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Futureseek (aka @TristanHambling)- Best Of Last Week 15-21Nov2010

November 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Highlight Picks of last week

* Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Sets Limits on Einstein’s ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ >>
* Antihydrogen atoms trapped one at a time for 0.17 seconds >>
* Found: first planet from another galaxy >>

* Radio waves ‘can help blood pressure’ >>
* ARMAR-III, the robot that learns via touch >>
* Laser-based camera can see around corners >>

* Brain region responsible for speech illusion identified >>
* Schmidt On Google TV Network Backlash: We’re Taking Dumb TV And Making It Smart >>
* Last Lights On – Mandelbrot fractal zoom to 6.066 e228 (2^760) on Vimeo >>

* Dairy Farms Go Robotic, Cows Have Never Been Happier (video) >>
* Thinner, more global iPad in the works? >>

* Big telcos aim to replace credit cards with smartphones >>
* The Future Will Be Personalized >>
* When Mobile Phone Payments Go Social >>

* Study suggests reliance on GPS may reduce hippocampus function as we age >>
* A Minority Report Interface for the Rest of Us >>
* London 80 Gigapixels: London World Record Panoramic Photo: >>

(Biggest overall story really belongs to hacking Kinect!)
* Microsoft Says Kinect Left Open By Design >>
* Kinect + Hack’s is a much bigger tech breakthrough then the iPad. For controlling PC’s (Minority Report), telepresence robots, cars? Etc.
* Hacking Microsoft’s Kinect: Two Weeks In, Six Amazing Projects >>
* Hacked Kinect Runs On iRobot Create >>
* kinect augmented reality multi touching on Vimeo >>
* Kinect costs only $56 to make, $149.99 to own >>

LastWeeks – Paper in review
* Futureseek Daily Paper
* Futureseek Daily Paper 20-11-2010
* Futureseek Daily Paper 19-11-2010
* Futureseek Daily Paper 18-11-2010
* Futureseek Daily Paper 17-11-2010
* Futureseek Daily Paper 16-11-2010

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* http://futureseek.freehostia.com/BestOfWeek/22112010.html

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 20 November 2010

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* Study suggests reliance on GPS may reduce hippocampus function as we age >>
* kinect augmented reality multi touching on Vimeo >>

* Splashtop Remote Desktop brings Windows PC access to your iPhone, iPad and iPod >>
* Tom Chatfield: 7 ways games reward the brain | Video on TED.com >>
* The smallest water bottle ever made [Nanotechnology] >>

* Audi’s Robotic Car Climbs Pikes Peak >>
* ARMAR-III, the robot that learns via touch (w/ Video) >>
* We’re entering the talent economy >>

* Gene links to anorexia found >>
* Gigantic gravity ‘Lenses’ magnify galaxies far, far away >>

* Video – Exposing a Galaxy within the Brain >>
* Make: Projects – Laser projection microscope >>
* Why Do Women Live Longer Than Men? >>

* Fare thee well, Allan Sandage >>
* Targeting tumours with graphene oxide >>
* Sudoku Solving E. Coli >>

* TSA Backscatter X-ray Backlash >>
* Interference of Independent Photon Beams: The Pfleegor-Mandel Experiment >>
* Light Speed Animation >>

* Lockheed Martin submits bid for Space Fence >>
* What changes will nanoelectronics bring to our lives? >>
* All viruses ‘can be DNA stowaways’ >>

* Chromosome key to later fertility >>
* Reprogrammed amniotic fluid cells can generate all types of body cells >>
* Giant gamma ray bubbles in our galaxy >>
* US reserves of rare earth elements assessed for first time >>

* What We Want From Windows 8 [Windows] >>
* Hacking Microsoft’s Kinect: Two Weeks In, Six Amazing Projects >>
* Messenger Bacteria Could ‘Tweet’ Directions to Nanobots >>

* Microsoft’s ImageFlow Turns Picture Search Into a 3-D Game >>
* Sure, but what’s the hard part? >>
* 5 Ways To Use Brain Science To Create Persuasive Presentations >>

