Larry Page Lists 5 Things That Google Will Conquer In The Future
Google CEO Larry Page just published his annual founder’s letter for shareholders and, as usual, it’s a fascinating glimpse into where Page thinks Google is going, how it’s going to get there and what the company will conquer in the future.
Sure, he mentions the usual things: search and email and being always logged in through Chrome so that your stuff can be seamlessly accessed on a laptop, phone or even on your TV.
But there are also a couple of surprises in there
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Amazing Face-Paintings Transform Models Into The 2D Works Of Famous Artists
by Valeriya Kutsan
If this isn’t the tightest shit you’ve seen then get the hell out of my face.
DIY Phone Signal Blocking Pouch
Instructions from the KILLYOURPHONE.COM workshops to create a simple tech privacy-focused pouch for your signal sending device:
The pouch has a very simple design. Of course you are invited make something more fashionable but this version is very easy to make and it works. Make it any size you want! (Tablet etc) To make it fit most common current smart phones I usually make the pouch 10 x 20 cm. IMPORTANT: What ever you do make sure you fold the material on all sides to make sure the radio waves can’t get through!!
Tutorial for a 10 x 20 cm pouch:
- Cut 12 cm stripes from your roll [HF+LF Shielding] blocking fleece.
- Make pieces of 50 x 12 cm, each for one pouch. (i.e. from a 1 m roll stripe you’ll get 2 pieces.)
- Fold your 50 x 12 cm piece in length to 25 x 12 cm
- Fold again the long sides, each 1 cm and pin them with needles.
- Sew two straight seams on the left and right side.
- Fold the opening at least 2 times! Find a paper clip or clamp to close the pouch.
The project also has a FAQ for doubters … you can check the project’s website with more valuable information here
Doubt I’ll ever need this… but just in case.