Community Curated Learning List

Self-learning with Google, YouTube, and Reddit is difficult because there’s so much noise on the internet. Individual’s half of the energy is wasted in weeding out the ads and half cooked material prepared by the amateurs.

The best way to learn on the Internet is to get people who already know what you’re trying to learn about recommend the best resources. This is ideal if you know a subject expert, but if you don’t, Athena’s have cherry-picked resources for your need.

Currently, Athena has listed following topics:

The source of search & Lists are hosted on Github

you can visit https://www.athena.cool/#/ to search learning resources for your need.

 

 

 

Easy Investing in Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies is the buzz word of the hour. Everybody wants to encash the opportunity of the growing market and its sudden price surge in recent years. 

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As most of us are unaware of financial & mathematical intricacies behind the working of cryptocurrencies so we abstain ourselves from investing in it but at the same time we ponder of making money from it.

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How to use Google Assistant to remember your things

Google assistant can do much more than you think. If you are relying on applications like Evernote, Keep to note and remember things for you, there is a better option “Google Assistant”. Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It’s your own personal assistant. It is available on Android Marshmallow and Nougat phones. Press and hold the home button or just say “Ok Google” to launch the application.

USE GOOGLE ASSISTANT TO REMEMBER THINGS FOR YOU

Launch Google Assistant on your mobile device and then say “Remember” followed by information you would want Google to remember for you. For instance you can say

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Samsung’s new Technology for Colourblind

 

Recently Samsung launched a new application called SeeColors, it helps people with colour vision deficiency adjust the colours of their QLED tv to their specific needs so that they can enjoy TV viewing experience to the maximum.

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Using Google too much….then Beware

Google is part of our online life every day today and has made our life a lot easier, but if you are using Google frequently to search for information, rather than using your brains, then beware this may lead to dementia.

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20 Useful Applications for Learners

  Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.  
Mahatma Gandhi

Learning is never ending process of one’s life & only secret of success is never cease to learn.

We have curated a list of 20 applications which you will find very useful to quench your learning thirst. The list also has applications which help to teachers to explain their thoughts to the students.

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Future of Flying

Air travel is in a time of extraordinary change. With the quick pace of advancement, airlines and plane producers are endeavoring to keep up. Like the automotive industry, plane manufacturers understand the need to improve both hardware and software of an airplane. Currently, the industry is taking a shot at many possible radical developments that could change the face of the industry & flying experience. Lets discuss the future of flying.

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Blackberry Motion: Blackberry’s first phone without a Keypad

Blackberry has launched its first ever phone without a keypad, an all-screen smartphone “Blackberry Motion“. It is made by TCL under the
BlackBerry Mobile brand.

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Android Will Have This APPLE Like Feature

Soon Android will have a feature of Apple. There is a new feature coming soon to recognize songs in Google Assistant. When this feature comes,  Android users will not need any third-party applications to recognize songs.

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Difference between Google Pixel 2 & Pixel XL 2

Tech giant Google has finally revealed its next-generation flagship Pixel smartphones, successor to the Pixel and Pixel XL, and aptly called Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. Both the devices run Android 8.0 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box. But what’s the difference between the two phones Google has just announced? Let’s compare them and see.

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