* Facebook’s ‘See Friendship’ Feature Raises Privacy Worries >>
* Code clues point to Stuxnet maker >>
* Thinner, more global iPad in the works? >>

* Medical Marijuana Stops Spread of Breast Cancer >>
* Perceptual changes – a key to our consciousness >>

* Is this proof that spooky auras are real? >>
* One day, cells from skin might repair your spine >>
* Red wine packed with antidiabetes compounds >>
* New microscope reveals ultrastructure of cells >>

* 25 different Chinese models of the unmanned aircraft at air show >>
* Extreme survival: The toughest beast in the world >>
* Stress Makes Women Emotionally Needy and Men Distant >>

* News for 2010-11-19 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 19 November 2010 >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 19 November 2010

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* Surprise Link Between Weird Quantum Phenomena: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Sets Limits on Einstein’s ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ >>
* Found: first planet from another galaxy >>
* Storytelling 2.0: Open your books to augmented reality >>

* WISE Captures a Glowing Cylinder in Space >>
* Hacked Kinect Runs On iRobot Create >>
* What Really Killed the Dinosaurs? >>

* Antihydrogen atoms trapped one at a time for 0.17 seconds >>
* Radio-wave treatment cuts high blood pressure >>
* Life is found in deepest layer of Earth’s crust >>

* US May Disable All Car Phones, Says Trans. Secretary >>

* Soon, a pill may extend your life by 10 years >>
* Discovery how estrogen works and flip its switch to reap benefits without risks >>
* Medical Marijuana Minus the Buzz? >>

* Dark excitons could light up your quantum computer, life >>
* A Random Assortment Of Kinect Injury Fail Videos >>
* A curious guide to browsers and the web >>

* Parrot AR.Drone gets AR.Pursuit game November 26 >>
* Who will build the next enterprise architects? >>
* Facebook Wants to Be Your…. Homepage? >>

* Stephen Wolfram : Programming with Natural Language Is Actually Going to Work >>
* In the Glorious Future, Could Space Travel Be Poop-Powered? >>
* I am virus – animal genomes contain more fossil viruses than ever expected >>

* Self-sanitizing Surfaces >>
* Secret U.S. Space Plane May Be Too Mysterious >>
* Study suggests precognition may be possible >>

* DNA can act like Velcro for nanoparticles >>
* Researchers insert identification codes into mouse embryos >>
* Well-known molecule may be behind alcohol’s benefits to heart health >>

* What factors contribute to the success or failure of software firms? >>
* Scientists report molecular structure of dopamine receptor >>
* Social networking extends mobile battery life >>

* Mechanism behind organ transplant rejection identified >>
* Does sex matter? It may when evaluating mental status >>
* Laser System Creates Near Perfect Lens Pocket for Cataract Surgery >>

* New evidence that weird quantum supersolid exists >>
* Planet Found Around Wrong Kind Of Star >>
* Can the web make the world go faster? >>

* Learn maths to boost the economy, scientist advises >>
* Brain cancer ‘trojan attack’ hope >>
* Scientists map volcano ‘plumbing’ >>

* Light switches on the brain >>
* Light at night causes changes in brain linked to depression >>
* Amazon goes Hollywood with new online movie studio >>
* new @Rushkoff book, Program or Be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age >>

* Don’t leave it to the experts: Why scientists have a few people to thank! >>
* Magnetic trapping will help unlock the secrets of anti-matter >>
* Addressable field emitter array for scaling volume of chips from electron beams >>

* Look Inside $2000 Augmented Reality Glasses (video) >>
* Human brain has more switches than all computers on Earth >>

* News for 2010-11-18 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 18 November 2010 >>

* Where’s your Favourite Place in the Kiwi Sun? Futureseek Daily Paper

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 18 November 2010

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* Antimatter Atoms Successfully Stored for the First Time (w/ Video) >>
* London 80 Gigapixels: London World Record Panoramic Photo: >>
* Hacked iRobot Uses XBox Kinect to See The World, Obey Your Commands (video) >>

* Radio waves ‘can help blood pressure’ >>
* Pop a pill for a long and healthy life >>

