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Noise pollution tit for tat uses the Baha Boys as a weapon

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Category: Hacks

From hackaday.com

It monitors incoming sound and, using an adjustable threshold, it will trigger when the neighbors are too loud. We think he was wise to include some time filtering that makes sure the loud noises are sustained and not just the result of someone bumping into the wall.

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Giving a Powerpoint presentation with an Apple ][ - Hack a Day

Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Category: Hacks

From hackaday.com

When [Vince] saw a coworker give a presentation with an iPad, he thought to himself what a tremendous waste of computing resources he was witnessing; an iPad is just as powerful as an early Cray supercomputer, and displaying slides isn′t a computationally intensive task.

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Living Photography Oscillator, Scientific American Blog Network

Monday, May 21, 2012
Category: Hacks

From blogs.scientificamerican.com

Like other bacteria, many species of photosynthetic cyanobacteria can swim and swarm to move towards areas where more foodâ€"sunlightâ€"is available. Shading some regions will quickly clear them of bacteria, reproducing which areas were bright and which were dark, creating a living photographic image.

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