Author Archives: Robby Silk

About Robby Silk

My goal through writing is to help inspire and motivate others to do more, help more, and become more than they have already become. Everyone has a special calling in life, and I want to bring this out of every single person I can. Ordinary people, hard work, and dedication change the world; I believe that once all of these pieces come together then someone truly special will emerge from the results. Read more from me at The Philosophical Photographer blog.
8 jan

And the Future of Gaming is…The SteamBox?

***, Entertainment, Games, News

The Wii U, the Xbox One, and the PS4 all next gen consoles that made their debut in 2013. Well that was last year, and this is 2014 the future of gaming. For those who like to define themselves as … Continue reading

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25 mar

The End of Moore’s Law? Or The End of an Age?

***, Entertainment, History, News

Moore’s Law simply states that a computer’s power doubles every 18 months. The law first coined by Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore in a 1965 paper he published. The processing power of circuits has been exponentially growing since 1958, and that trend … Continue reading

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28 jan

Have you ever heard what a meteor sounds like?

*, Entertainment, Space

Have you were ever wondered what a meteor sounds like? Well today is your lucky day. The below link will take you to a live satellite feed that will give you an opportunity to tune into the sounds of the universe. Space … Continue reading

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24 oct

So what does this E=mc2 thing actually mean?

***, History, News, Solar, Space

You know it, your friends know it, heck even your parents and grandparents know it, but how many of you actually know what E=mc2 really means? If you do not know don’t feel bad about it. Because the reality is … Continue reading

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5 oct

The Man, The Myth, The Legend? Who was Nikola Tesla?

***, Electronics, Hardware, History, News

Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine. – Nikola Tesla The value of creation cannot be gauged … Continue reading

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