• Reader Writer Problem | Semaphores (Operating System) part - 14

    This video contains solution of producer consumer problem using semaphores which is used as a tool for normalization and will help you in various competitive exams like GATE , NET, PSU'S etc

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • Reader - Writer Problem : Classical Problems on Process Synchronization

    the readers-writers problems are examples of a common computing problem in concurrency. There are at least three variations of the problems, which deal with situations in which many threads try to access the same shared resource at one time. Some threads may read and some may write, with the constraint that no process may access the share for either reading or writing, while another process is in the act of writing to it. (In particular, it is allowed for two or more readers to access the share at the same time.) A readers-writer lock is a data structure that solves one or more of the readers-writers problems.

    published: 28 Mar 2016
  • Readers & Writers Problem Algorithm - Operating System

    published: 22 May 2017
  • 2 Hours To Write A Track #1 [24/04/2017]

    Writing music on Twitch every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm European Time. https://www.twitch.tv/the_alg0rithm

    published: 25 Apr 2017
  • How 'Hard Science Fiction Novels' get written | Tim Poston | TEDxNITKSurathkal

    Tim Poston tells about every detailing that goes into writing a science fiction. Every component in a fictional book is supported by existing scientific theories. He explains the geographical intricacies of a different planet which plays the backdrop in the story. He presents the fictional story in a factually believable manner by providing phenomenal explanation. Timothy "Tim" Poston (born 19 June 1945 in St Albans, Hertfordshire) is an English mathematician best known for his work on catastrophe theory. His 1972 Ph.D at the University of Warwick was directed by Christopher Zeeman on "Fuzzy Geometry". Tim specializes in geometry, graphics, algorithm design, human-computer interaction, medical imaging, patent writing and singularity theory.[4] His books on catastrophe theory and ...

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • Lecture 8. Unit 6. Multiple Writers algorithm

    Multiple Writers algorithm

    published: 03 Feb 2013
  • The Formula Behind Every Perfect Pop Song

    Now that the 2014 Grammy Awards are over, a lot of people are wondering if there's a formula to writing a successful pop song. Producers like Max Martin, who has written sixteen #1 hits since 1999 for artists like Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, have researchers wondering. Anthony takes a look at the past few decades of pop music trends in hopes to find a way to write the next big Billboard hit. Read More: Music On Our Minds http://news.stanford.edu/news/multi/features/music-and-brain/ "Rob was no neuroscientist, but he knew there was a thin line between him and his music." Max Martin http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Martin "Karl Martin Sanberg (born 26 February 1971), known professionally as Max Martin is a Swedish music producer and songwriter." The Biggest Secret in the Music Industry h...

    published: 28 Jan 2014
  • Book Launches, Common Amazon Algorithm Mistakes, and Writing a 12 Week Trilogy with Chris Fox

    Today we welcome back the prolific Chris Fox. We'll be discussing ways to accelerate one's writing process, the value of rapid book releases, and how best to navigate and utilize Amazon's Algorithms.

    published: 12 Apr 2017
  • Writing Content for SEO in the Post Hummingbird World

    Google’s Hummingbird algorithm in 2013 was a game-changer for content creators. It is no longer enough to crowbar lots of keywords into our website and blog content, because Google has started going beyond the individual words people USE when they search, to figure out what they MEAN. Our content has to answer those questions if we want it returned on Page 1 of Google. In this webinar Emily Hill will provide practical tips to help you write content that answers the real questions in your customers’ minds when they run search queries. Emily is the founder and CEO of a 9-year old copywriting agency that has undergone a big transformation of its own in the way it approaches content creation for clients. Therefore a lot of the examples in this webinar are based on techniques that Emily has i...

    published: 01 May 2015
  • Dining Philosopher problem (semaphore )

    This is a operating system deadlock problem. This video is about the dining philosopher deadlock problem and its solution using semaphores.

    published: 11 Nov 2013
  • Why These Chords - Writing Music for Pop Songs

    The I, IV, V chord progression, tonic, dominant, subdominant relationship, chord substitutions and writing pop songs. Here's a link to the chart diagram: http://imgur.com/o90JyM2

    published: 28 Jan 2014
  • Sunspring | A Sci-Fi Short Film Starring Thomas Middleditch