* Sydney Town Hall Organ Augmented Reality Projection >>
* Scientists discover new method for studying molecules >>
* Optical transistor in silicon is a first >>

* Twitter Has A (Secret) Reputation Score For Every User >>
* Open Innovation Case: The Consequences of Hacking Microsoft Kinect >>
* HPV shot can prevent anal cancer, panel says >>

* Flexible Nanogenerators to Power Implantable Microdevices >>
* Kidney Cell Layer Grown in Laboratory Environment >>

* Jumping genes mobilise in the brains of people with Rett syndrome >>
* Cyborg Professor to Implant Camera on Back of Head >>
* Building blocks containing gels turn cells into different types of tissue >>
* Debt Collectors Using Facebook To Embarrass Those Who Owe >>

* Medical Minder Allows Treatment at Home Over 3G >>
* AT&T Wireless Data Still Growing At 1000% >>
* Turning the cancer genes off >>
* Zapping nerves helps control high blood pressure >>

* Power consumption cut by 50% with Panasonic’s 32-bit microcomputer >>
* Faster water flow means greater diversity of invertebrate marine life >>
* What will threaten us in 2040? >>

* Scientists identify antivirus system >>
* Speech monitoring could track Parkinson’s >>
* Computer users simulate extreme weather at home >>
* Study: Placebo improves sex life for women >>

* Laser-based camera can see around corners >>
* Brain region responsible for speech illusion identified >>
* The New “Largest Photo in the World” is Also the Prettiest [Photography] >>
* First UN Satellite Hopes to Turn Astronaut Poop Into Power Supply >>

* Stronger-Than-Diamonds Graphene Can Be Made From Sugar [Graphene] >>
* Mercedes-Benz Biome is a car that is ‘grown’ from ‘seeds’ >>
* Chinese Telecom Company Hijacked 15 Percent of Internet >>
* Proposed Hopping Mars Rover Will Harvest Its Own Fuel >>

* Trying to kill this snakebot just makes more snakebots >>
* How do we Pluck the Strings to Play the Notes of the Universe? >>
* Physicists demonstrate a four-fold quantum memory >>

* Sex survey shows growing diversity, but cliches about men and women still apply >>
* What if we used poetry to teach computers to speak better? >>
* Wonder if its possible eventually to do real-time 360 gigapixels?
* The Bottom-Line Diet: Eat Less >>
* A Geometric Theory of Everything: Scientific American >>

* Pop a pill for a long and healthy life >>
* Nuclear jump idea for Mars hopper >>
* Nvidia describes Echelon 10 teraflops processor design >>

* Mixed messages scramble sounds in the brain >>
* Organs Made from Scratch >>
* A Minority Report Interface for the Rest of Us >>

* Overweight people sniff out food better, even after lunch >>
* Using the body’s own defenses to combat cancer >>
* ARMAR-III, the robot that learns via touch >>

* Whip-tailed bacteria could ‘tweet’ to nanobots >>
* Gene linked to ADHD allows memory task to be interrupted by brain regions tied to daydreaming >>
* FDA panel recommends first lupus drug in 50 years >>
* Touchpad made from pencil and paper. >>

* News for 2010-11-17 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 17 November 2010 >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 17 November 2010

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* Another Kinect hack that’s vastly more interesting >>
* How the Network Will Make Our Cities Smart and Transform the World >>
* RIM CEO To Steve Jobs: ” You Don’t Need An App For The Web” >>

* How To: Keep a Severed Head Alive [Video] >>
* Umbilical cord cells may treat arthritis >>
* SensoMotoric Instruments Launches RED500 Binocular Eye Tracker >>

* Seth Shostak: Living Forever Is Not a Good Idea >>
* Big telcos aim to replace credit cards with smartphones >>
* The Future Will Be Personalized >>
* When Mobile Phone Payments Go Social >>

* Instant Notifications >>
* TED Talks: The bio-future of joint replacement >>
* Artificial Intelligence Promises A Creepy World >>

* Garlic ‘remedy for hypertension’ >>
* Learning Proprioceptive Properties >>
* Turning off cancer genes >>
* Mary Meeker: Smartphones Will Surpass PC Shipments In Two Years >>

