Archive for July, 2010

What is the Co-Prosperity School?

The Co-Prosperity School is an Artist-Run School for and about the advancement and understanding of contemporary Chicago Art. Through guest speakers and class member presentations we will shine a light on the contemporary art scene of Chicago. AOne of our goals is to break down the panel discussion dialogue of Chicago's art and bring it to a more informal group discussion format in which shapers of Chicago's Art World themselves tell of the contemporary scene. A Members can discuss their own work, or the work of others.>


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Posted: July 7th, 2010
at 1:53pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: contemporary,what is?,education

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Eric Tan : The Final Battle

Eric Tan
The Final Battle
24 x 36 inches, screenprint
edition of 100

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Posted: July 6th, 2010
at 10:40pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: contemporary

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The Search For Hidden Dimensions

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Brian Greene explains how extra dimensions may solve several problems in physics, and gives his stance on the possibility of a "multi-verse".>

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Posted: July 6th, 2010
at 2:29pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: youtube,science

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A Romanian Survival Kit

Dragos Roua,Aa former soldier in the Romanian army, now entrepreneur, talks about survival: be prepared, avoid excessive baggage, take good care of your health, jump to opportunities and have hope.>

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Posted: July 5th, 2010
at 4:19pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: life,weaponry,diy,entrepreneurship

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Here is a real NINJA…

Hi everyone, Kosuke and I, Hiroki, are gonna start a new series on;


We are from Japan and studied in the US last year.

We were amazed and Aimpressed by studying abroad and thought we would like to share our experiences.

Thats why we are here to share with you guys what we felt in the US and what we realized the difference between Japan and the US is.

Here are the rules of our blog;

1. We will write our blog in JAPANESE.

2. We will try to update our blog at least one week.

3. We’d LOVE if you would share your ideas and opinions- we are waiting for your comments.

Thats it. Simple and Easy.

Since we’ve never written a blog like this, we’d appreciate if you guys turn a blind eye to our mistakes.

We will start our blog soon!! CHECK IT OUT!!

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Posted: July 4th, 2010
at 9:57pm by mnp

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I’m Sorry Cards>

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Posted: July 4th, 2010
at 4:31pm by orangemenace

Categories: computers,design

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Chris Dixon on Pivoting

Ask yourself: if you started over today, would you build the same product? Chris Dixon on when to pivot because of sunk costs, having the bridge on the river kwai syndrome and solving the wrong problem.>

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Posted: July 4th, 2010
at 3:59pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: entrepreneurship

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BSDCan : One Hour Cryptography

Cryptography is hard. It usually takes many years of study before it is possible to make any serious contribution to the field; and even expert cryptographers often have flaws discovered in their work.

However, merelyAusing cryptography requires far less expertise. In this talk, I will cover everything most software developers will ever need to know about cryptography — starting from the very beginning — along with (time allowing) some of the reasons behind the recommendations I provide.

Specific topics covered will include symmetric vs. asymmetric encryption; symmetric vs. asymmetric signatures; block ciphers; block cipher modes; key lengths; message authentication codes; hash algorithms; password handling; padding for asymmetric encryption; padding for asymmetric signing; Diffie-Hellman groups; and side channel attacks. Specific attacks will be discussed only to the extent of mentioning that they exist and explaining how cryptography-using systems should be designed to thwart them.>

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Posted: July 4th, 2010
at 3:45pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: security

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Biodiversity: Invasive Alien Species

It is very difficult to identify 100 invasive species from around the world that really are "worse" than any others. Species and their interactions with ecosystems are very complex. Some species may have invaded only a restricted region, but have a high probability of expanding and causing further great damage (e.g. see Boiga irregularis: the brown tree snake). Other species may already be globally widespread, and causing cumulative but less visible damage. Many biological families or genera contain large numbers of invasive species, often with similar impacts.

Species were selected for the list according to two criteria: their serious impact on biological diversity and/or human activities, and their illustration of important issues surrounding biological invasion. To ensure the inclusion of a wide variety of examples, only one species from each genus was selected. Absence from the list does not imply that a species poses a lesser threat.>

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Posted: July 4th, 2010
at 3:15pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: green,science,10th dan

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