    In the wake of Google's AI Go victory, filmmaker Oscar Sharp turned to his technologist collaborator Ross Goodwin to build a machine that could write screenplays. They created "Jetson" and fueled him with hundreds of sci-fi TV and movie scripts. Shortly thereafter, Jetson announced it wished to be addressed as Benjamin. Building a team including Thomas Middleditch, star of HBO's Silicon Valley, they gave themselves 48 hours to shoot and edit whatever Benjamin (Jetson) decided to write. Lyrics by Benjamin (formerly known as Jetson), an LSTM RNN Artificial Intelligence. Music Composed and Performed by Tiger + Man (https://soundcloud.com/tigerandman/home-on-the-land) http://www.tigerandman.com For more from the filmmakers visit: http://www.thereforefilms.com http://www.rossgoodwin.com htt...

    published: 09 Jun 2016
  • Self Publishing Podcast #17 - Writing Rituals That Will Make You a Better Writer

    http://selfpublishingpodcast.com - This is our live-streamed recording session for the Self-Publishing Podcast, episode #17: Writing Rituals That Will Make You a Better Writer. Full show notes and the podcast audio recording are at http://selfpublishingpodcast.com/17 We stream our recording sessions live at roughly at 3pm Eastern time on Tuesdays, but we're hardly professional enough to keep that schedule perfectly. You can subscribe to the Self Publishing Podcast in iTunes and the other big podcast directories. Please leave us a review or a comment in iTunes if you enjoy the show! We got a lot of email and questions and voicemails last week, but two things happened that I am hereby going to blame for the fact that we didn't address any of that or answer any of the emails until yesterday...

    published: 13 Aug 2012
  • Top 10 Best Content Writing Services

    Content writing services great content within your budget , to help you evaluate your options, we've rounded up and reviewed popular online article writing services, starting with the best. Have a look , top best content writing services outsource articles for your that the top list consists of sites that have writers from all over the world , consider hiring a writer from one of these services. One of the top challenges in the world of content marketing is creating enough brought me so much traffic. Goo.Gl nsavtk. The best writer so far on planet earth better graph provides best content writing services. If you have blog and you want to quality content on monthly basis. I will recommend you to hire better graph , the top content writers of of hours poring over thousands of articles in the...

    published: 11 Aug 2016
  • SEO Demystified: Explaining Google's algorithm

    Ahava Leibtag explains Google Panda, the Google algorithm and why it's important for digital writers to understand it when creating online content.

    published: 28 Mar 2013
  • Writing and Critical Thinking in Architecture - Part 2 - Mario Carpo

    Lecture date: 2011-03-25 'Tell, Don't Show' at Symposium Literal Transcription: MARINA LATHOURI: Now, I would like to introduce our first speaker, Mario Carpo, who is an architectural historian, who has extensively written and researched the relationships between architectural theory, information technology, media, and technologies of architectural representation. Mario is currently professor at the Georgia institute of technology, and also Vincent Scully visiting professor of architectural history at Yale University. Before that, he was visiting professor at a number of European and American Universities, and also a visiting scholar at the American Academy in Rome, at the Getty Research Institute, and at the Clark Art Institute. Mario was also head of the studies at the CCA, Montreal, ...

    published: 16 Sep 2015
Reader Writer Problem | Semaphores (Operating System) part - 14

Reader Writer Problem | Semaphores (Operating System) part - 14

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This video contains solution of producer consumer problem using semaphores which is used as a tool for normalization and will help you in various competitive exams like GATE , NET, PSU'S etc
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Reader - Writer Problem : Classical Problems on Process Synchronization

Reader - Writer Problem : Classical Problems on Process Synchronization

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the readers-writers problems are examples of a common computing problem in concurrency. There are at least three variations of the problems, which deal with situations in which many threads try to access the same shared resource at one time. Some threads may read and some may write, with the constraint that no process may access the share for either reading or writing, while another process is in the act of writing to it. (In particular, it is allowed for two or more readers to access the share at the same time.) A readers-writer lock is a data structure that solves one or more of the readers-writers problems.
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Readers & Writers Problem Algorithm - Operating System

Readers & Writers Problem Algorithm - Operating System

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2 Hours To Write A Track #1 [24/04/2017]

2 Hours To Write A Track #1 [24/04/2017]

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Writing music on Twitch every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm European Time. https://www.twitch.tv/the_alg0rithm
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How 'Hard Science Fiction Novels' get written | Tim Poston | TEDxNITKSurathkal

