At Maker Faire a couple of weeks ago Bob Knetzger offered me a BrushPick from a little keychain dispenser. I thought my teeth were already clean but I took one anyway because the picks looked cool, with a tiny sword on one side, a moth antenna on the other side. It turned out that my teeth were not as clean as I previously thought. I bought a 3-pack of dispensers ($(removed) on Amazon) and have been using them every day since. I need to stock up on replacement brushes to refill the containers, each of which hold 15 picks.
Everybody could use a little improvement, especially those of us on the hunt for new careers. Each job requires a different set of skills, and that list can change from year to year or even month to month as new technologies emerge. When you’re in that race and need to learn fast, the old model […]
In recent years, natural language processing technology and language translation technology have advanced greatly. The trouble is, language translation software typically comes in the form of apps. And while your mileage may vary on their usefulness, they share one thing in common: a serious drain on the battery for your smartphone, the very thing you’ll […]
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