Stretchable Gold Film for Electronics


By Kimberly Kelly Stretchable Gold Film. While researchers from all over the world have been working with different kinds of stretchable conductors, it was the University of Michigan that first came up with a solution to the elastic conductor problem, a stretchable gold film.

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Digital Cameras vs Film Cameras


Information Technology Blog - - Digital Cameras vs Film Cameras - Information Technology Blog. However, even in this day and age some photographers are still hanging on to traditional film cameras. These options aren’t available with traditional film.

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Film maker shuns cloud storage for Spectra Logic tape

Computer Weekly

Smoke & Mirrors replaces Quantum tape library with 7PB of Spectra Logic tape and decides the cloud lacks security and would be too costly for the 16TB it archives every day

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Dell Powers Reel FX Animated Film “Free Birds”

Data Center Knowledge

Boring servers whirring away in a data center never seem exciting until they are used to power an animated film and show off that technology in full glorious color and clarity. Reel FX has done just that, and used Dell servers to develop, produce and animate its first full-length feature film, Dell reel fx render

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Cloud Musings

You can support them too at the: THE OFFICIAL LATINO FILM INDUSTRY POST OSCAR PARTY The Veterans 360 mission is to support our young combat veterans as they integrate into civilian life. GUESS WHO SUPPORTS VETS 360?

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Phishers prey on fans of latest Star Wars film

Tech Republic Security

83 users have already been affected by 65 malicious files disguised as copies of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker according to Kaspersky

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Big data lessons from Icelandic visual effects team behind the film Everest

Tech Republic Big Data

The visual effects company RVX played a major role in producing content for the movie Everest. RVX's CTO reveals the studio's big data management challenges during the production

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A story about Connected: The Film and why you must see it

Trends in the Living Networks

I saw Connected: The Film by Tiffany Shlain last night at its Australian premiere, organized by Annalie Killian. The first thing I have to say is that the film is absolutely fantastic. Go to the Connected film website, see what she is doing, and engage in the conversation.

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Crowdfunding in film takes off: the case of the attack of the space Nazis

Trends in the Living Networks

IndieGoGo (which started with films and has broadened into other creative spaces). - Check out the awesome trailer: The film has a budget of 7.5 million Euros, of which it has raised a little over 6 million through traditional film financing channels.

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Delivering film and TV content via the Internet


The term used for the delivery of film and TV content via the Internet is OTT, or over-the-top and does not require users to subscribe to traditional cable or satellite TV. The post Delivering film and TV content via the Internet appeared first on Information Technology Blog.

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Computer Weekly @ 50: The future of us – how the next 50 years of tech will reshape the world

Computer Weekly

In this panel debate filmed at our 50th anniversary we contemplate how IT could evolve over the next 50 years

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Beware of malware disguised as Oscar-nominated movies including Joker and Parasite

Tech Republic Security

Joker was the hottest film among cybercriminals with 304 malicious files named after Batman's arch-nemesis, says security firm Kaspersky

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DreamWorks "Turbo" Accelerated By HP » Data Center Knowledge

Data Center Knowledge

DreamWorks Animation utilized HP Enterprise Cloud Services to provide a robust, scalable, cloud-based infrastructure that offers the additional compute power needed to render the 10 CG films that are in production at any given time. About DCK. Advertise. Subscribe. Events.

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How smaller countries and regions can develop their film and screen industries – 5 key issues

Trends in the Living Networks

Film. film production has become highly mobile). Trends in film finance (e.g. difficulty in financing independent films in small countries, hedge fund financing for Hollywood productions).

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Stemettes launches documentary about Outbox Incubator programme

Computer Weekly

Social enterprise Stemettes has produced a short film featuring its Outbox Incubator programme to highlight the importance of getting girls into science, technology, engineering and maths

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Coronavirus Forces Agencies To Rethink The Agency Employee Experience

Forrester IT

Last week SXSW cancelled its’ annual film, music and digital media festival that’s become an annual pilgrimage for marketers and agencies alike. Agencies’ pivotal role in the services marketplace means they too will feel the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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IWM digitises vast collection in SpectraLogic tape archive

Computer Weekly

Imperial War Museum deploys SpectraLogic tape archive systems with LTFS Black Pearl in digitisation project for 21,000 hours of film and millions of images and voice recordings

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Static Beauty of Cloud Infrastructure Across Three Screens

Data Center Knowledge

Film maker Timo Arnal explores the ‘Internet machine’ in a three-screen video installation Read More. Cloud Computing Data Center Videos

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Different, not less (or broken)

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

The film is based on two of Grandin’s books about autism, Emergence: Labeled Autistic (written with Margaret Scariano) and Thinking in Pictures, Expanded Edition: My Life with Autism. Tags: Autism Film / Movies learning Life Mastery thinking Work as Art

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Don’t mourn for them

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

The HBO film Temple Grandin , which I wrote about back when it first aired, recently won 7 Emmy awards, including Outstanding Made for TV Movie. Here’s what I had to say about the movie back then: I encourage you to watch this film with an open mind. Tags: Autism Film / Movies Life parenting Asperger's Syndrome awareness HBO Temple Grandin

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Learn from all experience, not just the failures

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

James Cameron’s most recent film was Titanic , released 10 years ago. From the New York Times story ‘Titanic’ Director Joins Fox on $200 Million Film is the following account: The making of “Titanic,” Mr. Cameron’s last full-blown Hollywood feature, was the stuff of movie legend. The film, released in 1997, went far over its planned cost to become the most expensive production that had then been made.

