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Historic Manuscript Filled with Beautiful Illustrations of Cuban Flowers & Plants Is Now Online (1826 )

The internet has become an essential back up system for thousands of pieces of historical art, science, and literature, and also for a specialized kind of text incorporating them all in degrees: the illustrated natural science book, from the golden ages of book illustration and philosophical naturalism in Europe and the Americas. We’ve seen some fine digital reproductions of the illustrated Nomenclature of Colors by Abraham Gottlob Werner, for example—a book that accompanied Darwin on his Beagl...
Tags: Google, Art, Europe, Books, Science, College, Cuba, Cornell, Darwin, Mary, Facebook Twitter, Josef Albers, Josh Jones, Euclid, Mary Shelley, Goethe

WeWork just made its first acquisition of 2019, snapping up a visitor identity and behavior company

WeWork is diving more aggressively into software sales. Just six months after spending $100 million in cash on Teem, a Salt Lake City-based office management startup, the company has acquired Euclid, a data platform that tracks the identity and behavior of people in the physical world. WeWork isn’t saying what it’s paying for the nine-year-old, Bay Area-based company, which raised $43.6 million over the years and whose brand will be put to rest. But the deal is clearly an effort to move WeWork f...
Tags: Google, TC, Facebook, New York, Microsoft, Saudi Arabia, Softbank, San Francisco, Tech, Chelsea, Salt Lake City, WeWork, Abu Dhabi, Bay Area, Shiva Rajaraman, Adam Neumann

Byrne's Euclid Poster - a colorful detailed...

Byrne's Euclid Poster - a colorful detailed poster of every geometric illustration from Oliver Byrne’s colorful 1847 edition of Euclid’s Elements. (Want more? See and [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, Byrne, Euclid, Oliver Byrne

Harold Lloyd matriculated to Ontario for ‘The Freshman’

Ninety-five years ago this year, one of the world’s biggest movie stars came to Ontario. Harold Lloyd was here in 1924 to film scenes at the Southern Pacific Depot for “The Freshman,” in which he played naive college freshman Harold Lamb. A crew of 80 filmed at the station and on nearby streets in the downtown core. The visit “threw considerable stir into the affairs of Ontario,” the Daily Report wrote, as “plenty of Ontario spectators” gawked at the filming. In “The Freshman,” Harold Lamb is a ...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, Movies, California, Los Angeles, Sport, History, Soccer, Pasadena, Local News, Berkeley, Lamb, Chamber of Commerce, Usc, Amtrak, Bay Area

Akron Legislator Chosen Minority Leader in Ohio House

The election of Republican Speaker Larry Householder caused a shakeup among Ohio House Democrats as well. They’ve now picked new leadership, and for the first time women make up a majority of that team. Third-term Rep. Emilia Sykes of Akron announced for Minority Leader right after Fred Strahorn (D-Dayton) resigned. Strahorn, who’d been leader for five years, had voted to retain Speaker Ryan Smith (R-Bidwell), while the majority of the Democratic caucus, including Sykes, backed Larry Householder...
Tags: Democrats, Sykes, Ryan Smith, Toledo, Akron, Democratic, Ohio House, Karen Kasler, Euclid, Ohio House of Representatives, Paula Hicks Hudson, Bidwell, Emilia Sykes, Strahorn, Kristin Boggs, Larry Householder

The corner store could be Congress' next privacy challenge

Lawmakers have to figure out new privacy rules for offline stores now to catch up with tech giants' hunger for user data. Companies profile consumers in stores and on streets, just like they do online. The practice presents a headache for lawmakers and regulators because it's harder to address privacy offline than online. In crafting new privacy laws to cover tech giants' vast appetite for user data, lawmakers are finding that they're having to draw up new rules for the old-fashioned brick-an...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Taylor Swift, Congress, California, Washington Post, Trends, Walmart, Bloomberg, Coo, Federal Trade Commission, Euclid, Serge Matta, Sen Jerry Moran R Kansas, Groundtruth

A Beautifully-Designed Edition of Euclid’s Elements from 1847 Gets Digitized: Explore the New Online, Interactive Reproduction

For two millennia, Euclid's Elements, the foundational ancient work on geometry by the famed Greek mathematician, was required reading for educated people. (The “classically educated” read them in the original Greek.) The influence of the Elements in philosophy and mathematics cannot be overstated; so inspiring are Euclid’s proofs and axioms that Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote a sonnet in his honor. But over time, Euclid’s principles were streamlined into textbooks, and the Elements was read les...
Tags: Google, Art, Books, Math, London, College, Facebook Twitter, Byrne, Josh Jones, Euclid, Taschen, Werner, Durham NC Follow, Edward Tufte, Nicholas Rougeux, Rougeux

