"Internet das coisas"…

"Internet das coisas"…

O primeiro selfie da história.
bluedogeyes:

Robert Cornelius (1809–1893) 
“Around October 1839, Cornelius took a portrait of himself outside of the family store. The daguerreotype produced shows an off center portrait of a man with crossed arms and tousled hair. 
This self-portrait of Robert Cornelius is one of the first photographs of a human to be produced.”

O primeiro selfie da história.

bluedogeyes:

Robert Cornelius (1809–1893)

“Around October 1839, Cornelius took a portrait of himself outside of the family store. The daguerreotype produced shows an off center portrait of a man with crossed arms and tousled hair.

This self-portrait of Robert Cornelius is one of the first photographs of a human to be produced.”

bluedogeyes:

Gadget Man - 02x06

Programar é uma arte. Debugar faz parte.
(via Geek And Poke)

Programar é uma arte. Debugar faz parte.

(via Geek And Poke)

The First Computer Bug

amplexi:

On this day, 9 September 1945, the first known computer bug was found and named by Lt. (later Rear Admiral !)  Grace M. Hopper.  On active duty at Harvard University, the cutting-edge calculation engine stopped working.  Lt. Hopper discovered the bug — a moth — in the banks of circuitry, removed same, and logged it (complete with cello-tape of the offending moth to the log page).  This and similar operations, mutatis mutandis,  has become known as “debugging”.

All About Data: Long running processes in Python

dasfaha:

In my last post I showed how to capture tweets from an area. After collecting data for about a week, plotting the number of tweets per hour shows this:

Gap in tweets collected

I knew that this was going to happen as I logged into to my AWS instance every now and then to check how the data collection was coming…

Hahahahahahahahahahahshahahahahahahaha

luci:

Filmlerdeki şahane arabaları hiç böyle görmediniz! http://kitaplikkedisi.com/2013/08/arabalar-ve-filmler/

luci:

Filmlerdeki şahane arabaları hiç böyle görmediniz! 
http://kitaplikkedisi.com/2013/08/arabalar-ve-filmler/