Legislation for drone-hunting licenses was proposed in our Colorado state congress this year.
252 Byte Demos of P01
You can view these experiments in your browser (listing the above examples):
A full list of releases can be found here, which all including documentation on the technical programming details for each project.
Bill Maher, Bill Hicks, George Carlin - Economy and Politics
Gdyby politycy i media mówiły prawdę…
How To Find And Do Work You Love
Scott Dinsmore’s mission is to change the world by helping people find what excites them and build a career around the work only they are capable of doing. He is a career change strategist whose demoralizing experience at a Fortune 500 job launched his quest to understand why 80% of adults hate the work they do, and more importantly, to identify what the other 20% were doing differently. His research led to experiences with thousands of employees and entrepreneurs from 158 countries.
I watched this video last night after work (I love watching TED Talks) and my mind was blown at the fact that 80% of people don’t like the work they do. It made me think how fortunate I am to be doing something that I truly love doing. Scott also brought a brilliant point in his talk that “Everything was once impossible until someone did it.” That statement alone inspired me to share this video with you guys. It may seem long and at times he does stumble with his works but the idea’s behind this talk are extremely interesting and inspirational. I hope you guys enjoy it!
Self-Powering Electronics: New Fabric Metamaterial Generates Electricity From Heat, Movement
Thermoelectrics are not exactly new, but usually made of materials that are brittle, heavy, and expensive. Carroll’s fabric, on the other hand, is lightweight, feels like wool felt, and can be wrapped around surfaces or even sewn into clothing.
While energy can’t be “created” this fabric can essentially pull electricity out if thin air, from heat and movement. The fabric Carroll’s group has can turn heat — from your body, the sun, anywhere — into usable electricity. And unlike anything ever before, it can simultaneously collect power from vibrations or movement — letting your smartphone case bounce on a carseat during a long drive could charge your phone. So could a shirt flapping in the wind.
Canadian architecture student M. Parsons has brought to life Silhouette, a stunning and environmentally friendly lamp fixture designed to present in a whole new form.
The objective was to create a lamp that can adapt from wall, ceiling, floor or task lighting, while being manufactured to be as inexpensive & environmentally friendly as possible. The name Silhouette sprung from a literal nod at the traditional form of the incandescent light bulb whose basic design and form had remained unchanged for over 100 years.
The Silhouette Lamp is a response to presenting lighting in an entirely different medium.
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