Monthly Archives: January 2015

The World’s Best Blog Collection of Awesome, Memorable Quotes

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Blockchain scalability

Author note: Vitalik Buterin contributed to this article. Editor’s note: Kieren James-Lubin is a program co-chair for our O’Reilly Radar Summit: Bitcoin & the Blockchain on January 27, 2015, in San Francisco. For more on the program and for registration … Continue reading

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How To Make A Rocket Stove Out Of Soup Cans And Sand

Make a rocket stove using tin cans and sand. by Jim Bonham via sustainblog …came across another really simple plan for a rocket stove made from tin cans. Jim Bonham, who made the video, has another one with some updates, … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Beehive In A Jar

How to make a beehive using mason jars. via removerandreplace It seems everyone is interested in how to make your own beehive in a jar. Have the rows of organic honey jars at the farmers market got you thinking about … Continue reading

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Trinket uses RF to track you through the house

If you carry a cell phone with GPS, you always know where you are on the planet. But what about inside buildings or even your own home? Knowing if you’re in the kitchen or the living room would be a … Continue reading

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Lync to IoT

Today’s Hardware Friday is of a kind I’ve not seen before. Sure, we’ve seen the Chat to Hardware, Hardware to Chat projects, but I don’t think I’ve seen that uses Lync and the Unified Communications Web API. Plus I’ve missing … Continue reading

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Azure Websites’ “Easy Authentication and Authorization” with Chris Gillum | Azure Friday

Scott talks to Azure Websites software engineer Chris Gillum who gets is up to speed on Azure Websites’ Easy Authentication and Authorization. This new "one-click" feature can take *any* Azure Website – that means node.js and PHP as well as … Continue reading

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