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Does Raising the Minimum Wage Hurt Employment? Evidence from China


Posted: 10/27/2014 11:06 am EDT Updated: 10/27/2014 12:59 pm EDT

Raising the minimum wage is a polarizing issue. One side worries that raising it will lower employment. 859 more words

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Time to make some flowers!  I have some basic RGB LEDs lying around (without embedded microcontroller) so I’ve decided to build some 3D-printed flowers around them.  626 more words

Summer project 2

In Summer Project, I introduced the project I’ve been working on all summer: a “kit” for making dimmable LED lamps, consisting of

  • a dimmer board that reads a potentiometer and converts it (non-linearly) to a pulse-width-modulated 9V output signal and…
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ARCTIC Freezer A11 CPU Cooler for AMD, 150W Cooling Capacity, 3 Direct Touch Heatpipes, Vibration-Dampened Fan, 23dBA Noise

ARCTIC Freezer A11 provides 150 Watts of peak cooling power and is an ideal replacement for stock AMD CPU cooler with features such as 3 Direct-Touch double-sided copper heat pipes precisely manufactured leaving no gap at the critical contact point to promote quick and efficient heat dissipation. 153 more words

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ARCTIC Freezer Xtreme Rev. 2 CPU Cooler - Intel & AMD, Twin-Tower Heatsink, 120mm PWM Fan

ARCTIC Freezer Xtreme Rev. 2 features an unique twin-tower heatsink design with 102 aluminum fins, 4 double-sided copper heat pipes, an extremely quiet 120mm PWM fan in a patented holder sitting between the twin-tower heatsinks and pre-applied non-capacitive, non-electricity-conductive MX-2 thermal compound. 128 more words

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Using a buzzer with Arduino in pure C

Since one of my most viewed posts is Programming Arduino Uno in pure C, I wanted to write other posts about common Arduino functionalities implemented in C instead of the default language. 723 more words


Building an Arduino Bluetooth Robot Car - Part 2: Controlling DC Motors

2 Controlling DC Motors

DC motors are widely used in numerous devices (e.g. DVD player) around your home. They rotate continuously when a DC voltage is applied across them.  953 more words