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I find it amazing that so many people don't know how to build a fire. From beach parties, to camping, to backyard fire pits, it's just incredible how many people fail at fires.
I grew up in the woods. I grew up camping. I also grew up with a wood burner as the main source of heat in my house. I can pretty much look at wood and it ignites. I'm not trying to sound like a fire snob here (is that a thing?) but, I always find it incredibly annoying when I'm at a party and the host cannot get a fire going. Eventually, my instinct get the best of me, and I slowly overtake the fire starting and maintaining duties.
When it comes to building a fire, I choose the Tipi method. Thanks Dad.
Camping and outdoor recreational fire season is upon us. If you need to brush up (pun intended) on your fire building skills, take a look at the article below.
"Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. The sensor can track sub-millimeter motions at high speed and accuracy. It fits onto a chip, can be produced at scale and built into small devices and everyday objects."
The user experience is being able to use virtual knobs and buttons that can be pressed, turned, flicked, etc in front of a device without there being any physical knobs or buttons. Would be interesting to use this in a vehicle as it may be much the same as running your fingers through your hair (that is legal is it not?).
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