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Apr 10, 2019 16:49:20

Harry Potter, sweet fizzy drinks, IoT and rhetoric, link

by @monolesan | 259 words | 🐣 | 171πŸ’Œ

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I feel so sick today, so, the news that I need to write 200 words didn't make me happy. I am going to write some thoughts and what happened to me on this day.

1) My inferences occasionally bring me to rhetoric lessons. Rhetoric is a very interesting thing and I really don't know why there are no lessons in schools. I'm very excited to continue the lessons.

2) I watched movies about Harry Potter the last few days when I eat. I love this series since my childhood. When I was 3-4 years old, I called Harry Potter like "Harry Pulkov" ("Π“Π°Ρ€Ρ€ΠΈ ΠŸΡƒΠ»ΡŒΠΊΠΎΠ²"). I find this funny.
I have cassettes with the first movies.

3) In childhood, I loved sweet fizzy drinks. Everyone knows that it's not healthy food with a bad product composition. My grandfather always named these drinks "shit". Once, we went to the shop, he asked what I want. I stared at my favorite sweet fizzy drink ("Π’Π°Ρ€Ρ…ΡƒΠ½") and said to shop assistant: "Give me this shit".

4) IoT is magic. Today I came up with how to move the chair using IoT.
Guide "How to move the chair"
  1. Think about the chair. Where do you want to move it?
  2. The signal is connected with the chair.
  3. The chair catches the signal.
  4. The chair has the sensors that help it to detect where it is and what is around. The chair opens small wheels like an air (but quiet).
  5. The chair moves where you wanted.

5) That's cool that I can link to my own articles because I already wrote about a thing.

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