The internet is basically a connection between networks of computers. Each network connects computers, printers, peripherals and other equipment with one another, through what most refer to as a router, however, a switch is actually the correct term. Those can then be connected to other networks with a router and a modem generally.
In order to gain access to other sites, it was necessary to create searching mechanisms, two of which were:
El tenista checo Tomas Berdych declaró que no participara en los Juegos Olímpicos de Río 2016 porque le teme al virus Zika que abunda en el país de Brasil. Berdych está en el puesto número 8 del ranking de la ATP. El tenista expresó su temor a través de un mensaje en su cuenta oficial […]
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The National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) has now named the 6 cities which hope to host Eurovision in 2017. Each city now has the chance to present their bids to the Organisational Committee of the 2017 contest in a televised special called City Battle. Two cities will be chosen from these six, and these […]
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This has got to be one the most dangerous stunts I’ve ever seen, and probably a lot of people like me. This is the second time this couple has been on America’s Got Talent, performing their insane acts of tight-roping. This time the wife did it blindfolded. If you can bear to watch this then I highly recommend it. Here is the original video from America’s Got Talent:
She actually almost slipped, and it seems as though he might of as well. I hope you enjoy these, I will be putting up more in the future. Please let me know what you think in the comment section below. Your feedback is important to us.
woke up to this picture and thought someone was fucking with me the net being what it is, i assumed it to be a fake she looked too mother fucking calm but that’s when the black woman is most dangerous when she goes calm
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The race to create a new, 21st Century form of bank continues. In Europe, Holvi (coming out of Finland) was desktop-first and hasn’t come to the UK. It also hasn’t been focussed on being a hub for third party services, so therefore behaving more like a platform. In the US there is Seed.co (a YCombinator startup) but they haven’t launched internationally yet. So with the… Read More
Gridstore, a company that focuses on building software and data center appliances for Windows Hyper V-based clouds, today announced that it has acquired DCHQ, a service that helps enterprises move their applications to any cloud or container infrastructure (with a specific focus on Java-based applications). With this acquisition, Gridstore is changing its name to HyperGrid and the old… Read More
For better or worse, preaching the gospel of your candidate no longer requires leaving the couch. As anyone who’s cracked open a social media account over the past year can corroborate, the platforms are lousy with campaign slogans, incriminating links and, um, spirited discussions. In the lead up to next week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Hillary… Read More
While many designers and engineers find success with 3D-printing parts in plastic for prototyping and low-volume production, producing parts out of metal using similar technology has recently led to the creation of some of the most exciting 3D-printed parts in memory. Read More
Have you seen those bags of sweet mini peppers showing up in the markets recently? They’ve become my new favorite snack. I down them raw like popcorn. Crunchy vegetable popcorn, with stems for handles.
When the grill is out I just toss the peppers with olive oil and plop them on the grill. Sprinkle with salt and you have the easiest pepper side ever for grilled meat.
The other day I had some leftover smoked mozzarella from a recipe and decided to stuff my favorite little peppers with it.
As if these little peppers couldn’t get better. Wow!
At Bloomberg’s recent technology confab in San Francisco, Marc Andreessen offered a vision for entrepreneurship, defining it as the ability to see how the world potentially could be, then inventing what is needed to change it. Herein lies the dilemma for Silicon Valley: The same questions that spur its entrepreneurs to remake the world are often the same questions that lead it into conflict. Read More
It wasn’t so long ago that venture capital was a suburban California phenomenon. Los Angeles didn’t have much in terms of a real tech scene — and even San Francisco only had a few VCs or tech companies. Now, VC offices have sprung up in San Francisco, moving more of the investment energy up there. That great migration of companies and activity touches upon what is now… Read More
I’ll be in Chicago this week and I’d love to meet some startups. I’m thinking about holding a micro-mini-meetup on Tuesday, July 26 at a location to be determined. Here’s what I need from you all: Email or tweet me with recommendations where we can meet. I like to just hang out in bars but I could do a co-working space. I know there are a few in town but I’ve… Read More
Researchers and companies have been exploring new ways to improve buildings through analytics software, prefabrication, connected devices, new materials and construction automation. It’s striking that most of these efforts are trying to patch problems within the legacy framework of “permanent” construction. Could it be that the one thing that is taken for granted is the… Read More