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Tristans Link archive – 6-8 Jan 2010

* Intel: demand for electricity will grow 19% in next decade but capacity will grow only by 6% http://ff.im/-dYwEt
* Kodak’s 25-Foot Touchscreen Video Table  http://ff.im/-dYpol
* Most beautiful math structure appears in lab for first time  http://ff.im/-dYm7N
* Flexible lithium polymer battery created in Japan http://ff.im/-dY4y6
* Plastic Logic Device Showcases Organic Transistors http://ff.im/-dY3Az
* Pew Research asks questions about the Internet in 2020  http://ff.im/-dY28k
* Al Fin: Sky Living: Entire World’s Population in area size of Montana: http://ff.im/-dXWgA
* 20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Digestion http://ff.im/-dXVGw

* Augmented Times: First Augmented Building Spotted in Japan http://ff.im/-dXUVE
* 8 Percent of Human Genome Was Inserted By Virus, and May Cause Schizophrenia http://ff.im/-dXPO6
* Samsung OLED ID card http://ff.im/-dXPvX
* Intel’s Double-HD MultiTouch Wall Is Incredible http://ff.im/-dXMU0
* Inside Project Natal’s Brain http://ff.im/-dXMdU
* VIDEO: Holographic laser touchscreen of tomorrow http://ff.im/-dXKNR

* Get ready for China’s domination of science http://ff.im/-dXKdi
* Lumino Adds Third Dimension to Microsoft Surface (Video)  http://ff.im/-dXJfL
* You won’t find consciousness in the brain  http://ff.im/-dXDDu
* The Invisible OLED Laptop to End All Laptops http://ff.im/-dVmYu
* MIT neuroengineers silence brain cells with multiple colors of light http://ff.im/-dUqnt
* 3M create 22? ten-finger touchscreen display http://ff.im/-dUpQ0
* Nature provides the blueprint for tiny robots capable of working inside the human body http://ff.im/-dUpmb
* New microscope can see individual molecules http://ff.im/-dUpbR

* Panasonic World’s First 3D Camcorder Will Cost $21,000 http://ff.im/-dUojG
* More Videos Parrot: iPhone-controlled helicopter http://ff.im/-dUnqk
* Six Technologies That Could Leapfrog Apple’s iPhone http://ff.im/-dUgoQ
* Toshiba’s Cell TVs Will Convert 2D To 3D In Real Time http://ff.im/-dU6uZ
* LG shows outlandishly thin HDTV, more coolness http://ff.im/-dU5Ie
* Book: The Narcissism Epidemic: Living in the Age of Entitlement http://ff.im/-dS6q6

* Parrot AR.Drone: iPhone-controlled helicopter leaves us speechless http://ff.im/-dS5z7
* Nanotechnology Today: A window that washes itself? http://ff.im/-dS3fc
* Magnetic Ink Turns Any Paper Into Possible Nanomachine  http://ff.im/-dRQkI
* Mayo researchers find obesity key http://ff.im/-dRNZX
* Leptin-controlled gene can reverse diabetes http://ff.im/-dRNX4
* Special Report – World Future Society: 20 Forecasts for 2010-2025 http://ff.im/-dRN9G
* AI: Tim Tyler: on Sequence prediction http://ff.im/-dRLeR
* Do Consumers Really Want 3-D TVs? http://ff.im/-dRDL8

* New scanners break child porn laws http://ff.im/-dRz1S
* Roboplane tech can deal with air-traffic control directly http://ff.im/-dRrXO
* Al Fin: An Ever-Changing Brain http://ff.im/-dRrMC
* Many expect organ cloning could be routine by 2020 http://ff.im/-dReBv
* In all the universe, just 10 percent of solar systems are like ours http://ff.im/-dRe0c
* Pico Projector From Light Blue Optics Throws Up a 10-inch Touchscreen Laser Projection http://ff.im/-dQvp1
* NBF: Geron Stem Cells to Treat Brain Cancer, Stem Cell Facelift and Gene Therapy Updates http://ff.im/-dQtgt
* Nick Veasey: Exposing the invisible | Video on TED.com http://ff.im/-dQkbF
* Hubble telescope shows earliest photo of universe http://ff.im/-dQjCN

LIKES
* Eivind: The Galilean Revolution, 400 years later http://bit.ly/8llqpc
* xixidu: Kurzweil Demos Blio at CES (Video) http://bit.ly/8iEAgJ
* xixidu: A smart use of Moore’s Law http://bit.ly/5GWyUN
* xixidu: Get ready for China’s domination of science http://bit.ly/54gLIH
* xixidu: ‘We Are All Gadget Nerds Now’ http://bit.ly/5LxiKO
* Wildcat: 10 Technologies that Will Rock 2010 — Seeking Alpha http://bit.ly/5YmSSk

* xixidu: Remote-controlling a car? Piloting an aerial drone? There’s an iPhone app for that http://bit.ly/4KTYOI
* xixidu: Fossil tracks push back the invasion of land by 18 million years http://bit.ly/5jqRNE
* Anibal M. Astobiza: Bioengineering to tackle future global problems:  http://bit.ly/66KCaO
* Wildcat: The Augmented Social Network – building identity and trust into next-generation Inet http://bit.ly/7VM8Bd
* james reilly: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in “not caused by single virus” shock! http://bit.ly/4NXskz
* xixidu: Welcome to the Age of Robot Reporters http://bit.ly/5Y35mM

* Attila Csordas: Five Biotechnologies That Will Fade Away This Decade http://bit.ly/6viOn1
* xixidu: The Chinese Singularity http://bit.ly/5EaYgM
* xixidu: Within Any Possible Universe, No Intellect Can Ever Know It All http://bit.ly/6ZY5DV
* james reilly: Less Technology + More Sleep = More Productive 2010? http://bit.ly/7IJaYD
* Ashalynd: This is one comprehensive look at many NoSQL solutions: http://jan.io/B66N

* xixidu: Air Force Completes Killer Micro-Drone Project http://bit.ly/86gW1o

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