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Keshe: Tesla-type, fuel-less, stand-alone zero point generator

Exciting news from the Keshe Foundation:

Attendees will see and hear a Keshe Foundation presentation & demonstration of a Tesla-type, fuel-less, stand-alone generator that generates electricity for an average-sized home… 76 more words

Lifestyle

Open Source Learning Tools

This TED talk by Richard Baraniuk outlines an idea of a “knowledge ecosystem” in which users become contributors and producers. Create, Mix, Rip, Burn – basically build upon the ideas of others to make learning bigger, more accessible, culturalized, and personalized. 16 more words

Learning

Facebook open sources Zstandard compression algorithm and MyRocks storage engine

Today, Facebook is releasing its Zstandard compression algorithm into the wild as open source. The lossless compression technology is aimed at replacing existing libraries like… 282 more words

TC

credit card form "best practices"

Most of us have written HTML forms which accept credit card details. And most of them have been, well…, bad. I say this because most of us and even the big players out there like Visa and Apple and Microsoft and Google don’t even do this right yet. 530 more words

Open Source

Use Cases for Amazon Echo Look More like Smart Phone than Smart Home

Amidst SO MUCH technological advancement, from the proliferation of sensors to form factors to new modes of interaction to software intelligence, many product companies make the grave mistake of over-complicating connected versions of their products. 674 more words

Internet Of Things

Wrapping Up: OpenStack - Outreachy Internship

The pencil down date has passed. It’s been one heck of a journey! If done right, it is perhaps one of the world’s best experiences for aspiring developers. 744 more words

Open Source

Dealing with Factors in R

What is the deal with the data type “Factor” in R?  It has a purpose and I know that a number of packages use this format, however, I often find that (1) my data somehow ends up in the format and (2) it’s not what I want. 301 more words

Science