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Question 11: Space Policy

So it is no surprise that both candidates propose ambitious space policies in their Science Debate 2008 answers. Talking about the grandiose themes space travel evokes makes a candidate sound very presidential, while at the same time, failing to deliver on space related campaign promises doesn’t really anger the majority of voters. It’s win-win for lofty rhetoric, but does anything in their record hint that their promises of a beefed up space program are for real? The answer is both yes and no.

“The problem is, Senators don’t really get to vote on this,” said Scott Pace, Director of the Space Policy Institute, “there are space issues in the Defense appropriation and authorization bills, and in the NASA appropriation and authorization bills, but space has not been a major legislative issue for either candidate.”

Congress does not have much say in US space policy. Traditionally, the executive branch dictates space policy; with the President setting the agenda, and the Vice President enforces that policy as the Chairman of the Board of NASA.

While looking at their legislative record cannot support any of the specific recommendations proposed by either candidate in their Science Debate answers, one key vote does support the broad belief in the importance of space expressed by both candidates.

The Iran North Korea and Syria Nonproliferation Act governs both the exportation and importation of sensitive technical data, including space technology, between the US and other countries. The bill includes Russia, and would prohibit NASA collaboration with the Russian Space agency were it not for a special exemption granted by Congress.

In an extraordinary stroke of happenstance, this year’s vote to renew the exemption came both shortly after Russia’s invasion of the Republic of Georgia and while NASA needed a contract from Russia to provide transportation to the International Space Station during the gap between the retirement of the shuttle and the rollout of NASA’s replacement.

The Senate harbored little good will for Russia after it invaded a sovereign democracy and ally of the US. McCain was already hawkish towards Russia, and Obama looked to burnish his commander-in-chief image by taking a hard anti-Russia stance. Yet despite that, both candidates put the space program first. Obama and McCain not only voted to renew the exemption, but also helped rally support for the bill.

Pace believes that both candidates’ infatuation with NASA results from space policy sitting at the intersection of foreign relations and economics. With McCain interested in foreign policy but needing to brush up on economics, and with Obama being strong on economics but needing to show off foreign policy chops, space policy was a natural fit for both.

Next, we look at the candidates’ plans to increase scientific integrity. That’s right; politicians want to teach other people about integrity. Should be an interesting class.

After a year of winnowing down questions from 38,000 scientists and citizens, Science Debate 2008 sent 14 covering health, research, the environment and science to the presidential candidates. Both Senator McCain and Senator Obama answered the questions, and their answers can be read here. However, it’s easy for a politician to make promises, so _PopSci investigated both senator’s voting records to see if their history matched up with their promises for the future. Each day for the next two weeks we’ll present an analysis of the candidate’s voting records as compared with their answers to the ScienceDebate2008 questions. You can follow the entire series at chúng tôi where you can also sign up for an RSS feed._

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Let The Record Speak: Obama And Mccain Tackle Science Education

Question Four: Science Education

John McCain and Barack Obama agree that children are our future. They say we need to teach them well and, after they’ve finished being taught well, let them lead the way. Coming out against education, and thus children, is the political equivalent of voting against puppies and rainbows. And yet, politicians still do it. Which candidate supported education less than their Science Debate 2008 answer lets on? Let’s go to the tape.

An obvious disagreement between Senators Obama and McCain on this issue came over 2005’s HR 3010, Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, For Year 2006. While the final version of the bill passed with both Senators voting “Aye”, Obama and McCain clashed on amendments.

McCain voted against an amendment supplying $5 billion for local educational agencies, against an amendment increasing the maximum Federal Pell Grant award by $200 to $4,250 and against an amendment providing funding to help the education of the disabled. Obama voted for all of these amendments, but as almost all of the votes on those amendments were split down party lines, making it difficult to parse out the candidates’ viewpoints on education in particular, as opposed to government spending more broadly,

In general, McCain has a history of voting against increased federal funding for education, but that comes in the wider context of his stance as a fiscal conservative who votes against increased federal funding for nearly any program. However, the McCain-Lieberman Climate Stewardship Acts of 2005 (which, if you have been reading the previous installments of this series, you should be able to recite from memory) touches on education. The bill devoted $2.5 million a year to funding a National Science Foundation program to help elementary, middle and high school teachers learn about climate change so they could better teach their students about global warming.

