Micropanda (4) is sweet, bright, kind, and empathetic. He is also hypersensitive to sound, messy fingers, car motion, and water temperature, among other things. He had a rocky transition to preschool this fall - he behaves ok at school, but appears to exhaust his coping skills there, and has become volatile and meltdown-prone at home. Some deficiencies in his gross motor skills are also becoming apparent. I am becoming increasingly convinced that he has a sensory processing disorder with a motor component. On advice of our pediatrician, we have recently started him in once-weekly occupational therapy. I am wondering what other steps I need to be taking. Wall of snowflakes within. [more inside]
I would like to take multiple photographs, or video frames, and combine them in different ways. An example of this would be to take many frames of a monument on a busy day, and then generate a picture of the monument with no people by taking the empty spaces from different frames. Or to simulate a long exposure by averaging multiple frames taken over time. [more inside]
I just picked up an ASUS laptop for 100 bucks at a Black Friday sale. Now I need to continue the cheapskate theme with free word processing. [more inside]
What language should I teach design students to program in: Python or Processing? [more inside]
Should be kinda an easy question in 2014, but I’ll ask anyway: What basic word processing (and preferably free/cheap) application have you found most stable/safest and user friendly (for Mac)? [more inside]
I'd like to improve my skills at post-processing my digital photos, generally in Aperture. I'm colorblind. [more inside]
Did Voltaire or some other enlightenment writer say something like "precision in aiming artillery matters more than the size of the shells"?
Over the last year, I've had a contact form on my website with a checkbox for "Notify me when your book is done." My book is done and I'd like to email them. Around 1200 people used my contact form, and ~800 people clicked that checkbox; how do I get all of their email addresses into an excel spreadsheet? [more inside]
With the news of the iPad Air and it's wonder 64-bit A7 processor, my curiosity is up again. Will mobile devices, phones or tablets, hit a point of diminishing returns in regards to processing power and/or RAM?
I remember running across a fundraiser on a site (ala GoFundMe or Indiegogo) where they gave the donors the option to add the processing fee to their donation, or take the processing fee out of their donation amount. Which site is this?
Greetings all, I realize that this is not a medical forum, but I have been struggling with ADHD and a slower processing speed for most of my life. At times it has been somewhat manageable due to medications but right now it is not. This issue affects every aspect of my life and I wish that it did not. If I could solve my memory and processing speed issue, I'd be willing to wager that I would have a good shot at turning around my life. Has anyone struggled with this sort of stuff? If so, what has worked for you? I've read that biofeedback has worked for some people but it is very expensive and not an option right now. I have also been told that doing things like crosswords and sudoku can be of benefit and I am not very good at either one of those. I apologize, but if anyone has any solutions that has worked for them with regards to improving their memory and processing speed, please let me know regardless of how outlandish it might sound. Ultimately, the big goal is to be able to become an efficient learner and to be able to play ball in the same park as everyone else, but to this day, that has not been the cards that I have been dealt. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Is there a source anywhere for Drone Strike data (Date, kills, location etc.) available as an XML or JSON feed? I'm looking to pull in and crunch the numbers for a Processing project.
What is it called to have your test columns align vertically across rows? That is: I want the letters of one row to align with the row above it, exactly, so each character takes up the exact same width? Can we do this in Word? Thanks all you word processors out there!
I am looking for a 2D animation toolkit that helps me animate various actors, like man, woman, cat and helps in realising various actions like sleeping, running, etc. with programmatical ease. I have looked into processing.org and started to toy with simple geometric shapes, but yet to stumble across an animation with man/woman actors. Could you help me find some good resources where I could learn to animate such things? TIA.
