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Packetbeat: Network Analytics Using Elasticsearch | Elastic
Since windows DHCP/DNS logs suck, use this to slurp packets and analyze
network  monitoring  analytics  elasticsearch  ELK  sysadmin  tips  tricks 
3 days ago
Huawei Sting Offers Rare Glimpse of U.S. Targeting Chinese Giant - Bloomberg
The article kinda lightly brushed over this, but where is Huawei/it's associates getting a 100KW laser for such destructive testing?
diamond  thin  film  coating  industrial  espionage  Huawei 
3 days ago
Technische Universität Wien : Neuartiger Rollstuhl: Besserer Antrieb durch Kurbeln
handcranks optimized for arm motion, for smoother propulsion and not getting your hands caught up in the wheels
hand  crank  handcrank  propulsion  wheelchair  medicine  health 
4 days ago
👩‍💻 webpaige@google.com on Twitter: "✨🙌 PSA: type "chrome:gpu""
Chrome has a handy debug page to see if your GPU is actually helping or not
chrome  browser  GPU  hardware  acceleration  check  sysadmin  tips  tricks 
9 days ago
Oceans S1, the scuba dive computer with buddy communication. by Team Oceans — Kickstarter
Dive comp with an acoustic ping system to grab the attention of other wearers in range. Not texting though.
underwater  diving  communication  acoustic  ping  attention  hardware  electronics  devices 
9 days ago
Sol Raiders
The wearable computer using warehouse based VR game now has a PvP-ish game variation.
PvP  VR  AR  game  wearable  computer 
9 days ago
Gypsum as an agricultural product | American Society of Agronomy
Power plant flue scrubber artificial gypsum appears to be superior to naturally mined gypsum as a fertilizer/soil additive
artificial  gypsum  soil  additive  agriculture  research 
10 days ago
Ocean Guardian - Powered by Shark Shield Technology
Shark shields run all the time, so now they have a triggerable wand called eSPEAR so you can have longer battery life
shark  shield  wand  defense  protection  hardware  electronics  devices  diving  equipment 
10 days ago
Mechanoresponsive self-growing hydrogels inspired by muscle training | Science
mechanical hydrogel polymer muscles that get stronger with training/use, like real muscles
biomimicry  polymer  hydrogel  artificial  muscle  actuator 
10 days ago
Anti-fatigue-fracture hydrogels | Science Advances
A pill that expands into a ball in stomach acid is a hydrogel, which can support stomach based health sensors which need to be oral pills, but expand to lodge in the stomach.
hydrogel  biomimicry  materials  science  research  technology  expandable  bubble 
10 days ago
iRobot® Reinventing Lawn Care with Terra™ Robot Mower - Jan 30, 2019
robot lawnmower that uses beacon stakes rather than a boundary wire to define the area and geolocate. Maybe bluetooth BLE beacons?
robot  home  lawn  mower  lawnmower 
10 days ago
Joining gun bonds metal and plastic within seconds
Adheasiveless, rivetless joining of plastic and metal, by laser etching tiny holes at the joint position in the metal, fast melting the plastic into the holes, then cooling the plastic so that it grabs the holes.
plastic  metal  bond  joint  Fraunhofer  materials  science  manufacturing  research 
10 days ago
[SOLVED] Office 2019 - No MSI to install. How do I install it? - MS Office - Spiceworks
Read the comments about fixing the XML for VL 2019 standard, not retail ProPlus
microsoft  office  2019  install  standard  MAK  key 
10 days ago
Aster Thermoacoustics
Interesting work on both thermoacoustic heat sources and matched bidirectional turbines for electrical power generation. Thermoacoustic electrical generators previously used linear alternators, but those prefer faster cycles, which is opposite what the thermoacoustic wants (parts sizing goes up unfavorably when scaling), and slower long stroke linear alternators also have issues (long piston stroke, sealing issues). Using a rectifying bidirectional turbine may be a convenient workaround.
EU  europe  holland  thermoacoustic  research  acoustic  wave  rectifying  bidirectional  turbine  power  generator  cooling  waste  heat  recovery 
10 days ago
SoundEnergy – Thermo acoustic cooling technology
Thermoacoustic cooler that uses waste heat to make cold directly, no electricity stage
thermoacoustic  cooler  refridgerator  cooling  waste  heat  recovery 
10 days ago
JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIGHTS UP THE ROAD AHEAD FOR SELF-DRIVING VEHICLES OF THE FUTURE
Interesting HCI work on showing self driving car intentions. Japanese makers seem to working more towards expressive eyes as the signal system though.
HCI  self  driving  car  navigation  intention  signal  signaling  signage  projection  sign  direction  automotive  technology 
10 days ago
Meet Scout
So amazon is testing those Starship cargo UGV's
amazon  delivery  cargo  UGV  robot  ecommerce 
10 days ago
quantumtx.com - Home
Here's the startup commercializing the MRegen magnetic muscle stimulator
MRegen  muscle  stimulator  exercise  alternative  health  medicine  noninvasive  magnetic  field 
10 days ago
Efficient CO2 Utilization via a Hybrid Na-CO2 System Based on CO2 Dissolution - ScienceDirect
Converts CO2 to hydrogen and baking soda via electrolytic cell and aqueous solution. Dependent on the aqueous solution though, where does that come from, how hard is it to regenerate, etc. Makes power too
CCS  CO2  carbon  capture  baking  soda  hydrogen  gas  production  power  generator  electrolytic  cell  sodium  ionic  conductor  NASICON  separator  membrane  chemistry 
10 days ago
Unfortunately, the map isn't accurate. The actual definition of the "100 mile zo... | Hacker News
Hrm, but CBP treats international airports in the center of the US as a border crossing, an frequently uses that definition to expand a 100 mile bubble around said airports. If the 100 mile rule only applies to external borders, then how are interior international airport checkpoints and the surrounding area supposed to be handled then?
100  mile  border  zone  CBP  law  enforcement  legal  checkpoint 
10 days ago
e · GitLab
Appears to be an attempt to do AOSP while removing google tracking hooks
AOSP  android  OS  alternative  privacy  anonymity 
10 days ago
Computational periscopy with an ordinary digital camera | Nature
pinspeck inverse camera obscura can show what an image is based on the shadows it sends
computational  photography  hidden  image  detection  camera 
10 days ago
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