usb mini

You pick my pocket. You pull out a mini USB cable. You don’t understand. You try my other pocket. Out comes a Gameboy charger. I turn to face you. I don’t say anything, I just stare. You start to sweat. You try my coat pocket. Out comes a deck of yu-gi-oh cards. Your mind is screaming. My other coat pocket contains an external hard drive. Your brain dissolves. I plug in my phone.


Zaman ilerleyip teknoloji geliştikçe müzik dinleme yollarımız da buna göre şekillendi ve modernleşti. Zamanla plaklar nostalji oldu sonrasında da bunu kasetler izledi. Ancak Elbow isimli cihaz kasetleri yeniden hayatlarımıza dahil etmeyi amaçlıyor.

Küçük boyutuyla dikkat çeken Elbow, geleneksek kaset çalarlar gibi iki makara girişini kullanmıyor. Bunun yerine tek bir girişi bulunuyor. Kasetin dönüş hızı bu minik cihaz tarafından otomatik olarak ayarlanıyor ve içerisinde bulunan motor hızı sabit tutuyor.

Taşınabilir boyuyla standart bir kaset çaların özelliklerini taşıyan Elbow'un standart kulaklık girişi ve mini USB girişi bulunuyor. Eğer nostaljiye düşkünseniz ve evde atamadığınız kasetleriniz sizi bekliyorsa son derece şık bir seçim olacaktır.

The Elbow named device tapes are meant to involve our lives again.
Equipped with a portable standard size cassette player, the Elbow features a standard headphone jack and mini USB jack. If you are nostalgia crazy and your tapes that you can not put at home are waiting for you, it will be a very stylish choice.

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Hi, this is my first kit here. I keep a pair of earplugs besides my headphones, to get away from noise in the city or during transport. Also I usually use my SOG Sculptura. It is an old knife but Still as sharp as the before. I use it more than other knives and multitools I have. Kindle is very easy to carry, and I usually keep a usb reading light and a powerbank for reading.


The Just bought my first house and working on my new setup. Workspace

Here are some of the products that make this workspace an Amazing Workspace:



The Theremini is a re-imagination of one of the oldest electronic musical instruments in history, and Bob Moog’s first love – the Theremin. Its design fuses the experience of performing with an instrument you don’t actually touch, with a powerful sound engine derived from Moog’s award winning synthesizer, Animoog. The Theremini guarantees immediate success to any player at any skill level, while providing new ways to experiment with music, education, and gestural control.

Assistive pitch quantization allows each player to adjust the instrument’s level of playing difficulty. At the maximum position, the Theremini will play every note in a selected scale perfectly, making it impossible to play a wrong note. As this control is decreased, more expressive control of pitch and vibrato becomes possible. When set to minimum, the Theremini will perform as a traditional Theremin - the analog heterodyning oscillator controls pitch and there is absolutely no assistance.

A built-in tuner supplies real-time visual feedback of each note as it is played, as well as its proximity to perfection. This is useful for correcting a user’s playing position, and educating younger players about pitch and scales.

The presets section allows you to select from 32 wave or wavetable-based patches, store a selected scale & root note, set and recall a specified playing range, and specify per-patch settings for the included stereo delay.

Recessed in the top of the Theremini is a compact speaker perfect for private rehearsal and quick setup anywhere. Silent rehearsal is also possible via the front panel headphone jack. Simply plug in ear-buds or headphones and the built-in speaker becomes silent.

For live performance and gestural control, the rear panel features two line level audio outputs, a pitch CV output with selectable range, and a mini USB jack for MIDI I/O and connectivity.


• Pitch correction w/ selectable scales and root note

• Built in tuner allows you to learn pitch and scales

• 32 Wavetable based presets

• Built in speaker

• Headphone output

• Two ¼" audio outputs

• Single Pitch CV output w/ selectable range

• User selectable scale and root note (stored per preset)

• User selectable range: highest note and lowest note (stored per preset)

• Adjustable Stereo Ping-Pong Delay

• Removable pitch antenna - built in storage compartment on bottom-side

• Built in 3/8” Mic stand and Camera stand adaptor

• High quality rubberized feet


LCD SCREEN:  128 X 64 pixel LCD with white backlight.

HEADPHONE JACK:  1/8” (3.5mm) TRS headphone jack. Inserting a headphone plug will disable the internal speaker

VOLUME KNOB:  Controls headphone volume and built in speaker volume.

