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3 Mag/10

Google Chrome Calculator

Google Chrome Calculator

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Math wizards take note. Chromey Calculator is an extension for the Google Chrome web browser that offers access to most of Wolfram|Alpha’s and Google’s mathematical calculations and functions. The extension places one of those dreaded icons in the Google Chrome header that opens a popup window when clicked on. Here it is then possible to perform calculations and conversions easily. Supported among others are for instance: Mixed...

13 Gen/10

Three calculators for the Linux desktop

Three calculators for the Linux desktop

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); To many, geek = math && nerd = math. To others school = math && math = calculator. During my stint as a computer science major, the very idea of differential had me running scared back to my calculator. It was a must, and for many a symbol of intellect and power. All of this to say that we all need a good calculator now and then. But instead of running out to the local box store and purchasing a new piece of hardware,...

23 Ago/09

Turn a Pair of Walkie-Talkies into a Long-Distance Camera Trigger [DIY]

Turn a Pair of Walkie-Talkies into a Long-Distance Camera Trigger [DIY]

A cable release is great if you’re standing next to the camera. An infrared remote works fine if you’re standing in front of the camera. But what if you’re a quarter mile away? Walkie-talkies can provide the range. Flickr user Majet wanted to start taking wild life photos but he didn’t want to disturb the wildlife he was photographing. His solution? Build a simple electronic relay that would take the pulse sent by a walkie-talkie and translate it into a remote shutter...




21 Giu/09

iPhone 3GS? Not Enough to Justify the Cost (and AT&T Sucks)

iPhone 3GS? Not Enough to Justify the Cost (and AT&T Sucks)

Asked my Twitter peeps whether or not they were buying the just-released iPhone 3GS, and 175 replies later, the response is a pretty solid NO. Almost 80% of respondents are passing on the 3GS mainly because they don’t think the upgrade is worth the money, they’re not eligible for the upgrade pricing, they think AT&T blows, they’re waiting for next year’s model, or they’re simply happy with their current phone. The other 20% were thrilled about getting...