* Fermi Bubbles: Remnants of an Ancient Jet? >>
* Video: Ted Talk – Teaching kids real math with computers >>
* The E-Tomb: Let Your Grave Join the Social Network >>

* Coaching with compassion can ‘light up’ human thoughts (w/ Video) >>
* Researchers announce saturation of first commercial 100 gigabit link >>
* Artificial black holes made with metamaterials >>
* The Simplest Argument For Dark Matter [Starts With A Bang] >>

* How Attention Might Work >>
* Emergency Broadcast System Coming to Cell Phones (LiveScience.com) >>
* Detecting cancer with the prick of a finger (w/ Video) >>
* Communication engages complex brain circuitry and processes >>

* Treating Cancer With Light >>
* New bacteria developed that can fill cracks in concrete >>
* Google Voice finally comes to the iPhone >>
* Unreasonable >>

* Mary Meeker’s Awesome Web 2.0 Presentation About The State Of The Web >>
* Gates And Ballmer: We’re Not Breaking Up Microsoft >>
* Get Your Kinect This Week If You Want It By Christmas >>
* Autistic show brain activity patterns >>

* World’s first stem cell trial for stroke patients >>
* Controlling cursors with thoughts: Faster, simpler, and more accurately; … >>
* Dairy Farms Go Robotic, Cows Have Never Been Happier (video) >>
* New supercomputer rating system proposed >>

* Cloaking time to create invisible events >>
* How weird are you? Oddball minds of the western world >>
* Size of hippocampus may indicate early dementia >>
* Chaogates hold promise for the semiconductor industry >>

* Why space is the impossible frontier >>
* Treating heart attack with fat-derived stem cells may be safe in humans >>
* Problem-solving bacteria crack sudoku >>
* Light technology to combat hospital infections >>

* Molecular Animation – Where Cinema and Biology Meet >>
* 31 Technology Startups That Could Change The World >>
* Cancer treatment shows promise >>
* X-File Dept: ‘Quantum Weirdness’ Could Allow ET Technology to Go Unobserved >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-16 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 16 November 2010 >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 16 November 2010

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* Scientists Decode Birdsong >>
* Blood test can spot heart failure risk years in advance >>
* Rise Of The Personal Robot – Forbes.com >>

* Kinect art program >>
* Microsoft exec, says Kinect might tailor ads to you >>
* Kinect costs only $56 to make, $149.99 to own >>
* Microsoft says sells 1 million Kinect devices >>

* Path Explained In 88 Seconds (VIDEO) >>
* Apple the No. 1 Danger To Net Freedom >>

* What Happens When You Breath In Nanoparticles >>
* Youngest nearby black hole found (w/ Video) >>
* Schmidt On Google TV Network Backlash: We’re Taking Dumb TV And Making It Smart >>

* This smart phone app lets you ‘scan & taste’ beer >>
* Space-time cloak to conceal events revealed in new study >>
* Birth of ‘mini star’ on Earth could solve energy crisis >>

* FOCAL Mission into the Oort Cloud >>
* Aerial Drone To Hunt For Life On Mars >>
* Energy: With “Peak-Oil” Passed, It Is Time For A Post-Carbon Age >>

* Apple Gets Rights to Beatles Music >>
* How to cloak a crime in a beam of light >>
* The future of human self-awareness: deeper mirrors >>

* Will 3D Printing Spark a Home Manufacturing Revolution? | Big Think >>
* The Future of Digital on Vimeo >>
* Sweets or cocaine? Male rats prefer sweets, female rats favor cocaine >>

* IEEE Spectrum: A Robot’s Body of Knowledge >>
* Internet fuels bad self-diagnoses and ‘cyberchondria’ >>
* NetworkWorld: FBI site hits 2 million online criminal complaints >> >>

* Robo-op marks new world first for heart procedure >>
* Internal body clock controls fat metabolism >>
* How do neural stem cells decide what to be — and when? >>

* Microsensors offer first look at whether cell mass affects growth rate >>
* Reducing salt in teen diet could have big impact on future health >>
* Watch the Glassesless 3D Android Smartphone In Action [Video] >>
* Adv in Comp Power and Machine Intel Result in Steady Progress in Robotics >>

