Knowledge Sharing Through Technology:8th International Conference on Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning, ICT 2013, Hong Kong, China, July 10-11, 2013 Communications in Computer and Information Science. Auflage 2013
The definitive inside account of the file-sharing revolution that overthrew the music industry, All the Rave reveals the family betrayal, greed, and mismanagement that hijacked one the most fundamental innovations of the Internet era. Named one of the three best books of 2003 by Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc., All the Rave has been out of print until now and unavailable in most electronic formats. Author and veteran technology journalist Joseph Menn also wrote 2010´s Fatal System Error: The Hunt for the New Crime Lords who are Bringing Down the Internet.As an added bonus, this audiobook includes a special interview with the author, conducted by Susie Bright. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Rubinstein. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/009819de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Knowledge Sharing Through Technology:8th International Conference on Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning, ICT 2013, Hong Kong, China, July 10-11, 2013
In this issue:´´Inside 23andMe Founder Anne Wojcicki’s $99 DNA Revolution´´: The genetic-testing company can tell you how to live smarter, better, and longer. It can also tell you what might kill you.´´Against the Tide´´: The Dutch are sharing – and selling – what they´ve learned from centuries of catastrophic floods. ´´Inside Twitter’s Vision for a TV-Powered, Profitable Future´´: Twitter’s mission to woo stars, networks, and advertisers – and transform the company into an IPO-worthy role model for every startup.´´Let A Billion Streams Bloom´´: Spotify is luring millions of listeners, irritating artists – and quite possibly saving the beleaguered music business. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ken Borgers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/fast/131101de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Python Forensics provides many never-before-published proven forensic modules, libraries, and solutions that can be used right out of the box. In addition, detailed instruction and documentation provided with the code samples will allow even novice Python programmers to add their own unique twists or use the models presented to build new solutions. Rapid development of new cybercrime investigation tools is an essential ingredient in virtually every case and environment. Whether you are performing post-mortem investigation, executing live triage, extracting evidence from mobile devices or cloud services, or you are collecting and processing evidence from a network, Python forensic implementations can fill in the gaps. Drawing upon years of practical experience and using numerous examples and illustrative code samples, author Chet Hosmer discusses how to: Develop new forensic solutions independent of large vendor software release schedules Participate in an open-source workbench that facilitates direct involvement in the design and implementation of new methods that augment or replace existing tools Advance your career by creating new solutions along with the construction of cutting-edge automation solutions to solve old problems Provides hands-on tools, code samples, and detailed instruction and documentation that can be put to use immediately Discusses how to create a Python forensics workbench Covers effective forensic searching and indexing using Python Shows how to use Python to examine mobile device operating systems: iOS, Android, and Windows 8 Presents complete coverage of how to use Python scripts for network investigation Chet Hosmer is the Chief Scientist & Sr. Vice President at Allen Corporation and a co-founder of WetStone Technologies, Inc. Chet has been researching and developing technology and training for the digital forensic market for almost two decades. He has also been a frequent contributor to technical and news stories relating to digital investigation and has been interviewed and quoted by IEEE, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Government Computer News, Salon.com and Wired Magazine. Chet also serves as a visiting professor at Utica College where he teaches in the Cybersecurity Graduate program. Chet delivers keynote and plenary talks on various cyber security related topics around the world each year.
Intranets and Push Technology: Creating an Information-Sharing Environment: Paul Pedley
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This book examines electric car sharing in cities from a variety of perspectives, from service design to simulation, from mathematical modeling to technology deployment, and from energy use improvement to the integration of different kinds of vehicle. The contents reflect the outcomes of the Green Move project, undertaken by Politecnico di Milano with the aim of fostering an innovative and easily accessible electric vehicle sharing system. The first section of the book illustrates the car sharing service, covering service design, the configuration of the vehicle sharing model and the Milan mobility pattern, analysis of local demand and supply, testing of the condominium-based car sharing model, and communication design for social engagement. The second section then explains the technological choices, from the architecture of the system and dynamic applications to information management, the smartphone-based energy-oriented driving assistance system, automatic fleet balancing systems, and real-time monitoring of vehicle positions. In the final section, readers will find descriptions of the simulation model, a model to estimate potential users of the service, and a model for a full-scale electric car sharing service in Milan. Daniele F. Bignami is Research Project Manager in the Project Development Department of the Fondazione Politecnico di Milano in Milan, Italy. In 2014, he was awarded the National Scientific Qualification of Associate Professor (sector: Urban and Landscape Planning and Design). He has recently been collaborating with the Italian National Civil Protection Department and the Institute for an Industrial Safety Culture (Toulouse, France). He is the author of more than 30 articles and co-editor of the Springer book Sustainable Social, Economic and Environmental Revitalization in Multan City (2016). Alberto C. Vitale is Full Professor of Operations Research and Deputy Director, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano. He has been president of a center for innovative technologies for didactics and has been a consultant or board member for various Italian public bodies such as the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Work. He has taught at several universities, including the University of Paris-Dauphine and Tongji University, Shanghai and has published more than 300 papers. Alessandro Luè is an environmental and land planning engineer who has been working at Poliedra, a consortium at the Politecnico di Milano, since 1999. From 2002 to 2010 he was adjunct professor for the course Methods and models for decision-making in transportation. In 2015, he gained a PhD in Design at Politecnico di Milano for a thesis on the integration of decision aiding and design methods for the development of mobility services and systems. Roberto Nocerino is an environmental and land planning engineer who has been working with Poliedra since 2008, mainly on projects dealing with decision support systems, innovative systems for sustainable mobility, and smart cities. In 2013 he gained a second degree in Agrotechnology for the Environment and the Territory (Università degli Studi di Milano). He is responsible for Poliedras activites i n an SCC H2020 project (Sharing Cities) and an IEE project (Pro-E-Bike, now concluded). Matteo G. Rossi is Assistant Professor at Politecnico di Milano, from which he received a PhD in Computer Engineering and Automation. He also holds a Diplome dIngenieur from the École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées (ENSTA, Paris). His research interests are mainly in formal methods for safety-critical and real-time systems. He has participated in various national and international projects, including SMScom (EU, 2008-13), MADES (EU, 2010-2), DICE (EU, 2015-7), and IT2Rail (EU, 2015-7). Sergio M. Savaresi has been Full Professor in Automatic Control at Politecnico di Milano since 2006, and Chair of the Systems & Control Section of the Department of Electronics and Computer Sciences. His main interests are in the areas of vehicle control, automotive systems, data analysis and system identification, non-linear control theory, and control applications. He is an associate editor of a number of journals and has published more than 400 scientific publications. He is also a cofounder and partner of four spin-off companies.