Posts Tagged ‘tbg’

Downie – YouTube Video Downloader for macOS – Charlie Monroe Software

June 2, 2020

Backblaze B2 Review – Updated 2020

June 2, 2020

Review of B2

It’s part of “Backblaze,” the backup system…

Remote support session – Zoom Help Center

May 30, 2020

Remote support…

You’re Getting Used to Masks. Will You Wear a Face Shield? – The New York Times

May 25, 2020


more elaborate

Should You Clean Your Phone to Combat Coronavirus? Definitely… Maybe. – WSJ

May 10, 2020

useful tips, goes over UV

If You Found That ‘Plandemic’ Video Convincing, Read This Too

May 10, 2020

Interesting note taking gadget

April 28, 2020

a device that might be useful for reading and annotating pdfs (manuscripts, figure, general note taking).

Its called “remarkable” and was once a kickstarter project. its based on eink technology so it writes more like pencil and paper.

Some interesting features:
– Print-to-send pdf directly from Chrome browser
– ocr transcription of handwriting
– cloud sync to phones and computer (what you do on device is immediately available from phone and computer)
– canvas feel of screen surface

Yes, You Can Use AirPods on Android Devices

April 25, 2020 – Great Tools for your Mac!

April 21, 2020

A radiative cooling structural material | Science

April 19, 2020


A stronger, cooler wood

One good way to reduce the amount of cooling a building needs is to make sure it reflects away infrared radiation. Passive radiative cooling materials are engineered to do this extremely well. Li et al. engineered a wood through delignification and re-pressing to create a mechanically strong material that also cools passively. They modeled the cooling savings of their wood for 16 different U.S. cities, which suggested savings between 20 and 50%. Cooling wood would be of particular value in hot and dry climates.

interesting material for anti-insulation