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VR Zone Editor's Choice: The Top Tech Picks of 2018
Ah, 2018. The year of notched smartphones, privacy scandals and artificial intelligence – you brought us plenty of political contention, healthy scepticism about our digital privacy, To close 2018, I’ve come up with my top three picks from this year’s innings. These are personal choices, so they can be subjective. Let us know on our...

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24 days ago by vrzone
Beyond the Digital Zone System - www.russellcottrell.com
What is the zone system? Can it be applied to digital imaging? There has been a lot written about this subject in the past few years; but unfortunately, much of it is based on myths and misconceptions about what the zone system is all about. Many of these misconceptions arise because when Ansel Adams wrote about it, he was usually talking about its application to black-and-white negatives; and when using that medium, it is logical to use a ten- or eleven-zone system. But he also applied it to color and transparency materials, and he wrote an entire book about Polaroid Land Photography; and it is clear from his writings that not all photographic media use ten zones, and that dividing everything into ten zones is not the point of the zone system.
digital  zone  system  photography 
4 weeks ago by insertrealname
Please stop telling me to leave my comfort zone
Our comfort zones are there to protect us, even if productivity specialists say otherwise.
comfort  zone  psychology  burnout  leadership  strength  work  stress 
5 weeks ago by rbardini
Technological and Posthuman Zones – Critical Posthumanism
Modern technology seems always to have been judged according to its utility for human beings. To the extent that technologies have been viewed as tools, instruments, or prostheses for human use, and thus under human control, they have largely been seen in positive, utopian terms.
additivism  anthropocene  environment  human  monsters  nature  posthumanism  technology  zone  stream 
7 weeks ago by therourke
Highly available applications using IBMs Cloud Foundry PaaS — Part 1: The underpinnings
However, now a new component comes into the equation, so lets look at how that affects availability. Our application, spread out across 3 AZ in a region and deployed across 2 regions with a GLB in front has an availability of 99.999975%. Let’s assume the database comes with a 99,95% SLA in one region, then the overall solution total availability becomes
ibm  bluemix  cloud  paas  availability  instance  region  zone  hub  geo  ha  high-availability 
10 weeks ago by jrsmitchell

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