This one has been around awhile — and it really does a good job. “Scan” old photo prints with your phone with Google PhotoScan. It actually stitches together five copies of a photo to create a digital copy. This video explains some of the science behind this seemingly simple app.
From the Google Earth Engine.
Deborah Fisher, executive director of the Tennessee Coalition for Open Government (TCOG), will review legislative changes to the public records act in the past three years, as well as some key court decisions regarding access at an East Tennessee Society of Professional Journalists meeting on tonight (Oct. 25). Join us! The meeting will be at […]
Watch his whole speech at ASNE/APME in Washington on Oct. 9, 2017.
Check out the Press Freedom Tracker. Story here.
I’ve been using Plex for several months now and it just got news. Coupled with the iOS app, I use it as a personal Spotify. I find it less compelling for streaming video, but I don’t own a lot of video to stream. It does photos, but there may be better alternatives. it is a […]