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As technology gets smaller, the risks of an equipment breakdown get bigger.
The micro-circuitry in today’s electronics, which is thousands of times smaller than a human hair, makes it difficult or impossible to see the damage when equipment fails. 71 more words
Today, Ammonia is present everywhere, from the air we breathe to the soil beneath our feet. It’s all around us, yet we have a limited knowledge of the dangers ammonia brings to our environment and to us, as well as how it can be treated. 901 more words
Engineering 226-235: Mithril Casings, 20 for 236-245.
Gnomish is the realm of devices. Trinkets for every occasion. If you are satisfied with the amount of explosives from standard engineering, go gnomish for utility. 302 more words
IBM announced this week a significant breakthrough in advancing today’s computing capabilities, temporarily soothing mounting market concerns over the long-term sustainability of Moore’s Law. The company unveiled a 7-nanometer node chip that is substantially more efficient, offers nearly four times the current capacity, and represents more than a 50% power-to-performance increase. 336 more words
Yes people! It’s possible. You can run your own free Raspberry Pi web server from home. It is quite late on this Sunday evening and I would still like to have watch the latest episode of Game of Thrones, so I’m definitely not going to say a lot about the process. 20 more words