Just waiting #vscocam

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Map of the Internet

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Link | No Comments

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Ever wanted to see a visual representation of the internet and it’s traffic from 2011? The Internet Map does just that. It has coloured the 350 thousand websites into countries and the size based on the website traffic. Its quite amazing to look at.

Below is the key for the colours that represent the country, some of it maybe questionable. (Red for Russian, yellow for China?)

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Best USB stick ever! #USB #vscocam

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Cracking out this bad boy #35mm #vscocam

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#8hours #vscocam

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#Dragonforce @ #thekla – #vscocam

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Amazing Water & Sound Experiment #2

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A ‘Brief’ Video Explaining How Codecs Work

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A 45min video that explains the different aspects of codecs, like bit depth, long-gop and bit rate. Worth a watch.

ECS LIVA Mini PC Kit

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Link, News | No Comments

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Apparently ECS LIVA Mini PC Kit is a very small PC that can run Windows 8.1, for under $200. Sounds like a posh version of a Raspberry Pi. Would make an awesome PLEX client for my set up at home.

TechPowerUp reviewed the product, you should check out their conclusion on their review.

Want to Find Nerdy Day Trips? Look No Further!

Posted by on May 20, 2014 in News | No Comments

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There has many a time when I couldn’t think of anything to do during a weekend. I’ve personally googled ‘things to do in…’ too many times. But I stumbled upon this little gem… a site showing nerdy day trips. Brilliant!