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DATE - TIME in UTC: Feb 24

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Hair loss fix with tattoos 2018-02-15 04:48 UTC
I was thinking of hair loss and I was thinking of using a Sharpie permanent marker on my scalp. But then I thought of tattoos...
I did a search and found that many people have done this.
Here's a guy who does micro tattoos on scalps to "restore" hair.
LINK



Raspberry Pi 3 or 4 Leak 2018-02-14 18:35 UTC
Are we getting a new Raspberry Pi? An updated Raspberry Pi 3? A new Raspberry Pi 4?
Very likely according to RaspberryPi.org: LINK
It is also their "birthday" at the end of the month ( Feburary ).


OpenShot Video Editor 2018-02-13 06:07 UTC
I found this easy to use open source video editor. I just needed a video joiner/merger that's easy to use as I am not experienced with video editing.

This is their website:
LINK

And on github:
LINK

If you're using Debian, use Synaptic Package Manager. And similarly use your linux distro's package manager. Look for openshot, one word. Installs without a fuss. You will find an icon in your start menu.





The $500 USD LED 2018-01-25 00:56 UTC
For $500 USD you can get a super LED. It has heat pipes, huge aluminum radiator fins and requires a huge power supply.

The company that produces this claims this blinding light output is good for stage lighting.

Model: COB – BC160H, BC270H
Light type: 5600K 'daylight' or 3200K yellowish/warm
Lumens: 23000 or 20000
Power used: 450 Watts
Input Current: 12 Amps
Input Voltage: 35V – 39 Volts
Emission Angle: 120°




LINK


The Strange History of One of the Internet's First Viral Videos 2018-01-18 01:40 UTC

Remember the video of the fat guy smashing up a computer from the 1990s?

wired.com article:
LINK

youtube:
LINK






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