When you think of power, what is it you're picturing? Armies? Politicians? Hordes of genetically modified scorpions intent on decimating the world's population so they can rule over the tasty, tasty ashes?
There are many reasons why someone might find drones to be a fun hobby to partake in. Gearheads love the idea of being able to tinker with technology, and drone maintenance definitely allows for plenty of that. They also might like being able to shop for cool drone accessories, too.
Learning how to fly a drone isn't easy. There are a lot of knobs, twists, and turns, and if you have delicate equipment in your drone, a single crash can mean that you lose hundreds of dollars in an instant. Many drones are just not meant for beginner flyers — especially beginners on a budget.
There are few people in the world of Blockchain and Bitcoin who are on top of the game like Amit Bhardwaj. A renowned speaker and author, he has written and published some very famous e-books concerning Blockchain and cryptocurrency. His books include Cryptocurrency Trading for Beginners, Cryptocurrency Mining for Beginners, and his most recent masterpiece, Cryptocurrency For Beginners. Amit Bhardwaj's has become very popular among those who are brand new to the field of Blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
With technology advancing and the 21st Century being known as the Social Media Era, it’s no surprise that smartphones are being equipped with cameras that take phenomenal photos. But is using just the phone’s camera enough? Maybe…depending on what type of smartphone you have. This is why I’m glad that companies like Olloclip, Lenzii, and Aukey have developed and came out with a smartphone’s best companion—portable lenses.
Thermostats are, in their own strange way, a key to your home's ability to comfort you. They keep you warm when it's winter, and cool when it's summer — and they give you that awesome feeling of being in control of your surroundings.
If you've ever watched any sci-fi movie ever, you've probably seen the futuristic vision of a smart home. There's something incredibly cool about being able to talk to your home, have your home respond to you, and also follow commands that you give it.
The internet is more far reaching than most realize. It is estimated that there is 500 times more content on the internet than what can be found on google. This is not because all this content is dangerous or illegal. Most of it is actually just not public or not relevant to the user, so search engines don't index it. This can include email messages, private content on social media, bank statements, health records. Much of this is reachable, just not through your standard search engine. If you ever used J-Store in college to find articles, then you have used a search engine that can find the things google cannot. Regardless, this breadth of resources is known as the deep web. The web most people know and use is conversely titled the surface web. That is not all there is on the deep web though. There is a small slice kept away and not accessible by any standard means. This place, known as the Dark Web, is home to marketplaces for drugs, weapons, fake ids, and other illicit items. If you have ever heard of the fabled Silk Road, now you know where it was located. Illegal substances aren't the only things permeating the Dark Web. It can also be a means to anonymize your online surfing. This article will show you how to get into the dark web. What you do from there is up to you.
The Dark Web has gained a lot of attention from mainstream media and government agencies. For the mainstream world, the term "Dark Web" has become synonymous with everything that is illegal. Rumors abound about drug trades, hits for hire, human trafficking, and illegal content on the Dark Web — and to a point, it all seems hard to believe.