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Shift is a man and van delivery service company that helps to provide shifting services for different occasions like house moves. The company works hard towards ensuring that your house […] The post How Shift Can Make Your House Move Hassle-free appeared first on ShinyShiny.
British tiny house builder The Tiny Housing Co. recently unveiled its Natura model. Partly clad in cork, the home has some nice features, including solar power, a drop-down deck, and an upstairs bedroom boasting a little more headroom than many tiny houses.Continue ReadingCategory: Tiny Houses, LifestyleTags: Building and Construction, House, Home, Trailer, Solar Power
A couple of years ago, we first heard about a two-wheeled electric thing known as the JackRabbit. Whether you think of it as an ebike or an e-scooter, it's now back in a new-and-improved form.Continue ReadingCategory: Urban Transport, TransportTags: Kickstarter, Scooter, Electric Vehicles
A team of researchers at the University of Chicago have developed an algorithm that makes tiny, imperceptible edits to your images in order to mask you from facial recognition technology. Their invention is called Fawkes, and anybody can use it on their own images for free.The algorithm was created by researchers in the SAND Lab at the University of Chicago, and the open-source software tool that
At GDC Summer last week, Victoria Setian, sr. producer at Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios, described a three-pronged approach to cultivating female talent, particularly within triple-A studios. ...
After seeing Yeti's $800 V Series cooler and the German-designed Qool, we figured it was only a matter of time before we'd see a competitively priced vacuum-insulated cooler for the American market. That cooler is the Dam Cooler, a 25+ quart (24+ L) ice box that saves bulk and weight by ditching poly foam and relying on thin, efficient vacuum insulated panels. The Dam Cooler also keeps your food
It was just a couple of months ago that we heard about an implantable material that electrically stimulates bone cells, causing them to reproduce. Now, scientists have created a similar substance that utilizes magnetism.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Bones, Injuries, University of the Basque Country, Magnetic, Nanoparticles
I wanted a device that can throw light patterns onto a wall or a model. There are some commercially available but they are quite expensive and I this was only for occasional use. I thought that this is something that can be 3D printed. I bought Bowens mounting ring and cheap macro extension tubes (For the Nikon F mount since I already have lenses for it) from eBay and designed an adapter between
At GDC Summer this week Kitfox comms director Victoria Chan offered up five rules for being a better community manager and five steps you can take to build kinder, cozier communities. ...
At GDC Summer, Teamfight Tactics design lead David Abecassis broke down how Teamfight Tactics was designed to appeal to League of Legends players who've drifted off from high-level play. ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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