Jan 29, 2014

Use YouTube for Instant and Free Transcription


Use YouTube for Instant and Free Transcription


Most of us don't need to transcribe audio too often, which means that paying for a service is generally out of the question. If you just need to do it once and you're not terribly concerned with accuracy, Andy Baio suggests using YouTube's built-in captioning system.







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Jan 27, 2014

Scientists film how the brain makes memories for the first time ever


Scientists film how the brain makes memories for the first time ever


For the first time in history, scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have captured how our brain makes memories in video, watching how molecules morph into the structures that, at the end of the day, make who we are. If there's a soul, this how it gets made.







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Jan 25, 2014

Jan 14, 2014

Man spams App Store for fun and makes $2800 in profit

Gabriel Machuret is not an app developer, in fact he "couldn't care less about apps." He looks at an app and doesn't see a coding challenge or an opportunity for creativity, he sees a revenue stream. He's an App Store Optimization (ASO) expert, and ...



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Jan 9, 2014

Where the hell did they put the camera in this awesome ski jump video?


Where the hell did they put the camera in this awesome ski jump video?


Ski jumping is pretty cool when you watch it from the outside, but check out this short of Anders Jacobsen training in Lillehammer, Norway, filmed with a camera hanging right in front of his face. The perspective in this real-time video is pretty awesome. But where the hell is the camera?







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Jan 7, 2014

Sony's Life space UX projector can squeeze a 147-inch 4K screen in a small space

You can tell the veterans from the young upstarts at CES simply by how they announce products. Simply putting a new device on stage and feeding you specs is pretty much amateur hour. (Though, it does make the lives of tech journalists much easier.) ...



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