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Researchers have found a way to reconstruct sound from a video of an object, turning it into a makeshift microphone.In one experiment, they were able to recover intelligible speech from the vibrations of a crisp packet photographed 15 feet away through soundproof glass.
The Art of Internet Dating is his first non-technical self help book.David has been intensely involved in Internet dating from its early days.He has explored, pioneered and researched many aspects of Internet Dating, contacted thousands of people, and helped others to find their soulmate along the way.After meeting countless people over the years via the Internet, he finally met his soulmate Nicole through the RSVP dating site (on Valentines day of all days!) whilst in the midst of writing this definitive guide.Yes, unlike other Internet dating authors, David starting writing this book and had almost completed it before he met his soulmate.
He was convinced that the power and infinite scope of Internet dating assured success, and that it was a just a matter of time until he would find his soulmate.
Yes, that's her on the right, the lovely, stunning and wonderful Nicole :) Nicole is an enviromental scientist from Sydney.
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An animal rescue organisation in the US has hijacked Tinder and is posting photos of abandoned dogs for people to match themselves up to, instead of human dates.
Targeting single people while they’re at their most vulnerable – well played.
It turns out that playing video games in short bursts can actually benefit children. Speaking of children, a free i Pad app called Scratch Jr says it can teach children between the ages of five and eight how to code, Business Insider reports.