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Fix Everything and Get Your Own Flailing Arms Tube Man

The staple of used car dealerships that prompted Houston to ban all ‘attention getting devices’ is called an ‘air dancer’ and was invented in 1996. And now you can build your own, even if until now the space requirements kept you from doing so. [dina Amin] shows how to make one from a bunch of discarded hair dryers and stuff everybody is likely to find in his or her workshop. While the build as such is rather basic — these…

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Dutch man risks everything hoping to hit big with bitcoin / Boing Boing

Didi Taihuttu expects the price of bitcoin will soar, so much so that he’s selling his house, car, and other valuables to obtain even more of it. Now, 39-year-old Taihuttu is living at a campsite with his wife and three children, waiting till 2020 for his investment in cryptocurrency to pay off, according to Business Insider. The cramped living space may be a bit different from the four-bedroom home the Taihuttu family, from the Netherlands, was used to, but since…

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The First Vehicular Combat Video Game Was?

Answer: Crashing Race There’s a first for everything, including being the first company to put out a video game that involves unrepentant destruction of automobiles in pursuit of greatness. In this matter, Taito’s 1976 arcade release of the aptly named Crashing Race put it on the map as the creator of the first game in the “vehicular combat” genre. Later games like the popular Mario Kart and Twisted Metal franchise games would greatly refine (and in the process define) the genre,…

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AI isn’t just learning to play video games, it’s helping us build them

The creators of Unity, the most popular game engine in the world, recently launched a set of machine-learning tools that lay the groundwork for actual AI (not scripted computer opponents) in video games. Typically these kits include rendering aids and simple tools for training neural networks, but the beta release sent to developers promises to revolutionize video games, and provides machine-learning researchers with a perfect environment for training robot brains. The applications for the new agents go beyond just creating better…

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A Lesson On Zener Regulators

For the longest time, Zener diode regulators have been one of those circuits that have been widely shared and highly misunderstood. First timers have tried to use it to power up their experiments and wondered why things did not go as planned. [James Lewis] has put up a worth tutorial on the subject titled, “Zener Diode makes for a Lousy Regulator”  that clarifies the misconceptions behind using the device. [James Lewis] does an experiment with a regulator circuit with an…

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Taxing robots could stop innovation

Recently, the leader of the Labor Party in the UK, Jeremy Corbyn, suggested that a “tax on robots” should be put in place. He believes automation is a “threat” to workers and wants to use the tax income to build a fund for retraining staff that lose their jobs. He thinks “we should all get the benefits” from “greedy” global corporations which have “made a great deal of money out of incredibly advanced technology.” While mass receipt of global commercial…

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Reshaping Space, Roles and Routines to Support Children With Trauma

In 2008, the Holly Square Shopping Center in northeast Denver was firebombed with molotov cocktails in gang-related arson. The next day, our neighborhood found an asbestos-ridden shell of a building where once stood the heart of the neighborhood. The community rallied to rebuild, and the community group in charge of redevelopment asked me to build a new school on the ashes of the former shopping center. In 2015, we opened the doors of Roots Elementary to 100 kindergarteners and first…

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Want to survive the future of work? Relax and retrain

Retraining will be one of the most important elements of the future of work. When we hear about the future of work, one of the first things people worry about is the security of jobs. With technology and automation moving as fast as it is and AI beginning to take over certain tasks that were once completed by salaried humans, it’s a natural fear to have. Indeed, plenty of statistics point towards more automation in the workplace over time. PwC…

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Apple releases iOS 11.0.3

Posted on Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 at 5:34 pm. PT Written by Jim Dalrymple Apple on Wednesday released iOS 11.0.3 with a couple of important updates for users. According to Apple, the update fixes an issue where audio and haptic feedback would not work on some iPhone 7 and 7 Plus devices. The update also addresses an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 6s displays because they were not serviced with genuine Apple parts. You can download…

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BlueTooth Malware #1226 – Geek News Central

Show Note links tonight have been taken over by Executive Producer Kirk Corless and I am very appreciative. Tonights show brings news of a serious BlueTooth Malware threat that has found a new attack vestor. Plus I share with you some revelations I have had in the proximity beacon space. There are significantly more opportunities at a fraction of the cost. You have heard me talk about proximity beacons. I know now how to do it with minimal investment! This course that…

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