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[오늘의앱]모바일로 도장 쿵! '경주 모바일 스탬프 투어' - 머니투데이 뉴스

■경주 모바일 스탬프 투어<br>■스토어=플레이스토어<br>■개발사=경주시<p><b>- 간단한 사용방법<br>- 자동 도장 찍기<br>- 다양한 언어 지원</b><p>경주시가 경주를 찾는 내외국인 관광객을 위해 기존의 종이 스탬프 투어를 개선한 모바일 스탬프 투어 서비스를 출시했다.<p>경주 스탬프 투어는 한 달 평균 7만여 명이 이용할 정도로 인기가 높은 서비스이지만, 종이 리플릿에 스탬프를 찍는 현재의 방법에 대한 불편의 목소리가 컸다.<p>이번에 새롭게 선보이는 '경주 모바일 스탬프 투어'는 관광객이 해당 명소를 방문하기만 하면 스마트폰에 스탬프가 저절로 나타난다. 따라서 스마트폰을 …

High Levels of Cancer-Causing Arsenic in Rice – So Why Isn’t It Regulated in Our Food?

There are two sides to rice: the grain that feeds half the world – and the primary carcinogenic source of inorganic arsenic in our diet.<p>Arsenic is a …

Shepard Fairey’s Favorite Street Art Cities

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>Artist and graphic design activist <b>Shepard Fairey</b> gets his best inspiration from <b>Hong Kong</b>’s mix of Chinese and Western signage, iconography, and architecture. “It’s unique to anywhere I’ve been, incredibly dense and textured, and there are details to look at everywhere,” he …

GM Potatoes With Health Benefits Approved By USDA

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has just given the go ahead for farmers to start commercially growing several different genetically modified …

Agriculture

17 Playful Doodles that Incorporate Everyday Objects

Javier Pérez aka <i>cintascotch</i>, is an artist and illustrator from Guayaquil, Ecuador. A few times a week, Pérez shares a new doodle with his 20,000 …

This Guy Takes Photos of Buildings and then Uses the Sky as His Canvas

In an ongoing series entitled <i>Sky Art</i>, artist Thomas Lamadieu aka <i>Roots Art</i>, takes photos of buildings and cityscapes wherever he travels. Many of his …

Once a Year at 11:11 am the Sun Shines Perfectly on this Memorial

At precisely 11:11 a.m. each Veterans Day (Nov. 11), the sun’s rays pass through the ellipses of the five Armed Services pillars to form a perfect …

It’s Hard to Believe this Notepad Art is Two-Dimensional

Artist João A. Carvalho aka J Desenhos draws amazing 3D notepad art that seems to leap off the page. On his popular Facebook page, <i>Nas linhas do</i> …

Imagining a Better Future With Pets

Changing Planet<p><b>Sponsor Content:</b> <i>This content is brought to you by Purina Better With Pets.</i><p>When Dan Smith went to work at Purina in St. Louis 27 years ago, he thought, “I’ve always had pets; this’ll be fun.” After he had spent some time at the company in the research and development division, he …

How Green Are Those Solar Panels, Really?

As the industry grows, so does concern over the environmental impact.<p><b>As the world seeks cleaner power, solar energy capacity has increased sixfold in the past five years. Yet manufacturing all those solar panels, a Tuesday report shows, can have environmental downsides.</b><p>Fabricating the panels …

Why It's Crucial to Get More Women Into Science

Amid growing signs that gender bias has affected research outcomes and damaged women's health, there’s a new push to make science more relevant to them.<p><i>This story was updated on January 21, 2015, to include a video of the author addressing the Rosalind Franklin Society, a women's leadership group,</i> …

A Wild Ride: 50 Years of the US Wilderness Act

Changing Planet<p><i>This article is brought to you by the</i> <i>International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP)</i><i>. Read our</i> <i>other articles</i> <i>on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world.</i><p>Text and photos by Amy Gulick, Fellow at the …

Hipster Portland: Family Edition

<b>Portland</b> may be best known for its beer, bicycling locals, and street food, but—as unlikely as it sounds—many of the city’s seemingly “grown-up” attractions can be geared towards kids with just a little tweaking.<p><b>Here’s the rundown on how to give hipster Portland a family-friendly spin:</b><p><b>Instead of</b> …

High Tide for the Silkworms of Assam

Changing Planet<p><i><br>Magnus Lidén is a plant taxonomist from Uppsala, Sweden. Pankaj Bharali, currently a PhD student in botany at Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh, comes from the Lakhimpur district in Assam, and has long-standing experience in small-scale cultivation of muga silk.</i><p><b>By Magnus</b> …