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DCK Video: Hyve Partners DDN and Nebula

Data Center Knowledge

Conor Malone, vice president of engineering at Hyve, shows us what Data Direct Networks, a storage company, and Nebula, an open source cloud initiative, are doing with Hyve chassis and servers in this video filmed at the Open Compute Summit V.

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Barriers to effective insider threat monitoring


read like something out of an action film. Read Michael Daly’s article about the barriers companies face while monitoring insider threat on FCW : The August headlines surrounding General Electric Co. An engineer accused of stealing intellectual property was arrested, and the FBI is investigating whether the theft compromised any of the company’s trade secrets. Unfortunately, […]. Cyber Security News

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Is any project ever really finished?

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

In some great stories, and lots of detail, Rubin tells the early history of what has become the LucasFilm empire, not to mention the birth of Pixar and the evolution of digital film-making that can be found on any new Apple Macintosh computer.

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Mainframe AI

IT Toolbox

ll remember from the 1991 Terminator film that ?Human Those of you who enjoy scifi movies will know that as soon you install self-learning software on a big enough computer, it will become self-aware and takes over the world. Human decisions are removed from strategic defence. Skynet begins to learn at a geometric rate. It becomes self-aware at 2:14am. Eastern time, August 29th.? Meanwhile, back in the

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Hollywood and the US film industry pull in billions, and though it’s traditionally been. Innovative young companies are improving gaming concepts with the help of blockchain, ensuring that this epic clash creates a better reality for future gamers.

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Andre LeBlank on Artificial Intelligence and the future


The video at this link and embedded below by Andre LeBlanc on Artificial Intelligence (filmed at a TEDx event) captures the many points technologists (specially Ray Kurzweil ) have been articulating on the future for quite a while, but is notable for Andre's focus on AI vice just the future of computing.

Getting the best deal

IT Toolbox

We come to an agreement with other people about which restaurant to go to, or what film to see at the cinema, and a million other things ? We all do it all the time ? even if we think we don?t most actions come about as the result of negotiation. and it all involves negotiation. You may be involved at work negotiating a deal on new hardware or software. Or you may be involved in negotiating with

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ReBoot – I am a Movie Junkie

A CIO's Voice

My wife on other hand is more discerning and only wants to go see the artsy Oscar films that can put any person to sleep (at least the ones I have seen). Growing up there were some films that left an immeasurable impression that even to this day I still enjoy watching. These films made me enjoy watching movies and appreciate the art of making a film. So here is my list of films that left that mark: Star Wars.

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The Insider Guide to Frankfurt Book Fair- Vol.1


Attend seminars and exhibitions that reveal new innovations in the fields of education, film, science, technology, games, STEM, academic publishing which contributes to the publishing industry. An award ceremony for the Frankfurter Buchmesse Film Awards will be held on 19th October 2019, in the Frankfurt Pavilion on the exhibition grounds. It’s that time of the year again! The Frankfurt Book Fair is back!

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Zero Days: Why the disturbing Stuxnet documentary is a must-see

Tech Republic Security

Find out why Jack Wallen highly recommends the film Zero Days is a documentary by Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney about the cyberwarfare Pandora's Box that was opened with the Stuxnet malware.

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Dell Hardware Powers Digital Effects at Spin VFX

Data Center Knowledge

Spin VFX''s portfolio includes more than 70 feature films and 13 television series, including HBO''s Game of Thrones. Visual effects studio Spin VFX has selected Dell to supply IT infrastructure for its new location in Toronto. Read More. Dell Infrastructure

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Foto Friday – Bakers Bridge Area, Durango CO

Eric D. Brown

The area just to the ‘left’ of this photo is Bakers Bridge, where they filmed part of the ‘jump’ scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

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Christian Slater wants you to check your printer security

Network World

In IT circles, actor Christian Slater is known for the very popular USA Network show " Mr. Robot ", so fans of that show might like watching him in this short film, sponsored/created by HP.

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ACLU: Cops accidentally recorded themselves making up bogus criminal charges

Network World

Yet that is exactly what happened when Connecticut State Police troopers seized a camera belonging to a protestor and the camera continued to film while they conspired on which bogus charges to level against him. Picard, who was lawfully carrying a handgun, also had a camera that he was using to film the police—public employees on a public street.

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