Word/OpenOffice/LibreOffice/everything ...When I want to underline a single word in a word processing or email application I want just the letters of the word underlined not the spaces that follow it. All of the editing programs I use, when you double click on a word will highlight the word and the spaces that follow it (up to the start of the next word). So when I select underline the spaces get underlined also. I don't want that (who does?). It's ok behavior for bold and italics because you can't see if the space has gotten those attributes. But with underline you can see it and I think it's wrong and I don't want it. Why is it done this way and can I stop it? [more inside]
What command line tool should I be looking at for this slightly-intelligent batch image processing task? [more inside]
FindThisOnTheWebFilter: I vaguely remember seeing something online where someone converted entire movies into a single long image like a timeline, to better see the colour balance over the course of the movie. [more inside]
I'm buying a new laptop, and I need to be able to watch a lot of live-streaming on the web on it. So which is more important for that, RAM or CPU speed? [more inside]
I need to go through text files, each containing hundreds of lines, and copy a specific part of each line, and then add all those parts together into one long line, each part separated by a comma. But how? [more inside]
Programming challenge: pull XML data with an HTTP GET, process and/or lightly transform it, and output a csv file. Please help me figure this out in Java or tell me what other language to use. [more inside]
I've been offered a goose. To eat. The only catch is...I'll be processing it. If you've ever taken a goose from field to table, please advise me on best practices. [more inside]
Looking for reading list suggestions and search terms for fuzzy concept matching: given a list of topics, some of which might be defined by synonyms, how do you match to more exact concepts? I'm guessing that this is a natural language processing (NLP) or semantic web question but I might be wrong. [more inside]
Macbook Pro or Air for SPSS? [more inside]
What are the common tools of the trade - software, mainly - for Vimeo-wave videographers? [more inside]
How do you know your toddler may have SPD vs a toddler being a toddler? [more inside]
Give me your best examples of processed/manipulated/mangled vocals in music. [more inside]
PHPfilter: in a bit over my head: is there a native function to sort an array by a word which isn't always in a fixed position, or do I need to create one? (And if I need to create one, is this the best way to do it?) [more inside]
How can I remove some fields and the label from all the entries in a bibtex file? [more inside]
I have an audio recording of children playing. I want to take data from that recording (frequency? volume? something else?) and use those numbers to generate some sort of visual output. [more inside]
Looking for web based Open Source tool for allowing tagging of text documents by a community [more inside]
Where can I get 120 film developed in the UK/London? [more inside]
I want to make a web app(let) that features interactive animation. What tools and knowledge do I need? [more inside]
Is is possible to count words across multiple documents? [more inside]
How can I psychologically process being mugged, and move on? [more inside]
Online payment system with integrated shipping charges calculator? [more inside]
What to do about a possible Auditory Processing Disorder? [more inside]
Cheapest place to get 35mm slide film cross-processed in the UK?
How can I generate an "average image" from 200 photographs? [more inside]
Do you how to solve these weird problems with Processing/Java applet rendering in Chrome? [more inside]
Freelance writer needs a credit card processing service that a) takes AmEx, b) lets me (rather than the customer) enter the CC info, and c) is not a big hassle or expensive for me to use. [more inside]
Is there a word processor out there that acts a little bit like Excel? I'd love to have one document, but with separate "sub-documents", tabs, "worksheets". (The way an Excel spreadsheet can have multiple worksheets, accessed with a single click, and that can be added or deleted.) I'm using Windows Vista. Thank you.
I want to find the simplest/fastest possible route to get from a single frame of a film on a DVD to a small image displayed inline on a wordpress blog post. [more inside]
A friend wants me to process 1000 photos and needs it done in a hurry. She wants to know what my rate per pic will be. I have no idea!! Help! [more inside]
I have a vexing issue with Java/Processing.org threads and am looking for a Java community to turn to for help. When I was a Perl devotee Perlmonks was invaluable. What's the java (and, importantly, processing.org tolerant) equivalent?
How possible is it to elongate vowels in audio processing? [more inside]
Are there any crackpot signal processors in the house? [more inside]
Does anyone have any experience with self-absorption/egocentricity? I've been noticing the fact that whenever I'm talking with others, I tend to bring the conversation around to myself. I keep telling myself not to talk about myself, but people ask questions and when they do I tend to fall for it every time. How do you make conversations with others and build friendships without talking about yourself? [more inside]
Looking for a universally compatible word processing program that can I download for free off the internet. [more inside]
Recommend some music like Bon Iver's Woods, Imogen Heap's Hide and Seek, Beardyman, and some of Jamie Lidell - which feature nothing (or very little) but the human voice modified by electronics. Augmented acapellas, if you will.
Canning season is here - we need advice on how to keep our pickled veggies crunchy! [more inside]