Obama, on the other hand, not only usually votes to increase education funding, he even proposed his own bills, S 2392 and S 2428 to set up a database of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) scholarships. The bill does not contain any information about how much will be spent on the database, and Senator Obama proposed the second version of the bill, S 2428, two months before he announced his candidacy for president. With that taking up most of his time, the bill has since languished in committee. To be fair though, STEM education seems important to Obama as he mentioned it 17 times in his ScienceDebate2008 answer, as opposed to McCain only mentioning STEM education by name once.

At the end of the day, it seems like Obama’s legislative history backs up promises of increased funding for the sciences, while McCain’s voting record less closely resembles his Science Debate answer. Tomorrow we look at how the candidates think technology can enhance our national security. Hopefully it will involve lasers.

After a year of winnowing down questions from 38,000 scientists and citizens, Science Debate 2008 sent 14 covering health, research, the environment and science to the presidential candidates. Both Senator McCain and Senator Obama answered the questions, and their answers can be read here. However, it’s easy for a politician to make promises, so _PopSci investigated both senator’s voting records to see if their history matched up with their promises for the future. Each day for the next two weeks we’ll present an analysis of the candidate’s voting records as compared with their answers to the ScienceDebate2008 questions. You can follow the entire series at chúng tôi where you can also sign up for an RSS feed._

Seo Bites: Ben Stiller Stars As The Algorithm

As the SEO industry has slowly evolved over the past five years in response to Google’s aggressive initiatives to combat web spam (and those looking to game the system) in order to produce the most relevant results for user queries, SEO’s have recently needed to make the choice between Generation X (Black-Hat) strategies played by Ethan Hawke or the recommendations from the yuppie overlord (Google) played by Ben Stiller.

Those involved in the industry know we haven’t always been held in the highest of regards and to those that have not made the transition to dress up and look like a doily we are seeing the effects of negative SEO.  Subtle trends within our antagonist’s story have led to successful marketing campaigns (Verizon:  Can you hear me now?).  But gross inaccuracies of Houston SEO’s having access to Big Gulps (Did Google plant the Big Gulp?) lead us to question the motives of many of the twists in our evolution.

But, enough of the IMDB fact checking.  The first 30-40 minutes, 7-10 years in SEO time, our film drags on with no real change, consequence or purpose.  Troy Dyer (SEO Slacker Golden Boy) rules the web.  He has a haggle of followers who mostly believe this winter of discontent will live forever.  But, let’s not be Evian (naïve), we all saw this coming right?  We all new Michael Grates (Ben Stiller) would eventually clip our car as we defiantly tossed a lit cigarette at him.

Grunge is Black-Hat and it rocks!  Hard!  Or at least was thought of for quite some time.  Fashion and trends tend to make their way back twenty years removed.  So, possibly pink haired, flannel-wearing hackers are on the come back in 2014.

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Now that Graves (Ben Stiller) is in our lives we have been forced with the challenge of choice and evolution.  A good thing.  A righteous thing.  Cool?  Lelaina (Winona Ryder – Who I would have cast as the fabulous Melissa Fach – No, she’s not Black-Hat – But she is cool) struggles with the intense pressure from her clients (or bosses) and thrashes her last Black-Hat SEO Stand on cue-cards and gets fired.  She is tortured and revolts against the establishment in her refusal to accept the way things are changing.  Who really want’s to work at the GAP anyway?

We can’t prove it for sure, but quite possibly our yuppie overlord off’ed Troy’s Father in the first Penguin Update on April 24th (One day prior to the birthday of Renee Zellweger, who made her film debut in our story).  So Black-Hat SEO goes into mourning and forced to reevaluate his life and how he approaches his vocation.

Eventually our two protagonists reunite (post Violent Femmes cover) and are most possibly working in Social Media now.  As the credits role we see our producer of our entire evolution has always been Michael Graves (Ben Stiller).  Pulling the strings.  Changing lives.  For better or for worse it still bites.

