Data is for everyone, not just for the Pros Even a few years ago, using this kind of data analysis to find speed behind the wheel was the beyond the means of most grassroots or amateur drivers. That's really not the case anymore. You don't need thousands of dollars for a MoTeC or TraqMate system thanks to AutosportLabs. The Seattle-based startup is developing RaceCapture, which combines a low price ($199) with an intuitive UI, two things that this space has been missing. Since this is 2015 and everything is connected to the cloud, RaceCapture uses phone and tablet apps or a Web interface to analyze one's data (unlike every other data acquisition platform which all depend on user-unfriendly Windows apps). And because it's connected, you can stream telemetry and video from your car while you're actually at the track. We hope to take a much closer look at RaceCapture in the new year, but in the meantime you can find out more at its Kickstarter page. … [Read more...] about Digging into the data: How to make a faster race car driver
Speculation about who might be the alleged serial killer dumping human remains along beaches on Long Island may be unwarranted so early in the investigation, criminologists say. But despite having diverse motives, serial killers do tend to share certain personality traits, and experts are learning more about what makes these killers tick, including a desire to convince others that they're "good people." … [Read more...] about Long Island Serial Killer: What Makes Murderers Tick?
What Is Private Browsing Mode? Before we get to the meat of things, let’s first define what we mean by “private” or “incognito” mode. This feature first appeared in Apple’s Safari browser in 2005. It didn’t take long for rival browser vendors, like Google and Mozilla, to follow suit. Soon, it became a standard component for any web browser worth its salt. … [Read more...] about Does Private or Incognito Mode Make Web Browsing Anonymous?
Dr. Este Geraghty, Chief Medical Officer of Esri, said location intelligence has been evolving quickly and customers are using it for everything from crisis management and continuity to supply chain to employee tracking. "The pandemic is changing the ways we are thinking about a lot of things," said Geraghty. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 pandemic making GIS data an enterprise analytics staple
If you don’t want to mess around with AHK, however, there’s one more solution we can offer: PureText. We showed our readers how to use PureText back in 2009 and it’s still going strong. Install the app, select the shortcut combo you wish to use (like CTRL+SHIFT+V) and PureText will automatically strip the formatting from the text and paste it when the hotkey is triggered. … [Read more...] about How to Paste Text Without the Extra Formatting