I saw this and wanted to make sure that I could find it again and watch it whenever.
Tetris is somehow getting its own live-action movie
This is the dumbest thing I’ve heard today so far, it’s early yet though.
Posted from my phone. (HTC M-8)
On the way to Taos, just entering Texas.
Next stop Amarillo.
I’ve wanted a whiteboard for my office since I moved into this house. I saw this and immediately thought it was a simple perfect answer to getting a glass whiteboard (even better than I had wanted) Now I just wish it was magnetic, maybe I can do something better.
1 x TORSBY 53″x33″ White Glass Top for $79
1 x RIBBA Picture Ledge for $10
1/2″ mirror hardware for $5
Laser Level, ruler, stud finder, and drill
1 hour later
Reference: NOT Expensive Glass Whiteboard
Helmets are of less value as safety equipment to people on bicycles than they would be to pedestrians. Worse yet they make the drivers of cars more comfortable.
I got this from an article here: RASPBERRY PI AND THE “SAY” COMMAND FROM OSX: HOW-TO MAKE YOUR PI SPEAK-AT-WILL
The instructions are pretty straight forward and will be worth trying out. This would fit as a piece with another project I have in mind so that when I am in a particular room it would then tell me things and not display them.
I wish I had seen this on April Fools Day, as it was I didn’t see it till now. I was totally fooled, mostly because I kind of wish it was real.
I keep noticing that many of the best stories are somewhat circular. These stories begin with some fact or event and then go through often tremendous amounts of changes, information and events and then they circle back to that original fact or event to finish with an emotional or humorous touch that evokes a “Wow” moment. It doesn’t matter if I am hearing it or reading it always seems to hits one of my emotional response buttons.
There are some great examples of storytellers that use this method well. One of the best is Eddie Izzard his comedy routines often circle back. Almost all of them “Call Back” on some point or another for various reasons.
There are many other examples that I can’t think of at the moment but I reserve the right to come back and update this post to contain other examples as I find or remember them.
I saw this post and immediately thought how cool is that! I want to do something like that for my big screen TV in the living room where I’m already running a Raspberry Pi and XBMC.
This would work on the other flat screen TV in the bedroom too:
Ambient lighting would look incredible. This is a fantastic way to do it.
- Build your own “Ambilight” clone with the Raspberry Pi (instructables.com)