Monthly Archives: January 2014

DIY littleBits

Let’s make DIY littleBits!  For original circuits, visit littleBits.cc .  I will be adding more steps to this instructable every time I manage to make another DIY littleBit.  So come back often and follow this instructable  to see new designs.  … Continue reading

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Top Ten Android Apps for use with Raspberry Pi @raspberry_pi #piday #raspberrypi

RasPi.tv has a useful post of the top ten android app for using with your pi. Here’s 3, for more click here. I regularly use my Nexus 7 or my Android smartphone (was Galaxy S2, now Nexus 5) to help … Continue reading

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Your top 10 favorite Excel posts of 2013

The most popular Excel blog posts of 2013 reflect your interest in the new capabilities we’ve added to Excel this year, including exciting updates to Web Excel and the release of Power Map for Excel. Other favorite posts offer valuable … Continue reading

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Getting Started: Siena 101

Build your first Project Siena app in under 10 minutes while learning the basic framework of working with Project Siena. Create Excel tables with images and bring them into Project Siena Visualize your tables using gallery controls Perform simple filters on … Continue reading

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3D Printed Netduino Remote Controlled Car

[Matt] lives in South Africa, where homes have smallish crawlspaces (some only 30cm high!) that he can’t quite squeeze himself into. Even if he could, he probably wouldn’t: they’re apparently vacation homes for the local rats. He did, however, want … Continue reading

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“This is a Trent Reznor Song”

(Via Rudy Coby)      from Boing Boing http://ift.tt/1fdBnWq via IFTTT

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Microsoft creates a 20 gigapixel photo panorama of Seattle

Microsoft has created a new 20 gigapixel photo panorama of Seattle that used the company’s Photosynth and Image Composite Editor software to merge nearly 2,400 separate photos. Read more…      from Neowin http://ift.tt/1mMx86O via IFTTT

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