* Is Coffee Losing Steam Among the Next Generation? >>
* Facebook launches message service >>
* Teaching kids real math with computers: Conrad Wolfram on TED.com >>
* New Bacteria-Killing Light Can Destroy Superbugs With the Flip of a Switch >>

* Pulito, the Lego Mindstorms swiffer-bot that seeks out electricity (video) >>
* President Obama takes a minute to chat with our future robot overlords (video) >>
* NASA develops puncture-proof space tyre >>

* Robonova Plays Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on the Piano (video) >>
* All optical transistor >>
* alphabet of spin in nanostructures progresses racetrack memory and spin comps >>
* When Your Bedroom Becomes Your PC Is Time to Find Professional Help >>

* Arrogance is a bug in signal processing >>
* Apple Teases Secret Surprise: Tomorrow Is A Day That You’ll Never Forget >>
* Brain test >>
* Electric car wave offers opening to startups >>
* Transparent bubble tent puts campers under the stars >>

* GPS addict? It may be eroding your brain >>
* New low-cost, rapid method for reading genomes uses ‘recognition tunneling’ >>
* Summon a ‘demon’ to turn information into energy >>
* New blood test may help predict heart failure in apparently healthy older adults >>

* Why your brain is the smartest on Earth >>
* Will Life-Logging Be Led by Xtreme Sports and Thrill Seekers? (video) >>
* Part moth, part machine: Cyborgs are on the move >>
* Debunking and closing quantum entanglement ‘loopholes’ >>

* Can brain scans tell us who makes a good chief executive? >>
* Experts find lost genes in wild soybean (Reuters) >>
* Save the world from climate change — by computer >>
* Finding the Universe’s 500 Million Light Year Yardstick >>

* News for 2010-11-15 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 15 November 2010 >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 15 November 2010

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* Fat gene may lead to a thin pill >>
* Scrawl™ | experimental Augmented Reality drawing app running on iPhone >>
* Ping Pong Robot Analyzes Own Game >>

* Hack turns Kinect into 3D video capture tool >>
* 3D robotics is here: Kinect + ROS = awesome SLAM solution! – DIY Drones >>
* Robot actress takes to the stage >>
* Rsearchers Demo Robotic Butt >>

* The Phone Call Is Dead >>
* Microthreads Help Grow New Muscles >>
* Collapse Was Slow >>

* Venter to NASA: Re-engineer your astronauts >>
* Tiny molecules protect from the dangers of sex >>
* Creating 3D Holographic Videos with Microsoft Kinect >>

* A proposal for a domed city in a kilometer-wide Siberian diamond mine >>
* 12 incredible images of exploding water balloons >>
* Facebook Credits starting to make some real money >>
* A Drug That Could Give You Perfect Visual Memory >>

* Tiny molecules protect fungi from the dangers of sex >>
* Cognitive enhancement through longer Schwann cells >>
* Cocoa genome ‘to save chocolate’ >>

* team develops nanoscale light sensor with ‘Etch-a-Sketch’ nanoelectronic platform >>
* Is the unconscious philosophical zombie possible? >>
* Future-Proof Entrepreneur: 25 New Tech Trends You Need To Know About >>
* Intellectual property in the age of 3D printing: >>

* Ears Might Be Better Than Fingerprints For ID >>
* Unsung development miracles? >>
* Podcast: Fission >>

* Demonic device converts information to energy >>
* Poor sleep quality increases inflammation, study finds >>
* Quasars fingered for cosmic climate change >>
* Carnival of Space 177 >>

* Specialized blood vessels jumpstart and sustain liver regeneration >>
* Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China targets 2016 for new 156 seat passenger plane >>
* NYT: The financial time bomb of longer lives >>

* A Robot Actress Stars In A Play [Video] >>
* Pain gene found in flies, mice and people may have links to creativity and synesthesia >>
* Research Shows Pleasurable Behaviors Reduce Stress Via Brain Pathways >>
* Microobject Propulsion System for Guided Nanotherapy >>