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Samsung Syncmaster Sa550 Full Review And Final Impressions

To start off I would like to address a question that I’ve been asked countless times.  “Does the monitor get that nasty yellow tint?” As I’ve mentioned in my first impressions, I have had no problems with any yellow tinting. My brother’s iMac has a slight yellow tint problem so no worries guys (and girls ;D ) I know what I’m talking about here.  If I open a blank word document and maximize it, it looks white as snow. (Without that yellow stuff you find time to time!)

Samsung SyncMaster SA550 With brightness max

The monitor has a refresh rate of 2ms and to this day I have not noticed once any ghosting problems.  But I have noticed some pixilation lag which I mentioned below in the Macbook Section; it’s more likely to be a graphics card issue rather than a monitor one though.

The LED backlit display has a crisp resolution of 1920×1080 and it is simply a pleasure to work on. ( As cliché as that sounds!) In my first impressions I said that the colors aren’t as vibrant than glossy monitors, while that may be true, I’ve noticed I’ve been watching more movies on this monitor than my glossy Macbook Pro’s. Not just because of size but I have noticed that after a long period of watching movies or shows on any glossy monitor my eyes start to hurt a bit. (My friends HP monitor) But with the Samsung, while it isn’t the most vibrant, it is a great companion monitor to watch movies on.  And I do watch plenty of movies! And whether I’m watching DVDs or simply watching youtube videos the Samsung SA550 gets the job done right.

When it comes to doing work such as photo/video editing this monitor is A-MA-ZING.  I can’t go back to editing on my Macbook Pro’s glossy monitor after using the Samsung for so long– again not because of size—but rather the colors aren’t as accurate. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a Mac guy and I love the Macbook Pro but when it comes to work the Samsung attached to it just blows it out the water.  At first glance, there isn’t much about the Samsung that separates it from your typical glossy.  However, I do a lot of photo editing and I’ve edited the same picture on the Samsung, the Macbook Pro, and the iMac. Once I’ve actually printed out the photo, I can easily say that the Samsung had the much more accurate colors; hence my opinion that the Samsung was the best to edit photos on.

NOTE: I am using an HDMI cable with this monitor which is NOT included in the box. Definitely get an HDMI cable if you’re planning to get this monitor for the best results.

I understand that looks don’t change but I had to bring it up again. As with a lot of new products that you buy the first impressions are always, “This machine looks incredible”. However about a few weeks later the looks seem to lose its lust. And I usually fall victim to this of course. However when it comes to this monitor I must say that it has not lost its appeal. It just sits nice and sleek next to my Macbook Pro and I CONSTANTLY get reminded by friends and family of how “Pro” it looks.

Setting up the monitor is a breeze. It has a few pieces that pop together in place. (Pieces are pretty much self-explanatory) The entire feeling hallow argument that I stated in my first impressions actually no longer bother me at all. I go to electronic stores often and I can say that as of 2011 a lot, if not all Samsung monitors, have the same hallowed feel to it.

Keep in mind that the actual display is plastic. (Including the what looks like a glass border around the display)

I stated in my first impressions that I didn’t like how the touch sensitive buttons felt unresponsive. I’ve tried tampering with it daily JUST to see if my opinions on it would change: it hasn’t.  I really never need to use them but for the sake of having my final impressions of it I had to give it some time.  I like physical buttons like my friends HP monitor. It feel faster to navigate through menus on my friends HP monitor with the physical buttons. On my Samsung I feel as if I have to be gentle with it to get the touch sensitive buttons to register. While not a huge deal it does slow you down. And of course I’m sure a lot of us won’t be changing the monitors’ settings hourly so it wouldn’t be a big deal regardless.

I think this monitor is a great deal. While it is a tad bit pricey at about 250 dollars, you do get what you pay for.  I know you can find many monitors online for a great bargain but don’t stump this monitor out yet. It’s hard to explain but you won’t notice how nice this monitor really is until you’ve used it for a long period of time and then try out another.  You not only appreciate it more but you also  really get the sense just how nice and accurate colors are. Thumbs up to Samsung!

