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  • 2016 Interactive Electoral Map (Vanity Fun)

    09/21/2016 3:37:13 PM PDT · by MichelleWSC3 · 22 replies
    27020Win ^ | 9-21-16
    Playing around with the Interactive Electoral Map. If you give Trump/Hillary all the states they will "probably" win the EV count looks something like T-206 H-217. With recent polls these are the states that are up for grabs: NV, CO, IA, MI, OH, PA, VT, ME, NH, FL. If Trump holds NV IA OH FL that puts him at 265. Hillary takes CO PA MI puts her at 262. The remaining states ME (split) VT and NH. IF Trump could win NH and split ME 3:1 he wins 272 to Hillary (winning VT) 266. However, if Hillary splits ME 3:1...
  • Interactive: What Is Space? -- Imagine the fabric of space-time peeled back layer by layer.

    05/01/2015 10:20:09 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 8 replies
    Quanta Magazine ^ | 4/30/15 | Thomas Lin
    Interactive: What Is Space? Imagine the fabric of space-time peeled back layer by layer. By: Thomas Lin April 30, 2015 In 1915, Albert Einstein’s field equations of gravitation revolutionized our understanding of space, time and gravity. Better known as general relativity, Einstein’s theory defined gravity as curves in the geometry of space-time, overturning Isaac Newton’s classic theory and correctly predicting the existence of black holes and gravity’s ability to bend light. But a century later, the fundamental nature of space-time remains shrouded in mystery: Where does its structure come from? What do space-time and gravity look like in the subatomic...
  • Fox News Interactive Ebola Global Tracking Map

    10/16/2014 4:12:34 PM PDT · by lbryce · 25 replies
    Fox News ^ | October 16, 2014 | Staff
  • Mark the Calendar: Dr. Ben Carson Scheduled for "In-Depth" This Sunday.

    07/29/2013 4:53:40 PM PDT · by Intolerant in NJ · 8 replies
    C-Span2 | 29 July, 2013
    C-Span2 has announced that Dr. Ben Carson will be the scheduled guest on this month's "In-Depth" program on Sunday, August 4th. Dr. Carson is the chief surgeon in the pediatric neurosurgical section of Johns Hopkins who told Obama to his face exactly what he thought of his policies and activities at a prayer breakfast last winter. In-Depth is C-Span2's first-Sunday-of-every-month program which features authors who are interviewed about their work and life and who respond to e-mails and calls from viewers for three hours - a chance to hear more about Dr. Carson's philosophy, disagreement with many things Obama, and...
  • Magnifying the Universe: Move From Atoms to Galaxies in HD

    03/08/2013 11:24:27 AM PST · by Dysart · 22 replies
    Open Culture (via Number Sleuth) ^ | 3-8-13 | Number Sleuth
    Before you do anything else, click on the image above and then move little slider (along the bottom of the image) from left to right. Now watch the universe fly by, going from macro to micro. Pretty cool, no? Now read on: This dynamic infographic comes to us via Number Sleuth, who describes their wonderful creation as follows: This interactive infographic accurately illustrates the scale of over 100 items within the observable universe ranging from galaxies to insects, nebulae and stars to molecules and atoms. Numerous hot points along the zoom slider allow for direct access to planets, animals, the...
  • Blogger Creates Interactive Map of Employees of Paper Which Published Names and Addresses

    12/26/2012 7:06:11 PM PST · by Nachum · 13 replies
    newsbusters ^ | 12/26/12 | Tom Blumer
    In response to Gannett´s Jounal News headquartered in White Plains, New York publishing an interactive map containing the names and addresses of all pistol permit holders in Westchester and Rockland Counties (previous related posts are here and here), blogger Robert Cox at (HT Instapundit) has produced an interactive map at a post entitled "Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood?" It contains names, addresses, and various forms of Internet presence. Some of his narrative follows the jump:The map indicates the addresses of all Journal News Employees in the New York Tri-State area.
  • 10-year-old problem in theoretical computer science falls

