Gardening has been one of my hobbies as well as photography and just being outdoors.
By: aSigiam, 5:08 AM GMT on February 12, 2017
It has been a while since I have typed anything here, but recent news has woke me up.
I was shocked and saddened recently when going to the Wunderphoto section to see that it is going away. It was the thing that got me involved in this site initially. It also helped me start my first blog entry. The camera was a simple Cannon point and shoot. Not very fancy, but it did not need to be at the time. I remember how strange it was to have wild ducks roaming an urb...
By: aSigiam, 6:04 AM GMT on June 06, 2014
Now, I am all for LED lighting, but ...
LEDs tap indoor location technology for social shopping
Paul Buckley -June 04, 2014
The next generation of LED lighting fixtures that communicate with shoppers' smart devices while in-store, enabling retailers to provide new location-based services have been revealed by GE Lighting and ByteLight. Using GE LED infrastructure the innovative solution features GEs Lumination LED Luminaire - IS Series and...
By: aSigiam, 12:11 AM GMT on May 17, 2014
Note to self:
"It is imperative to not let the negative aspects of your past indiscretions define you especially to yourself. It is how we deal with or work our way out that gives our present life it’s definition. While your heart still beats (and maybe beyond), there is still an opportunity to take another path, and there is always another path."
It is funny what one runs across while doing some "spring cleaning”. A concept I believe i...
By: aSigiam, 3:50 PM GMT on January 24, 2014
This article highlights some of those unintended consequences of pushing technology and efficiency upon us. In this case the virtual legislative extinction of the incandescent light bulb. I found it very thought provoking.
www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/power-points/442724 1/LEDing-it-hang-out--The-downside-of-higher-effic iency
LEDing it hang out: The downside of higher efficiency
It's not news that the venerable incandescen...
By: aSigiam, 2:36 PM GMT on April 04, 2013
Electronic News & CommentGesture Control Coming to a Television Near You
CommentCharles Murray, Senior Technical Editor, Electronics & Test
4/3/2013 15 commentsNO RATINGSLogin to RateinShare.1Pressing buttons on your television’s remote may one day be passé. A new technology will enable couch potatoes to change channels, adjust the volume, rewind a movie, browse the Internet, or control myriad othe...
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