Note: When using it in mirrored mode I did notice the resolution didn’t fit the Samsung’s monitor well.  So I had to use it in clamshell mode. Simply close your Macbook and use a mouse or keyboard to wake the machine up. (While the lid is still closed) And there you have it; the Macbook Pro on your Samsung SA550 with the monitors crisp maxed out resolution.

For those curious about the actual performance of this monitor being attached to the baseline 2011 Macbook Pro 13” look no further.  A lot of people have asked me whether the Intel HD 3000 was capable enough to run an external monitor smoothly. And my answer?  It works PERFECETLY fine when doing your basic task.  No lag, no ghosting, nothing.  However, I have noticed when I am doing work in Adobe Illustrator the Samsung Monitor pixelates. When I hover over the dock, a simple task such as adding a watermark to our TechShift pictures will cause the monitor to pixelate for a moment, which gets pretty annoying quickly.  (ONLY THE DOCK GETS PIXELATED) And yes, without the monitor there is no lag or pixilation with any of my software.

If you’re not on a tight budget then this monitor is definitely worth considering.  There isn’t too much to complain about. It is able to connect to a computer or laptop just fine. It’s built, while it’s not the best,  isn’t too far behind from what other monitors have to offer. I have enjoyed watching movies and videos on this monitor but I’ve even more so enjoyed more editing on it. And, while the touch sensitive buttons aren’t my ideal, at the end of the day I must consider that this product is a monitor and it does exactly what it needs to do without any compromise to the actual display. So if you’re in the market, check out the Samsung SyncMaster SA550. The TechShift team and I definitely recommend it.

Opinion: Is Apple Headed Toward Eventual Convergence Of Os X And Ios?

Think back to 2006. Computers were, for most people, large plastic boxes that lived under desks with monitors and keyboards plugged into them. It’s hard to imagine now, but those of us using laptops were in the minority back then.

Smartphones existed, but the fact that you used one marked you out as a bit of a tech-head. Tablets were obscure devices that were used by, basically, no-one.

In the face of this changing world, will it continue to make sense for Apple to have two different platforms for Macs and iDevices, or will they eventually merge into a single operating system for all device types? 

Similar concerns were raised when Apple removed features from iWork. Apple did, thankfully, respond – promising to reintroduce at least some of the features and making an unconvincing attempt to pretend that had been the plan all along.

I share that concern. It’s vital to me that Macs remain as powerful as they are enjoyable to use. If I had to prioritise my Apple devices by their importance to me, my MacBooks (Pro and Air) would head the list, iPad Air second and iPhone a distant third.

The problem for me, and those who share that view, is this:

The company formerly known as Apple Computer, Inc, is no longer a computer company: it’s a phone and tablet company that also makes computers. It’s no coincidence that it changed its name to Apple, Inc, in the year that the iPhone was launched.

Revenue from iPhone sales are greater than its sales from all other products and services combined, and that post-PC era is literally just around the corner. We can dislike that as much as we like, but it’s hard to argue with the numbers.

Of course, the post-PC era doesn’t mean that Macs are doomed. To use Steve Jobs’ famous analogy, most people may drive cars, but there will still be plenty of us who need trucks. And sales numbers aren’t everything: Macs are high-ticket items.

So we have to accept that there will be at least some iOS-ification of OS X. The questions are how far that convergence process will go, and what might be lost and gained along the way?

The worry, of course, is that OS X gets dumber with every release, that Macs become less and less capable as they are pitched more and more towards consumption rather than creation, and come to be viewed as little more than tablets in a different form-factor.

I don’t dismiss that concern – I share it – but I think we can draw comfort from a few things …

First, the iOS-ification of OS X isn’t a one-way street. As iOS devices get more powerful – the 64-bit A7 chip being a notable landmark – there is also likely to be an OS X-ification of iOS.

Second, while we may have rolled our eyes at Launchpad , it hasn’t actually done any harm. If we don’t like it, we can ignore it and go right back to our standard ways of launching apps (dock or Spotlight, in my case). Apple could overlay a whole bunch of other iOS-type things on top of OS X to appeal to iDevice-first buyers, but so long as we can ignore them or switch them off, I don’t see the harm. And let’s not forget that OS X trackpad gestures – that I personally love – were a concept made possible by copying multi-touch from iOS devices.

