop Print E-mail
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APTECH-ARENA an International Education Provider which helps you to get Bachelor in Multimedia and also Bachelor in Software Engineering with its credit transfer facility to Australia, USA, and UK in its ability to provide you with its best training is extending its tutorial classes with Menu Magazine. In this session we would like to teach you how to make a Heart which looks like a CANDY Heart and we selected this as its Valentine time and so you would prefer learning how to make it. You can contact us in All Seasons Place for any Professional and Career Multimedia Training and All Seasons Tel. No. is 02-654-4900.

Happy Reading & Drawing….

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Adobe Premiere Print E-mail

Adobe PremierAPTECH-ARENA an International Education Provider which helps you to get Bachelor in Multimedia and also Bachelor in Software Engineering with its credit transfer facility to UK, USA, Canada & Australia in its ability to provide you with its best training is extending its tutorial classes with Menu Magazine.  In this session we would like to teach you the tips and tricks in ADOBE PREMIERE– Professional Audio Editing Software and so you would prefer learning how to make it.  You can contact us @ 02-654-4900 or click on www.aptech.co.th

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Are Deleted Files Completely Erased? Print E-mail

Are deleted files really gone?A common misconception when deleting files is that they are completely removed from the hard drive. However, users should be aware that highly sensitive data can still be retrieved from a hard drive even after the files have been deleted because the data is not really gone. A File that is deleted from the Trash can still be located in the hard drive and can be retrieved with the right software.

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