It’s summer time and to a kid just out of school, it’s fun time. The last thing a kid wants to think about is school, books, teachers or projects. So how do you keep their brains sprightly throughout their exciting summer? Here’s a video with a few tips and ideas in keeping your child’s brain up and running throughout their summer vacation.
Middle school teacher Jessica Lahey and psychologist Jennifer Hartstein discuss the “summer slide”: kids losing months of learning over the summer. They share tips and book suggestions to get your kids reading this summer so they’ll do better when they return to school. (TODAY)
The amount of “things” connected through the internet remains endless and that’s where Ayla Networks sees the greatest opportunity. Ayla plans to connect “things” in as many ways possible in order to make “things” as simple as possible for it’s customers. See what Ayla Networks has already done and what they plan on doing in the future.
THE INTERNET OF THINGS Ayla The Internet of Things seems like a slam dunk if your perspective comes from roaming the halls of Google, Apple, Qualcomm or upstarts like Nest. Simply connect that “thing” to an Android or iPhone app and make it do what you want with a tap on a touchscreen.
Imagine opening a computer and finding that the manufacturer hasn’t bothered to provide multicoloured wires in the tangle of cords. Now multiply that tangle of grey wires by 100m, unplug the power …
New studies show that in the future, traumatic brain injuries may add an extra risk of stroke. After undergoing a traumatic brain injury, compared to those who just go through a trauma, people gain an extra 30% chance of experiencing a stroke.
Experiencing a traumatic brain injury could raise your risk of having a stroke in the future, a new study suggests. Researchers from the University of…
At some point everyone runs into a web design problem or two. Here’s a full list of different problems one may endure and why it’s a bigger problem then you think. So learn a little! See what mistakes others have made before you, learn from them, and save yourself the hassle of fixing them in the future.
Lessons learned from two years of collecting screenshots of poor experiences on mobile websites. Direct Link to Article – Permalink Mobile Web Problems and How to Avoid Them is a post from CSS-Tricks