Third, those new Mac users – the ones who first walked into an Apple Store to buy an iPhone – are helping delay the decline of PCs. They are helping keep the Mac platform viable. So let’s not be too rude about them.

Then there is the potential upside: what future hybrid products might offer to us.

Steve Jobs again once said that touchscreens didn’t make sense on Macs because it’s unergonomic to have to hold your arm up to a screen. That’s absolutely true – with traditional PC form-factors. But these are changing. Ok, most of today’s hybrid laptop/tablet devices are heavy, clunky things that don’t do either job well, but I’m sure we can all think of a company with a talent for reinventing clunky things into sleek ones.

There are times when I carry both my MacBook Air 11 and my iPad Air. Some of the time that’s because the two devices have different strengths, but other times it’s simply that my iPad has apps I rely on and for which there is no direct equivalent on the Mac. If my MBA could run iOS apps, and had an LTE SIM slot to save the bother and battery-life hit of tethering, there would be plenty of times when that would be the only device I’d need – especially now that the battery-life of Haswell-powered Airs is almost up into iPad territory.

Similarly, there would be times when it would be great to run an OS X app on my iPad. So sure, convergence has its risks, but it is not without benefits.

How far do I think it will go? I certainly don’t think we’ll end up with a single platform anytime soon. I hesitate to say ‘if ever,’ as ever is a pretty long time. I also don’t think those of us who love our Macs need panic.

But I do expect OS X 10 and iOS 8 will borrow a great deal from each other in terms of user-interface. I do expect that hybrid device to come along at some stage – something that will become very much easier if Apple is able to switch to ARM processors for its Macs. And I do half-suspect that by OSX 12 and iOS 10, it might be quite hard to tell at first glance which is which.

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Iobit Smart Defrag – Review, Pros, Cons And Final Verdict

iObit Smart Defrag – Review, Pros, Cons and Final Verdict

What Do You Mean by Disk Fragmentation?

Times when you are installing new applications or deleting large amounts of files, disk fragmentation has started already. Disk fragmentation simply means that your files are being broken into pieces on various parts of the disk. Since we are continuously working on those files, they are being edited in different forms like writing & resizing. And due to this constant change in the overall filing, fragmentation is quite natural.

The more disk fragmentation will spread, your PC will start working slower than ever before. Though disk fragmentation is all about using the space (available) on storage devices, it needs to be on the minimum level. You need to make sure that the fragmentation level is as less as possible so that the system performance doesn’t get affected. However, if the fragmentation level goes up, you need to turn yourself to disk cleanup software available in the market.

Which Disk Cleanup Software One Must Choose?

So instead of running all over the internet for the best cleanup software, let us do the overall math for you. Here we would be giving you a thorough detailed overview of one of the best hard drive optimizers. Yeah!! To keep your system drives defragmented as well as improving PC performance, we have narrowed it down to the IObit Smart Defrag.

Also Read: Ways to Free Up Hard Drive Space on Windows 10

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Start Optimizing Hard Drive With IObit Smart Drive

Undoubtedly, one of the best disk defragmentation software, IObit Smart Defrag is all set to bring down the fragmentation level. Also, doing so will start optimizing your system hard drive to increase the overall performance on your PC. IObit Smart Defrag has been designed to keep defragging your hard drive fast & deep so that nothing goes untouched.

Also, just because it will be working quickly doesn’t mean there will be gaps in system cleanup. A perfect combination of reliability & powerful rich features, IObit Smart Defrag is just the tool you were looking for. So without further ado, let’s start exploring this effective & promising disk cleanup software for your PC:

You need to start by visiting the official website & tapping onto the Free Download button.

Tapping on Download Now will direct you to a new page where you need to tap on Download Now & wait for the downloading to complete.

Now you need to go ahead with the installation process and other prompts. Within a while, the installation will be done & you will land upon the IObit Smart Defrag homepage.

As soon as the tool will pop-up, it will give you a glimpse of your system’s current drive details. For example, in the above screenshot, IObit Smart Defrag has shown details about the PC’s drives with type as well as memory data.

