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* Spherical Robot Can Climb Over Obstacles http://ff.im/-9RuN3
* David Calkins Interview by Sander Olson http://ff.im/-9RoTy
* Master List of 500+ TED Videos With Summaries http://ff.im/-9RoEg
* The “//” in URLs was a Mistake, Says Sir Berners-Lee http://ff.im/-9PTen
* The Future of Money http://ff.im/-9PT2Q
* Artificial Black Hole Created in Chinese Lab http://ff.im/-9PK6S

* Body Computing Is a Glimmer of Hope in the Health-Care Chasm http://ff.im/-9PF6V
* 3D CMOS camera for your cell phone? http://ff.im/-9Mgu6
* Facial width-to-height ratio predicts aggression http://ff.im/-9Mf5q
* Mass Spectrometer Smells Out Tumor Cells During Surgery http://ff.im/-9MdtY
* Is This The World’s Smallest Astromech Droid? http://ff.im/-9Mdpn
* Hydrogen-Powered Navy UAV Shatters Flight Endurance Record http://ff.im/-9MdkP

* Stanford Magnetic Biosensor 1000 times more Sensitive to Cancer Biomarker Proteins http://ff.im/-9Mcz6
* Internet coalescing into lump of Google http://ff.im/-9MbZv
* BMW Simple Handles Itself Like a Real-Life Tron Lightcycle [Concept] http://ff.im/-9LJTa
* iRobot Makes First Version of T-1000 or Number Six—We Will All Die Anyway [Robots] http://ff.im/-9LJbB
* ‘Spider pill’ used for scans http://ff.im/-9J7GI
* ‘Naked’ scanner in airport trial – http://bit.ly/tDrVt http://ff.im/-9J7Ek

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