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Removing the boom
from supersonic flight
What's on your
network? This article
on tracking down and removing unwanted devices looks quite good.
A new tool for noise
removal that also has the potential for use as an automatic
obstruction removal tool (removing the bars from a zoo cage for example)
the encryption from the key files for Apache SSL certificates so
the server will start without prompting for a password.
A Slashdot artical
on adding effective
cooling to a hard drive. I agree that this is a much more effective
(and often quieter) approach than the small, low-profile fans that are
often sold for this purpose. In fact I have done a similar thing,
except I used the mounting bracket from one of the low-profile coolers
(after removing the two fans on it that had failed, in less than a
year, and cutting a bigger opening in the bracket) and attached an 80mm
fan to it, this works very nicely, cools the drive more and is quieter
than the original cooler.
- removing a colour
cast from within PhotoShop. More on this,
including some tips about sky blue (where the magenta content should be
about a half of the cyan content) and flesh tones.
Improving your photos by paying attention to, and largely
backgrounds. Also includes the suggestion that using
flash to illuminate macro photographs (while keeping the lens stopped
down) can act to turn the background dark black.
people from your photographs, and giving your subject a digital
- The $200 laptop returns, this time from Elonex in England. This is thought to be the Chinese "Simple PC". Just for fun it moves all the heavy electronics and batteries from under the keyboard to behind the display, which makes it look rather unbalanced. The Register has a press release and says it should ship June'08, they also say it's going to be based on a 300MHz processor with 128MB of RAM (so should be slower than the Eee) and only has a 1GB SSD and has a removable keyboard. Pretty much the same info from The Inquirer. Here is a video of it in action - this shows the removable keyboard function, by removing the keyboard you turn the device into a webpad tablet (though not touch screen) which you control using a couple of mouse buttons and a thumb stick that are built into the back of the screen unit. This tablet conversion idea looks like it might work. In the video you can also see that the "unbalanced" nature of the device (when in keyboard attached mode) is addressed by a little pop-out stand behind the display. Now lets hope they make a version with a larger display and a faster CPU and more RAM... ITWire looks at this here and Slashdot discusses here. 
robot has been developed
- Removing the carbon atoms from methane to produce hydrogen gas and carbon black. 
- A project at Google called the Data Liberation Front is working to make sure you can move your data out of various Google services. 
- Inpaint from Teorex is a tool for removing unwanted objects from photos and replacing them with background textures.  
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