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Live demo of CADup for Sketchup – An exclusive sketchup plugin

Live demo of CADup for Sketchup – An exclusive sketchup plugin | Urban architecture | Scoop.it

The sketchup users can use this plugin to generate line drawings of views concerning a group/component-instance ready that can be applied in a cad program later on.


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Banana Pi 1Ghz Dual Core, 1GB DDR3 STATA AllWinner A20 Cubieboard Rasberry Pi -

Banana Pi 1Ghz Dual Core, 1GB DDR3 STATA AllWinner A20 Cubieboard Rasberry Pi - | Urban architecture | Scoop.it
“Banana Pi 1Ghz Dual Core, 1GB DDR3 STATA AllWinner A20 Cubieboard Rasberry Pi in gekoo.co - Search, Find, Compare and Buy it Now - Deals and Offers Online - Discounts and Promotions”
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Climate Change Is Altering Everything About The Way Water Is Provided In Salt Lake City

Climate Change Is Altering Everything About The Way Water Is Provided In Salt Lake City | Urban architecture | Scoop.it
“ Lack of snowpack is the greatest climate change threat to Salt Lake City, the mayor says. No snow in the mountains means no water come summer.”
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Here Comes Ethereum, an Information Technology Dreamed Up By a Wunderkind 19-Year-Old That Could One Day Transform Law, Finance, and Civil Society | Jim Epstein | Reason.com

Here Comes Ethereum, an Information Technology Dreamed Up By a Wunderkind 19-Year-Old That Could One Day Transform Law, Finance, and Civil Society | Jim Epstein | Reason.com | Urban architecture | Scoop.it

Ethereum, the brainchild of wunderkind software developer Vitalik Buterin, who was just 19 when he came up with the idea, is the most buzzed-about project right now in the cryptocurrency community. It has attracted an all-star team of computer scientists and raised $18.4 million in a crowdfunding campaign—the third most successful of all time. And now, according to the official Ethereum blog, it's on the verge of being rolled out to the public.Ethereum's developers use a rolling ticker tape of bold tag lines to describe what they're creating, including a “Social Operating System for Planet Earth,” and “the Upcoming Decentralization Singularity.”So what is it?Ethereum is a programming language the lives on top of a "blockchain"—a concept invented six years ago with the launch of Bitcoin. A blockchain is essentially a database that's jointly maintained on the personal hard drives of its users—sort of like a shared Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. But transactions recorded to a blockchain are time stamped, fully transparent, and protected from tampering by hackers and thieves through an ingenious system that utilizes cryptography and community consensus. Blockchains make it possible, for the first time in history, to participate in a complex marketplace without the need for a mediating third party. The blockchain is what allowed Bitcoin to become the first form of virtual money that can be exchanged without a bank serving as an intermediary. (Read Ron Bailey's recent piece on the blockchain's transformative potential.)Ethereum is an effort to apply the blockchain to a broad range of uses, though it's not the first such attempt. Projects like Counterparty and Colored Coins have come up with clever methods of tailoring Bitcoin to facilitiate projects like a blockchain-based stock market. But Bitcoin's blockchain was designed to handle the exchange of money, and retrofitting it to other uses requires some programming jujitsu and has inherent technical limitations.

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Happy Interior Blog: French Cuteness For Your Home: Hartô

Happy Interior Blog: French Cuteness For Your Home: Hartô | Urban architecture | Scoop.it
Discover the French design label Hartô with playful furniture and home accessories on the blog!
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Bitcoin giant to open new 'mega' Swedish hub | The Local

Bitcoin giant to open new 'mega' Swedish hub | The Local | Urban architecture | Scoop.it

Swedish Bitcoin firm KnCMiner is expanding its operations by opening a new data centre in northern Sweden in a move that will increase trade of the controversial digital currency.


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