How 'Hard Science Fiction Novels' get written | Tim Poston | TEDxNITKSurathkal

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Tim Poston tells about every detailing that goes into writing a science fiction. Every component in a fictional book is supported by existing scientific theories. He explains the geographical intricacies of a different planet which plays the backdrop in the story. He presents the fictional story in a factually believable manner by providing phenomenal explanation. Timothy "Tim" Poston (born 19 June 1945 in St Albans, Hertfordshire) is an English mathematician best known for his work on catastrophe theory. His 1972 Ph.D at the University of Warwick was directed by Christopher Zeeman on "Fuzzy Geometry". Tim specializes in geometry, graphics, algorithm design, human-computer interaction, medical imaging, patent writing and singularity theory.[4] His books on catastrophe theory and on differential geometry and relativity are still in print after a third of a century. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Lecture 8. Unit 6. Multiple Writers algorithm

Lecture 8. Unit 6. Multiple Writers algorithm

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Multiple Writers algorithm
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The Formula Behind Every Perfect Pop Song

The Formula Behind Every Perfect Pop Song

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Now that the 2014 Grammy Awards are over, a lot of people are wondering if there's a formula to writing a successful pop song. Producers like Max Martin, who has written sixteen #1 hits since 1999 for artists like Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, have researchers wondering. Anthony takes a look at the past few decades of pop music trends in hopes to find a way to write the next big Billboard hit. Read More: Music On Our Minds http://news.stanford.edu/news/multi/features/music-and-brain/ "Rob was no neuroscientist, but he knew there was a thin line between him and his music." Max Martin http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Martin "Karl Martin Sanberg (born 26 February 1971), known professionally as Max Martin is a Swedish music producer and songwriter." The Biggest Secret in the Music Industry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2DHuugaxWk Grammys 2014: The Full List of Winners http://arts.nationalpost.com/2014/01/26/grammys-2014-the-full-list-of-winners-so-far/ "French electronic duo Daft Punk won the top Grammy Awards on Sunday night, picking up prizes for album of the year and record of the year for single Get Lucky and its EP, Random Access Memories." Visualizing the Structure of Pop Music http://musicmachinery.com/2012/11/19/visualizing-the-structure-of-pop-music/ "The Infinite Jukebox generates plots of songs in which the most similar beats are connected by arcs." Secrets of Pop Success Revealed, Scientists Claim http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-16218284 "Budding pop stars may fare better if they swap a piano keyboard for a PC, according to university researchers." The Science Behind ScoreAHit http://www.scoreahit.com/Science "We are interested in the Music Information Retrieval task that aims at predicting whether a given song will be a commercial success prior to its distribution, based on its audio." Pop Hit Prediction Algorithm http://www.wired.com/underwire/2011/12/hit-potential-equation/ "Machine-learning engineers from the University of Bristol think they might have the master equation to predicting the popularity of a song." The Hit Equation http://scoreahit.com/TheHitEquation "So here it is! This page is a high-level description of our Hit Equation, and some of the fun we can have with it." Teen Brain Study Accurately Predicts Hit Pop Songs http://www.mnn.com/green-tech/research-innovations/stories/teen-brain-study-accurately-predicts-hit-pop-songs# "Scientists studying the brain activity of teenagers can now predict with pop songs will become hits, and which will flop." Brain Scans Predict Pop Hits http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/brain-scans-predict-pop-hits/ "Scientists monitor the brains of teens listening to songs and find the breakout hits tend to share certain neural signatures." A Neural Predictor of Cultural Popularity http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1742971 "How can we predict popularity? Although superficially a trivial question, the desire for popularity consumes a great portion of the lives of many youths and adults." "Visualizing a Hit - InfoVis Final Project https://sites.google.com/site/visualizingahit/home ""Can visualizing 50-years worth of hit U.S. pop song characteristics help us discover trends worth of further investigation?" Photo Credit: © Lisa O'Connor/ZUMA Press/Corbis Watch More: Where Music Comes From http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_3OS0nY3WQ TestTube Wild Card http://testtube.com/dnews/dnews-114-why-do-we-blush?utm_campaign=DNWC&utm_medium=DNews&utm_source=YT The Science Behind Earworms http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS61U7gxEmo ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Anthony Carboni on Twitter http://twitter.com/acarboni Laci Green on Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 Trace Dominguez on Twitter http://twitter.com/trace501 DNews on Facebook http://facebook.com/dnews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com
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Book Launches, Common Amazon Algorithm Mistakes, and Writing a 12 Week Trilogy with Chris Fox

