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DIY How to build an UV-C lamp for disinfecting viruses and bacteria

We’ve all been on a rush to stock up on disinfectants for our hands, for our floors, clothes – whatever it takes to keep us safe from this emerging coronavirus, COVID-19.

Everyone’s been telling us that soap and alcohol both do a great job at sanitizing surfaces and by all means do it as much as you can: wash your hands regularly, sanitize clothes and surfaces as they might have been in contact with possible contaminants, and this should at least keep the odds of getting us sick on the down low. Keep Reading

Our trip to the Islay Island in Scotland

For those that don’t know much about Islay, this is a small but beautiful island to the west of Scotland renouned for their production of single malt scotch whisky. There are currently 8 distilleries on the island, which I’m sure are all worth visiting, but in order to do so, you need to plan for about a week on Islay.

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Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard

If I’d only have to choose one word for how it looks, how it works and how it feels, that word would be “beautiful”. It really is an amazing little keyboard, clearly the best I’ve worked with (for mobile devices) and that really feels like a worthwile investment.

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Chromecast 1 vs Chromecast 2

Since I was so happy with my original version of Chromecast, as you can read in my [Chromecast review] that I previously published, I rushed to a store and purchased version 2 as soon as it was released. As a matter of fact I bought a handful, as I was traveling for a conference in US, and at the time of the writing the new device hadn’t been released in Europe (and yes, piggybacking for my pals is still something I enjoy doing 🙂

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Chromecast 2

With the release of the 2015 version of Google’s Chromecast, also regarded as Chromecast 2, a couple of new features have been added to the existing set of its predecessor. To me what mattered most was the addition of wireless AC standard which now should take speeds of up to 350 Mbps, which is really good especially if you plan on streaming content stored locally on your network, from your PC or NAS device.

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Berlin’s CRO conference hosted by TLE

It’s been short of two weeks since I’ve had the privilege to speak about some of the most interesting experiments that me and my teams have been conducting that generally led us to very insightful results to say the least.
What’s cooler about it is that the conference was hosted and organized by one of our team’s favorite online publisher of tests and results, Which Test Won.

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