Complete Goku Family Tree | Dragon Ball Code

If there is anything that we have in common with dragon ball characters it is that we all have family trees. Some are bigger than others, but they all show the same thing, our family generations. So today we are going to go over family tree of our main guy, Goku. Hey how’s it going […]

XML Signature Wrapping Attacks – Simple Ancestry Context Attack

Hi This is Kartik Shenoy, Today we are going to talk about XML Signature Wrapping Attack For communication with cloud servers, Simple Object Access Protocol is used. Messages exchanged are in an XML format like this. The body is processed by the server. Now, to protect the data from modifications, ID referencing is used. Also, […]

What if the United States Didn’t Exist?

In the grand scheme of Human history, The United States of America is an incredibly new country. From it’s culture, and the scale of it’s military and economic might, The U.S. has been influential since it’s inception. In the span of just two centuries, It went to a disunited band of colonies, Into the strongest […]

TwiNL: A deeper understanding of society.

The ultimate goal of the TwiNL project is to offer language researchers a resource that they have always dreamed of. We archive Twitter.This archive is a collection of language that can be traced to the individual language user. We can also infer from the data how old they are, which gender they have, in what […]

A genome hacker’s experience with the privacy of shared data | Yaniv Erlich | TEDxDanubia

Translator: Ivana Korom Reviewer: Krystian Aparta Hacking is the art of breaking security mechanisms. When I was an undergraduate student I worked as a hacker in a computer security firm. We used to be hired by banks and credit card services to conduct penetration tests, to try to find critical gaps in the security of […]

“Janine Butler” by Janine Butler et al. (Kairos 22.1 Disputatio)

When we former Hawisher and Selfe scholarship winners first started to discuss ideas for this session, we often discussed the importance of mentoring as well as support systems and family trees. Throughout my own life and academic career, I have had mentors who recognized the value of what I could contribute as a Deaf woman […]

Western Calligraphy Techniques : Calligraphy Genealogy Charts: Designs

So let me show you one more ok. This one has a great story behind it, this is just a color copy by the way. And here’s another, just a color copy. This is, this is a chart that I did for my aunt Connie when she turned eighty. This is a picture of her […]

This cold case is the first genetic genealogy arrest to go to trial

This cold case is the first genetic genealogy arrest to go to trial They were working a cold case as well, a rape and double murder from more than 30 years ago. Investigators had the suspects DNA from the crime scene, but there were no matches in existing federal DNA databases. Could genetic genealogy, the […]

What is Genealogy? Websites to Explore

Welcome to What is genealogy? Part Two, Websites to Explore, from the Willamette Valley Genealogical Society. In this video I will show you some websites where you can search for information, and a few tips about the sites. We can now play detective; we get to go searching for clues. So let’s take a look […]

How to Use Google Translate App for Genealogy – App Review

Welcome back to another episode on Genealogy TV. Today I am doing another “App For That” segment this is a little review of the Google Translate app. If you don’t have it on your phone you should, especially if you’re doing records if you’re looking in the archives for records from overseas. Now I’m going […]