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- ASRock Sandy Bridge Motherboard notes – Rasmus’ Toys Page –
- Science Explains Why Your Memory Gets Worse As You Get Older – Lifehacker –
- The Really Simple Way to Get Work Done | zen habits –
- Engineering Matters –
- Why we procrastinate about long-term health goals | Acupuncture in the news –
- Why We Don’t Take Care of Ourselves –
- AXFR TO GIT –
- Dave’s Tech Blog » Blog Archive » The Importance of Dusting Your Computer Out – Did you know that dust can act as a weak conductor of electricity? This is something my dad taught me a long time ago while working under the hood of a car, taking care to clean the surface and leads of the battery off so that it was spotless. He said that if dust were allowed to build up on top of the battery it would eventually discharge the thing and you wouldn’t be able to start your car. Granted, it might have to sit for a few days for that kind of problem to occur but it does occur, and similar problems can happen with computers. In fact I’ve encountered a few computers that had dust built up inside of them for a long time which did result in the CMOS battery discharging
- OneSwarm Keeps Big Brother Out of Your BitTorrent Hair by Restricting Downloads to Just Your Friends – Lifehacker –
- Gabor hits Send: Organizing your Email into Folders is a Waste of Time –
- Ads Implant False Memories | Wired Science | Wired.com – The answer returns us to a troubling recent theory known as memory reconsolidation. In essence, reconsolidation is rooted in the fact that every time we recall a memory we also remake it, subtly tweaking the neuronal details. Although we like to think of our memories as being immutable impressions, somehow separate from the act of remembering them, they aren’t. A memory is only as real as the last time you remembered it. What’s disturbing, of course, is that we can’t help but borrow many of our memories from elsewhere, so that the ad we watched on television becomes our own, part of that personal narrative we repeat and retell.
- Barriers to Knowledge Sharing: The Biggest One Isn’t Systems – Michael Sampson on Collaboration –
- Version-controlled, automagical backup and file sharing system with Sparkleshare and Fedora « Máirín Duffy –
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- tortoisegit – Project Hosting on Google Code –
- Tv’s cobweb: Git for Computer Scientists –
- Let’s be practical – Charlie’s Diary – Second, I'll tell you how to relieve muscle pain.
This technique is called vaso-flushing and I learned it from my wife, who makes her living doing sports massage. It works best on injuries that happened more than 48 hours earlier, and it's also good for chronic pain (including my own.)
It's simple: First, you apply ice to the painful area for three minutes. Then, you apply heat for one minute–this is best done by immersing in a hot tub or jacuzzi if you can swing that.
After that minute of heat, you go back to three minutes of ice, then another minute of heat, then ice and heat again.
When the three rounds are done, you finish up with a minute or two of ice. That's it.
I do this at my gym to take advantage of their giant ice machine and jacuzzi, but I've used an ice pack and electric blanket at home. It works surprisingly well.
- Android-based ATRIX 4G boasts ‘impressive specs,’ says iFixit | Computerworld NZ –
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