Weekly Web Harvest for 2020-03-08
Tone.js is a framework for creating interactive music in the browser. It provides advanced scheduling capabilities, synths and effects, and intuitive musical abstractions built on top of the Web Audio API.
- How to Create an Online Classroom | Stanford Online High School
Stanford Online High School has been successfully educating students online through an innovative virtual classroom model since 2006. For schools exploring online learning in case of temporary closures, this webpage provides free resources and considerations for effective remote teaching and learning.
This Is Almost Certainly James Comey’s Twitter Account Click through to the linked photo, and you’ll find that a well-wisher has left a comment in which none other than Brien Comey is tagged. Now, our FBI Director has trained his son well. His Instagram account is locked down. Instagram itself, however, offers a little loophole that is terrible for user privacy but wonderfully helpful for our purposes today. Are you searching for stolen US University email credentials? Search on the Dark WebSecurity Affairs Virginia Tech makes the list . . . “I’ve been scraping the Dark Web since 2009. There were 2.2 million .edu [emails] there back in 2015, 2.8 million in 2016, and now almost 14 million a year later. That’s a significant spike,” explained Brian Dunn, managing partner at ID Agent. There are people who spend their time yelling at the Mars Curiosity rover on Twitter | The Outline Despite all this, not everyone believes that Curiosity is actually on Mars. There is a not-insignificant number of people who yell at the Mars Curiosity rover on Twitter, accusing it of perpetuating a hoax. Education secretary criticizes professors as telling students ‘what to think’ “The faculty, from adjunct professors to deans, tell you what to do, what to say, and more ominously, what to think.” COTSBot – Robotics@QUT – Confluence […]
What The Hell Was Megadeth, Arizona? – Robin Sloan Bechtel – MediumA DIGITAL POSTCARD—This was one of the first applications where one could send a graphic via email, which programmers told us was technically impossible. Stop Using Zip Codes for Geospatial Analysis — CARTO BlogAfter creating this as a new table we can see that the majority of the most unequal zip codes tend to be in cities or larger metro areas and more equal zip codes tend to be in rural areas around the country. Meta-analysis of faculty’s teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related – ScienceDirectOur up-to-date meta-analysis of all multisection studies revealed no significant correlations between the SET ratings and learning. These findings suggest that institutions focused on student learning and career success may want to abandon SET ratings as a measure of faculty’s teaching effectiveness. am I the asshole? behavior rulesBe interesting to see how these would play in other commenting/social networking scenarios. Cicada 3301 – WikipediaMany have speculated that the puzzles are a recruitment tool for the NSA, CIA, MI6, a “Masonic conspiracy” or a cyber mercenary group. Others have claimed Cicada 3301 is an alternate reality game. No company or individual has taken credit for it or attempted to monetize it, however. Agrippa (A Book of the Dead) […]
Welcome to Our Baby’s Personal Brand Reveal Party – McSweeney’s Internet TendencyThere’s just no telling what type of media will end up being the best way for our gift from heaven to spread their message of positivity, love, and corporate synergy. Academe’s Extinction Event: Failure, Whiskey, and Professional Collapse at the MLA – The Chronicle of Higher Education All I could think was how strange it was that this was the endpoint of falling in love with, and dedicating your life to, poems about people striding through the Alps and glimpsing sublimity: you wound up in a hotel room far below the ground, where the air was awful and people talked at you in a weird, creepy language — a language that had somehow attached itself to poetry the way the titular creature clings to John Hurt’s face in Alien and won’t let go. Super Punch: Interactive exercise mirror and more augmented realities