PITCH BIAS KNOB:  Determines the amount of pitch correction from 0% to 100%

SCALE BUTTON:  Select from a list of built in scales

ROOT BUTTON:  Select the root note to be used by the scale

SETUP BUTTON:  Provides access the setup and calibration functions - also acts as a shift key.

DELAY LENGTH BUTTON:  Selects the length of delay: SHORT, MEDIUM, LONG, or OFF

DELAY AMOUNT KNOB:  Controls the amount of delay mixed with the dry signal.

PRESET KNOB:  Selects the preset played from a built in list of 32 presets


LEFT OUTPUT:  Line Level ¼” unbalanced TS

RIGHT OUTPUT:Line Level  ¼” unbalanced TS

CV OUTPUT:  ¼” TS – 0-5V or 0-10V selectable

USB:  MiniB USB2.0 for USB MIDI - Note data in not yet supported



POWER JACK:  12VDC/1.2A from 100–240VAC external supply(included)

DIMENSIONS:22.75”L  x 6.5”D x 15”H w/antenna (4”H without)

WEIGHT: 3lbs


Where can I buy a Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch Small USB cable?

my USB to USB mini (I think) cable is slowly breaking and I cannot just use any other USB to USB micro, because the one for the tablet and it’s opening is extremely thin

(sorry for the bad quality, I don’t have a better camera)

the cables I find on the Wacom website don’t specify for which tablet they are and just say “compatible with most” but they look too thick for mine, plus I tried one from another Wacom tablet I have, it’s too thick, so they aren’t all same

I really really really don’t want to buy a new tablet because of the cable, so if anyone knows where I can get one like this, I’ll be forever gracious


I wrote the support about it and they told me which three cables fit into the board, it’s

  • STJ-A327
  • STJ-A349
  • STJ-A307-01

unfortunately I can’t seem to find them anywhere to buy, stores that actually even list them don’t have them in store :/


The model is CTH-480 and the micro USB thing is 10x4 mm big

My rehearsal bag

Here’s a look at what I take to rehearsal every day. I’m mainly an ASM, I have a wee bit more stuff I bring when I’m SMing, but for the most part: this is it. The theaters I work at generally provide first aid, tools, and office supplies, so all of this is just what I want/need for myself.  

When I’m in tech, I bring a different (much larger) bag with my blacks etc, and this rehearsal bag goes in with it. I talked about that bag here.

1. Personal items. Treat yo self.

  • Cherry Ricolas (the most delicious flavor of Ricolas)
  • Lip balm
  • Hand lotion
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Mints
  • Hair Tie
  • Captain America water bottle
  • Extra-long charger cable & cube for my phone.

2. Office supplies: Part 1

  • Krazy-glue (the theater usually has some… somewhere… that may or may not be dried out… it’s easier to have my own on hand)
  • Tape dispenser (that weird pink donut-looking thing! It folds in on itself for easy storage!)
  • Scissors
  • Post-its of varying types (post-it flags bunched in groups with the binder clips so they’re not all loose in the bag)
  • Small flashlight
  • Template for drawing blocking/straightedge

3. An Odd Assortment of Objects

  • Universal phone charger: this thing is THEBOMB.COM! A little cable octopus with a standard USB on one end, and 4 different plugs on the other end. iPhone 4? Got it. iPhone 6? Gotcha covered. Mini-USB? Here. Some weird European charger? GOT THAT TOO. Nobody’s phone is dying on my watch.
  • A guitar pick. I kept one on my person at all times doing a show where an actor played the guitar in several scenes, and it made its way into my kit-bag.
  • A teeny tiny eyeglasses screwdriver
  • A key-chain tape measure. It’s only 6′ long, so it’s good for measuring things like table height, etc. (the theater usually has a bunch of normal-sized ones)
  • Thumb drive
  • Earplugs in a little cardboard cover to keep them clean
  • A snarl of safety pins

4. Office supplies: Part 2

  • Mechanical pencils with extra lead & eraser. (this is, hands down, the best kind of mechanical pencil.)
  • White-out pen
  • 2 black Sharpies
  • 1 silver Sharpie

5. Office supplies: FRIXION PENS. If you’re not using them yet, where have you been. Get on this train. They will change your life.

