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... Pavlov Poke presents a shocking answer to Facebook addiction ... Some studies even claim that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol. There's even a scale you can use to determine your level of Facebook addiction. The purpose of Pavlov Poke is to highlight this addictive behavior and suggest ways of combating it. At the very least, Morris and McDuff want it to act as a warning that people should be aware of the addiction posed by modern digital technology and to resist it. The device itself is very simple in construction. It consists of a UI inspector that keeps tabs on computer application usage. It notices how often and how long site is visited and if it falls inside the parameters set for distraction, a processing code pops up an onscreen alert. Meanwhile, an Arduino platform is connected to the computer by a USB feed. The processing code signals a shock and the Arduino triggers a shock circuit, sending a current through a pair of electrodes that give the user a harmless, but unpleasant electric shock.

... Pavlov Poke presents a shocking answer to Facebook addiction ... Some studies even claim that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol. There's even a scale you can use to determine your level of Facebook addiction. The purpose of Pavlov Poke is to highlight this addictive behavior and suggest ways of combating it. At the very least, Morris and McDuff want it to act as a warning that people should be aware of the addiction posed by modern digital technology and to resist it. The device itself is very simple in construction. It consists of a UI inspector that keeps tabs on computer application usage. It notices how often and how long site is visited and if it falls inside the parameters set for distraction, a processing code pops up an onscreen alert. Meanwhile, an Arduino platform is connected to the computer by a USB feed. The processing code signals a shock and the Arduino triggers a shock circuit, sending a current through a pair of electrodes that give the user a harmless, but unpleasant electric shock.

... Pavlov Poke presents a shocking answer to Facebook addiction ... Some studies even claim that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol. There's even a scale you can use to determine your level of Facebook addiction. The purpose of Pavlov Poke is to highlight this addictive behavior and suggest ways of combating it. At the very least, Morris and McDuff want it to act as a warning that people should be aware of the addiction posed by modern digital technology and to resist it. The device itself is very simple in construction. It consists of a UI inspector that keeps tabs on computer application usage. It notices how often and how long site is visited and if it falls inside the parameters set for distraction, a processing code pops up an onscreen alert. Meanwhile, an Arduino platform is connected to the computer by a USB feed. The processing code signals a shock and the Arduino triggers a shock circuit, sending a current through a pair of electrodes that give the user a harmless, but unpleasant electric shock.

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:: Google building secret lab :: Google is reportedly working on a secret laboratory at its California headquarters worth 120 million dollars, which the internet search giant will use to test a range of new experimental products. The new lab, which is already under construction, will include buildings that are screened against external radio waves and can be used to test advanced new wireless projects for the home. The company has already demonstrated new concepts for the 'Android@Home' brand, which would allow users of Google mobile phones to control light switches, music systems and domestic appliances. According to The Telegraph, Google is also modifying a separate lab as part of its advanced 'Project X' scheme and is set to include as yet unspecified 'precision optical technology'.It is also building new anechoic and thermal chambers to test sound and radiation patterns. Google also plans to include a 'Google Experience Center', that would offer meeting rooms and a history of the company's achievements, aimed at major and prospective clients.The project is part of an 800,000 square foot plan to refurbish Google's campus. Source :- timesofindia.com

:: Google building secret lab :: Google is reportedly working on a secret laboratory at its California headquarters worth 120 million dollars, which the internet search giant will use to test a range of new experimental products. The new lab, which is already under construction, will include buildings that are screened against external radio waves and can be used to test advanced new wireless projects for the home. The company has already demonstrated new concepts for the 'Android@Home' brand, which would allow users of Google mobile phones to control light switches, music systems and domestic appliances. According to The Telegraph, Google is also modifying a separate lab as part of its advanced 'Project X' scheme and is set to include as yet unspecified 'precision optical technology'.It is also building new anechoic and thermal chambers to test sound and radiation patterns. Google also plans to include a 'Google Experience Center', that would offer meeting rooms and a history of the company's achievements, aimed at major and prospective clients.The project is part of an 800,000 square foot plan to refurbish Google's campus. Source :- timesofindia.com

:: Google building secret lab :: Google is reportedly working on a secret laboratory at its California headquarters worth 120 million dollars, which the internet search giant will use to test a range of new experimental products. The new lab, which is already under construction, will include buildings that are screened against external radio waves and can be used to test advanced new wireless projects for the home. The company has already demonstrated new concepts for the 'Android@Home' brand, which would allow users of Google mobile phones to control light switches, music systems and domestic appliances. According to The Telegraph, Google is also modifying a separate lab as part of its advanced 'Project X' scheme and is set to include as yet unspecified 'precision optical technology'.It is also building new anechoic and thermal chambers to test sound and radiation patterns. Google also plans to include a 'Google Experience Center', that would offer meeting rooms and a history of the company's achievements, aimed at major and prospective clients.The project is part of an 800,000 square foot plan to refurbish Google's campus. Source :- timesofindia.com

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