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Industrial Nexcopy CF (Compact Flash) Duplicators Review!

Nexcopy, the company who introduced USB duplicators, has just intro-ed their newest product line, CF (Compact Flash) duplicators.

Why would you need this?

For example, my Canon EOS 7D uses 16GB compact flash cards.  Trust me, it’s not easy to copy multiple CF cards at once, it will take me months if I tried to do it manually.   For that, there’s the new NexCopy CF Duplicators, allowing you to copy up to 45 CF cards a

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Giant USB Duplicator!

Wow, check out this gizmo that duplicated up to 20 USB Flash drives at one time! These days, with so many people carrying their 4GB flash drives on their neck, keychain, etc…etc…, these Giant USB Duplicators can be useful for companies trying to promote their businesses.

(For example, you could put a 4 Gigabytes of company presentations, videos, documents, etc…etc… so your clients can carry it in their pocket instead of giving them a CD, which are just way too out

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! – Brooklyn Brewery is the ‘real’ Green Beer!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Make sure to get that Easter egg and your Irish lunch and dinner.

On a green note, Brooklyn Brewery claims to be the ‘real’ Green Beer with its brewing facility souped up with wind-generated electricity:

Brooklyn Brewery, located on Brewer’s Row in Brooklyn, New York, is one of a handful of breweries around the country that uses sustainable energy when producing its beer.

Its choice of method is wind power,

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Oil Roomba!

Wow, check out this Oil Roomba that will clean up any oil spills. Get bunch of these together and they look like ants!

There are some new bots called OSP on the drawing board. Using advanced robotics, these guys autonomously

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Watch as water jet cuts through steel to make a steel sunflower!


Videos like these make me go WOW!

via Make

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Build your own Apple Store

Here’s a great resource of what Apple uses to build their stores. I didn’t know they used so many stuff…it’s cool to know though just in case you want to build your own store like an Apple store.

If you want to re-model your home in the style of an Apple store, here are links to the suppliers of the actual items they use.

The designs of the Apple stores may not be particularly original in terms of architecture, however they break new boundari

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Atmel AVR HACK – Temperature Controller using Microcontroller AVR

Check out the Atmel AVR temperature controller hack, although I made a better one last year that can be controlled via ethernet, the case looks awesome!

Wine doesn’t like subzero temperatures, and during wintertime, my “winecellar” got pretty cold. There was an electric heating element, but the thermostat was broken, so it was either full burn or nothing.

That’s how the te

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Bicycle Powered Mobile Phone Center!


Tight, this is way too cool and good for our mother nature.

The one essential thing that a cell phone has that a call shop doesn’t is a battery, so using parts found in a junk yard we created a constantly recharging battery by pedal power. Electricity is generated as the person is traveling to his destination, if the battery runs low at the destination he can drop the kick stand and start cycling in place. Generating electricity from pedaling allows us to travel to the central park, a remot

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Gamer Tries to Build Nuclear Reactor at Home, FBI Came Around to Play

Cool, this guy’s on TV for tryin’ to build a nuclear reactor. Too bad he didn’t have a SiteHoppin.com shirt on… :p

Apparently bored of his amateur game-building hobby, he decided to try to make a small-scale nuclear reaction in his room, blogging his antics on the web.

Someone blew the whistle on him when he made claims about uranium and doubling the normal background radiation count in his room, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission raided his home. He won’t be getting his Da

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Robot catapult


Remember the Wii Robot? Well, check out Robot catapult. It’s tight.

Every hacker wants a budget to do bigger, cooler hacks. Well, we got our budget, all $1000 of it, and decided to turn a borrowed industrial robot into a catapult, a hack we’d been hoping to do for a long, long time. We’d been joking about throwing heavy obj

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