Archive

Archive for February, 2010

Tristans Daily Link Review; 27 Feb 2010

February 27, 2010 Leave a comment

* MIT Stumbles on a Way to Print Flexible Coatings Made of Micromachines http://ff.im/-gBawD
* Bionic Humans: Top 10 Technologies http://ff.im/-gB9ay
* Physicists build basic quantum computing circuit http://ff.im/-gB8eW
* It’s Alive! Faulders Studio’s Building Proposal Grows Its Own Facade http://ff.im/-gB7Xf
* Aubrey de Grey at SU   http://ff.im/-gAgl3
* The wireless future of medicine – Eric Topol http://bit.ly/bcsRHA

* Losing Google would hit Chinese science hard http://ff.im/-gAfMC
* Air Force X-37B spaceplane arrives in Florida for launch http://ff.im/-gAkeN
* HUMAVIPS project could lead to humanoids with social skills http://ff.im/-gAkd6
* i-SOBOT Puts Out Candles http://bit.ly/9UNWsB
* Stem Cell Transplant Defeats HIV? Still HIV Free after 2 Years  http://bit.ly/cBxfc0

* The Ultimate Collection of Scaling Visualisations http://bit.ly/9M0ksu
* A Silent Rotor Blade Paves the Way for Super-Stealth Choppers  http://bit.ly/aawZng
* So Exactly Why Is Bill Gates in Antarctica? http://bit.ly/ba3DlK
* Most Sensitive Neutrino Experiment, Seeks Answers on Matter’s Origin http://bit.ly/9mQMZ3
* NASA Tests Handy-Man Space Robots For Orbital Repairs http://bit.ly/br4znL

* Answer 80-Year-Old Question Makes Computer Modeling 100,000 Times Faster http://bit.ly/aLNLdw
* Jobs: I’ll decide what to do with Apple’s $40bn cash pile  http://bit.ly/94L7eI
* It’s Alive! Faulders Studio’s Building Proposal Grows Its Own Facade http://bit.ly/91whSU
* Micro-ear lets scientists eavesdrop on the micro-world http://bit.ly/bzB3Vr
* Physicists Build Basic Quantum Computing Circuit http://bit.ly/9R6s7V
* Bio-inspired computer networks self-organise and learn http://bit.ly/azYSLf

* Human Teeth Reveal History of Catastrophes http://bit.ly/9tmoCh
* Genes associated with early tooth development identified http://bit.ly/9nVRfA
* Rachel Maddow Explains Healthcare system http://bit.ly/bnkzCy
* Tumor Recurrance Red Flags via Blood Test http://bit.ly/9TS0gw
* Flower Power May Reduce Resistance to Breast Cancer Drug Tamoxifen http://bit.ly/9DGByQ
* Increasing Neurogenesis Might Prevent Drug Addiction and Relapse http://bit.ly/cT4zQs

* Stickleback genomes shining bright light on evolution  http://bit.ly/dimECP
* Pin-pointing water in space http://bit.ly/adF406
* Converting Body Movements Into Electricity  http://nyti.ms/dhsyIz
* Resting brain reveals connections http://bit.ly/9Gh6Ht

* Scientist eyes 39-day voyage to Mars http://bit.ly/9aeTmj
* Quantum measurement precision approaches Heisenberg limit http://bit.ly/9JsMxy
* New graphene nanomesh could change the future of electronics http://bit.ly/cib4fk

* Infographic: Google facts and figures http://bit.ly/bhEQ5L
* Infographic: Snake oil? Scientific eveidence on popular health supplements http://bit.ly/bEXO3W
* Infographic: Visualizing News Stories, as a Huge Social Network http://bit.ly/clQEUr

* 42,000 Year Old Baby Mammoth Gets CT, MRI Scanned http://bit.ly/bfJuAl
* Nano advances tackle 2 biggest problems associated with chemotherapy http://bit.ly/aY9Bn
* Turning Back the Brain Clock http://bit.ly/90tBORIs
* Hyper Evolution Possible? “Very”-Research Suggests  http://bit.ly/a44hHD
* First Two Chapters of The Wealth Singularity for Free http://bit.ly/dC6F7N
* Getting Hospitalized Should Be Like Flying First-Class http://bit.ly/aLQP0l

