Month: July 2021

Gadget

TGP # 517 Polsen SCL-1080 Shot Gun Microphone

Welcome to The Gadget Professor Show # 517 hosted by Don Baine.WRISTS SCL-1080 SECONDThe Polsen SCL-1080 condenser shotgun microphone connects well and is set up with a DSLR, camcorder, or portable recorder to record clear and natural sound. This microphone is designed to detect ambient noise and focus on the head in front of it, […]

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Gadget

What’s Up With Foldable Smartphones?

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Gadget

Deze automatische brillenpoetser is een hit op Kickstarter

LensHD manufacturers tried to raise 845 euros through Kickstarter, but a few days later the counter is already over 200,000 euros. So it is a handy tool: you put the glasses in a container and press a button, then it washes your glass properly right away. From LensHD works with round glasses and squares and […]

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World News

From genetically engineering kiwifruit to banking: Meet Westpac graduate Bradley Hosking

Bradley Hosking spent five years studying at the University of Auckland. From new genetic engineering to kiwifruit, to modern technology, graduate Bradley Hosking is bringing a variety of insights into his new role at Westpac. A 23-year-old technical student enrolled at Westpac in early 2021 after completing a Bachelor of Commerce in Information Systems and […]

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Business

Best Document Management Systems in 2021 [A Complete Guide]

For the past decade, companies around the world have been trying to move away from paper and opt for digital recordings, in which the epidemic has grown exponentially. Documentation, whether on a computer or in a paper, is essential for a business to function, because managing information from different sources can be a daunting task. […]

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World News

How Aziz Al Sa’afin forgave his attacker and believes education can combat hate crimes

Publisher and journalist Aziz Al Sa’afin is the Rainbow Ambassador When Aziz Al Sa’afin looked at his opponent in court and told him to forgive him, it was the most difficult time of his life. But it was the threat of homosexuality on Karangahape Street in Auckland that taught him how to deal with hate […]

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Gadget

Cannes Interview: Caroline Champetier

This article appeared in the July 12 edition of The Film Comment Letter, our free weekly newsletter featuring original film criticism and writing. Sign up for the Letter here. Annette (Leos Carax, 2021). Set photos by Kris Dewitte/Facts of Emotions. Stills courtesy of Amazon Studios Few cinematographers have a filmography as wide-ranging and impressive as Caroline Champetier, whose collaborations—with Jean-Luc […]

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Gadget

Best gear for summer classes

For many of us who are enrolled in college during COVID-19summer 2021 is shaping up to be an odd in-between period with a halfway-there sort of vibe: Things are looking up, but they’re not quite back to normal. Even as the world reopens and our schools prepare to follow suitthe pandemic’s effects still shape our […]

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Gadget

Automated Glasses Cleaning Machine: I Can See Clearly Now, the Smudge is Gone

Glasses: always carry fingers and grease on them, and, especially me, ice cream. You know the old saying: do you eat with your eyes first? It’s a lot harder than it sounds. Enter the LensHD cleaning machine right now crowdfunding on Kickstarter. It is a method of cleaning glasses and sunglasses that clean lenses and […]

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Tech

Thinking About Glue

Mu Glue: Dark Story Software, Marcel Weiher asks why there is so much code. Why Microsoft Office 400 million lines of code? Why do we run into the truth of what Alan Kay said that “Programs seem ‘big’ and ‘difficult’ in what they do? Weiher makes an interesting statement: the reason we have so much […]

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