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Posted on: Aug, 3rd 2010
Logo of the movieToy Story 3
Have you ever seen a 3D movies and have you feld dizzy? Haven't seemed really in 3D? or directly, haven't you seen anything? Here you can discover the reasons of all of this. Follow reading "Problems of the 3D in cinema, television and videogames"

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Posted on: Mar, 1st 2011
Arroba
When Ray Tomlinson invented the e-mail in 1971, surely he didn't thought that the at sign, will convert in an Internet symbol (Arpanet in that moment). Read the rest of "History of the at sign"

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Posted on: Jul, 27th 2010
Computable Minds in a N70
Some of you would think that has to do this post with computers. Well, the reason is that I'm going to talk about some tricks from the world of informatics that will allow you write SMS messages with fewer characters, with the consequent save of money. Show more of "Tricks for save money in your SMS"

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Posted on: Feb, 25th 2013
RGB additive mixture

The RGB color model is a great invention which allows that with the mixture of different intensities of red, green and blue, any monitor or television can reproduce the colors of the reality. But ... how is it achieve? and why the colors of the model aren't others? The answer is in our eyes.

The retina is the part of the eye where we capture the light, and this is made thanks to a kind of modified neurons for detect photons: the rods and the cones.

Deep in "Why RGB?"

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Posted on: Sep, 24th 2010
crane
Internet allows that any computer cans communicate with any other computer independently of the distance. This is not magic but is thanks to large cables buried in the seabed that ply the seas and oceans around the world. ¿Do you want know the technology of these cables? Read more of "The impressive submarine cables (first part)"

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Posted on: Sep, 28th 2010
Cable
In the prior post I didn't explain some interesting facts about the submarine cables. ¿How is possible its installation on the oceanic ridges? ¿From where comes the electrical source of the repeaters? ¿What occurs when the deep doesn't allow bury the cable? All these questions and a lot of more will be reveal in this post. Read the rest of "The impressive submarine cables (second part)"
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