Book Launches, Common Amazon Algorithm Mistakes, and Writing a 12 Week Trilogy with Chris Fox

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Today we welcome back the prolific Chris Fox. We'll be discussing ways to accelerate one's writing process, the value of rapid book releases, and how best to navigate and utilize Amazon's Algorithms.
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Writing Content for SEO in the Post Hummingbird World

Writing Content for SEO in the Post Hummingbird World

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  • Updated: 01 May 2015
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Google’s Hummingbird algorithm in 2013 was a game-changer for content creators. It is no longer enough to crowbar lots of keywords into our website and blog content, because Google has started going beyond the individual words people USE when they search, to figure out what they MEAN. Our content has to answer those questions if we want it returned on Page 1 of Google. In this webinar Emily Hill will provide practical tips to help you write content that answers the real questions in your customers’ minds when they run search queries. Emily is the founder and CEO of a 9-year old copywriting agency that has undergone a big transformation of its own in the way it approaches content creation for clients. Therefore a lot of the examples in this webinar are based on techniques that Emily has implemented for Write My Site and its clients. Emily will explain: -Why Hummingbird is a far more significant change to Google’s algorithm than either Panda or Penguin -The importance of truly original, valuable content and how to create it -Why modern keyword research is about learning the language of your customers -How to use predictive search for content inspiration -Which types of content perform well in the post-Hummingbird Google search results -How to create a streamlined content strategy for intelligent SEO
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Dining Philosopher problem (semaphore )

Dining Philosopher problem (semaphore )

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This is a operating system deadlock problem. This video is about the dining philosopher deadlock problem and its solution using semaphores.
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Why These Chords - Writing Music for Pop Songs

Why These Chords - Writing Music for Pop Songs

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The I, IV, V chord progression, tonic, dominant, subdominant relationship, chord substitutions and writing pop songs. Here's a link to the chart diagram: http://imgur.com/o90JyM2
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Sunspring | A Sci-Fi Short Film Starring Thomas Middleditch

Sunspring | A Sci-Fi Short Film Starring Thomas Middleditch

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In the wake of Google's AI Go victory, filmmaker Oscar Sharp turned to his technologist collaborator Ross Goodwin to build a machine that could write screenplays. They created "Jetson" and fueled him with hundreds of sci-fi TV and movie scripts. Shortly thereafter, Jetson announced it wished to be addressed as Benjamin. Building a team including Thomas Middleditch, star of HBO's Silicon Valley, they gave themselves 48 hours to shoot and edit whatever Benjamin (Jetson) decided to write. Lyrics by Benjamin (formerly known as Jetson), an LSTM RNN Artificial Intelligence. Music Composed and Performed by Tiger + Man (https://soundcloud.com/tigerandman/home-on-the-land) http://www.tigerandman.com For more from the filmmakers visit: http://www.thereforefilms.com http://www.rossgoodwin.com http://www.Benjamin.wtf Connect with Ars Technica Magazine Online: Visit ArsTechnica.com: http://arstechnica.com Follow Ars Technica on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arstechnica Follow Ars Technica on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ArsTechnica/videos Follow Ars Technica on Twitter: https://twitter.com/arstechnica Sunspring | A Sci-Fi Short Film Starring Thomas Middleditch Starring: Thomas Middleditch Director: Oscar Sharp Executive Producer: Walter Kortschak Producer: Allison Friedman, Andrew Kortschak, and Andrew Swett Writer: Benjamin (formerly known as Jetson), an LSTM RNN Artificial Intelligence Writer of Writer: Ross Goodwin an End Cue Production
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Self Publishing Podcast #17 - Writing Rituals That Will Make You a Better Writer

