Tiii.me calculates your total time you’ve spent watching TV shows. Interesting.
face blurring – a new tool that allows you to obscure faces within videos with the click of a button.
As citizens continue to play a critical role in supplying news and human rights footage from around the world, YouTube is committed to creating even better tools to help them. According to the international human rights organization WITNESS’ Cameras Everywhere report, “No video-sharing site or hardware manufacturer currently offers users the option to blur faces or protect identity.”
YouTube is excited to be among the first.
Whether you want to share sensitive protest footage without exposing the faces of the activists involved, or share the winning point in your 8-year-old’s basketball game without broadcasting the children’s faces to the world, our face blurring technology is a first step towards providing visual anonymity for video on YouTube.
Visual anonymity in video allows people to share personal footage more widely and to speak out when they otherwise may not.
an open-access, user-generated database of creative activism. It’s a place to share, read about, and comment upon experiences and examples of how activists and artists are using creative tactics and strategies to challenge power and offer visions of a better society.
And yet another of my new favorite websites.
Human Mode wants to help humans disconnect from their phones and be there for a change. You know, be humans again.
You can get the human mode app here.
In an attempt to instill philanthropic values into other successful students, Berkshire Hathaway founder, Warren Buffet, who has also pledged to give away almost all of his $58 billion fortune wants to teach you how to give money away.
Warren Buffet is leading a new, free online course that will teach students how to give money away.
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Donate A Photo is Johnson & Johnson’s new app that turns your photos into good deeds.
You can donate one photo a day, every day and for every photo you share Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 to a cause you choose to help, like fixing up a public park, getting medicine for an infant or helping kids play sports safely.
You can get the app on Google Play Store or The App store for free.