Archive for May, 2014

The power of BLE goes Arduino At Heart with Blend Micro for your IOT projects
ARDUINO BLOG | 30 MAY 2014
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This week we are delighted to announce a new Arduino At Heart Partner targeted for makers to develop low power … Read more


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Follow the link for a worrying tale of Apples support of their developer services

tw_normal.png WebIS – Alex Kac CEO (@webis_mobile)
28/05/2014 17:00
I use Dark Sky and we experienced the same issue in PI. This is one major area Apple needs to step up their game. blog.forecast.io/apple-develope…

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I like this article – and I’m now wondering when I can put in my trial order.

The psychology of Soylent and the prison of first-world food choices
ARS TECHNICA | 29 MAY 2014
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Why are some repulsed by Soylent, but others desperate to receive their orders? Read more


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Just as I was looking for a couple of 4K monitors I came across this:

Asus PB287Q display review: Don’t expect miracles from this inexpensive 4K display
MACWORLD | 27 MAY 2014
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Until recently, Sharp’s $3500 PN-K321 was about as affordable as 4K desktop monitors got. But with the $649 PB287Q, Asus … Read more


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I had no idea it was this easy. I will have to give it a try.

Easy homemade yogurt recipe
BOING BOING | 26 MAY 2014
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Making yogurt at home is fun, easy and satisfying, it doesn’t require any specialist equipment or ingredients, and is … Read more


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Interesting.

Whistle straps its connected dog collar onto Sigfox’s new internet of things network
MOBILE | 21 MAY 2014
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Quantified canine startup Whistle Labs is launching a new device that won’t just track your dog’s daily activity, but also its location. But unlike Ta… Read more


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Official to young tourist with camera outside Waterloo stTion : “you are not allowed to take photos here without registering with us”
 
 I challenged this and was told “it’s due to terrorism. Do you know that the SAS uses photos to place bombs”
 
 “It’s railway law”
 
 – Excellent.
 
 I assume next on the list are takedown notices for everyone that has ever taken a photo outside Waterloo station.
 
 
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This is truly scary.

Kafka, meet Orwell: Lavabit’s founder explains why he shut down his company
BOING BOING | 20 MAY 2014
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Writing in the Guardian, Lavabit founder Ladar Levison recounts the events that led to his decision to shutter his company in … Read more


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Never tasted cold-brew coffee. It’s probably about time to rectify this.

Summer cold-brew coffee reminder
BOING BOING | 20 MAY 2014
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The sun’s finally out in London, so it’s time to repost last summer’s cheap, easy, no-mess cold-brew coffee technique. This … Read more


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