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Tristans Daily Link Review; 28 November 2010

* Intel research projects bring Legos to life, make groceries interactive >>
* Star Trek -like home computer >>
* Augmented Reality: Seeper and Kinect >>

* BendDesk: the curved multitouch workspace of the future (video) >>
* J. Craig Venter: Designing Life >>
* Kinect and Wiimote and Nanotech Construction Kit >>

* Michael Vassar: Top Ten Reasons to Expect the Next Ten Years to Be More Exciting than the Last >>
* Brain Imaging Studies Show Different Cultures Have Different Brains >>
* Robotics the new Prosthetics >>
* Metamaterial Improves Ultrasound Imaging >>

* Caltech research could lead to quantum hard drives, networks, parallel universes >>
* Swede broadcasts music from his stomach >>
* The Rise of Personal Networks Over Social Networks >>
* Modified radar gun identifies suicide bombers up to ten meters away >>

* Guest molecule builds 3D nanostructures >>
* Boeing’s Spectrolab subsidiary set to mass produce 39.2 percent efficient solar cells >>
* Graphene supercapacitor breaks storage record >>
* Microsoft developing touchscreens that shape-shift into keyboards >>

* The 100 Greatest Movie Spaceships Of All Time [Spaceship Mania] >>
* Traditional TV viewing keeps its popularity >>
* The TV that lets you buy what you see >>
* How High Is The Sky? : Krulwich Wonders… : NPR >>

* Hitachi paves the way to 24 Terabyte hard drives with 3.9Tbit per Square Inch Hard Disk Drive Technology >>
* Aubrey de Grey and David Brin Discuss When Will Life Expectancy Reach 200 Years? >>
* Engines of the future: The cyber crystal ball >>
* Bioencryption can store almost a million gigabytes of data inside bacteria [Biocryptography] >>

* Snake fangs evolved from groovy teeth >>
* Dogs have bigger brains than cats because they are more sociable >>
* Japan’s Fastest Robot Mouse Takes the Cheese (video) >>
* 3-D Printing Could Make Smartphone Chips Cheaper >>

* Motion Controlled Super Mario on PC >>
* Boris Fritz on “Nanotechnology: Today’s Tomorrow” >>
* Early Adopters Can Actually Prevent New Products From Being Adopted By The Majority >>
* Binary Breakthrough >>
* Twitter CEO: We Still Don’t Know What Twitter Is For >>

* Andromeda Galaxy Visible to Eagle-Eye Skywatchers >>
* Massive Magnets Reveal More Sex In the Brain >>
* Accurately weighing a pulsating giant >>
* timoreilly: Fascinating @nytimes article about intense exercise and aging. >>

* Swedish Court Upholds Conviction in Pirate Bay File-Sharing Case >>
* Tenuous Oxygen Atmosphere Found Around Saturn’s Moon Rhea >>
* Mark Zuckerberg & Armys Just Declared War On TV, Music, News, And Movie Industries >>
* The Real Story Behind NASA’s Resurrected Space Plane >>
* How Shark Scales Give the Predators Deadly Speed >>

* BBC News – Saturn’s moon Rhea has thin atmosphere >>
* What’s Twitter’s Big Vision? Twitter CEO Says He’s Figuring It Out >>
* Genetic profile guides search for the right blood pressure drug >>
* In Brief: Guiding cancer cells to their fate >>
* Sex and the single chromosome >>

* When you criticize my choices… >>
* Ten Life Lessons From Richard Branson >>
* See the world through a bionic eye >>
* Milk and meat from cloned animals declared safe >>

* Phones Replace Keys in Swedish Hotel (video) >>
* Google Wave to become Apache project >>
* Life thriving after trawling in an ocean desert >>
* Microsoft develops shape-shifting touchscreen >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-27 >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper

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