Monthly Archives: January 2015

OSX Yosemite and iOS8 Keynote: an interactive classroom duo

When Apple decided to rewrite the iWorks’ suite over 18 months ago, many were disappointed by missing features. Zoom to Yosemite and iOS8 versions, and I must say that not only do Keynote, Numbers and Pages are now greats apps, but there actually work extremely well both on the desktop and on the iPad (I do not really use these apps on the iPhone).

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Timeline of Emerging Science & Technology from Top Trends

Here is a great visual from Top Trends, trying to predict development over the next 15+ years

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Smartphones: when bigger is too big!

In general, the only people who still think they want a 4-inch iPhone are those who do not yet own a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.

 

When the iPhone launch in 2007, its 3.5 inches screen was considered large. Things changed quite a lot since then. Have you ever since someone having a conversation with a large phablet to its head? Ridiculous is a overstatement!

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I am Charlie / Je suis Charlie

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2015: The International Year of Light

This velocity is so nearly that of light, that it seems we have strong reason to conclude that light itself (including radiant heat, and other radiations if any) is an electromagnetic disturbance in the form of waves propagated through the electromagnetic field according to electromagnetic laws.

James Clerck Maxwell, A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field (1864), §20

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