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New <em>Daybreak</em> AT&T commissioned short film features Nikola Tesla Daybreak film segment featuring a model of Tesla'sWardenclyffe Tower Joe Kinney, Senior Project Engineer of the New Yorker Hotel, contacted me recently to inform me of a new short film featuring Nikola Tesla. The film was produced by Ridley Scott Associates and was commissioned by AT&T to promote their mobile technology. The plot of the story revolves around the main character's attempt to unravel the mysterious death of his father who was on the verge of discovering the secrets of Tesla's wireless power transmission. The film is action-packed and very interesting. It features a hidden Tesla laboratory (who knew Tesla had spun aluminum toroids?)

"Another visitor! Stay a while. Staaaaay, FOREVER!" Small project #9 — PC-fan tacho-signal spoofer Some time ago I got an email. Yes it still happens. Someone was having a problem with computer / server fans. BEAM Robotics FAQ What is this BEAM stuff anyways? Where did it come from? In 1989, Mark Tilden invented the techniques of BEAM Robotics which combines simple, robust electronics with clever mechanics (and frequently solar power) to produce capable, autonomous robots. 20 brilliant things to make in a jar Via: Start saving your old jam jars! From cakes to herb gardens, pies to photo frames, and even entire meals … here are 20 fantastic things you never knew you could make with a jar. (Above: red velvet cupcakes in a jar. How to Make a Negative Ion air ionizer AdWords We use AdWords to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by AdWords. Ads are based on both AdWords data and behavioral data that we collect while you’re on our sites.

MightyOhm The Dino-Lite Pro AM4113T 1.3MP Handheld Digital Microscope is a surprisingly handy tool for inspecting all sorts of fine details at home and on the road. The small size and light weight are ideal for travel. Raspberry Pi with RGB-Pixels and node.js This article is also available in Serbo-Croatian language by Vera Djuraskovic. Thanks Vera! For quite some time I had my Raspi lying around. And some RGB Pixels as well. So it was about time to bring them together.

Make a Free, Customized Desk-top Organizer during your lunch break!! all you have to do in this step is to take a few seconds to categorize all the stuff on your desk, writing utensils, rulers, stapler equipment, stamps (if you have), thumb tacks, paper clips, binder clips, glue stick, etc. once you've categorized all your things, you need to figure out how many boxes, trays and/or cups you'll need. this is what i figured i'd need: - 2 cups (1 short, 1 tall) - 1 box tray for stamps - 1 tray w/ partitions - 1 tray for my stapler - 1 tray for the staple remover i wanted my cups to be big enough for all my writing utensils, so i made them 3" in diameter each. remember that old formula we learned in math class, C = 2π (r)?