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I never knew this! I wonder which one I added to my Denver omelette this AM, next time I’ll look when I’m cooking or planning to cook.
As Geareye.co describes, “GearEye is a smart gear management system for on-the-go professionals. It enables you to manage your equipment through thick and thin: organization, tracking, and making sure you always have everything you need whether at home or on the job. GearEye is a game-changer for anything from the smallest messenger bag to the largest camera suitcase.
The bond between professionals and their work equipment is special: anyone who’s experienced this can tell you that there are few things worse than losing your essential gear. We’ve been there too, and that’s why we created a system to put an end to this problem. Simply place the RFID GearTag on your gear, and voilá! Everything in your bag can now be easily accounted for, with a simple tap on your smartphone.
GearEye is more than just a safety net: it enables you to organize your most important equipment into gig specific groups – so that you always have exactly what you need when you need it. This way, you can quickly and easily make sure you have what you need for today’s studio session (not last week’s beach shoot).”
Visit the Kickstart.com page to help fund this project, which by the looks of it, is being heavily supported. GearEye on Kickstarter.com
Take a look at this Salvation Army bell ringer getting down. Talk about a way to spread Christmas Cheer!
OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) is a flat light emitting technology, made by placing a series of organic thin films between two conductors. When electrical current is applied, a bright light is emitted. OLEDs can be used to make displays and lighting. Because OLEDs emit light they do not require a backlight and so are thinner and more efficient than LCD displays(which do require a white backlight).
OLED displays have the following advantages over LCD displays:
Read more about OLED vs LED TVs.
As we said, OLEDs can be used to create flexible and transparent displays. This is pretty exciting as it opens up a whole world of possibilities:
Very interesting Ted Talks episode of becoming a Titan but never saying no. Great watch!
Now you can easily protect your wireless and wired networks with a VPN appliance. A Virtual Private Network, or VPN hides your online browsing activity from hackers, prying eyes of the government and overall keeps your online activities a little more private while at home or even in remote locations. A must have in today’s cyber crime ridden online society.
“Are you feeling lucky, punk!?” – Clint Eastwood
This is going to be today’s experiment:
Yield: Serves 12
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 3-4 hours (on high); 4-6 hours (on low)
Total Time: 3-4 hours (on high); 4-6 hours (on low)