커피숍 창업 1_수익을 계산해봤더니

"봐둔 자리가 있는데 여기 어때요?" 창업 희망자를 만나다 보면 많이 받는 질문입니다. "혹시 카페 창업 5년 후 생존율이 얼마나 되는지 아세요?"라는 말로 저는 대답을 시작하곤 합니다.<p>물론 이런 데이터를 알고 창업을 준비하시는 분은 거의 없기 때문에, 보통은 제가 …

Hair Bands and Giant Trousers: A Lesson in How Little I Know About Bees

Changing Planet<p><i>This article is brought to you by the</i> <i>International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP)</i><i>. Read our</i> <i>other articles</i> <i>on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world.</i><p>Text and photos by Clay Bolt, Fellow at the …

The Very Hungry (Carnivorous) Caterpillars

Caterpillars can look scary, particularly up close, but since most eat leaves, flowers and your favorite shirt, carnivorous species sound like …

Event-o-Rama: 5 Must-Dos in November

There are some amazing events on tap all over the world, all the time. <b>Here’s a taste of what you can see and do in November:</b><p>Wait for it…At 11:11 a.m. on the 11th day of the 11th month, thousands of jesters will take to the streets of <b>Düsseldorf, Germany</b>, for a carnival kick-off unlike any other—the</b> …

Opinion: To Combat Malnutrition, Don't Just Produce More Food—Produce Better Food

Two billion people lack essential micronutrients in their diets. We need to create more nutritious food systems, says FAO director-general.<p>Our current food systems face a tough challenge: ensuring food security as well as a balanced diet for everyone around the globe.<p>The figures are striking: …

Cloning Cows From Steaks (and Other Ways of Building Better Cattle)

Can animal geneticists breed—or clone—a cow that will taste great and have a smaller environmental hoofprint too?<p>The clones were so glad to see us, out on the frozen pasture, that they almost wouldn't let us out of the pickup. I had to shove one aside with the door to get out. Kelly Jones had …

Upcoming Battery Will Charge Phones And Electric Cars in Minutes

It takes about an hour to fully charge a cell phone, and the battery lasts about two to three years over 500 charge cycles. However, a new design …

Chemical Extracted From Broccoli Sprouts May Help Ease Autism Symptoms

A new study found that a chemical in broccoli sprouts is able to temporarily improve symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The research was a …

One-Third of Food Is Lost or Wasted: What Can Be Done

From our farms to grocery stores to dinner tables, 30 percent of the food we grow is never eaten. We can do better.<p>It's lettuce season in the Salinas Valley, a carrot-shaped lowland in the central California region that produces about 70 percent of the leafy greens sold in U.S. retail markets. On a …

As Dwindling Monarch Butterflies Make Their Migration, Feds Try to Save Them

"Catastrophic drop" in pollinator's numbers this year means that species is "going to need all the help we can give it."<p>CAPE MAY POINT, New Jersey—Two years ago migrating monarch butterflies transformed the lush gardens of Cape May Point into a series of "giant orange snowglobes." That's how Mark …

iPhone App Gives You Full Camera Control

The iPhone camera gets better with each new version of Apple’s iOS operating system, as well as its phones, of course, but it’s still a far cry from offering the creativity and control of a real camera. That leaves the door open for apps like Manual, which lets you have greater input on ISO, …

Here's Why We Haven't Quite Figured Out How to Feed Billions More People

Solving the world's looming food crisis will require big investments in agricultural research, yet public support for that is lagging.<p>When famine loomed in Mexico and southern Asia in the mid-20th century, agricultural crop researchers saved the day. Scientists at Mexico's International Maize and …

Ocean Health Gets "D" Grade in New Global Report Card

Annual Global Ocean Health Index includes the high seas for the first time, and scientists say the score could have been worse.<p>Scientists assigned a grade for global ocean health on Tuesday, giving the world's waters a "D" on an annual oceans report card, citing overfishing, pollution, climate …

Growing the Next Generation of Botanical Pioneers

Changing Planet<p><b>By Mike Maunder, Interim Director, The Kampong, National Tropical Botanical Garden</b><p>Two weeks ago I was in South Sudan working with East African and South Sudanese colleagues preparing a plant conservation project for the Imatong Mountains. Rivers spill out of these beautiful mountain …