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Wingdings Translator

Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes were the creators of one of the most enigmatic sources in our computers: Wingdings translator, a font that replaces traditional letters with symbols. Although it was more interesting that it remained as one of the mysteries of the computer past, its creators responded only this week the reason of being of Wingdings. Voiced by Vox, Bigelow and Holmes explained that before, when computers were just beginning to become popular, hard drives did not have enough space to store images, and the quality of those left a lot…

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How Do Fish Sleep

How do fish sleep? Fish are undoubtedly one of the rarest animals on the planet. If we think about it, life originated in the sea, so in fact the rare ones would be us, but from our point of view these vertebrates have properties that distinguish them. One of them would be the habit of sleep . Have you ever wondered how the fish sleep ? Well, let’s talk about it today. Differences between the dream of humans and that of fish The dream is that process where living organisms…

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Raspberry Pi Pinout Official

Pin GPIO ( G eneral P urpose I nput O utput) of the Raspberry PI Pinout allow us to work with electronics easy way we could also do with Arduino . There are 26 pins organized in two rows of 13, and each of the pins either has its specific function or is of general purpose, I am going to show the distribution of the pins of the Raspberry PI Rev 2.0 , since it is the one I have .   As we can see in the following comparative image of the two revisions, in the second revision of the IP we have two + 5V , five GROUND (ground), two + 3.3V ,…

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How to Tie a Tie Quick and Easy

Would you like to know how to tie a tie? Follow our steps and you will do one quick and easy. Initially worn for warmth by soldiers, the tie showed up in France amid the rule of Louis XIII. Around then, Croatian warriors were enrolled by the lord of France. They wore a hitched scarf around their necks. A few history specialists even imagine that the word for tie in French, cravate, is a twisting of the word croate. Around 1650 ties were worn at the court of Louis XIV….

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Raspberry Pi 4 Release Date

The Raspberry Pi 4 release date is on 2018 with a special edition. For next year 2018 I’m not very clear where to go, but in principle and without complicating much I would say: 3D definitive driver included in the kernel mainline Linux in version 4.9 or 4.10 new Raspberry Pi 4 with do not know what improvements: same processor faster? 2GB of RAM? Internal NAND or eMMCmemory for the Operating System? No idea, but in February the launch sure that plates like the Orange Pi are stepping very hard And in this one I throw myself. With the new Raspberry Pi 4…

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Windows XP ISO

It’s been nearly 20 years since it reached the market. Why Windows XP iso still survive? We can find several reasons. One is that it was an operating system that marked an era, as it also did Windows 95. After this release, arrived in Windows 98, 2000 and Windows ME, with greater or lesser success. Windows XP iso was, in comparison with their predecessors, a breakthrough in terms of speed and stability. Its successor, Windows Vista (released in November 2006) was considered by many users seen as a step backwards….

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Netflix Customer Service Phone Number and more

Well today it’s a wax application that seems to me simply perfect: Netflix Customer Service. And yes, I talk about it because it is linked with Android since you can see it on mobile devices or as in my case from Android TV. Netflix is ​​a complete and well managed service from all sides. Their customer service is simply spectacular. And I say it because we always complain about this service, how it treats us … Well, Netflix has an online service that I personally think is the best I’ve ever tried. Free online…

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Treasure Map or How to Map the Entire Internet

“Map all the Internet: any device, any place and all the time”. With this slogan, the NSA presents to its analysts the Treasure Map project , an interactive map and updated almost in real time with all the devices (smartphones, tablets, computers …) that are surfing the net in each moment. The details have been published by the German newspaper Der Spiegel after having access to several documents leaked by Edward Snowden. According to these same documents, any employee of the NSA or its four intelligence allies (England, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) can install this software on their computer and…

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