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A new way to discover products. Each chart gives you an easy to grasp overview of what is available on the market, and provides the tools to find the product that is perfect for you.
So I went on a long journey to find a better place for the product charts. And here it is: ProductChart.com


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I want to thank all Veerublog readers for making it another amazing year. I also like to thank those of you who help me out every now and then by sending links. You know who you are. May the New Year bring you love, happiness, serenity, success, and good health. May 2015 be your best year ever.


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Today there are so many resources inside and outside the Internet, it becomes much easier and fun to understand the periodic table, and this project in ed.ted.com/periodic-videos is one of them.

There is a table in which each element points to a 5-6 minute video in which its characteristics are explained. You can access a complete lesson on the selected item with more content and experiences. 


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Remember Spirograph—the drawing toy that let you use rotating discs and templates to make geometric art? We sure do—but with a hint of sadness, because we could rarely keep the discs perfectly stable for a whole drawing. Now Nathan Friend has developed Inspirograph, which re-creates the experience digitally: it’s like Spirograph, with better control (and a whole color picker’s worth of ink colors). And it is a lot of fun. Play with Inspirograph (and don’t miss the gallery of others’ creations!).


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Dhteumeuleu is a collection of very clever HTML 5 computer animations made by Gerard Ferrandez. Click to maximize the popup window. Most will interact with your mouse. To get back to the menu after viewing a selected visual just click the arrow in the top left of your screen and click 'Home.'


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Want to turn something on YouTube into a GIF, but don't want to futz with downloading third-party apps or digging around for an online converter? Here's a handy trick: just add 'gif' to the beginning of the URL. 

For example, you'd turn: 
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ 
into: www.gifyoutube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ.

Then set the GIF length in seconds using the slider and and hit enter. Here's an example I made. ( via: Techcrunch )