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- Multimedia under Technology
- Algebra - Introduction (Math League Multimedia)
Provides the basics of Algebra, forming a foundation for solving equations.11-99
- Rubrics Creator for a Multimedia Presentation (Rubistar)
Provides printable forms and selectable content for creating rubrics to evaluate the preparation and presentation. Requires signing up. 3-05
- Audio - RealAudio ABC News (Requires RealAudio Player)
- VSL: Front Desk master site
- Phone (Vocaltec)
- Audio - RealAudio Guide (Requires RealAudio Player) 1-01
- Audio - RealAudio National Public Radio (Requires RealAudio Player)
- Live Cam Recorders (EarthCam)
Provides live cams. 10-09
- Phone and Sound Software
- Adobe Acrobat Viewer
- Phone - (WebPhone)
- Phone Communication for the Hearing Impaired
- Browser Plug-Ins (Internet World)
- Java - What's New with Java (Sun)
Provides downloads and news. 2-00
- Screensaver News Service (PointCast)
- Screensaver News Service (Freeloader)
- 3-D Search (HotBot)
- -CD's (CD Now)
Allows searches by artist, song, or album. Provides audio clips and biographies. 9-05
- Classical Music (Schwob)
Allows searches and provides generous audio clips.
- Audio - Radio 4 (BBC)
Calls itself "the best channel of the spoken word in the world."
- American History Resources by Period (BestHistorySites.net)
Provides sources of information by American period, starting with pre-colonial. Includes lesson plans, activities, multimedia, and research resources by type at the bottom of the page. 6-02
- 06-10-04 Imagining a World at Peace (PBS)
"Invite students to brainstorm the basic rights of people everywhere, explore in basic terms the United Nation's Declaration of Human Rights and UNICEF's Committee on the Rights of the Child, and then use international photography galleries as part of a multimedia creative writing assignment imagining a world at peace." 6-04
- Jones, Quincy (InfoPlease.com)
"Grammy Award-winning pop-soul composer, arranger, instrumentalist and producer known for his behind-the-scenes influence in the music industry."
"He has scored more than 50 films, including The Wiz (1978) and The Color Purple (1985). He also produced Michael Jackson's Off the Wall (1978) and co-produced Jackson's Thriller (1982). He leads his own recording label, Quest, and is involved in movie, television, and multimedia production. Jones was the coproducer of the 1995 Academy Awards broadcast." 1-05
- 22 Inch: Gateway FPD2275W 22 Inch LCD Monitor Review (Cnet.com)
"Gateway's FPD2275W is an exceptional computer display that provides widescreen viewing and features aimed at improving productivity and multimedia fun in a thin design that saves room on your desk. With a high-resolution 22-inches display, the FPD2275W includes a comprehensive set of video inputs and user features for viewing cinematic digital movies and photos both today and in the future." 05-07
- -07-06-07 Live Earth Concert Schedule (LiveEarth.org)
"Live Earth will reach this worldwide audience through an unprecedented global media architecture covering all media platforms - TV, radio, Internet and wireless channels."
"Live Earth marks the beginning of a multi-year campaign led by the Alliance for Climate Protection, The Climate Group and other international organizations to drive individuals, corporations and governments to take action to solve global warming. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore is the Chair of the Alliance and Partner of Live Earth."
"Live Earth is a project of the SOS campaign , which is using a powerful multimedia platform - films, television, radio, Internet, books, wireless and others - to move people to combat the climate crisis." 07-07
- 3G Cell Phone Services (HowStuffWorks.com)
"3G technology is the latest in mobile communications. 3G stands for 'third generation' -- this makes analog cellular technology generation one and digital/PCS generation two. 3G technology is intended for the true multimedia cell phone -- typically called smartphones -- and features increased bandwidth and transfer rates to accommodate Web-based applications and phone-based audio and video files." 07-08
- The Future of Digital Books? (New York Times)
"Bradley Inman wants to create great fiction, dramatic online video and compelling Twitter stream — and then roll them all into a multimedia hybrid that is tailored to the rapidly growing number of digital reading devices." 04-09
- 2009 Tour de France, Stage by Stage (New York Times)
"The 96th Tour de France, which will run from July 4 to 26, will be contested over 2,174 miles. It begins with a time trial in Monaco and runs through France, with visits to Spain and Switzerland. It is a grueling test of endurance and strategy. Follow the New York Times's coverage of the race on this map, updated during the Tour with articles, photos and multimedia." 07-09
- Droid 2 Phone Review (Infosyncworld)
"If you want a Droid, but don't know which one to get, the Motorola Droid 2 is probably the safest bet. It offers enough improvements from the original, including Android 2.2, a faster 1GHz TI processor, more RAM, larger, revamped QWERTY slider, and very impressive battery life. If you're a Multimedia junkie, then Motorola Droid X is probably the answer." 09-10
- -05-25-11 President Obama Speaks of Freedom in the Middle East (The Guardian)
"In the face of these challenges, too many leaders in the [Middle East] region tried to direct their people's grievances elsewhere. The West was blamed as the source of all ills, a half century after the end of colonialism. Antagonism toward Israel became the only acceptable outlet for political expression. Divisions of tribe, ethnicity and religious sect were manipulated as a means of holding on to power, or taking it away from somebody else."
"But the events of the past six months show us that strategies of repression and diversion won't work anymore. Satellite television and the Internet provide a window into the wider world – a world of astonishing progress in places like India, Indonesia and Brazil. Cell phones and social networks allow young people to connect and organize like never before. A new generation has emerged. And their voices tell us that change cannot be denied." See video of speech under "Multimedia" above. 05-11
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