Day: May 8, 2020

Providence College | A Catholic College in Rhode Island and New England

providencecolDuring his time in Friartown, Jack Murphy ’20 worked for social justice in Guatemala, Mexico, and Nicaragua. Now the social work and Spanish double major has been awarded a @FulbrightPrgrm English Teaching Assistantship to Paraguay.

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providencecolNicole Gottleib ’20 felt prepared to teach in another country after a semester teaching in Italy with PC’s Diversity in Education Program — an “incredibly challenging, and rare” experience because most education programs don’t include study abroad.
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Computer Emulators

 CCS64   Windows   Freeware          Rating: No Star8.4 (15 Votes)    Commodore64 Emulator  VICE   Windows   Freeware          Rating: No Star8.3 (35 Votes)    C64, C128, VIC20, all the PET models, PLUS4 and CBM-II emulator.  ScummVM   Many   Open Source          Rating: No Star8.2 (18 Votes)    open source game engine  BizHawk    Windows   Open-Source          Rating: No Star8.1 (909 Votes)    Multi-system emulator designed for Tool-Assisted Speedruns (TAS)  DOSBox   Many   Freeware          Rating: Half StarNo Star7.9 (18 Votes)    DOS-emulator  RetroArch    Multi-platform   Open-Source          Rating: No StarNo Star7.6 (321 Votes)    Frontend for the Libretro API, effectively a multi-system emulator  Neko Project II   Windows   Freeware          Rating: No StarNo Star7.5 (16 Votes)    PC-9801E emulator.  Mini vMac   Many   Freeware          Rating: Half StarNo StarNo Star7.0 (10 Votes)    A miniature Macintosh emulator  YAPE   Windows   Freeware          Rating: Half StarNo StarNo Star7.0 (3 Votes)    Commodore plus/4 emulator.  CPCE   Windows/Dos   Freeware          Rating: No StarNo StarNo Star6.6 (8 Votes)    Amstrad CPC Emulator  Hoxs64   Windows   Freeware          Rating: No StarNo StarNo StarNo Star5.8 (9 Votes)    Commodore 64 emulator  PearPC   Windows   Freeware          Rating: Half StarNo StarNo StarNo StarNo Star3.2 (29 Votes)    PowerPC architecture emulator, which allows Mac OS X emulation on PC

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Use Google Calendar appointment slots – Computer

This feature is available only with a work or school Google Calendar account.

You can set up a block of appointments on your calendar that other people can reserve. For example, professors can invite their students to reserve time during office hours each week.

Appointment slots are useful when you don’t know who needs to meet with you, but you want to make yourself available. You can offer people a block of time on your calendar that they can book time slots within. For example, you can set aside 2 hours that you’re available to meet with people in 30-minute slots. Others can then book one of the 30-minute slots within that time that works best for them.

Set up & share appointment slots

How appointment slots relate to regular events

When you create a block of appointment slots, the block shows up as a single event on your calendar.

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Software Outsourcing Company, Software Development Company, Mobile Programming, Enterprise Mobility Solution


A-1 Technology Inc. (Software Outsourcing Company) an ISO 9001-2008 Certified and STPI Registered Offshore Software Development Company promises to provide highly qualitative and cost effective Custom Application Development to its clients globally. We have extensive experience in many sectors like Mobile Application Development, .net development, Linux Programming, Flash and flex Development etc.


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Social Networking Application Development


We have entered the new era of enterprise mobility which has been made possible via technology advancement and its abridged cost structures. Consumer uptake is the fuel that is driving this trend. Now, what enterprises need is a differing strategy that clouts investments in the employee’s personal technology to form a more mobile, responsive and cost efficient platform for business.


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Welcome to MoAT!

Missouri Assistive Technology strives to increase access to assistive technology for Missourians with all types of disabilities, of all ages. To the right are navigation links to the programs and services of MoAT.

 

We’re Glad to Be Back!

We are even more pleased to let you know that all of our programs and services are fully operational again. We remain committed to assuring the health and well-being of all Missourians as we work to address your assistive technology needs.

 


MoAT Service Snapshot

In State FY 2019, MoAT delivered 7,640 assistive devices and provided support services to 23,671 Missourians with disabilities, family members and professionals.




Count

 Topic

1.931

  Assistive devices loaned

2,006

  Device demonstrations conducted

2,020

  TAP for Telephone & Internet devices provided

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Add a Google calendar to your website

You can add an interactive version of your calendar to your website, and add buttons for your website visitors to save your calendar events.

Embed a calendar on your website

  1. On a computer, open Google Calendar. You can only get the code to embed in your website from a computer, not the Google Calendar app. 
  2. In the top right, click Settings  and then Settings.
  3. On the left side of the screen, click the name of the calendar you want to embed.
  4. In the “Integrate calendar” section, copy the iframe code displayed. 
  5. Under the embed code, click Customize.
  6. Choose your options, then copy the HTML code displayed.

Your embedded calendar will only be visible to people you’ve shared it with. To allow all visitors to see your calendar, you’ll need to make it public.

Let site visitors save a calendar event

You can add a Google Calendar button to your website so

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Mouse Designs that will elevate every gadget lover’s desktop!

We are accustomed to being constantly exposed to stimulus…be it shopping, Netflix, Instagram, or the tons of other attention-stealing activities that rule our day, attention is the currency these days and we have been too busy looking and being lost in all these until we were quarantined. Being limited in our space and exposure, we have come to see and appreciate the objects we own. Everyday common designs such as the humble mouse are such a part of our routine, we never really see how we could differentiate in them! In come the designers who took it up as a challenge to make the best of this gadget. From environmentally conscious design, a Charles Eames inspired design to a mouse design that runs away from you when your working hours are over, there is a mouse design you never knew you wanted but now that you see it, you surely

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You are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto – Jaron Lanier

Jaron Lanier, a Silicon Valley visionary since the 1980s, was among the first to predict the revolutionary changes the World Wide Web would bring to commerce and culture. Now, in his first book, written more than two decades after the web was created, Lanier offers this provocative and cautionary look at the way it is transforming our lives for better and for worse.

The current design and function of the web have become so familiar that it is easy to forget that they grew out of programming decisions made decades ago. The web’s first designers made crucial choices (such as making one’s presence anonymous) that have had enormous—and often unintended—consequences. What’s more, these designs quickly became “locked in,” a permanent part of the web’s very structure.

Lanier discusses the technical and cultural problems that can grow out of poorly considered digital design and warns that our financial markets and sites

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