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How to Make Animated GIFs on a Smartphone: Scientific American
Olympics news coverage revitalized the animated GIF, or graphics interchange format. Make your own Once the hallmark of low-end online ads-dancing girls for dating sites and jiggling bellies for weight loss products-animated GIF images are popping up everywhere. You'll see them used throughout Tumblr and even on big news sites in place of video.
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The John Platt Article Library: Five new eco-themed articles
Computer problems this past week slowed me down quite a bit, but I'm quickly catching up now that my new computer is up and running. Yeah, the old one was on its way out. I had hoped to make it last another six months, but I figured keeping a dying PC on life support would just slow my productivity down.
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences :: Café Scientifique 2012--July 31 Matrai
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; (202)747-3255, ext. 103. Clouds Over the Arctic-Bigelow July 31 Café Scientifique Focuses on Arctic Cloud Cover and Climate EAST BOOTHBAY, ME - Polar researcher and Bigelow Senior Research Scientist Dr. Paty Matrai will lead a July 31 Café Scientifique discussion titled Anatomy of an Arctic Cloud-Sea Ice, Aerosols, and Microgels, beginning at 6 p.m.