  • Frixion brand erasable pens in 3 colors (black, blue, red)
  • Frixion erasable highlighters
  • Frixion heavy-duty eraser (the little blue thing)

6. The bag! It’s just a men’s toiletries bag from Target. It’s got a divider down the middle and a small interior pocket. Holds all my crap & fits in my backpack!

Not pictured: My laptop & its charger, and my script (which I leave in the rehearsal hall unless I need to work on things at home). 

Also not pictured are the things I keep in my purse/backpack all the time for my own use like ibuprofen, tampons, multitool, etc.

Also Also Not Pictured: My stopwatch?? It was not in the bag when I took the picture. But I have a stopwatch.


Window Solar Phone Charger - By XD Design 

They have come up with a Window Solar Phone Charger that enables you to charge your phone using only solar energy. It is fairly small (4.3 x 4.3 x 0.68 inch) and light (3.35 oz), but it packs a 1,400mAh battery and a full size and mini USB port that can be used to charge up its own battery when there is not enough sun, or when it simply takes too long due to the fact that it is said to take about 13 hours to fully charge.



Future Tech you can buy now.

1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones

eero Home WiFi System (Pack of 3)

Sphero Star Wars BB-8 Droid

Tile Mate - Key Finder. Phone Finder. Anything Finder

nonda World’s Smallest USB-C to USB 3.0 Mini Adapter

RoyalBaby BMX Freestyle Kids Bike

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So this is what I had in my backpack today. As you can see, black is a dominating color here. So what do you guys think? Anything I’m missing? I carry a Leatherman Wave and Victorinox Explorer in my car.

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“Everybody learns to use a tapping motion instead of rubbing to apply serums around sensitive areas such as under your eyes,” says Antonius Hanegraaf, Foreo Global Brand Manager. “The LUNA applies that same tapping motion to cleanse the skin.” To better understand the world’s first T-Sonic facial-cleansing device, we caught up with Hanegraaf and Foreo CEO Paul Peros. Here, they explain the brains behind the buzz (and why the new mini plugs into a USB port). MELISSA LANE

AH: T-Sonic technology refers to the up to 8,000 pulsations per minute, which are channeled through soft, silicone touch-points. These pulsations are directed across the skin’s surface, subsequently dislodging dirt and makeup residue from the pores in a completely gentle manner. Through the tapping motion that this combination produces, the skin can be cleansed deeply, yet delicately, without the rotating or oscillating action of bristles that might irritate the skin or harm its elasticity by pulling and pinching.

PP: LUNA devices are the first and only facial-cleansing brushes made from silicone. The engineers who founded Foreo sought to create a skincare device that was hygienic and easy on the skin and offered lasting value. The silicone design is soft and nonabrasive on the skin; it’s nonporous to resist bacteria buildup—and it requires no replacement brush heads.

AH: You will see brighter, glowing skin. After three days of use morning and night, you will see clearer, healthier-looking and naturally beautiful skin. As for the Anti-Aging Mode, using it long-term will help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and leave your skin looking smoother and more youthful. On top of that, this is finally a device you do not have to hide when friends visit you.

AH: The LUNA for Ultra-Sensitive Skin’s brush surface features a wave formation of closely packed, smooth silicone ridges designed to minimize abrasion. The LUNA for Sensitive/Normal Skin’s brush surface features thinner touch-points for gentle cleansing, with an area of thicker ones grouped towards the top for deeper, precision cleansing. Up to 80% of the LUNA for Combination Skin’s brush surface is covered with thinner touch-points for gentle cleansing, with two additional waves of thicker ones for cleansing oily patches.

AH: The LUNA mini is a compact facial-cleansing device suitable for all skin types and particularly well-suited for travel, whereas the original LUNA is more versatile with features for both cleansing and antiaging and different models tailored to skin type.

AH: LUNA mini is charged through a universally standard USB port. We designed it to be exceptionally travel-friendly, and in today’s world, travelers are more likely to come across a laptop or tablet than a power outlet.


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Foreo / LUNA™ for Sensitive/Normal Skin

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FOREO / LUNA™ For Combination Skin

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FOREO / LUNA™ For Ultra-Sensitive Skin

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$139.00 Submitted by Jorge Cabrera

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Compulsively check 14 things stuffed in my pockets before walking out every morning- that if you were to shoot it with close-ups and smash cuts, it would look like George Clooney’s Batman suiting up scene (nipples included).