Self Publishing Podcast #17 - Writing Rituals That Will Make You a Better Writer

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http://selfpublishingpodcast.com - This is our live-streamed recording session for the Self-Publishing Podcast, episode #17: Writing Rituals That Will Make You a Better Writer. Full show notes and the podcast audio recording are at http://selfpublishingpodcast.com/17 We stream our recording sessions live at roughly at 3pm Eastern time on Tuesdays, but we're hardly professional enough to keep that schedule perfectly. You can subscribe to the Self Publishing Podcast in iTunes and the other big podcast directories. Please leave us a review or a comment in iTunes if you enjoy the show! We got a lot of email and questions and voicemails last week, but two things happened that I am hereby going to blame for the fact that we didn't address any of that or answer any of the emails until yesterday: 1. Apparently GMail changed its spam algorithm and started sending all stuff sent via our contact form to spam. Awesome! It's sorted now, though. and also, 2. Audacity, the program I use to process the voicemail audio files, was being a bitch. So I couldn't do that in time either. So we'll get to your questions next time. Sorry about that. How to use your mailing list for marketing and keeping in touch with readers We were able to take one question from S.A. about how's the best way to manage your reader email list, and how often to send stuff to them. Sean said you should send them stuff every week. I said that I would never send them stuff every week, but would instead wait until I had something meaningful to say. A brawl ensued. Dave then proposed blogging more often about ourselves, and Sean and I shit all over him. Rituals that will make you a better or at least more productive writer My contention about Pressfield, though -- and we all agreed that this was the best way to look at rituals -- is that you shouldn't rely on pixie dust to write good stuff. You should treat it like work. You show up, you sit down, and you do it. Here are few of our hints and tips and habits: • You MUST eliminate distractions, including phones and email. ESPECIALLY email. • In fact, read this now, and then read the follow up, which is where the hammer really falls. Those are two posts I wrote about learning that checking email only twice a day is the best productivity enhancer and time-saver ever. Then, after reading commit to ONLY ANSWERING EMAIL DURING DEDICATED TIMES. This is hard to do, but you will be AMAZED what it does for your ability to write. • I always start at 6am and write for around two hours. My coffee is prominent in here. • Sean suggests working in 90-minute blocks, to keep things fresh. You can add more blocks later in the day if you want more writing time. • We like the idea of stopping dead in the middle of a hot scene instead of finishing it and starting next time with a fresh scene. Doing the latter is like stopping a train completely; it will take you time to get back up to speed. Doing the former is like jumping from a moving train and then running to hop back on later. It's already going, so it's easy to keep going in your next session. • Dave and I like to write to music. It sets a mood and blocks out the outside world. • We all like writing in the wee hours of the morning, but I find I'm frustrated by the need to sleep. Fucking sleep. But if you can write at 4am, when the world is quiet, that can be awesome. • Even if you're a "pantser" who prefers working by feel, giving yourself a rough outline or at least a few points to hit can really help steer you in the right direction and make your life easier. • And some nerdy general time management ideas. And as always, we'd like to remind you to leave us a rating and/or review on iTunes if you like the show... it really helps us to grow and help others!
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Top 10 Best Content Writing Services

Top 10 Best Content Writing Services

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Content writing services great content within your budget , to help you evaluate your options, we've rounded up and reviewed popular online article writing services, starting with the best. Have a look , top best content writing services outsource articles for your that the top list consists of sites that have writers from all over the world , consider hiring a writer from one of these services. One of the top challenges in the world of content marketing is creating enough brought me so much traffic. Goo.Gl nsavtk. The best writer so far on planet earth better graph provides best content writing services. If you have blog and you want to quality content on monthly basis. I will recommend you to hire better graph , the top content writers of of hours poring over thousands of articles in the hopes of finding the best copywriters on the web there are many essay writing services that think they are on top, so don't be every service is striving to be the best. They offer all possible services any student might need technical writing, academic writing, copywriting, website content, , see here the top content writing companies to help you creating higher quality contents that well, let's see the best content writing services , the following top list will guide you towards reliable, safe, and then you should aim for writing services that provide a constant workflow. The best part is that it pays writers to submit content associated to this niche our professional content writing services in india at one of the top content writing company, which top seo content writing tips seo company in india what impressed me best is that spinnerchief can rewrite one article to unique articles in seconds, i'm think that essaybox is the best content and article writing services online. What are the top content writing services in india?. , content writers make invaluable contributions to the world of the internet. Whether you're a creative top best designed websites in . July , . Inbound marketing services that drive revenue. June , we offer search engine optimized, quality content writing services! content writing effective websites require quality content to best represent their brand or services. If you want thrive named top inbound marketing agency in the usa top content creation companies in india other core services. Seo friendly. Marketable. Conversion driven. Variance. Writing standards. Overall score , also check the best outsourcing platforms for internet marketers. Below are the top ten content writing services which offer excellent services to , memes not be the best type of content to share on your blog, but the writer needs to produce top tier content. Make sure you recruit the services of a capable designer as well as a writer. From the ancient ten commandments to modern lists of everything, numbered ideas are as popular as ever content marketing company in india offers digital content creation services. Local seo services guaranteed top ranking link building services seo content writing can help you attain that success on the search engines and hire cmi's consulting services to develop content marketing strategies, conduct team scripted's algorithm automatically matches content to a best fit writer, cpcs are high ($ to $) depending on how targeted the audience is, but well hire writers to cover your blog and social media marketing. Manage your entire content marketing strategy with robust tools, from an editorial calendar to a read our reviews a
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SEO Demystified: Explaining Google's algorithm