    07/31/2012 11:57:26 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 17 replies
    MIT News Office ^ | 7/31/12 | Larry Hardesty
    Interactive proofs — mathematical games that underlie much modern cryptography — work even if players try to use quantum information to cheat.Interactive proofs, which MIT researchers helped pioneer, have emerged as one of the major research topics in theoretical computer science. In the classic interactive proof, a questioner with limited computational power tries to extract reliable information from a computationally powerful but unreliable respondent. Interactive proofs are the basis of cryptographic systems now in wide use, but for computer scientists, they’re just as important for the insight they provide into the complexity of computational problems. Twenty years ago, researchers showed...
  • ZOGBY SURVEY asking if I think Bush is to blame for the current economy.

    09/16/2009 1:54:51 PM PDT · by Jo Nuvark · 11 replies · 1,700+ views
    ZOGBY ^ | 9-16-09
    TAKE THIS SURVEY... Send someone an email invitation to join the Zogby panel. They will get an email with this link ... ... asking them to join our online panel.
  • Soon You Can Shop By Remote Control

    08/14/2006 6:29:05 AM PDT · by sellas · 1 replies · 164+ views
    The Tampa Tribune ^ | Aug 14, 2006 | By RICHARD MULLINS
    Soon, buying that must-have purse or set of kitchen knives on television shopping channel HSN could mean reaching for your TV remote control instead of the telephone. St. Petersburg based HSN today plans to announce a project with cable TV giant Cablevision that lets viewers buy HSN products directly through their TVs using interactive screens on their television sets. HSN is the first major television shopping channel to launch such a system, informally called "shop by remote," though cable TV executives expect more shopping channels will follow as digital cable networks make interactive cable TV features more commonplace.
  • Holiday Snowglobe

    12/02/2005 6:36:56 PM PST · by EveningStar · 57 replies · 2,092+ views
    Watch it closely. Every so often, give it a vigorous shake. ;)
  • Why Newspapers Are Betting on Audience Participation [Losing readers & revenue, newspapers copy FR]

    07/05/2005 8:35:21 AM PDT · by summer · 17 replies · 727+ views
    The NY Times - Business Section ^ | July 4, 2005 | KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
    ..."Get me rewrite" will in effect be a menu option, a way for unhappy readers to go online and offer their own versions of articles they do not like. Their hope is to convert the paper, through its Web site,, into a virtual town square, where citizens have a say in the news and where every reader is a reporter. This feature, part of a planned overhaul of The News & Record's Web site that is to begin next week, is a potent symbol of a transformation taking place across the country, where top-down, voice-of-God journalism is being...
  • Great Freeware

    12/05/2004 11:00:26 AM PST · by SWAMPSNIPER · 4 replies · 391+ views
    12/05/04 | swampsniper
    This is a useful program, allows You to download interactive maps, photo or topo, to use with a GPS. Useful even if You don't have one. Amazing accuracy. USAPhotoMaps 2.51 [url][/url]
  • Check out this interactive Electoral Vote map.

    09/24/2004 4:31:27 PM PDT · by Stonedog · 15 replies · 2,852+ views
    Check out this interactive Electoral vote map. You can customize it to remove polls, add Nader, remove Nader, lots of options.
  • Net catching wider segment of public views (a local mini FR in Florida)

    08/25/2003 8:04:54 AM PDT · by AAABEST · 22 replies · 340+ views
    News-Press via Florida SOUNDOFF ^ | 08-24-03 | DAVID E. PLAZAS
    Southwest Florida residents who used to air their grievances against local government on the radio airwaves have moved their forum to the Internet. Local talk radio used to be the forum of choice, but former listeners and some civic activists say Web sites provide a more democratic forum to express their frustrations and exchange ideas. Two Web sites launched this summer with the intent to provide local residents that forum with even greater anonymity than radio. launched three weeks ago. (The Web address was incorrect in a story in Saturday’s paper.) launched in June. The online forums have...