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View Resource Harry Ransom Center: Stanley B. Burns, MD Tintypes Collection

The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center (HRC) has a wealth of collections related to the history of photography, many of which are now available online, including the Stanley B. Burns, MD Tintypes Collection. Dr. Stanley B. Burns, who donated the collection to HRC, is a New York City ophthalmologist who began collecting historical photographs in 1975 and established the Burns...

View Resource Pet

Pet is a simple command-line snippet manager that can be used to govern a library of shell commands. Users are able to give each stored command a name and a description, making Pet particularly helpful for rarely used or more difficult commands. The Pet site offers the following command as an example: 'echo | openssl s_client -connect 2>/dev/null | openssl x509 -dates -noout'. In...

View Resource Later

Later describes itself as a "visual marketing program for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest." It allows users to schedule posts on supported platforms via their computers for a later date. The upcoming scheduled posts can be edited on Later's drag-and-drop Visual Content Calendar. Later can post photos from your phone, desktop computer, Google Drive, or Dropbox. The Help Docs item...

View Resource Cambridge in Colour

For beginning photographers, the transition to a DSLR camera from a simple point-and-shoot or smartphone often comes with a steep learning curve. One resource that can help remedy this is Cambridge in Colour. Here, readers will find an extensive collection of free tutorials and tools created to help new digital photographers learn the ins and outs of this craft. While there are many photography...

View Resource Will Future Astronauts Need To Worry About Moonquakes?

A study published this spring in the journal Nature Geoscience made headlines with its evidence suggesting that the moon may be tectonically active. Inspired by this new research, this lesson plan from Science Friday asks students to examine seismic data collected by several of NASA's Apollo missions, as well as high-resolution images of the moon's surface that were captured more recently by the...