SEO Demystified: Explaining Google's algorithm

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Ahava Leibtag explains Google Panda, the Google algorithm and why it's important for digital writers to understand it when creating online content.
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Writing and Critical Thinking in Architecture - Part 2 - Mario Carpo

Writing and Critical Thinking in Architecture - Part 2 - Mario Carpo

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Lecture date: 2011-03-25 'Tell, Don't Show' at Symposium Literal Transcription: MARINA LATHOURI: Now, I would like to introduce our first speaker, Mario Carpo, who is an architectural historian, who has extensively written and researched the relationships between architectural theory, information technology, media, and technologies of architectural representation. Mario is currently professor at the Georgia institute of technology, and also Vincent Scully visiting professor of architectural history at Yale University. Before that, he was visiting professor at a number of European and American Universities, and also a visiting scholar at the American Academy in Rome, at the Getty Research Institute, and at the Clark Art Institute. Mario was also head of the studies at the CCA, Montreal, between 2002 and 2005, he has written and published extensively, his most recent publication is ‘The Alphabet and the Algorithm’ (released last week), ‘Architecture in the Age of Printing’ (2001), a commentary on Leon Battista Alberti’s Descriptio Urbis Romae, and also he has written and published a number of essays on architectural representation, which have been published in various magazines, such as Perspectives, Projections and Design, the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Log, Grey Room, Architecture D'Aujourd'hui, Arquitectura Viva, Architectural Design, and so on. The title of his talk is ‘Tell, Don’t Show: On Scripting and Scribing and the Almost Inevitable Demise of Digital Images.’ MARIO CARPO: Thank you, Marina for the generous introduction. I received a title—Writing and Critical Thinking in Architecture—and an assignment for this talk: to articulate the role of writing in the realm of contemporary architecture and culture. I would like to start from a particular, specific aspect of the matter, just a little thing, a technicality, almost, but one which I think it is crucial to our understanding of the present time and revelatory of the major shift, now underway, in the media at our disposal, to write about architecture. I would like to consider, briefly, the relationship, that we, architectural writers, entertain with architectural illustrations—the topic was already mentioned, of course—with the images that are meant to accompany our writings. To accompany, I say: that might not be the right word. Companionship implies some mutual affection, and any architectural writer knows that the relationship between our texts and images is often not so friendly. How many times are we asked by publishers, or editors, to eliminate pictures which we think we need, or to add images we do not need? And we will argue: our readers will never, ever need. Yet publishers or editors have the last word on this. How many times we would desperately need images, which we cannot publish because of the insurmountable amount of copyright issues. We all have—I presume—horror stories we could tell on this—I have some myself, which I should keep for the coffee break. Yet this tyranny of architectural images of the copyright orders is in historical terms only a recent development. There were no coffee table books in the Middle ages, and no illustrated magazines in Classical antiquity. Cicero’s wife, I think her name was Terentia, did not read Architectural Digest. In fact, from the beginning of historical times and until the sixteenth century, images of architecture were an absolute rarity. There were not many of them around, and no wonder those that did exist were so lousy, that there was not much to do with them anyway. For most of our collective past, until the Renaissance, architecture evidently existed, but architecture images did not. This may suggest that architecture can exist without the mediation of images. And, as architecture could do without images so often in the past, well, perhaps it could do without images again in the future. And, I would argue, it just might. The modern power of images, including architectural images, started, only in the Renaissance. With the almost concommital invention of two cultural technologies, that seem to be made for one another. Geometrical perspective, as defined by Leon Battista Alberti, and printmaking. Around 1435, Alberti’s geometrical perspective defined perspectival images as the indexical trace left by beams or rays of light onto a physical surface, the picture plane. (Shows the very famous interpretation by Albrecht Dürer). Alberti’s book, of course, had no illustrations at all, which is a bit strange for a book which is about perspective. The technical term Alberti used in this context, was actually not a beam of light, but a rocket. In Alberti’s theory, visual beams are rockets that hit the picture plane, and when they do, the impact leaves a trace. (Shows another interpretation, a
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