* Inside the world’s first robotic dairy >>
* Armageddon Science”: Our coming apocalypse, explained >>
* Is Radical Life Extension Too Radical? >>
* Saturday Morning Self-Surgery >>

* Vernacular video and the ‘visual sharing revolution’ >>
* Augmented Reality: Bruno Uzzan explains his past and future >>
* XKCD ROV FYI >>

* The Future of Indian Technology >>
* A new journalism: audio on iPhone >>
* 1,000mph car will need “bullet-proof wheels” >>

* Brain cooling ‘could save lives’ >>
* Douglas Adams: Parrots, the universe and everything | TED >>
* Cellphones and Cancer – A Far-From-Settled Issue >>

* Red light forces cancer cells to suck up drugs >>
* Ice Lithography for Nanodevices >>
* Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell on the future of software >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-14 >>
* Tristans Best of Week Review – >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 13 November 2010

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* Orbiting 3D printers are the future of space exploration >>
* Stem Cells Injected into Woman’s Brain >>
* Sleep makes your memories stronger >>
* How complexity leads to simplicity: Eric Berlow on TED.com >>

* YouTube – Semantic Web, combining the Web with artificial intelligence >>
* What kind of letters of recommendation are written for women? >>
* Paper Airplane Touches Edge of Space, Glides Back >>

* Earth globe transformed in to hovering Star Wars Jedi training remote >>
* Chubby Galaxy Cluster Suggests Dark Energy Was Stronger Long Ago (SPACE.com) >>
* Earth’s dust tail could lead the way to new exoplanets [Mad Astronomy] >>

* The Ingenious Machine That Can Print Cobblestone Roads [Video] >>
* The wet dog shake: Physics revealed! >>
* The “Human Cloud” and the Future of Work >>
* The 50 Best Inventions of 2010 – TIME >>

* The scale of the Universe – >>
* Videos of rapid multistory building construction in China >>
* The Coming War Over the Future of Java >>

* Microsoft Kinect Hack Gets Serious With Multitouch Interface (Video) >>
* New equation calculates cost of walking for first time >>
* Rats to robots – brain’s grid cells tell us how we navigate >>

* Answers To 15 More Google Interview Questions That Will Make You Feel Stupid >>
* Hire an architect >>

* 5 Amazing Lessons From Sir Isaac Newton >>
* Internally, Google Knows It Has An Innovation Problem (GOOG) >>
* Check Out The Technology Inside The Google Self-Driving Car (GOOG) >>

* Kinect hacked days after release >>
* Computers of future ‘will be size of a sugar cube’ >>
* Life after Facebook >>

* People ‘daydream half the time’ >>
* Facebook Is Launching Email On Monday >>
* Top 5 trends and technologies in software development >>
* A New Paper on Cooperation >>

* Blood bubbles promise new treatments for brain disease >>
* Fungal threads are the internet of the plant world >>
* New Colon Cancer Screening Tests the DNA in Your Poop (video) >>
* Bad memory for faces? Blame your reading skills >>

* Why Walking Weakens Wee Ones >>
* Ladies and gentlemen, our cars are floating in space >>
* How much sustained GDP growth can a developed country have ? >>
* Blood camera to spot invisible stains at crime scenes >>

* POLYNOID >>
* Preparing for the supercomputer war >>
* David Kaiser – How the Hippies Saved Physics >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-12 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 12 November 2010 >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 12 November 2010

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* HP pursues ‘sensing-as-a-service’ >>
* Eye-Tracker App Controls Games, Wheelchairs >>
* Novartis’ Pill Microchip Enables Remote Monitoring of Drug Dosage and Efficacy >>

* Literacy may have stolen brain power from other functions >>
* Hacked Kinect taught to work as multitouch interface >>
* LHC sees its first ZZ event >>

* Achieving next level economic growth rate will take more than manufacturing revolution >>
* New Biometric Software Tracks Unique Eye Movements For Identification >>

