How to choose survival clothing for different condition?

Even you are not a survivalist, besides a wool blankets for survival, you also need the right clothing to be ready with any hostile climate outdoor. Asking yourself if you have the suitable cloth to help you through a survival or bug out situation. The best survival clothing will protect you from the extreme temperatures.…

Vivarium Electronics VE-100 Thermostat Review

Before choosing any device, careful research and consideration are really necessary. This becomes even more important when it comes to the device that you use to maintain proper temperature in your reptile’s tank. In order to keep the constant temperature in the reptile enclosure, you should get the currency heater control. If you are confused…

Wired magazine

From Wired.com: Wired magazine For more than 15 years, Wired has been the first word on how technology is changing the world. Each month, the magazine delivers a glimpse into the future of business, science, entertainment, education, culture and politics. Under the leadership of editor in chief Chris Anderson, Wired has been nominated for an unprecedented nine National Magazine…

The Windows 3.1 Bible – because faith was required

Scan originally appeared in Wired 01.02, May 1993. “Everything you ever wanted to know about Windows… but was just too busy to ask”. At 1.154 pages, this baby sure looks like a time-saver! I remember when these types of books started to appear. For a 90’s Microsoft-boy like me they marked the transition from when you knew what…

The internet IS a series of tubes

From back when two dedicated 2mbit lines were enough to support an entire video-on-demand business concept. This ad is a nice reminder that the much-mocked former Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) was only partially wrong when he famously said that the Internet is a series of tubes. There is a wonderful physicality of the Internet: Your g-mails…

Jim Cramer makes another mistake in 1997

James J. Cramer – The ‘J’ is for Wrong In my earlier take on why bubbles happen, I forgot an important factor: Snake-oil salesmen. For the sake of Jim Cramer, we should be glad that he’s comfortable making mistakes – he must be one comfortable guy, I guess. Like when, in February 1999, he didn’t see the…