Glamos is a motion sensor that creates a virtual touchscreen anywhere. Connect it with your device and turn your screens instantly interactive. Project an invisible touchscreen near you and control a device that’s far away from you.
Can you make a touch screen out of person? I’d love to use little Lucy as a touch screen.
There’s an oft-cited factoid that dolphins are, along with humans, one of the few animals that have sex for pleasure. It’s based on scientific observations of dolphins copulating year-round even though females are only fertile for a few months of the year.
Twitter users have been asking for the option to edit tweets ever since the service launched in 2006, but the company has always prevaricated, saying it’s looking into the problem, or considering it deeply, or a hundred other ways of saying “please stop bothering us about this, please.”
Now, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has given perhaps the most definitive answer on the question to date. During a video Q&A with Wired, Dorsey was asked if there’ll be an edit button for Twitter in 2020. He replies, with a faint smile: “The answer is no.” Watch below:
“We started as an SMS, text message service. And as you all know, when you send a text, you can’t really take it back,” he says. “We wanted to preserve that vibe, that feeling, in the early days.”
Preserve that vibe? Jack thinks cell phone culture is punk rock. He’s right about one thing, Marcia Dorsey can’t take back the clit pics she sent me.
Nadine Krause Director, Holberton School New Haven
“We need more women in tech. It’s that simple. People from different backgrounds and with different life experiences approach problem solving in different ways. This world needs people from all walks of life thinking about ways to use technology as well as creating new technologies to solve the challenges of today and tomorrow.”
Whether you’re a beginner, or have some experience under your belt, this program will challenge you to take your coding to the next level.
There’s no way girls could ever learn to code. They’ll show up and see the sign up close.
Safe smartphones for young children, children and adults with special needs. Help us fund our new anti-bullying tool!
Our team has been dedicated to bringing safe mobile phone solutions to parents and caretakers since we launched monqi-powered phones for children successfully in the UK in 2017. We are grateful for the customer reviews we have received on Google Play and Apple App Store and for the thousands of customers using our product in their everyday life.
The name Monqi isn’t playful enough. Change it to JungleBunny.