LIkes:
* Spacecraft-Collected Comet Dust Reveals Surprises From the Solar System http://bit.ly/aFwVpK
* EU requests Google delete Street View images after 6 months: http://bit.ly/d9ngBl
* Dopamine antidepressant boosts low sex-drive http://bit.ly/bRYWNS http://bit.ly/aZaZnS
* Gene coevolution of individualism–collectivism and the serotonin transporter gene: http://bit.ly/bJqkyt
* Resting brain reveals connections http://bit.ly/ay1VuV
* Nouns and verbs are learned in different parts of the brain: http://bit.ly/9CChye
———————————————————
<–Tristans Link archive; https://futureseek.wordpress.com/ –>

Advertisements
Categories: Uncategorized

Tristans Daily Link Review; 26 Feb 2010

February 26, 2010 Leave a comment

* NASA Telepresence Droids Could Reach the Moon in Just 1000 Days http://bit.ly/caj4Ea

* Implanted Neurons Let the Brain Rewire Itself Again http://bit.ly/brDlxw
* Argus III – The Artificial Retina is Near! http://bit.ly/awoSEL
* Bacteria Colonies May Be Linked By Nanowires http://bit.ly/cvuT2V
* Can a single layer of cells control a leaf’s size? http://bit.ly/ciwD8y
* Basic quantum computing circuit built http://bit.ly/br7CSe
* Disease gene blocker sneaks past cell defences http://bit.ly/9wWdT5
* Scientists reveal driving force behind evolution http://bit.ly/adxIVd

* Elements of the Universe Shown in New Image http://bit.ly/9GGpO4
* TED: Pawan Sinha on how brains learn to see http://bit.ly/b3ATCd
* BeBionic Artificial Hand and Wrist – Now With Kung-Fu Grip! (video) http://bit.ly/9HFZgS

* Biodiversity Explained by Ignoring the Forest for the Trees http://ff.im/-gzLi3
* Nouns and verbs are learned in different parts of the brain http://ff.im/-gzIpU
* The Next Global Superpower is… Korea? | h+ Magazine http://ff.im/-gzI4a
* Scientists Have Discovered A “Slut Gene” WTF? http://ff.im/-gzGXR
* Neutrons poised to play big role in future scientific advances http://ff.im/-gzGsA

* Woman Gives Birth A Second Time After Ovary Transplant http://ff.im/-gzGk8
* A Reactor That Burns Depleted Fuel Emerges as a Potential ‘Game Changer’ http://ff.im/-gzGgc
* Gene-based stem cell therapy specifically removes cell receptor that attracts HIV http://ff.im/-gzDdG
* How to live to 100 http://ff.im/-gzD6C
* Cell-inspired electronics: mimicking cells, MIT designs elec circuitshttp://ff.im/-gwOuw
* Single-Dose HIV DNA Vaccine Induces Long-Lasting Immune Resp in Monkeys http://bit.ly/aQ9Enh

* How Tides Work – http://bit.ly/bmM1ey
* How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America – The Atlantic http://ff.im/-gwKdL
* Is copyright getting in the way of us preserving our history? http://bit.ly/9Bp0Rh
* Bacteria Can Make Avatar-Like Electrical Connections in Mud http://bit.ly/94Ks36
* Nanotechnology researchers form near-frictionless diamond material http://bit.ly/cp0NVt
* Effective prostate cancer treatment discovery http://bit.ly/c0dAPh

* On riding the mistake wave: http://bit.ly/bjLEUf
* Futuristic Home Shower Fixtures: Spa Luxury, Sci-Fi Style http://bit.ly/av3KNx
* Wireless speed freaks set to leave Wi-Fi standing http://bit.ly/bjErJO
* Tools of Change: Cool Market Solutions and Mind-Blowing Paradigms http://bit.ly/a56p8t
* Large Hadron Collider in multi-magnet quench hiccup http://bit.ly/a2Ioqs

* Na-na Na-na Na-na Na-na Batplane! http://bit.ly/bbeyYS
* Secondlife: Bringing the Web Inworld with Viewer 2 http://bit.ly/cld9mM
* This Is What Kevin Costner Should Have Had In Waterworld http://bit.ly/c2AgQ9