This self-monitoring disk health report (statistical data) will give you a bit of an idea of how it’s performing and if any actions need to be taken.

So let’s start going through each section of IObit Smart Defrag software to understand it fully (one by one):

Also Read: How Safe is to Recover Deleted Files in Windows 10 Hard Drive?

1. Disk Defrag

The Disk Defrag section is the same page we have landed on as soon as IObit Smart Defrag launched on the system. Though the page doesn’t have much info to hold, it holds the info about how to go with defragging your system drives. All you need to do is, just select the drive you need to defrag & once the decision is made, tap on Start Defrag.

Just as shown in the above picture, you need to start the defragmentation process by selecting the drives you wish to defrag (we are going ahead with both the drives).

You can also hover the cursor onto the down arrow section on any of the drives to see more options (Auto Defrag, Boot time defrag, & Disk Cleanup).

After deciding on everything, you need to tap on Smart Defrag & IObit Smart Defrag will start the defragmentation process.

As you can see in the above picture, the defragmentation process has been started. There are two tabs on the top (Windows & Data) that indicate different drives we have selected for defragmentation. Once the first one gets defragmented successfully, the other one will start automatically.

After the drive defrag has been completed, you will get a notification for the same. Also, you can tap on View Report to see the whole report in detailed format.

Also, nearby View Report & Finish, you will see another option (360 performance improvements). This option will tell you to optimize your PC by using one of its powerful tools, Advanced SystemCare (optional). All you need to do is, tap on Install to optimize & the tool will start analyzing different sections to bring everything to the optimization level.

2. Boot Time Defrag

Another powerful section of the IObit Smart Defrag is the Boot Time Defrag that will make things more automatic than manual. All you need to do is tap onto the next header (Boot Time Defrag) and the page below will be displayed in front of you.

You can simply tap on Configure option and it will give you many options to tweak according to your convenience.

You can go through each & every one of them to set things & once everything has been set properly, tap on OK.

Here you can tick the sections (out of those 5 listed options) & the Boot Time Defrag will get enabled.

Please know that the defragmentation process will begin according to the settings you have set in the previous step. If you wish to make any changes in the same, you are most welcome to do so by tapping on the Configure function.

3. Game Optimize

As we told you at the start that IObit Smart Defrag is one of the best disk defrag software, it wasn’t without facts. The tool has been designed by keeping everything in mind that can cause you slow PC issues. This is why here we have listed all the possible solutions you may need to optimize hard drives & keep the system running smooth & faster. All you need to do here is, tap on the Game Optimize header (just near the Boot Time Defrag).

Surprisingly, you will see a blank window with a + sign where you can add your preferred game for a better experience.

Since it’s all about improving your gaming experience, the purpose will be achieved only by optimizing the whole process.

So you need to tap on + and add your game location from the auto popped-up window.

As soon as you narrow down the game that you wish to optimize for a better experience, tap on Open.

After adding the particular game, you need to tap on Optimize and IObit Smart Defrag will start optimizing the game for you.

As soon as you tap on Optimize, IObit Smart Defrag will optimize your game (you can see the Optimized:0 just below the game addition window). Also, you can tap onto the View Report to see what sections have been optimized for a better gaming experience.

4. Action Center

Action Center is another section of the powerful disk defrag software, IObit Smart Defrag that helps you with great suggestions. Sometimes, there are so many options, we get confused when making the final decision. This is where Action Center will help you with the best-recommended programs to keep your overall system protected along with better performance.

Above are all the recommended programs (optional) by the IObit Smart Defrag to help you keep the system protected. All you need to do is, tap on Install Now and the program will be installed on your system. You can go through the quick summary of the overall purpose of the tool and then make your decision.

After exploring all the above four sections, you can also tap on the burger menu (top left side of the screen). Here you will find many things to tweak & change the way the IObit Smart Defrag looks.

It simply means that you have got the customization control to make everything look according to your preference. So without further ado, tap on the burger menu & start exploring each one of them one by one. Exciting!!

Free Disk Defrag Software – iObit Smart Defrag

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