Dan Artusi

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Super Elegant Business Card Designs Printed by MOO

You probably have noticed that we are fans of minimalist brand identity and design work. We believe in the saying "if I had more time I would have …

Graphic Design

For people age 50 or older, doctors say the new shingles vaccine is a must

Federal officials have recommended a new vaccine that is more effective than an earlier version at protecting older adults against the painful rash called shingles. But persuading many adults to get this and other recommended vaccines continues to be an uphill battle, physicians and vaccine experts …

Public Health

Beyond the Moon: The Planned Apollo Missions That Could Have Been

The Apollo program flirted with the idea of flying far beyond the moon.<p>Since Gene Cernan stepped back into the Apollo 17 lander in 1972, no human being has set foot on the moon again. On the windless lunar world, the Apollo astronauts' footsteps still remain, waiting for future explorers and …

Peek inside the Apollo 11 command module with this new 3D scan

Today marks the the 47th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, and you can celebrate by taking a virtual tour inside the NASA spacecraft that carried the first astronauts to the Moon. The Smithsonian Museum and Autodesk have created a 3D scan of the inside of the Columbia spacecraft — the …

Cox is the latest ISP to expand broadband data caps

After beginning a wide expansion of data caps earlier this year, Cox is now putting limits on even more of its internet subscribers. As spotted by <i>Ars Technica</i>, Cox has expanded its 1TB home data limit to Arizona, Louisiana, Nevada, and Oklahoma; the cap was previously in place for customers in …

Newly Declassified Document About Spy Satellites on the Space Shuttle Leaves the Sexy Bits To Your Imagination

What’s the first thing you think about when you think of NASA’s space shuttle program? Sally Ride? Spinning in microgravity? The Challenger …

Even Apple can't make the Internet of Things tolerable

<i>The Internet of Shit is a column about all the shitty things we try to connect to the internet, and what can be done about it. It’s from the anonymous creator of the</i> <i>Internet of Shit</i> <i>Twitter account.</i><p>If you want to start an absolutely <i>thrilling</i> dinner table conversation with friends, try asking them …

Amazon Echo

Ideas to Add Storage to a Small Kitchen

When you have a small kitchen (I do), creative problem solving stops becoming a resume catchphrase and starts becoming a way of life. Configuring …

Honey Garlic Butter Salmon In Foil Recipe

Steps<p>1<p>Done<p>Position a rack in the middle of the oven. Preheat oven to 375°F | 190°C.<p>2<p>Done<p>Line a baking tray / sheet with a large piece of foil, big …

How CableLabs is paving the way for lightning-fast broadband

Phil McKinney’s job as CEO of CableLabs is to lead the cable TV industry forward into new technologies that can help with the delivery and adoption of cable TV services.<p>The company is the research arm of the cable TV industry, and its job is to push new technologies such as Docsis 3.1, which …

Net Neutrality

Two ex-Googlers explain why Chromebooks don’t run on Qualcomm processors

There are a lot of Chromebook models on the market, but the vast majority use Intel’s various processors. We’ve seen some other chipsets used, but we’ve yet to see an option packing Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors which are more than capable of running the lightweight Chrome OS. Why is …

Mobile Technology

Cambridge’s New Hyper-Efficient Transistors Are a Perfect Match for the IoT

Scientists at Cambridge University have developed a low-power transistor which consumes a billionth of a watt and operates under one volt. Such a …

IOT

Ever wondered how underwater cables are laid? We take a trip on the ship that keeps us online

Onboard the Pierre de Fermat, internet connectivity is limited. To get online sailors must visit a designated internet cabin to surf the web via a …

Brydge turns your iPad into an iOS-powered MacBook

There are tons of options out there for people on the hunt for a good iPad keyboard case. In fact, there are so many options that it can be extremely …

IPad Air

How to find and change Apple’s default wallpaper on macOS Sierra

Sure, macOS Sierra has some great new features that will fundamentally change the way you work but — particularly if you’ve got one of Apple’s gorgeous 5K iMacs — it’s hard to undersell the value of some beautiful photography.<p>With that in mind, Apple’s latest operating system comes with some truly …

Inside the Daring Mission That Thwarted a Nazi Atomic Bomb

When the Nazis captured a heavy water facility in Norway, the chemist who helped design the plant took action.<p>On February 27, 1942, nine saboteurs scaled a cliff in the middle of the night to blow up a Nazi-controlled heavy water plant in Norway. Hollywood turned the story of the attack into <i>The</i> …

Special Forces

Announcements

Why Big Companies Can't Invent - MIT Technology Review

It’s often said that Thomas Edison’s finest invention wasn’t the light bulb or the record player; it was the concept of an ongoing industrial …

Innovation

iOS 10 Battery Life Draining Too Fast? Check These 9 Helpful Tips

Is your battery draining faster with iOS 10? It shouldn’t be, but some people have felt that updating to iOS 10 has reduced the battery life on their …

OS X

China 'Steals' Intellectual Property That Is Mostly Worthless

In <i>The Innovators</i>, a mostly excellent book about the history of technological innovation, author Walter Isaacson unearthed a gem of a quote from …

Digital Photography

An introduction to the scientific, artistic, and computing aspects of digital photography. Topics include lenses and optics, light and sensors, …

Yes, NASA's New Megarocket Will Be More Powerful Than the Saturn V

NASA's huge new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket will indeed be the most powerful booster ever built, agency officials said.<p>There's been some …

Space Exploration

What is 5G and when is it coming to the UK? WIRED explains

Super-fast mobile streaming could be just around the corner. Network providers around the world are already gearing up to test 5G networks throughout …

Telecoms

How to use apps, watch movies and tv shows, play music, and look at photos on Apple TV

Although the small black box that is your Apple TV may not look like much, once you have it set up, it will open a world of possibilities by turning …

Apollo 11 Blasted Off 47 Years Ago Today

On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 began its historic voyage to the moon. It reached its destination on July 20, and marked the beginning of the U.S. …

Albert Einstein

The Best Travel Destinations for Wine Lovers in 2016

So you’ve been to Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Tuscany and splashed out for the exorbitant winery tasting-room fees in the Napa Valley. Where next?<p>The …

Wine

The Declaration Of Independence, 240 Years Later

View A High-Resolution Image (Requires Adobe Acrobat)<p>Twenty-eight years ago, <i>Morning Edition</i> launched what has become an Independence Day tradition: hosts, reporters, newscasters and commentators reading the Declaration of Independence.<p>It was on this date 240 years ago that church bells rang out …

United Kingdom

The Apollo mission photos you haven’t seen: Space selfies, pee bags and too many moon close-ups

About a dozen images from the Apollo moon missions have stood the test of time: Neil Armstrong’s lonesome footprint in the moon dust, Buzz Aldrin’s …

Space Exploration

The 100 best nonfiction books: No 21 – The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas S Kuhn (1962)

The American physicist and philosopher of science coined the phrase ‘paradigm shift’<p>Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996) did not invent the concept of scientific revolution, but he gave it a special meaning and created a phrase – “paradigm shift” – so popular that it received the ultimate accolade: no fewer …

Google Search

Postproduction Tips and Techniques for Underwater Photographers

You’ve bought a new underwater camera system, but your images look like they were taken with a toy instead of the expensive rig in which you’ve …