Holiday Shopping: What Small Businesses Need to Know

By Rieva Lesonsky For many entrepreneurs and small business owners, this is a make or break time of year. The good news is the National Retail Federation (NRF) consumers will spend an average of $1,007.24 this holiday season, up 4.1% more than year than they did in 2017. Overall, according to NRF’s annual holiday spending forecast, holiday retail sales in November and December will be up between 4.3% and 4.8% for a total between $717.45 billion and $720.89 billion. Want to know how you can sell ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Pinterest, America, Bank Of America, Ppc, Santa, Splacer, Alignable, Nrf, Right Now, Baby Boomer, National Retail Federation, Facebook Instagram, GuideStar

One dead, one injured in separate SD shootings

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — One man is dead and another person was injured after two separate shootings just miles apart early Saturday.The first shooting occurred in the Lincoln Park area before 3:30 a.m. near Euclid and Imperial avenues. A suspect wearing dark clothing reportedly shot at a group of transients, according to San Diego Police.One person was hit by debris from the gunshot and taken to the hospital as a precaution.MAP: Track crime happening in your neighborhoodA second shooting occurred abo...
Tags: News, San Diego, Lincoln Park, Euclid, South 45th Street

Shuffle: The Choir Will Sing Again at the Beachland Ballroom This Weekend

One of Cleveland’s most successful local bands of the 1960s is reuniting this weekend. This week’s Shuffle examines The Choir, their lost album, and their upcoming shows at The Beachland Ballroom. Jim Bonfanti spent the 1960s providing the foundation for The Choir, both on the drums and by being the only constant member of the band’s ever-changing lineup. “I was in a band from Euclid called The Caverns. The Mods were from Mentor – they all went to Mentor High School. All I knew is that The Caver...
Tags: Cleveland, Kabir Bhatia, Euclid, Beachland Ballroom, Jim Bonfanti, Bonfanti

Morning Headlines: Hopkins To Spend $3M To Alleviate Traffic; Akron Schools Face $2M Deficit

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, October 23: Hopkins airport gets approval to spend $3M; Akron school district faces $2M deficit; Akron residents question officer's use of force; Kasich fires agriculture director; Clergy members allege discrimination in police division; Euclid officer to get job back after hitting a man during traffic stop; Ohio bill focuses on use, funding of school features like AC; Health officials confirm three new cases of polio-like disease in Ohio; Judge rejec...
Tags: Ohio, 3m, Hopkins, Akron, Ac, Kasich, Cleveland City Council, Euclid, Dimora, Clergy, Akron Schools Face, 3M Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

A short history of spacetime from Euclid to LIGO

A year ago today, the world learned that a huge team of scientists around the world had confirmed the existence of gravitational waves. Here, David Blair, from the Australian International Gravitational Research Centre, traces the long history of discovery that led to breakthrough.
Tags: Space, Ligo, Euclid, David Blair

Hangin’ Around

The space close to Earth is getting crowded. It’s filling up with spacecraft, old rocket stages, and lots of other debris. The space a million miles behind Earth is getting crowded, too. It’s filling up with space telescopes. That point is known as L2. The gravity of Earth and the Sun are balanced there. So any spacecraft that goes there stays there. It’s a good spot for telescopes because their view isn’t blocked by Earth. They can be kept cooler there, too. That allows them to study some of th...
Tags: Space, Earth, James Webb Space Telescope, Damond Benningfield, Euclid

Police departments can decide if their black-and-whites are really black and white

Q. Dear Honk: When and how was it decided that all city and county police departments surrounding Los Angeles would paint their squad cars with the same black-and-white combination? I am originally from Chicago, where all of the suburban and state police cars have painted their cars with their own color combination with none matching the big city’s blue and white. I would think it would be easier to determine who is who during car chases or multi-city emergencies if each city and county had thei...
Tags: News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, DMV, Marilyn Monroe, Local News, Orange, Anaheim, Julien, Monroe, Irvine, Mohr, Euclid

Morning Headlines: Cuyahoga County Passes LGBTQ Ordinance; Cedar Point Fined

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, September 26: Cuyahoga County passes LGBTQ ordinance; Cedar Point fined for safety violations; Cleveland agrees to pay $3.7 million to family of Euclid man shot by off-duty officer; University of Akron receives grant for sexual misconduct prevention programs; Advocates raise concern over now-closed psychiatric unit Aultman Hospital in Stark; Cuyahoga County passes LGBTQ ordinance Tuesday night the Cleveland City Council passed an ordinance protectin...
Tags: Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland City Council, Euclid, University of Akron, Cedar Point, Mark Arehart, Aultman Hospital, Republican Party of Cuyahoga County

