The Food Cycler: Indoor Composter

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Most of our kitchen waste is composed of food scrap which is also a source of bad odor in the house. Many cities have started weekly green bin food and kitchen waste collection programs. It is estimated that the average household can divert more than 2.5 kilograms of food and kitchen waste per week into these programs.

If your locality has not yet introduced this program, you can think of investing in the Food Cycler so that your food scrap and other organic material is transformed into soil enhancing compost instead of it going to the landfill and generating greenhouse gases. This compost is rich in nutrients and can be used in your garden and landscaping as a soil conditioner or fertilizer. Read More →

Nexstar Evolution 6 Telescope

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Something strange and wonderful happens when we look into the night sky. It makes us feel so tiny, but at the same time, it makes us surprisingly powerful. Few experiences intensify this emotion like observing through a first-class telescope. But owning a truly great ‘scope – and figuring out where to point it – has been out of most consumer’s reach until quite recently.

Thanks to the recent advances in digitally-driven manufacturing, and low-cost onboard microelectronics, not only telescopes of very high quality and amazing capability have become affordable but they can be controlled by smart phones or tablets. So there is a lot of startling star-stuff out there that is now within range. Read More →

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Home and apartment sizes are shrinking as small space living becomes a mandatory transition for many people. New ideas are emerging to maximize cramped spaces and find the best ways to maximize every inch of floor and wall surface. It takes smart design solutions that incorporate modulation and interior planning that conforms to everyday needs in an increasingly competitive environment of living space. Read More →

7 Uses for iTunes U in a Post Grad World

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When Apple launched its iTunes U app in 2012, it no doubt had dollar signs in mind. Though the app is free to download, it changes the limits of learning online. Teachers can benefit from functionality that makes it easy to create and edit courses from mobile devices like the iPad. Students benefit as well, especially postgraduate students. Read More →

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Computer aided design (CAD) software assists users in relation to modifying, analyzing or creating a design. As the name suggests, CAD relies on computer software to increase the efficiency, productivity and design capabilities of those that use it and allows relatively inexperienced professionals to carry out design tasks to a very high standard. Read More →

Magwear Magnetic Wristband

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Don’t you hate it when you are perched comfortably on the ladder fixing something on the ceiling or high up on the wall and drop that vital screw or nut and it happens to end up in the most inaccessible place under a couch or bed? I always wonder if it is a law of nature or it just happens to me.

Well, if you have been through this agonizing experience, Magwear Magnetic Wristband is now available to rid you of future stressful episodes of losing small nuts and bolts. Read More →

productivity apps for iPhone

The Apple iPhone now commands global appreciation, having grown a loyal brand following over the past seven years. With that being said, the threat from Google’s Android platform still remains which is why the iPhone 6 has witnessed a major overhaul that has taken its latest device to a whole new level of excellence. The ingenuity of its new design and structure has dispelled the notion of the iPhone being a plaything for the younger generation. Read More →

recharge old batteries

Most of us know about rechargeable batteries yet the majority of us don’t even bother with them. Why? I don’t know the answer to that but I’m guessing it has something to do with laziness. Rechargeable batteries are a bit more expensive but the return on investment is well worth it. Getting rechargeable batteries is a great way to save money and to reduce the negative impact on the environment (for those who throw batteries away instead of recycling). But what if I told you that there is a way to recharge normal batteries that are meant to be one time use? Would that get your attention? If yes, continue reading. Read More →