But you can use it too. It works by printing messages in negative type which criminals can read using a positive overlay iPhone app.
‘Here at It’s Nice That we get to see graphic design aimed at various sections of society, from trendy beardies to middle-aged mums. But we don’t post an awful lot of design aimed at the criminal fraternity…until now. William Slocombe and Sam Brogan are second year graphic and media design students at London College of Communications and one of their projects Signage System is a method of communication for mafiosi types in and around south London…’
DIY: Pocket-sized Flamethrowers
‘In case no one told you flamethrowers are really dangerous. This is NOT an instructable for kids! This is for educational purposes and if you attempt this you are doing so at your own risk. I am not responsible if you get hurt attempting this. The responsibility for your safety depends on you! I try to discuss how to do this safely throughout the instructable so, READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY, but realize I can’t think of every safety problem. HAVE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER HANDY! If you do not have a high level of understanding of the chemistry or physics involved you really should not do this…’
TPP: Fast Track to Fascism
‘Despite the government shutdown, the Obama administration has continued secret negotiations to complete what is known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP.
‘The expansive plan is a proposed free-trade agreement between the U.S., Australia, Brunei, Chile, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
‘The agreement would create new guidelines for everything from food safety to fracking, financial markets, medical prices, copyright rules and Internet freedom…’
10 Fastest Growing Job Titles
They’re all in Tech
‘Of the fastest growing job titles over the last five years, seven of the top 10 are technology positions that necessitate specific technical skills for developing software and mining data. Based on their data, the fastest-growing job titles between 2008 and 2013 were:
Business intelligence developer’