"Others gather beneath a tree at one end of the lot to smoke, joke and shake their heads in dazed amusement at the world in the way that only your hardened future shocked Third Worlders can."
Posted on 2 April, 2014
"Maps Runyon abandons the field when confronted with the glorious Google Maps. Other commentators says that its worth giving Nokia Maps, aka HERE, a try. Bing Maps is recommended by Lifehacker. Berlin-based startup Skobbler supplies an Android app called GPS Navigation & Maps, which adds navigation to Open Street Map for the bargain price of $0.99. You can use it offline and avoid those pesky roaming charges, which are especially onerous in Europe when a single train ride can involve passing through three different countries. See a full review of Skobbler’s app on GigaOM."
Posted on 27 March, 2014Source fastcolabs.com
Posted on 14 March, 2014
Posted on 14 March, 2014Reblogged from vincnetas
"Revision F. In this unit the class A 1108 preamp is replaced by a “push-pull” amplifier based on 1109 style class AB preamp with an output transformer that gives more output gain and a slightly different sonic character. Rev. F switches from a discrete to opamp based metering circuit."
Posted on 11 March, 2014Source masonaudio.org
"Addictive. Dumb. Will not put on phone."
Posted on 11 March, 2014Source greatergreaterwashington.org
"К настоящему моменту окончательно оформилась третья волна московского андеграунда. Образно выражаясь, появились клубы по интересам. И стало не так важно, кто что играет, на каком языке поет, что думает и чем занимается. Это можно описать одним словом «тусовка». Это сезонная депрессия. И сезон — мертвый"
Posted on 9 March, 2014Source volna.afisha.ru
Come see us on the 8th of March!
We’re organising the first Cryptoparty in Vilnius and Hack and Tell #2. During the former, we’ll be talking about the Tor project with one of its developers and will learn how to run a Tor bridge.
Later we’ll share our hacks and ideas: everyone can have 5 minutes to tell about their project.
Posted on 5 March, 2014Reblogged from technariumas
"device called the time microscope. There were tiny corpuscles in the blood which you could see if you used the proper high-speed photographic equipment. They were the key to immortality."
Posted on 4 March, 2014Source static.pinboard.in
Posted on 2 March, 2014Reblogged from technariumas
Posted on 1 March, 2014Reblogged from pukomuko