Emvio smartwatch will tell you when you are stressed out so you can chill out
Stress is a fact of life and while a bit of stress can be motivating, too much over a prolonged period of time can lead to some pretty serious health consequences. A new wearable to hit Kickstarter, Emvio, wants to make sure that you don’t reach that point. The smartwatch measures your stress levels and alerts you when you need to take a break and calm down.
“Apple has always had the discipline to make the bold decision to walk away. We walked away from the floppy disk when that was popular with many users. Instead of doing things in the more traditional way of diversifying and minimizing risk, we took out the optical drive, which some people loved. We changed our connector, even though many people loved the 30-pin connector. Some of these things were not popular for quite a while. But you have to be willing to lose sight of the shore and go. We still do that.”
Thanks to recent advances in synthetic biology — a hybrid discipline of engineering and biology that makes possible the manipulation of DNA of microorganisms such as yeast, bacteria, fungi and algae — a new generation of “organism engineers” has already started experimenting with the creation of new flavors and ingredients. In doing so, they have the potential to transform synthetic biology into a new creative platform to enable chefs, bakers or brewers to create new flavor profiles for food and drink.
But typists are not robots - Royal Typewriter Co. introducing the new Touch Control feature which allowed the typist to personalize the key tension to her exact finger pressure. (1935) The robot featured in the advert was variously known as Mary Ann, The Roboter, Alpha, and Astra depending upon her modelling assignment.
Tinder users at the SXSW festival on Saturday were encountering an attractive 25-year-old woman named Ava on the dating app. A friend of ours made a match with her, and soon they were having a conversation via text message.
But when he opened up Ava’s Instagram, it became clear something was amiss. There was one photo and one video, both promoting Ex Machina, a sci-fi film that just happened to be premiering Saturday night here in Austin. The link in her bio went to the film’s website. And it turns out the woman in the photos is Swedish actress Alicia Vikander, who plays an artificial intelligence in the movie.
This guitar belongs to a good friend of mine. It began its life as an SE Korina One, a very affordable Korean made PRS guitar. Korina body, maple neck and a single P90 pickup with a stoptail bridge. Simple, straightforward and awesome in their own right.
Then it was sent off to the PTC, an elite force of guitar ninjas at the Paul Reed Smith factory. The body was routed to hold a Narrow 408 pickup in the bridge position, a lipstick pickup at the neck, completely refinished, upgraded with Phase III tuners, a completely reworked switching system and a beautiful gold Bigsby vibrato was mounted on.
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Eeeeeeeh don’t get your hopes up too much there, bud! My computer still isn’t fixed. I have the parts, yeah, buuut … the parts need to go IN the computer, which I need someone else to do and they might not have the time this week. And then I need to reload all my programs and reload all my files.
I’ve always thought the shops would be a great place to hole up in during the apocalypse… Power tools to turn into and create weaponry. Heavy metal shop doors. A large number of props to bring back in some homey touches (and like 800 candles for light…).
But now I’ve found someone’s currency stash! We’re gonna have some serious buying power!
Can a $20 hair straightener deliver bigger and better tasting
yields than a costly closed loop system? A new technique of separating
trichromes from green matter just might put an end to the use of
explosive chemicals to create concentrated THC.
By: Mat Lee
I was getting blazed Friday night. Checking out the usual hot spots
on the internet I stumbled upon something called the Rosin
Tech—basically you take buds or dry sift, wrap them up in wax paper and
run a hot hair straightener over them releasing all the sticky resin.
The first thing I thought of when I heard this was holy shit. I bet
the non-stoner wives and girlfriends of stoners are running to the
bathroom right now to hide their straighteners. The stoner girlfriends
of stoners are already in the know, that’s why they always have more erl
How to Make Rosin
I’m not going to go step by step through the process, because by now,
you should all have gotten it figured out. If you haven’t, far smarter
and more motivated people than I have written it up and made videos
detailing the process.
The most clear and concise one is here on the Black Leaf Extracts GrowOps
YouTube channel. The instructions they have in the details of the video
are very well done. They do point out that doing this in bulk doesn’t
really work that great. They found that runs of seven grams each are
about the max you wanna do. But again, the quality of the yield is very
There is also a great write up and explanation here on Errlax about the Rosin tech. I’ll quote a bit here so we are all on the same page as far as definitions. They say:
tech is a heat extraction method that utilizes an ordinary household
hair straightener, or any other flat heat press mechanism, to “press”
out the terpene and cannabinoid rich resin from the cured flower or
hash. This process occurs near instantaneously and requires virtually no
professional expertise in the field of botanical extractions. Rosin
Tech requires nothing more than an ordinary hair straightener, some
parchment paper, and either flower or hash. The benefit of using this
technique with hash is that it will produce a full melt with a
comparable yield. So in cases where you have less than 5* Hash, this
will method can transform your inferior product into a 5-6* full melt.
