I don’t get all of the hype about 4K. My first computer had it back in 1981.
“Whoosh bottles” are pretty cool. Haven’t tried it myself, but it looks like a worthy experiment.
Some quick examples….
If you are not familiar with them, this video gives a pretty good explanation….
Here are some of the cooler ones I have seen…
A couple of good slow motion ones…
Steel Wool adds nice effects….
Somewhat of a fail, but still cool… A Whoosh Bottle Rocket Car
Of course this can be dangerous, and glass bottles should not be used….
Ever think about how unsanitary the TV remote control in hotels rooms might be? Sure just about anything else in the room is probably infectious also, but TV remotes are an example I often think about. I decided to start bringing my own remote control a while back and it has turned out to be pretty useful. Not only do you feel like you may be avoiding the plague, but sometimes you can also get to TV controls that are disabled on the hotel provided remote. Another advantage is being able to change the channel or volume if the buttons are worn out on the remote in the room. The RCA R55NA (pictured above) is small, inexpensive, easy to program, and works well for me.
At work we now have pipe cleaners in all of the conference rooms. The idea is that while using your hands to fiddle around with something, you will pay better attention in meetings. Oddly enough it seems to work.
Don’t know why, but I was inspired today to create a pipe-cleaner version of a pink, fluffy, unicorn, dancing on a rainbow.
Somehow I always knew their revenue model wouldn’t work long term.
What do you do with RSA tokens after the breach? I just hate to throw away a perfectly functioning RSA token even if the seed file has been compromised, so I re-purposed this one to be a lotto number generator.