With a short list of household items like scissors, a sheet of plastic, white paper, nails, a hammer, and a knife, this short video shows you how to make a simple "hologram projector" that looks pretty cool. A perfect weekend pandemic project.
Okay so it's not a elegantly crafted used of Kyber crystals, and more of a hyper-focused propane torch. But still. At least you can customize blade colors with it! As Nerdist points out, it's more akin to the canonical Mustafarian Proto-Sabers. That's a start though! READ THE REST
It's beautiful pic.twitter.com/uDI9nlnI4A — beef (@shittyfriend) May 13, 2020 Image: Evan Swigart / Flickr (CC 2.0) READ THE REST
My friend Steve Davee posted this fun project to Instructables. It's a perfect project for shut-in parents and kids to do together. READ THE REST
If you want to understand the job market, there's no source more reliable than LinkedIn. So when data science and data analysis roles dominate the LinkedIn list of the fastest-growing jobs in the world, it's probably worth some consideration for job seekers. Knowing the tools and processes that fuel the adoption of data analysis in… READ THE REST
Keyboards and mice are fine for surfing the web. They're fine for working in spreadsheets, assembling a text document or for sorting through emails. But when users need precision control, the old keyboard and mouse often don't quite cut it anymore. For gamers, they turn to souped-up joysticks with a host of extra buttons and… READ THE REST
"Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door." That century-old quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson (sort of) is just as true today. If you build a better product, offer a better service or create a better infrastructure for customers, then with a bit of time and attention, the world… READ THE REST