In early 1934, Clarence Hickman, a Bell Labs engineer, had a secret machine, about six feet tall, standing in his office.
Sister-Diane over at CraftyPod discusses Creative Commons licensing with attorney Martin Ertl and crafter/enthusiast Kim Werker.
The Atlantic Wire is reporting that Herre has devised a way to filter the audio from World Cup through his computer and, using software he says should be cheaply available to drastically reduce the annoying vuvuzela sound.
The Misa Digital Guitar’s fret board looks like a traditional six-string’s-but with no strings attached.
Then he whipped off the speaker box to reveal the real source of the sound: a sheet of clear plastic.
Amina Nazari is a product designer by training, so it makes sense that she was mystified by the things that people don’t need, but nonetheless hang onto because of their sentimental value.
One of the easiest things you can do is incorporate audio products into your business.
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