What exactly is a fab lab?
“These spaces, known as Fabrication Labs (fab labs), Hackerspaces, and Tech Shops, share common goals: collaboration and ‘making.’ They exist to give their specific communities the ability to ‘make’ through sharing knowledge and skills 영화 신의한수 다운로드. They provide the technology necessary to make almost anything.
However, these spaces often provide services to a specific or targeted group and are not easily accessible to ‘outsiders’ – traditional Fab Labs are tied to MIT and are generally found in underserved communities, Hackerspaces have membership fees, and Tech-Shops, on average, cost around $1.5 million to start 명탐정 코난 영화. Imagine – what if the Fayetteville Free Library had similar tools as MIT at its fingertips (at an affordable cost), with the knowledge necessary to use them?”
The Fayetteville Free Library is excited to announce the addition of a new public service—the FFL Fab Lab 다운로드.
“Community members will have the opportunity to use this digital media lab to create and edit videos, podcasts and use design software that might otherwise be out of reach 다운로드. The Lab will also offer: Mac desktop, Podcasting station, 2 MakerBot 3D Printer Stations, Adobe Suite, Mac Creative Suite, a Green Screen Wall, Camcorders and digital cameras available for check out 다운로드. Patrons can use the lab for two hour blocks of time when they present a valid library card.
The Fayetteville Free Library is the first library in the United States to offer a free, public access Fab Lab 프린터 드라이버 다운로드.
More information – Fayetteville Free Library launched 3D printing Fab Lab
It’s only the most significant architectural development in the history of the Internet, and presto, it transpired last night at 00:01 GMT 너를 그린다. Did you notice?
I’m betting not, and that you probably didn’t even know it was happening, which is precisely how things were supposed to go down 다운로드. Don’t worry, you’re fine, you don’t need to do anything, and as far as most of the Internet is concerned, turning on IPv6 — of tectonic caliber at the architectural level, minus the earthquakes — won’t impact how you interact with the Internet any time soon 다운로드. But it will eventually. And it was necessary, to prevent the Internet from running out of real estate.
Thus “IPv6 Day,” which is what participants have dubbed June 6, 2012, the day some of the world’s biggest Internet service providers and companies like AT&T, Cisco, Comcast, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Time Warner Cable, enable IPv6 permanently on their hardware 라스트 홀리데이 영화 다운로드. It’s the followup to World IPv6 Day, which occurred a year ago on June 8, 2011, when providers turned on IPv6 for a single day in a kind of symbolic “time to pay attention to this” act 다운로드.
via Time – Techland
Apple turns over its inventory once every five days.
That’s part of why a new report from the technology research firm, Gartner, ranked Apple’s supply chain the best in the world 다운로드. And it’s pretty amazing when you think about it. This is a company that sells hundreds of millions of hardware gadgets all over the world and yet it doesn’t actually need to stockpile its goods 판타지 다운로드.
The only company on Gartner’s list of 25 companies that turns over its product faster is McDonald’s, which is not exactly in the electronics business 다운로드. Dell and Samsung rank two and three in Apple’s category, turning over their inventory roughly once every 10 and 21 days respectively.