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Making an animated GIF is easier than you think with these apps

Making an animated GIF is easier than you think with these apps To get started, paste the URL for the video you’d like to use as the basis for your GIF.Select the frames you’d like to convert into a GIF using the timeline located below the video.

NASA inflatable greenhouse could help feed astronauts on other planets

NASA inflatable greenhouse could help feed astronauts on other planets It’s not just the nutritional value of fresh produce that has NASA interested in growing greens — researchers think that astronauts would also get a psychological boost from farming.To that end, NASA collaborated with researchers at the University of Arizona to design an inflatable greenhouse that can be deployed in space and offer astronauts a sustainable bounty of fresh vegetables.

How much RAM does your PC need? Probably less than you think

How much RAM does your PC need? Probably less than you think Random Access Memory, usually shortened to “RAM” or simply “memory,” is one of the most important parts of any computer.How much memory you require will depend on two factors, including what you want to do, and how much you’re willing to spend.

How to save a webpage as a PDF, so you can view it offline

How to save a webpage as a PDF, so you can view it offline Everyone eventually finds a web page they need to save for sharing with teammates or doing offline research.The most flexible solution to this problem is creating a PDF file that can be viewed and sent nearly anywhere.

Is embedding a tweet containing a photo theft? This photographer thinks so

Is embedding a tweet containing a photo theft? This photographer thinks so A lawsuit in the United Kingdom is raising questions about fair use and copyright laws after a freelance photographer sued a news publication for embedding a tweet within an article.Eddie Mitchell, a freelance photographer, is taking Sky News to court after the publication used a tweet containing his photo within an article.

A crash course in how to make your own memes

A crash course in how to make your own memes Know your memes — It’s good practice look at memes out there that have gone viral already, especially current ones.If you’d like to use a personal experience as the center of your meme, choose one that’s easy to relate to.

For the first time ever, most U.S. households use only wireless phones

For the first time ever, most U.S. households use only wireless phones homes have done away with their landline service, and now only use cell phones to stay connected.4 percent of households have both landlines and wireless phones, while just 6.