Rosin tech uses heat to melt the glandular domes of the trichomes off
of the base material. This resin rich sap will then reconstitute on the
parchment paper, ready for collection. After scraping the parchment
paper, the clean waxy residue collected will be clean and ready to dab.
How Well Does the Rosin Tech Work?
Interesting stuff, so now that we know how it works, does it work well? A user on Reddit by the name of BirdMachine69 ended up with .45 grams from 2 grams of some nice looking buds. You can check out the whole thread here.
They reported using 300 degrees and two ten-second passes to get this done. Another kid by the name of Amnesiac854 on Reddit said his girlfriend was able to pull a 25% yield using
her $20 hair straightener. He says, “Seriously though, this rosin shit
is incredible. She just pulled a bigger and better tasting yield from a
$20 hair straightener than I get from my closed loop…”
Is this too good to be true? Apparently not—at least from everything
I’ve read and watched online regarding the Rosin Tech. As best as I
could trace it back it was figured out by an individual who goes by the name SoilGrown on Instagram. But the more I Googled, the deeper down the sticky DAB-bit hole I went. Follow me now!
From there I found a great discussion with a bunch of extractors on this four hour long Google Hangout called Hash Church. I had never heard of it before, but it was pretty enjoyable. They were all trying it out and reporting on their results.
A human by the name of Jimmy Carter over on a random Rosin Tech thread on Grasscity.com
says the tech has been around since before 2005, so if anything,
Soilgrown has just brought it back to light, and given people a new
twist on an old concept. It’s good to see Jimmy Carter still producing
fine results. According to him the tech was originally used to “clean up
non melty hash and make it into full melt.” But now Jimmy, along with
what seems like the rest of the internet that is in the “know,” are all
one thing people keep saying is that the taste is phenomenal, and the
amount of work you put in for the quality you get out is also nice. It’s
a far more simple process than the OG Boffo Butane PVC Hash Oil method
Indra blessed the collective consciousness online with way back in May
of 1999. Have you ever read that script? Do you even remember 1999? I
was like 19 years old. Anyway, it’s pretty awesome, you should definitely check it out here on Erowid.
I would like to quote a piece where he describes the best way to
collect and store the oil. He says, “Trying to transfer the oil into a
small container while it is still solvated by the butane is too risky. I
learned the hard way about this, thanks to the volatile temperament of
butane. I had filled a vial almost all the way to the top and was
preparing to drop those last couple drops in, so that cleverly, I could
let the last of the butane evaporate from the vial and the oil would all
be neatly contained. But when the last drop hit the mother lode in the
vial, it changed the temperature of the solution in the vial upward by a
hair and it all “superboiled” out of the vial and onto my fingers,
which of course startled me and caused me to drop the vial. I suggest
dissolving it in alcohol as I mentioned above.”
Keeping that in mind, being able to produce a some of the sticky icky
that looks as good as what our friend Jimmy Carter over on the
Grasscity forums made, without the use of pvc and butane, is a huge leap
forward in stoner safety. Personally, if I didn’t work where I do here
in the beautiful, freedom filled evergreen state, I would definitely be
doing this instead of trying to safely jam a couple cans of butane into a
Unless you have a lab to do that in, you should definitely be
careful. The last thing we need is a rash of articles in the mainstream
media demonizing dabs because people can’t seem to not blow themselves
up trying to make them.
Have you tried this? Post your results in the comments below and let’s talk about it. Thanks for reading! For Stuff Stoners Like, I’m Mat Lee.
Hollywood has turned to a new class of technology companies, with names like WatchDox, IntraLinks and Varonis, that for the last few years have been offering ways to manage the data slipping into employees’ personal smartphones and Internet storage services. They wrap individual files with encryption, passwords and monitoring systems that can track who is doing what with sensitive files.
“Hollywood is finally asking itself, ‘What’s our modern strategy for managing our information?’ ” said Aaron Levie, chief executive at Box, an online file storage provider that works with several major Hollywood studios.