Likes:
* Alexander Kruel: New Book Examines the Flawed Human Body: http://bit.ly/b42vNB
* Ashalynd: Making Sense of Mountains of Data, tool explores large sets of data http://bit.ly/a8AU3D
———————————————————-
<–Tristans Link archive; https://futureseek.wordpress.com/ –>

Categories: Uncategorized

Tristans Daily Link Review; 25 Feb 2010

February 25, 2010 Leave a comment

* 25 Oustanding Landscape Photos of Various Types on Imagekind http://ff.im/-gvH1K
* March of the Robo Chef – Mechanized Cooks Invade the Kitchen http://ff.im/-gw415
* Snackbot, the vending machine that comes to you http://bit.ly/csKkUa
* South Korean Robot English Teachers Are Go http://bit.ly/cG6g14

* Brain implant reveals the neural patterns of attention http://ff.im/-gw1Ty
* Surprised? How the brain records memories of the unexpected http://ff.im/-gw1B9
* First discovery of the female sex hormone progesterone in a http://ff.im/-gw1tz
* Book Review: Human Enhancement http://ff.im/-gw0Az
* Motorola shows off Kopin Golden-i wearable computer http://ff.im/-gw09q

* TED: Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds http://ff.im/-gvZIE
* Millis: Approaches to Interstellar Flight http://ff.im/-gvLdF
* Genetically Modified Flowers That Can Smell Like Anything Coming Soon  http://ff.im/-gvKLd
* Non-magical Tech to Counter Threat of 7 Teravolt Hydrogen, Near Light Speed Travel http://ff.im/-gtriJ
* TEDMED 2009 Eric Topol frontiers of wireless medicine! http://ff.im/-gtpUk
* The Hummer is Dead http://bit.ly/cYXmCj
* BMW’s New 14,000 RPM Engine (Video) http://bit.ly/awmpQ1

* First discovery of the female sex hormone progesterone in a plant http://bit.ly/9oW5pl
* Fusion’s False Dawn http://bit.ly/cHH2ur
* New material to harvest electricity from body movements http://bit.ly/bf18kU
* CeBIT 2010: Intelligent energy management for the home http://bit.ly/a3dhrb
* Optical system promises to revolutionize undersea communications http://bit.ly/9xEdA3
* Hungarian Firm Envisions Electric Car That Splits Into Two Smaller Cars (No Joke) http://bit.ly/8YVHpK
* Optogenetic Neural Implants Use Precise Beams of Light to Manipulate The Brain http://bit.ly/cOIy78
* New material to harvest electricity from body movements http://bit.ly/95djvK
* Energy-harvesting rubber sheets could power pacemakers, mobile phones http://bit.ly/bGscHU

* Scientists find why tamoxifen fails some breast cancers http://bit.ly/dqjpbz
* Photoacoustic Method Screens Lymph Nodes for Cancer http://ff.im/-gw30k
* Stem cells restore sight in mouse model of retinitis pigmentosa http://bit.ly/cq3Vrl
* New Cardiac CT Technology Drastically Reduces Patient Radiation Exposure – http://bit.ly/buygBF
* New cancer-fighting strategy focuses on signaling molecules http://bit.ly/bwZTo9
* Zen meditation fends off pain http://bit.ly/aQyVVN
* Biology May Not Be so Complex After all http://bit.ly/bZCLY8
* Mouse grows human liver http://bit.ly/doPpHH
* Feds: There’s no medical marijuana except our medical marijuana http://bit.ly/a7NDDY
* Breakthrough in tracking a cause of chronic infections http://bit.ly/blAZFD
* Drug Delivery Breakthrough: Vehicle Carries Drugs to Specific Organelle Inside the Cell  http://bit.ly/9aSVQp

* Scale of the Universe http://ff.im/-gw48M
* Astronomy Picture of the Day http://bit.ly/b9ziup
* Russia Funds its Nuclear Space Projects http://bit.ly/cDoEPb
* TEDxNASA – Dennis Hong  http://bit.ly/atsLgb
* 15 mind-blowing moon base designs http://bit.ly/dwVmhV
* Are We Using The Right Methods To Find ET? http://bit.ly/dCHpWt
* New High-Res Images of Luminous Star-Forming Region http://bit.ly/9Kmgvs
* MIT Team Offers ‘Snapshot’ of Life in Other Universes http://bit.ly/9361N7
* Invisible ETs? World-Leading Physicist Says “They Could Exist in Forms We Can’t Conceive” http://bit.ly/bzfPJo
* The Telescope-Toting 747 That Sees More than Hubble http://bit.ly/dq2apI
* Next for NASA: Inflatable Space Stations, In-Orbit Refueling, Space UAVs and More http://bit.ly/b6FkEK
* The Most Accurate, Highest Resolution Earth View to Date http://bit.ly/c15TUA
* Senators to NASA chief: Go somewhere specific http://bit.ly/do7959

