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  Some geek mats to welcome guests

Geeks are mostly otaku, they like surfing the Internet, playing games. Perhaps not everyone is a programmer, but most of them have some understanding of programming. It is undoubtedly very necessary to have a specific pattern mat at the door as a glorious proud geek, what mat should you use? 1. Binary Floor/Door Mat There are 10 kinds of people in the world, one is understanding binary code, the other one who doesn't understand binary code. The above binary mat is the binary codes of " welcome"...


  Instagram has more than 100 million users

On TechCrunch Disrupt, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Instagram users is over $100 million.According to comScore data, Instagram traffic in July rose 38%, it becomes the 56th site in United States. And Instagram official said that the number of users was 80 million and over four billion photos uploaded to the server in July.Last week, Facebook formally completed the acquisition of Instagram, the final cost is $735 million. Zuckerberg says he wants to help the growth of the application, ...


  Amazon unveils 8.9" Kindle Fire HD

Amazon today unveiled 7 products of Kindle family, including the $69 new Kindle; Kindle Paperwhite WiFi/3G, priced at $119 / $179; 7-inch Kindle Fire regular edition/HD version, $159/$ 199; 8.9inch Kindle Fire HD with WiFi/4G Edition at $299 /$499. However, the Amazon phone did not show up. The 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD is today's highlight, because it looks real similar to iPad. Kindle Fire HD has the following features: 1920 x 1200 resolution, 254PPI Texas Instruments OMAP 4470 proce...


  10 reasons why I "hate" working in Facebook

To me, the past two years in Facebook is simply a nightmare, To celebrate the upcoming 2 year anniversary, I decided to jump out of it. Facebook, I have so many reasons to hate you. However, for fear that readers find me too annoying, I take my complaints to be condensed into the top ten reasons.1. Why should submit so much code? In the past two years, the number of Facebook engineers is doubled, and the amount of code submitted by each engineer is also increased with the increase of the number ...

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  7 revolutionary electronic products

Electronic products can be seen everywhere in our lives. There are several revolutionary electronic products which affect people's life deeply. The following are seven representative electronic products.1. Motorola DynaTACIt is the ancestor of cellphone. DynaTAC is a series of cellular telephones manufactured by Motorola, Inc. from 1983 to 1994. The first model, the 8000x, received FCC certification in 1983,and became the first cell phone to be offered commercially. It weighs 2.5 pounds and can ...


  A list of English abbreviations

When we read emails or short message on our phone, we will often see some words such as FYI or LOL etc. Do you know their meanings, right? But some of the abbreviations we may not know or cannot remember clearly. Here is a list of English abbreviations which may be useful to you in the future when you want to check them.      Numbers:    &n"sp;   2 = to/too   2B or not 2B = To be or not to be   4 = for   4ever = forever  A:   ...


  Nokia fires the Qt team

Recently, Nokia announced that they would lay off around 10000 employees, 700 of them are developers. Among these 700 developers, 100 are the core developers of the open source project Qt.Nokia is the main sponsor of the open source project Qt. According to Mirko Boehm, the core Qt team has around 100 people, this means that Nokia fires the whole Qt team.He criticized Nokia's decision, he thought that a responsible CEO should persuade the team to move to other platforms.Qt team is experienced, t...

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  The Internet : from 1969-1974

Internet was born 43 years ago. There are some big events in the history of Internet development. In my opinion, most of the big events happened at the first five years, i.e, from 1969-1974.  1969 : ARPANETThe Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), was the world's first operational packet switching network and the core network of a set that came to compose the global Internet. The first ARPANET transmission was between Stanford Research Institute and UCLA on 29th, October 1969...

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