Informatory

by on July 26th, 2011

terrafugia transition

The future is here and it’s called the Terrafugia Transition. The flying car has been a lofty ambition for decades and at long last the dream has been realized. No longer is a subject for retro dreams and wistful thinking, the Terrafugia Transition hailed as one of the most innovative inventions in recent years, is almost ready to hit the market.

Developed by Carl Dietrich, the flying car’s development was not all smooth flying. The project hit some turbulence when authorities required some $18 million worth of redesign. The effort was well worth it and earlier this year the US National Highway Safety Administration approved the new vehicle and cleared it for use. It is possible that the US market could see the car on the roads and in the sky by the end of 2012.

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In support of this years Earth Hour happening the 27th March 2010 this week, the WWF (World Wildlife Fund, not wrestling) has teamed up with Hot Chip and The Viral Factory to release an animation video that’s controlled by the light your webcam detects in your room. Don’t have a cam, well, you can also toggle a fake virtual switch to see the difference. On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people, organizations, corporations and governments around the world will come together to make a bold statement about their concern for climate change by doing something quite simple – turning off their lights for one hour. In the U.S. where we are already feeling the impacts of climate change, Earth Hour sends a clear message that Americans care about this issue and want to turn the lights out on dirty air, dangerous dependency on foreign oil and costly climate change impacts, and make the switch to cleaner air, a strong economic future and a more secure nation.

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by on March 20th, 2010

If you are already familiar with TechMynd then we are talking to you. We want to know that if you visit TechMynd then what brings you back to it? Why do you keep visiting TechMynd. Internet is a waste of time. TechMynd also wastes some of your time. If you tell us about your need then we think we can improve TechMynd based on what you like most about it. You tell us what do you think about TechMynd and what you like most here and we will bring that stuff more often to you. TechMynd wants to serve you more. We want to help you more what you search for. Following is a poll which asks about the reason you visit TechMynd for, so that we can give that to you what you want from us.

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Have you ever thought about whether where you live is safe or not? Allow me to share some online resources where you can search your neighborhood for news, important events or even crimes. You can have these alerts and news at your mobile phones as well. These sites show you a map and locations where specific events have occurred so to let you know about the possible danger and security measures about your surroundings you might want.

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TechMynd is unique. TechMynd does not share its name or logo with any other blog or website. Currently I came across a fake blog at blogger which was using TechMynd in its URL. That blog is being given notice to take down because it tried to steal TechMynd’s identity.

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You can post/upload your recorded videos from your cell phone to YouTube very easily. Following video will show the requirements and method to post video to YouTube in few simple clicks. That means wherever you are, you just record a video, post it to YouTube and watch it online live at YouTube in few minutes.

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Search for the name of a program that uses a particular file extension. A file extension is nothing more than the last characters after the period in the name of a file. FILExt is a database of file extensions and the various programs that use them.

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Webmasters and web designers use this text widely. Ever wondered what is this and where it came from?

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