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Remember all of those fantastically horrible handheld LCD games that hit the toy stores back in the ’90s. You know, the ones that had custom LCD screens to make for some fake animation. Here’s an example of what those should have been. It’s an LCD-based handheld with some soul.
The entire thing is roughly the size of a television remote, with a 3D printed case making it very presentable. But looking at the wiring which hides inside proves this is one-of-a-kind. The Arduino Pro Mini is probably the biggest difference in technology from back in the day compared to now. It has plenty of space for all of the different settings and games shown off in the clip below. The user interface itself is definitely a throw-back though. The Nokia 3310 screen boasts a whopping 84×48 pixel monochrome area. There are four buttons serving as a d-pad, and two as action buttons. Perhaps the greatest feature (besides the printed case we already mentioned) is the ability to recharge the internal battery via USB.
[Zippy314] built this with his son. What’s more fun: learning to program the games, or mastering them and discovering the bugs you missed along the way?
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Revealed at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona, the new logo has waved goodbye to the classic Nokia typeface and replaced it with a more geometric and abstract approach. This simplification aims to strike “the right degree of visual evolution so the iconic logo is still instantly recognisable”. But the result is that the individual letters of Nokia have been stripped and chopped so much it’s more a distant echo of the previous logo.
Lippincott, who has worked on the rebrand, and collaborated with Nokia for the last 15 years, says this has been done so that the letters of the logo “only read as ‘Nokia’ when they [appear] together”. Beyond this, the logo’s N, O and K letterforms have been repurposed as bold graphics to use across all content, so every communication from the brand is “distinctively Nokia”.
In a company blog post about the announcement, Pekka Lundmark, president of Nokia says: “Our new visual identity captures Nokia as we are today, with renewed energy and commitment as pioneers of digital transformation. We built on the heritage of the previous logo, but made it feel more contemporary and digital, to reflect our current identity.”
This stripped back approach is nothing new of course, and instead is a trend that typically occurs when heritage or established brands (especially in the tech, comms or the automobile space) want to head into a seemingly more contemporary direction.
For those still wistful for the old logo, the mobile phones division of Nokia has been owned by HMD Global since 2017, and the company owns the rights to use the Nokia branding for its own phones. It’s unclear whether this new logo will be used by HMD yet, therefore there could be two Nokia logos floating around the ether for the time being.
The "topic sentence" is the sentence in which the main idea of the paragraph is stated. It is unquestionably the most important sentence in the paragraph. The syllabu sentence generally is composed of two parts: (a) the syllabu itself and (b) the controlling idea.
The syllabu is the subject of the paragraph. It is what the paragraph is all about. The following are subjects suitable for a paragraph:
Writing effective syllabu sentences, however, involves more than merely stating the subject of the paragraph. A good syllabu sentence is specific and well focused, guiding the entire paragraph. A good syllabu sentence:
The Controlling Idea
Even if all of the above conditions for a syllabu sentence are met, an effective syllabu sentence needs one additional element, the "controlling idea." The controlling idea is the point of the paragraph. It guides the ideas that provide support for the paragraph and limits the scope of the paragraph. Here is an example of a syllabu sentence with a controlling idea that guides the support for the paragraph:
The syllabu of this syllabu sentence is running. The controlling idea is healthful benefits. That is, the reader knows from this sentence that the paragraph is generally about running. And the reader also knows that the point of the paragraph will be to enumerate the healthful benefits of running. Limiting the scope of the paragraph through the controlling idea may happen in one of two ways.
1. The controlling idea may reveal the writer's opinion, point of view, or attitude toward the subject of the paragraph, which automatically will set parameters for discussion of the topic. OR…
2. The controlling idea itself may provide specific limitation. In either case, this limited scope, then, serves to unify the paragraph, since any discussion must be within the parameters of the controlling idea.
Here is an example of a syllabu sentence with a controlling idea that states the writer's opinion-the first way to limit the scope of the paragraph:
The syllabu of this sentence is an SLR camera. The controlling idea is mastered with considerable practice. From this single sentence the reader knows that the syllabu of the paragraph is the SLR camera and that the paragraph will discuss mastering the basics of using this camera. Additionally, the reader knows that such mastery comes with practice, the writer's opinion or perspective.
Here is an example of a syllabu sentence with a controlling idea that specifically sets limitations for the scope of the paragraph.
The syllabu of this sentence is a laboratory report. In this sentence, the controlling idea specifically states the limitation-four sections. Thus, the reader can predict that the writer will list and describe the four sections in order.
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