These stress toys and mind-benders will space you out — in a good way.
— Lees op www.cnet.com/pictures/mesmerizing-desk-toys-that-could-replace-your-newtons-cradle/6/
Sinds kort volg ik het youtubekanaal van van Scotty Adams : Strange Parts.
De videos van Scotty gaan voornamelijk over zijn avonturen in China en met name de electronica industrie, maar soms ook andere dingen, zoals zijn bezoek aan de grootste groothandels ter wereld.
I took a tour around the Yiwu Industrial Trade City – the largest wholesale market in the world. People come here from every country to buy goods to export. 5.5 million square meters, 7km long, this market is beyond giant. And it’s all one interconnected building. I explored it for a day with Collin Abroadcast, a fellow market fanatic. From Christmas decorations to children’s toys to hardware and tools, we found a bunch of stuff that blew our minds.
Today I started experimenting a bit with the data from the 2016 Mille Miglia in PowerBI. I have created some reports based on the accepted cars PDF of the Mille Miglia 2016, as I was curious how many attendees, from how many countries are participating. Also some nice insights into the different cars etc ..
It is easy to embed the reports you create with some automatically generated embed code. For those not familiar with PowerBI, you can click the charts to filter the data …
You’ve probably seen them dozens of times, the Common Craft videos explaining an “IT Solution” or other overly complex thing in a very easy way … I am not sure but I think Common Craft was one of the first in making these type of videos and quite succesfull with it.
Now they have made their video library avialable with all videos unbranded. You can easily find the video your need :
Now more than ever, we see our membership service and video library as a utility, something professionals use to do their jobs more effectively. And we’re always looking for ways to improve that experience. That’s why, based on member feedback, we’ve made changes to nearly every video in the library.
Common Craft videos are now “unbranded”, meaning that they no longer display Common Craft logos, titles, or the tagline “Explained by Common Craft” in the videos, aside from a small copyright endnote.
Our videos are used in classrooms, on organization websites and inside companies. In these situations, the content is what matters – the explanations. By removing the branding, we can provide videos that focus more tightly on the educational content and the needs of our members.