lifehackable:

Let’s all help college students get knowledge they deserve for free:)
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prepaidafrica:

Fastest Growing African Shoe-Brand ‘SoleRebels’ Launches Flagship Store In Silicon Valley - Forbes

Founded in 2004 by Alemu in her community of Zenabwork, Ethiopia, SoleRebels is the first and only WFTO Fair Trade-certified footwear company. It is also the fastest growing consumer brand from Africa and the first African consumer brand to ever open stand alone branded retail stores around the globe.

The Silicon Valley store launch continues the historic push that SoleRebels is making as the very first African consumer brand to ever open its own stand-alone branded retail location in the US.

neuromorphogenesis:

Understanding Dyslexia (And Your Students Who Have It)

Everyone has heard of dyslexia, but do we truly understand what it means? 

Infographic - by Weareteachers

emergentfutures:

An Australian researcher has worked out how to store 1000TB on a CD


Dr Zongsong Gan, a researcher at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, has found a revolutionary way we can fit a whole lot more data onto traditional optical storage devices, such as CDs, and is now using that technology to help data storage keep up with demand.
In 2013, Gan and his colleagues found out how to fit 1,000 terabytes (TB), or 50,000 high-definition movies, onto a DVD - an increase from the 4.07 gigabytes they’re currently capable of storing. And he’s now been awarded one of 12 Victoria Fellowships in 2014, which will help incorporate his research into practical, mass storage devices.


Full Story: Science Alert

emergentfutures:

An Australian researcher has worked out how to store 1000TB on a CD

Dr Zongsong Gan, a researcher at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, has found a revolutionary way we can fit a whole lot more data onto traditional optical storage devices, such as CDs, and is now using that technology to help data storage keep up with demand.

In 2013, Gan and his colleagues found out how to fit 1,000 terabytes (TB), or 50,000 high-definition movies, onto a DVD - an increase from the 4.07 gigabytes they’re currently capable of storing. And he’s now been awarded one of 12 Victoria Fellowships in 2014, which will help incorporate his research into practical, mass storage devices.

Full Story: Science Alert

creativesomething:

You can have the perfect process, but without a purpose it will do you no good.

creativesomething:

You can have the perfect process, but without a purpose it will do you no good.

urbanafricancities:

African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 
Addis is my City!

urbanafricancities:

African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Addis is my City!

aurusallos:

dadatavis:

An (exquisite) animated history of the Earth

I love this guy. :D

astrodidact:

Dallol in Ethiopia is not only the hottest inhabited place on Earth, it’s also one of the weirdest. Here’s why its volcanic hot springs boast an odd neon glow via ScienceAlert
http://www.sciencealert.com.au/features/20142507-25924.html

astrodidact:

Dallol in Ethiopia is not only the hottest inhabited place on Earth, it’s also one of the weirdest. Here’s why its volcanic hot springs boast an odd neon glow via ScienceAlert

http://www.sciencealert.com.au/features/20142507-25924.html

OBAMA, ETHIOPIAN PM HAILEMARIAM DESALEGN, ETHIOPIAN FIRST LADY ROMAN TESFAYE, MICHELLE OBAMA

OBAMA, ETHIOPIAN PM HAILEMARIAM DESALEGN, ETHIOPIAN FIRST LADY ROMAN TESFAYE, MICHELLE OBAMA