Morning Headlines: Cuyahoga County Passes LGBT Ordinance; Cedar Point Fined for Safety Violations

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, September 26: Cuyahoga County passes LGBT ordinance; Cedar Point fined for safety violations; Cleveland agrees to pay $3.7 million to family of Euclid man shot by off-duty officer; University of Akron receives grant for sexual misconduct prevention programs; Advocates raise concern over now-closed psychiatric unit Aultman Hospital in Stark; Cuyahoga County passes LGBT ordinance Tuesday night the Cleveland City Council passed an ordinance protecting ...
Tags: Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland City Council, Euclid, University of Akron, Cedar Point, Mark Arehart, Aultman Hospital, Republican Party of Cuyahoga County

The Story Behind Raphael’s Masterpiece ‘The School of Athens’ And the Zoroaster Connection

Long before Rafael the hotheaded, red eye mask wearing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle entertained children onscreen, there was Rafael the esteemed painter who’d won over a cultured crowd of art connoisseurs. By his mid-20s, Raphael Sanzio was already a star. At the top of his game, this master of the Italian Renaissance had been invited by the pope to live in Rome, where he would spend the rest of his days. Starting in 1509 he began decorating the first of four rooms in the Papal Palace. Collective...
Tags: Opinion, Life, Rome, Athens, Raphael, Florence, Aristotle, Plato, St Peter, Giorgio Vasari, Socrates, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Euclid, Rafael, Julius

"Have I got a college for you. For your first two years, your regimen includes ancient Greek. And I do mean Greek, the language..."

"... not Greece, the civilization, though you’ll also hang with Aristotle, Aeschylus, Thucydides and the rest of the gang. There’s no choice in the matter. There’s little choice, period. Let your collegiate peers elsewhere design their own majors and frolic with Kerouac. For you it’s Kant. You have no major, only 'the program,' an exploration of the Western canon that was implemented in 1937 and has barely changed."From "The Most Contrarian College in America/What’s the highest calling of higher...
Tags: Greece, Education, Law, America, Washington Dc, John, Kerouac, Newton, St John, Galileo, Frank Bruni, Annapolis, Johnny, Hegel, St Johns, Copernicus

“I think we could do this”

by Rosalind Hughes   It began with a chance encounter, a family connection; because it’s all about relationship.   That was what struck me talking with the Revd Dr Lisa Tucker-Gray about the music and dance camp for Syrian refugee children hosted at Trinity Episcopal Church in Toledo this summer. circle time It began as a simple request: can we use your building? Sara Jobin, who served until recently as resident conductor of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, had seen a film about a music camp ...
Tags: UK, New York, Religion, US, America, Syria, Martin Luther King Jr, Mediterranean, US supreme court, Toledo, Trump, Euclid, Trinity Episcopal Church, Cleveland OH, Jobin, Sara Jobin

5 Ways to Promote Your Small Business’s Values – Without Getting Political

As transparency becomes increasingly important in business, more and more consumers prefer businesses with values that support their own beliefs and causes. How can your business promote its values? Supporting charitable organizations is one way, of course: In a recent study conducted by Euclid, Brand Perception Effect, 85% of consumers say they prefer to patronize business that give to charities. Your business could also take a political stand — although that could be a risky move with the pot...
Tags: Sales, America, Management, Chamber of Commerce, Euclid, Euclid Brand Perception Effect

Stolen vehicle involved in hit-and-run crash

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash in City Heights, that has turned into a stolen vehicle case.It started when a red SUV crashed into a Black SUV on the corner of Euclid and Polk Avenues around 4:30 p.m. Friday.A man and woman fled the scene. Police say the man was carrying a black backpack. Paramedics were called to the scene, but no one was hurt in the crash, according to police. According to the DMV, when they ran the plates of the stolen car, it didn’t match the ...
Tags: News, DMV, San Diego, Euclid, City Heights, KGTV Police

Complexity in Oxford

Oxford, England is in the middle of a heat wave and it handles high temperatures about as well as Atlanta handles snow. But that can't stop the complexity and a wonderful workshop this past week. It's my first trip to Oxford since I came five years ago to celebrate the opening of the Andrew Wiles building, a building that hosted this weeks' workshop as well. We also got a chance to see old math and physics texts. Here's Euclid's algorithm from an old printing of Euclid's Elements. Unlike...
Tags: Seo, Atlanta, Oxford, Euclid, Oxford England, Andrew Wiles, Ryan Williams, Lance Fortnow, Ryan O Donnell, Ran Raz, Raz Tal, Cody Murray, Sasha Razborov, Avishay Tal, Toni Pitassi, Yuval Ishai