* Write strategies for multiterabit per square inch scanned-probe phase-change memories >>
* AirRaid – Social Augmented Reality Game >>
* Europa’s Tidal Processes Give Hints to Our Moon’s Far-side Bulge >>
* 3D Printing May Face Legal Challenges >>
* Feeling Upset? Look At Some Meat >>

* The $300 House: The Co-creation Challenge >>
* Microsoft Patents Foot Computing >>
* Robots closer to performing bed baths (w/ Video) >>
* Circuitry of fear identified >>

* IBM invests in quantum computing based on Josephson junctions >>
* How Reading Rewires the Brain >>
* All-optical transistor >>

* Will oil run out 90 years too soon? >>
* Video: Geminoid F Makes Her Theatrical Debut On The Japanese Stage >>
* Air Force Eyeing Microwave ‘E-Ray’ for Stealth Drones? >>
* Apple Teams With Twitter, Gives Huge Boost to iTunes, Ping >>

* Science explains how cats get the cream >>
* Happiness found by living in the now >>
* Daydreaming Diminishes Happiness >>

* Internet faces ‘turbulent times’ >>
* Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military red-faced >>
* Craig Venter to NASA: Think About Engineering Your Astronauts >>
* Now happiness is declared a disease >>

* Novel type of magnetic wave discovered; could improve grid >>
* Evidence that we can see the future to be published >>
* Countdown to ‘thermogeddon’ has begun >>

* Rice University imaging agents inside silicon particles could improve MRI by 50 times >>
* SpectroPen Lets Surgeons Find Tumors, Leave No Cancer Behind >>
* Skipping breakfast might kill you >>
* Deaf adults see better than hearing people >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-11 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 11 November 2010 >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 11 November 2010

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* Conception chances magnified by giant sperm >>
* YouTube: Over 35 hours of video uploaded every minute to YouTube >> >>

* Stem cell jab ‘may boost muscle’ >>
* NASA’s new space telescope costs shoot the moon >>

* Chip-in-a-pill may be approved in 2012 >>
* Video: Nurse Robot Gives Human A Sponge Bath, With Just the Right Amount of Force >>

* Can you really be scared to death? >>
* Be Passionate Is Actually Terrible Advice >>
* Open source Kinect camera driver now available for download >>

* US Army Develops Tooth Cleaning Gum >>
* The Physics of Global Warming >>
* Gold Nanoparticles Turn Trees Into Streetlights >>

* Scientific proof that the scariest thing imaginable is a tarantula >>
* Useful iPhone apps that someone should build >>
* Gartner Identifies 7 major future IT issues, vaguely predicts human augmentation >>
* Want to stream live on your Facebook page? @Livestream >>

* Can science shape human values? >>
* Things we never knew: maggots are covered with eyes! >>
* When Are Facebook Updates a Firing Offense? >>

* 3D fabbers: don’t let the DMCA stifle an innovative future >>
* The love game: Fish courtship more complex than thought >>
* Researchers find learning in the visual brain >>

* By reducing disease risk, ‘Desktop Medicine’ will transform the practice of medicine >>
* China Releases Images of Proposed Lunar Landing Site >>
* Our normal genetics may influence cancer growth, too >>

* The Weakened Ozone Layer Is Giving Whales Deep Sunburns >>
* Chris Anderson: How I Juggle Editing Wired, Managing Startup And Writing Books >>

* Human evolution was shaped by plate tectonics >>
* Divers could breathe deep with liquid-filled lungs >>

* Michio Kaku Predicts Invisibility Cloaks, Programmable Matter, Singularity >>
* Wired Talks to the Navy about the Superlaser program >>
* WISE: First Ultra-cool Brown Dwarf >>
* How Rice (That’s Right) Can Save the World >>

* Researchers identify molecular program for brain repair following stroke >>
* Is being a goody two-shoes in your genes? >>
* Swirl tubes make quiet, efficient jet planes >>
* Ice and a slice makes transistors more precise >>

* Step Lightly: A Space-Age Treadmill That Reproduces Microgravity on Earth >>
* Jeremy Fitton of Skylifter is interviewed by Sander Olson >>
* Scientists find learning in the visual brain >>
* Out-sniffing bomb-sniffing dogs >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-10 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 10 November 2010 >>

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