Archive | on the web RSS feed for this section

TehGeekTive is going dark to protest SOPA

Although this blog is small and not even in US, TGT – short for TehGeekTive, will go dark on 18th January 2012 in protest against SOPA(and PIPA). This infamous act is meant to be good, but the loopholes and the broad coverage gives US Government and corporations the ability to shut down any site from […]

Read more

Use javascript to create collapsible content in your WordPress site

Javascript, also known as ECMAscript, is a browser (client) side scripting language, which means that using this code you alter the behavior of the browser. The browser reads the code and does actions which are beyond HTML and CSS capabilities. If you have javascript disabled in your browser then you won’t see the demo at […]

Read more

Water physics – welcome to wonderland

Seeing waves and rain in slow motion is always a neat thing. More interesting is when you want to release a droplet of water in a pool. At high speeds a droplet simply pushed and enters into the mass of water, but releasing it at low speeds you can see how it will grow smaller […]

Read more

Satellites in space: the short history

a quick history of satellites in space from ne0nle0n on Vimeo. What a nice way to start the year: counting the satellites that have been launched and have died since the beginning of space era. Between 1957 and 2011 6910 satellites have been launched and only 3494 still orbiting Earth. It seems that a bit […]

Read more

#2011in4words and seen through the tweets of the World

Great year, great people. These were my four words for #2011in4words. The video above draws a line around the history of a big year in which revolutions took place, Steve Jobs passed away, when people #occupy everything and the internet fight against SOPA and PIPA. 2011 was a great year and I felt a great […]

Read more

Merry Christmas Santa Claus – a brief history and meet Space Santa [video]

CGP Grey had done a nice job creating a short history of Santa Claus. He wasn’t always red, big and fat. Actually, he didn’t even came from Sweden. It seems that in the world culture Santa had many different faces and came either from North Pole, from Greenland or Sweden. But ow we now that […]

Read more

Anti SOPA rap and how to sidestep SOPA

Geeksaresexy do not like SOPA, and neither does TehGeekTive. No way. This is why a lot of people did what they could: wrote posts, participated in anti-SOPA meetings or did rap song. Dan Bull’s Anti-SOPA Rap is an inspiring song about what such a law could mean to us and the changes it may create […]

Read more

How much does a 30 second ad costs – spoiler alert: damn much

Feeling to wealthy and don’t know what to spend your money on? Try TV ads in prim time and you’ll feel how the tens of thousands just fly by you. Running an ad Wednesday between 7PM- 9PM costs you about $64,00. Saturdays are the least expensive with $38,000 for 30 second ads. Sundays range from […]

Read more

Discover, record and share history with Timelines

Timelines is an awesome website where you can discover, share and record history. You can see events in a way very different than from books or official statements. Most of the history items are, in fact, pretty objective and you can find there what, who, how and where did something happen on a particular day. […]

Read more

Stunning time lapse – Triple Americano

Triple Americano from Preston Kanak on Vimeo. Preston Kanak did this stunning time lapse video in Saskatchewan, Canada and Austin, Texas collaborating on this with other filmmakers. Named Triple Americano this video uses as soundtrack Midnight City from M83. A time lapse movie can be good but with proper sound can be damn good. Of […]

Read more