Tag: tech

The secret to avoiding CES cynicism is never really going

  I’ve been going to CES for almost ten years now, and it amazes me that really, nothing has changed. The same people are saying the same things on the same stages, selling the same people the same junk with… well, slightly different numbers attached. But this year I had a great time and found…

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The self-contained Fusion electric guitar lets you truly rock out

  As a hard-core rocker and roller I find that my gear has to be ready to rock and/or roll at a moment’s notice. There is no telling when I’ll have to lay out a face-melter during jury duty or blast out some Stairway while giving plasma at the local blood bank, and I often…

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Cherry’s new low-profile switches may help bring mechanical keyboards to more laptops

  You may not think much about the switches that sit underneath the keycaps of your keyboard, but there are many enthusiasts who really, really care. The trend is clearly going toward slim keyboards — and that’s not lost on Cherry. At CES this week, the company introduced a new line of keyboard switches that…

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Nukemap: interactive map of potential nuclear bombing fatalities

In these troubled times, Alex Wellerstein’s interactive Nukemap allows users to survey the damage of various kinds of nuclear bombs aimed at major cities worldwide. In this example, a typical Chinese nuke hitting downtown Los Angeles would kill 1.3 million and injure another 3 million. (more…) Powered by WPeMatico

Powerful film on how Bronx Freedom Fund rescues those who can’t afford bail

  Bail is intended to compel defendants show up for court, but for poor citizens who can’t make bail, it can lead to pre-trial jail terms that can ruin their lives. The Bail Project profiles Ramel, who was bailed out by the nonprofit Bronx Freedom Fund. (more…) Powered by WPeMatico

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