The invasion of mayflies happening in NE Ohio

It's that time of year in northeast Ohio — mayfly season.The tiny flying bugs are a summer staple in the Cleveland area, and swarms of the critters were spotted hanging out on cars and roads Thursday morning.Adult mayflies usually live for 24 hours, and its sole purpose is to find partners and a mate before it dies.Mayflies go by other common names such as shadfly, sandfly, dayfly and fishfly. In their aquatic stage, they're referred to as nymphs and are widely distributed and seen in fr...
Tags: Ohio, National, Lake Erie, Cleveland, Rudd, Euclid, Scripps, Joe Donatelli

Rite-Aid blasts Barry Manilow to shoo loiterers

Dave Weber first heard it when he stopped for a cup of coffee.Lorne Polk called it lovely.And Guadalupe Perez said she could use more of it. Each - referring to the Barry Manilow and classical music a San Diego Rite-Aid recently started playing outside on loudspeakers virtually around the clock. "I thought it was somebody that had incredibly good taste in their car," Weber said. It's actually Rite-Aid's way of sending away loiterers that have been sleeping and hanging out around the stor...
Tags: News, Perez, Weber, Polk, Oak Park, Barry Manilow, Manilow, Euclid Avenue, Euclid, San Diego Police, Guadalupe Perez, Dave Weber, Lorne Polk, San Diego Rite Aid

Police: Ohio residents surprised by 2 burglars

EUCLID, Ohio (AP) — Police say Ohio residents were surprised by two burglars in their home, including one armed with a gun. The Euclid Police Department says officers were called to the scene at 1:15 p.m. Sunday after the Euclid residents fled and went to a neighbor’s house. A SWAT team arrived at the scene […]
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How a suspected gang member’s traffic stop led to a crucial privacy case (ars technica)

Enlarge (credit: Tomás Del Coro / Flickr) The following is an excerpt of Habeas Data, which shows how the explosive growth of surveillance technology has outpaced our understanding of the ethics, mores, and laws of privacy. Award-winning tech reporter Cyrus Farivar makes the case by taking ten historic court decisions that defined our privacy rights and matching them against the capabilities of modern technology. This particular section explores the run up to the landmark 2013 Supreme Court c...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, California, Catholic Church, Cyrus Farivar, Riley, Imperial, San Diego California, Euclid, Melville House, St Rita, Habeas Data, Greene Cat Liquors

Amazon Representatives Stop in Northeast Ohio

Representatives from Amazon were in Northeast Ohio Thursday to meet with elected officials and talk about what the company can do to aid small businesses. The meeting took place at Tri-C's Corporate College East campus, just minutes away from where Amazon is building a fulfillment warehouse. Participants included the Mayors of Warrensville Heights and Euclid, and Congresswoman Marcia Fudge , whose district encompasses the future warehouse site. Speaking to an Amazon rep, Fudge said she hopes tha...
Tags: Amazon, Ohio, Northeast Ohio, Warrensville Heights, Euclid, Marcia Fudge, Adrian Ma, Amazon Representatives Stop, Tri C s Corporate College East, Amazon rep Fudge

Digital Marketing News: Video Ad Spend Up, Snap’s Unskippable Ads, & Instagram’s Latest

Digital video ad spend keeps rising, with social media (i.e., Facebook) set to see most growth Social media and digital video advertising spending will see the biggest gains over the next year, according to new IAB study data from $1M+ buyers, with two-thirds planning to move traditional video budgets to digital video. Marketing Land Unskippable six-second video ads are coming to Snapchat Snapchat plans to test short unskippable ads, in what would be an about-face from the firm’s traditional...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Seo, Tencent, Forrester, Online Marketing News, Iab, Lee Odden, Euclid, Snapchat Snapchat, Google My Business GMB, Digital Marketing News, Steve Slater, MediaPost Google

Who would live within a few feet of freight trains speeding along railroad tracks? Transients and homeless people

It’s a cycle of frustration: Residents and merchants in Anaheim call Union Pacific Railroad and local police about the tents of homeless people — and growing piles of trash — cropping up between Euclid and Brookhurst streets within a few feet of the train tracks. Police come out periodically to assist a lone Union Pacific safety officer to clear out the area. Then, within a week or so, the tents are back again. More than just a problem in Anaheim, homeless encampments on railroad property pose a...
Tags: News, California, La, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, West Coast, Local News, Southern California, Santa Monica, Anaheim, Jacobs, Union Pacific, Board of Supervisors, LA County, Euclid

What's going on Tuesday?

Tonight's NYC shows include George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, First Aid Kit, Glasser, milo, Sleigh Bells, Homeshake, and more. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Music News, Milo, Euclid, Heavy Birds, What's Going on Tonight in NYC, BrooklynVegan Staff, Winkie, Homeshake, Courtship Ritual, Jpegmafia, Toyzanne, Veda Rays