The World Cup started and generated a few days of almost a holiday for many people, but the discussions about technology did not stop at TB community🇧🇷 Elon Musk and Twitter continue with a frequent topic, but we also had curious conversations, like using a paperclip as a TV antenna. Check out the most talked about topics on Community between the 19th and 25th of November.
This week, the most commented subject in the TB community involves that “everyday gimmick”. O Jefferson_Rodrigues discovered by a Telegram group that a paperclip could be used as TV antenna🇧🇷
After carrying out the successful test, he decided to ask in our forum what was the principle for the experiment to work.
Guys, I found out, in a Telegram group, that a paper clip is capable of working as a TV antenna.
I thought that was a lie, but it really worked.
I didn’t use an antenna on my TV. I put the blessed clip and now I have a free antenna.
Does anyone know how to explain this “magic”?
O Victor Gomes explained in summary:
Nahame also brought his explanation:
Wassup did you know this was possible? Enjoy and join the discussion in the topic: How can a simple paperclip function as a TV antenna?
Other topics that reverberated in the Community
Gaming Hub for Samsung TVs, Post Office inquiries and more. Access the topics below to better understand how the last week was in the TB Community.
- Notebook – memory/configuration for the next ten years
- Samsung releases Gaming Hub for 2021 line televisions
- I wanted to know if I can pick up the product at the agency before the postman leaves
- Is WiFi antenna fake?
In addition to the discussions proposed by members, our team of authors produces articles that also generate debates.
See, below, the most successful discussions.
The 5 best discussions on APK Games guidelines
- Musk asks any ex-Twitter employee who knows how to code for help
- Employees leave en masse and Twitter hangs by a thread
- Russians indicted for running pirate book site Z-Library
- Google and Amazon helped reveal the people behind the Z-Library
- Always from Samsung: Itaú sells Galaxy S22 and Flip 4 from R$ 110 per month
Twitter went through a wave of layoffs after Elon Musk took control of the company. However, it seems that not everything went as expected by the billionaire who shot emails to former Twitter employees requesting help from anyone who knew how to code🇧🇷
Although the CEO of Twitter needed help, he did not fail to make several demands such as: each employee must send a summary of their work in the last six months, in addition to emphasizing that former employees should meet him at Twitter’s headquarters in São Paulo. Francis.
The soap opera involving Twitter seems far from over, but the social network continues to function to provide our daily dose of memes, confusion and information. It is also worth checking out the Tecnocast 267🇧🇷 The program talks about the acquisition of Twitter and what makes the network of the blue bird such a unique environment.
Amazon and Google helped reveal the people behind the Z-Libraryafter the closure of the site that had about 12 million pirated digital books and received thousands of visits daily.
The curious point in this story was that Anton Napolsky and Valeriia Ermakova were identified with some ease by the FBI, for using telephone numbers and personal e-mails to manage accounts linked to the site, which facilitated the identification and arrest of both in Argentina.
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