Visualizing data using graphs and charts

With analytics becoming increasingly important for web products, reporting data using charts has seen a surge on the web. This has brought in the trend of infographics and new Javascript graphic libraries. Many people though get too occupied in visual design and overlook what charts actually fit their case best. What’s really bad is when infographics… Continue reading Visualizing data using graphs and charts

Redesigning Windows desktop theme with Rainmeter

One thing I miss about the Windows OS is the nifty selection of desktop applications developed by some amazing people over the years. Macs were too closed and expensive when I started working with computers. While, Windows and Linux gave me an opportunity to dissect my PC and play around with installing different OSes. An… Continue reading Redesigning Windows desktop theme with Rainmeter

Turn the volume down

Jan 18, 2010 Reposting comments from a discussion about earphones on slashdot — Re:Turn down the volume (Score:4, Interesting) by Khyber No, your ear drums are not a nerve. They’re a tympanic membrane. Where you lose your hearing is from the loss and the degradation of the three inner ear bones caused by intense sound… Continue reading Turn the volume down

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