DjSadhu Classic Beats Vol 1,2,3 out now!

Wednesday, 17. September 2014 9:47 | Author:

After a good 15 years of beat production I decided to bundle some of my classic work and make it available. The first three volumes containing over 40 instrumentals are out now!

DjSadhu Classic Beats

You can get individual tracks for $0,49, but a complete Volume is only $2,99. Note: these beats are for personal, non-commercial use only. If you want to use my beats for commercial work, please visit

DjSadhu Classic Beats Volume 1

Buy from Google Play ($2,99)

DjSadhu Classic Beats Volume 2

Buy from Google Play ($2,99)

DjSadhu Classic Beats Volume 3

Buy from Google Play ($2,99)

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Intel Edison: a computer as big as a postage stamp

Friday, 12. September 2014 15:04 | Author:

Intel's Edison
Key Features
The Intel Edison module uses a 22-nm Intel® Atom™ SoC, formerly Silvermont that includes a dual core, dual threaded CPU at 500 MHz and a 32-bit Intel® Quark™ processor MCU at 100 MHz. It supports 40 GPIOs and includes: 1 GB LPDDR3, 4 GB EMMC, and dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth® Low Energy on a module the size of a postage stamp.
The Intel Edison module will initially support development with Arduino* and C/C++, followed by Node.JS, Python, RTOS, and Visual Programming support in the near future.
The Intel Edison module includes a device-to-device and device-to-cloud connectivity framework to enable cross-device communication and a cloud-based, multi-tenant, time-series analytics service.


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Cuba sends six tons of medical supplies to Gaza

Friday, 12. September 2014 14:59 | Author:

Cuba has sent six tons of drugs and medical supplies to Gaza, devastated by Israel’s seven-week US-backed terror campaign that killed more than 2,100 people, official media reported Thursday.

The government-run Cubadebate website said the humanitarian shipment was delivered by officials at Cuba’s embassy in Cairo to the Palestinian representative there.

Cubadebate said Palestinian officials expressed their thanks for Havana’s “noble gesture” that “will alleviate the difficult situation Gaza is facing,” as hospitals continue to treat those injured by the Israeli bombings.

Israel and the Palestinians agreed to a truce on August 26, putting on hold their deadliest confrontation in years, with indirect talks set to resume mid-September.


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One Touch Payments (PayPal) will accept Bitcoins

Tuesday, 9. September 2014 17:05 | Author:

bitcoin “While we’re focused on giving people more seamless buying experiences, we’re also fierce advocates of giving merchants — and in turn their customers — flexibility and the freedom of choice. That’s why today, we also announced that we’ll enable our customers to easily accept bitcoin in the coming months via a partnership with Coinbase — a trusted, high quality bitcoin payment processor with 1.6M consumer wallets and 36,000 merchants globally. As we make bitcoin available, our SDK will make it seamless for developers and merchants to add bitcoin to their existing payment methods and provide an elegant, adaptive user interface for consumers to pay in bitcoin with their Coinbase wallet (request access to the upcoming beta).

At Braintree, we’ve been an open platform from the beginning, striving to give merchants easy access to the most sophisticated payment tools, which now includes the most relevant wallets across platforms — all via a single integration, the Braintree SDK. Today, this includes PayPal, with over 150M active digital wallets, Venmo, which is processing more than $1.5B in mobile payment volume annually, Coinbase in the coming months, and whatever is relevant for developers and merchants in the future.”


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Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested After Money Falls Out Of Pants

Tuesday, 9. September 2014 6:14 | Author:

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — A man was arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank in Merced Saturday afternoon.

Merced police say Shawn Lee Canfield, 25, walked into the Chase Bank inside the Raley’s grocery store on G Street and Yosemite Avenue around 1:40 p.m. and handed the teller a card demanding cash. Authorities say the teller handed over $2,748, and the suspect took off.

Officers say they were responding to the scene and caught up with Canfield near G Street and El Portal Drive as he was trying to shove money down his pants. The teller was taken to that location and positively identified him as the suspect.

As detectives walked Canfield upstairs at the station, police say money started falling out of his pant leg, and a total of $2,414 was collected. During police questioning, the suspect was asked to stand up and an additional $334 fell out of his pant leg, according to authorities.

Investigators say Canfield admitted to the bank robbery and said he needed the money to get to Colorado to visit his mother.

Canfield was arrested and booked into the Merced County Jail for robbery and burglary.


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Car crash victim wakes up from coma speaking fluent Chinese

Saturday, 6. September 2014 8:54 | Author:

Ben McMahon
Being in a coma for week was reportedly a fast track method of learning Mandarin for this young man.

Ben McMahon, from Melbourne, Australia, would have been happy to just wake up following a serious car crash but he also apparently found he was able to speak the foreign language.

After writing down the words ‘I love my mum, I love my dad, I will recover,’ in the Chinese dialect, the 22-year-old went on to exclusively speak it for the next few days.

‘I wasn’t consciously thinking I was speaking Mandarin, it was what just came out and it was what was most natural to me,’ he said.

McMahon’s new language skills were reportedly triggered when he saw an ‘Asian looking’ nurse at the hospital he was recuperating at.

Although he learned Mandarin at school, he was never fluent in it.

He has since gone on to present a TV show in Mandarin and has also relocated to Shanghai.


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Sonic Boom: Papua New Guinea’s Tavurvur Volcano Eruption

Saturday, 6. September 2014 8:52 | Author:

Credit: Facebook/Linda McNamara
On Sept. 2 Linda and Philip McNamara, a couple from Queensland, Australia, were on a boat near the volcano when they captured amazing video of an explosion. In the clip, a sonic boom can be seen blasting through the clouds.
On August 29, the Mount Tavurvur volcano in Papua New Guinea began an epic eruption that shot lava hundreds of feet into the air, scattering ash far and wide.

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