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Data Defined [Infographic] - ReadWrite
Earlier this year we wrote about an infographic that visualized what 10 petabytes looks like. An infographic tonight by the team at Focus takes a different look at how data is defined. The Focus infographic "uses measures only associated with data." Quantities of data are discussed in abstract terms.
Computer Printer Salvage - Make:
It’s easy to build up a “junk box” of items you can use to build projects seen in MAKE — or just about anything you can imagine. Many of my articles for MAKE take advantage of found components, often picked out of trash bins. Just because an electronic device has failed at its original task doesn’t mean it can’t perform other tasks. Castoffs can be recovered and the parts repurposed in countless ways. Recently, my trash-picking adventures turned up a discarded laser printer. I set about findi…
You're Being Watched Online
Youre Being Watched Online -Yes, everything you do online is being tracked. Your searches, the videos you watch, transactions, social events, even crime. Scandalous crimes. With a little help, especially with our guides, you’re still able to remain anonymous on the Internet. -By Jackson Chung on January 27th, 2014
Complete Guide for Tech Beginners
Every starting is heard but if you have the motivation and strong determination you will be successful. Most of the students especially of the students of engineering want to build and make something. Practical experience of making something makes our learning perfect and help us to understand the real facts. Though it is very much important but most of the students do not get proper guidelines and they do not not from where he should start. I believe this tutorial will help tech beginners an...
The History Of The Hard Drive [Infographic]
Data Size Matters!Most of you are working on your computer all day long, save what you have created and don’t think much about it after that. Well for starters, did you know that just 5 MB of hard drive space cost $10,000 back in 1956???? See more amazing facts on the infographic