Microsoft helps launch interactive Everest site mapping climate change and 60 years of climbs
Microsoft helps launch interactive Everest site mapping climate change and 60 years of climbs
                               

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Microsoft and GlacierWorks team up to bring Everest to your screen

www.engadget.com
GlacierWorks, founded by renowned mountaineer David Breashears, has joined forces with Internet Explorer to put the world's highest peak at your fingertips with Everest: Rivers of Ice. The exploration platform works in any browser, but it's specifically optimized for IE 10's touch-based technology. In addition to bringing the Himalayas...
Microsoft and GlacierWorks team up to bring Everest to your screen

Former EPA Chief Lisa Jackson to Join Apple

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Lisa Jackson, former head of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, is joining Apple. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the new hire in conversation with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the D: All Things Digital conference on Tuesday. Jackson will be “coordinating a lot of [environmental practices] activity across...
Former EPA Chief Lisa Jackson to Join Apple

How to ... use maps to raise awareness

www.guardian.co.uk
How can maps be used to present a compelling and effective visualisation of an issue? Here are six practical tips, which use the Girls Discovered project as an exampleWith so many issues competing for the public eye, raising public awareness is a constant challenge. Hard data is often the most...
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Instructions on how to transform a comment troll into a human being

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If you write anything on the internet — or for that matter, read anything on the internet — you’ve undoubtedly experienced comment trolls, flame-wars and plenty of other bad behavior. Some blogs and news sites have tried either handing over their comments to Facebook or not having comments altogether as...
Instructions on how to transform a comment troll into a human being

Quack Professor Releases Dumbest Violent Video Game Theory Ever

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If you have sensed an increase in the levels of air-borne stupidity in the world lately, as have I, you might be looking for the root cause of this collective mental climate change. I think I've found it. I believe it's caused by emissions of stupid generated by the debate...
Quack Professor Releases Dumbest Violent Video Game Theory Ever
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