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Luke Workman is a complete maniac. He's also one of the world's leading lithium battery pack designers for electric vehicles, and he's come up with a revolutionary battery design that he says could bring on clean, quiet, long-distance, commercial-scale supersonic airliners.
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Blood Pressure on your wrist.

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Smart blood pressure monitors are not a new wearable tech phenomenon, but Canadian startup Salu has found a way to make keeping tabs on your health more portable with the Salu Pulse+ wearable. Set to be available as a wrist-worn stand-band and avaliable as a band for the Apple Watch, the Pulse+ removes the inflatable cuff from the measuring equation to take blood pressure readings. The Pulse+ also monitors heart rate, heart rate variability, oxygen saturation, activity levels to give a comprehensive picture of where the user's holistic health.
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Real Android smartwatch

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Fyver Watch, the affordable, aesthetic-pleasing, standalone smartwatch.
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Funding Suspended

Funding for this project was suspended by Kickstarter


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I like this trend!

#waterproof #wearables
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Make Buildroot (embedded Linux) for Raspberry Pi 2
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Buildroot is a simple, efficient and easy-to-use tool to generate embedded Linux systems through cross-compilation. To make sdcard image to run Buildroot on Raspberry Pi 2 using default config: - 
Buildroot is a simple, efficient and easy-to-use tool to generate embedded Linux systems through cross-compilation. To make sdcard image to run Buildroot on Raspberry Pi 2 using default config: - Visit https://buildroot.o...
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Just about G+
 
5 million followers. How is that even possible?

Each time I reach a follower milestone on Google+, I'm always inspired to write about Google+ as a platform and what I'm thinking about it.

I started this tradition when my Circle count hit 100,000 four years ago. In that missive, I talked about the value of Google+ as a platform for writers and other content creators.

https://plus.google.com/+MikeElgan/posts/86kY5RwGhWj

I was totally gaga about Google+ back then and I'm still gaga. I love Google+ for reasons that I'll specify below.

Speaking of gaga, +Lady Gaga is the top profile on Google+ in terms of followers. Just as I reach 5 million, Gaga approaches 10 million.

https://plus.google.com/+LadyGaga

That a self-promotional international superstar with a social strategy and team to post on Google+ would gain only twice the number of followers on this platform as a writer-geek like me is a testament, I think, to the core strength of Google+: substance.

Regular social sites are dominated by frivolity and fluff, celebrity and salaciousness (and, in recent weeks, Donald Trump). Google+ has all that, too, but it's not dominated by it. The G+ zeitgeist is conspicuously dominated by unapologetic passion and enthusiasm for whatever people are into.

Google+ has been through a lot in the past year, most significantly the big redesign.

In general, the Google+ redesign made Google+ faster, leaner and simpler. Those improvements were accompanied by the removal of powerful, basic features, such as the ability sort search results by date or the ability to unflag comments that have been flagged by Google's spam filter. And it comes after the removal of Photos and Hangouts.

I think we can accurately make three broad generalizations about the new Google+.

1. It's better for new and casual users and worse for hardcore fans

2. Google+ used to be focused primarily on people with topics of interest secondary; now it's focused primarily on topics of interest with people secondary

3. Active Google+ users seem to fall into three categories: 1) people who want to engage and share their ideas and interests; 2) people who just want to say "hi" in the comments and don't seem to care much about content; and 3) spammers and their ilk

Google+ used to be the everything site and now it's almost exclusively for people sharing passions.

I have long been Google+'s biggest fan, and I still am. And I'll tell you why.

When Google+ was the everything network, I liked the everythingness of it. In fact, I stopped using other social networks, closed my blog and started using G+ for all that.

But despite the power and utility and convenience of Hangouts, Photos and all the rest, the real thrill of Google+ was the ability to have a substantive, engaging conversations with super interesting, intelligent, thoughtful people.

That doesn't sound like a big deal, but it is. In my personal experience, you can't really do this on Facebook or the other social networks. Especially on Twitter.

You can do this on Reddit. Google+ and Reddit are the only two places I'm aware of on the entire Internet where a large number of intelligent people have great conversations. The trouble with Reddit is that it's butt-ugly -- a throwback to the 90s Internet.

More importantly: On Reddit, you don't get a sense of who the other people really are.

On Google+, I've made dozens of friendships. No, I'm not talking about superficial make-believe friendships. Real friendships. People I have sought out and connected with in the real world, and others I intend to connect with in real life.

Five million sounds like a big number. But the truth is (and this is just between you and me) I'm really here to interact with about 500 people.

On the social Internet, everybody pretends like they make connections with other people, but they don't really.

So that's why I'm not unhappy about the removal of features from Google+. Photo management and editing services; messaging services and all the rest are a dime a dozen.

Real conversations. Real human connections. This is what makes Google+ unique.

Google+ has been constantly disparaged by people who don't use or understand it and who, let's face it, don't want real conversations (they prefer Twitter's hit-and-run "I have spoken" approach to engagement) and don't want real human connections (preferring to stick with existing friends or simply to acquire "followers.").

And I'm totally fine with people choosing another network. I want everyone to be happy, and understand that choice of social network is really about matching personality to different communities.

What I'm not fine with is the corrosive power of negativity on the Googe+ community itself.

I say that if you love Google+ like I do, then ignore the haters and just enjoy it. This is the best community on the Internet, and you know it.

Remember that a public post on Google+ is a page on the open Internet. It's a blog post.

Take advantage of the new features, especially the easy ability to share G+ posts on other social networks. Reach out to your Facebook and Twitter people and invite them over for a real conversation.

Engage -- the more you post, comment, plus-one and interact, the better it gets.

Block trolls and spammers like it's a bodily function.

Stop and listen. You hear that? That's the sound of zero ads!

Restore easy access to your Circles: Settings > Advanced Settings > "Enable circle stream in navigation"

If you want to sort searches by date, use Google Search (instead of Google+ search) but add the following to the end of your search: site:plus.google.com (then, of course, sort any way you like).

Finally, I'd like to thank all my Google+ friends for all I have learned from you. It's been a privilege to get to know you, and I'm looking forward our continuing friendship.


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I hope it won't end up in real BSOD ...
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hehe, real € man year calculation :D lets see if it works.
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Self-charging bike

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We got rid of the batteries. No wires needed. With our effort we were able to put all the needed components in a tiny and elegant rear bike hub. Brushless motor, batteries, electronics and sensors. Everything stays within 180 mm diameter and 120 mm width. With a battery capacity of 160 Wh and a ...
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tmux2html - :cat2: Render full tmux windows or individual panes as HTML
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Interesting discussion about Debian-based build systems.

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[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]. Debian-based product build system. To: debian-embedded@lists.debian.org; Subject: Debian-based product build system; From: Baurzhan Ismagulov ; Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2016 19:03:59 +0200; Message-id: ...
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