Local Eye Doctor Shares 4 Tips to Avoid Computer Eye Strain
If you work in an office, you probably spend long hours on a computer, which any eye doctor will tell you can be hard on the eyes. But you’re not alone. As many as 70
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Brew Your Coffee with Inductive Charging
POSTED May 9, 2014 SoG_lafenice_feature_600x350 The Kickstarter video for the La Fenice coffee machine is like an SNL skit gone awry, with hosts Stefan and Fabio comically introducing their device, while a narrator waxes on about "perfection," sounding like a cross between Ray Winstone and Sir David Attenborough. Once you get past their amusing earnestness (and their subtle derision for "American filter coffee") the invention of a coffee machine that charges inductively is pretty enticing If I had $700 to drop, I'd get one for the HowStuffWorks office, complete with its "copper, brass, chestnut wood and handmade Murano glass" exterior. If you think we're over-caffeinated now, wait until we get one of those in the kitchen…
Philo T. Farnsworth
Phylo T. Farnsworth is called the "Father of Television" -- his initial idea for electronic television came to him as a teen. He's also become something of an icon representing the little guy -- he battled big business in in a patent suit.
Electrical circuits, machines & measurements
The course can be broadly divided into 3 major parts, namely: Electrical circuits, Electrical Machines and Measuring instruments. The course is spread over
How Ford will create a new generation of driverless cars
In four years Ford will be mass producing cars without a steering wheel, accelerator pedal or brake pedal.
Squirrels outrank hackers as threat to U.S. electrical grid
According to an expert, squirrels, owls and other wildlife are a greater menace to U.S. electrical grids than hackers.