* Directed Self Assembly Technology Darling of the Advanced Lithography Confhttp://bit.ly/cSxRez
* Is doubling class size evidence of exponential growth in the Singu. ; ) http://bit.ly/9dcU12
* Will the Internet make us stupider? http://bit.ly/9C24tV
* Photoacoustic Method Screens Lymph Nodes for Cancer http://bit.ly/9uM6sf
* The Facebook Tomorrow http://bit.ly/d2IYJP
* Fibrecity: 100Mbps Net connection with 1Gbps bursts http://bit.ly/9PX6zN
* What Will the Fashion Industry Look Like in 2025? http://bit.ly/ccPwbV
* Programming Massively Parallel Processors http://bit.ly/cY1l2w
* Can someone tell this Italian Judge what Google Video is? http://bit.ly/d794IY

likes:
* Alexander Kruel: 4Chan founder speaks to CNN: http://bit.ly/bLAklh
* Alexander Kruel: The Neurocritic: Neuromarketing the Neurology of Facebook: http://bit.ly/da5tQk
* Alexander Kruel: Millis: Approaches to Interstellar Flight: http://bit.ly/cszQZ3
* Anibal M. Astobiza: Argument Against Any General Theory of Consciousness  http://bit.ly/bMposu
* Anibal M. Astobiza: Experimental Philosophy Takes on the Experience Machine  http://bit.ly/cP2pZB
* Walter van den Broek: The Future of Wireless Medicine: http://bit.ly/aaGDl6
* Anibal M. Astobiza: Computers Turn Flat Photos Into 3-D Buildings http://bit.ly/aCRwSDv

———————————————————-
<–Tristans Link archive; https://futureseek.wordpress.com/ –>

Categories: Uncategorized

Tristans Daily Link Review; 24 Feb 2010

February 24, 2010 Leave a comment

* Six tricks that alien trackers could use – New Scientist http://ff.im/-gspXU
* Metamodern: How to study for a career in nanotechnology http://ff.im/-gsoLC
* Virulent Bird-Human Flu Hybrid Made in Lab | Wired http://ff.im/-gs5z5
* Second Life’s new player builds toward Web http://bit.ly/anfFWH
* http://www.secondlife.com/beta-viewer
* Should scientists be asking these questions? http://ff.im/-grIIW

* South Korea to put robot teachers in the classroom http://ff.im/-grl1A
* Work Smart: Claiming Your Name on the Web http://ff.im/-greOW
* Top 10 Time-Lapse Videos Show Nature at Work | Wired http://ff.im/-grbEU
* Accelerating Future » Richard Dawkins on the Singularity http://ff.im/-gpnBu
* Video : The Future Of Personalized Medicine http://ff.im/-gpdjh

* 10-of-the-worlds-strangest-social-networks  http://ff.im/-gsPFS
* TED2010: Philip K. Howard: Four ways to fix a broken legal system http://bit.ly/91EE2F
* Avoiding a Digital Dark Age http://bit.ly/b5rdmk
* Tweetcatcha- Twittersphere visualization story pickup-  http://a.parsons.edu/~drumb588/tweetcatcha/

* Singularity University’s Summer Program Doubling in Size http://bit.ly/9eocct
* Junctionless Transistors Next Step at 20 Nanometer Node Better Scaling Properties  http://bit.ly/bRG2WK
* Robot Flowers http://bit.ly/91zfTb
* A Step Toward Solving The Mobile Router Conundrum http://bit.ly/acayG6
* Evolution in a Test Tube -Scientists Create Immortal Genetic Molecule http://bit.ly/9GqK6s

* Google Earth’s View of the Boneyard, Where Planes Go to Die http://bit.ly/aTQ9Cy
* Breakthrough in All-Optical Processing Could Bring Terabit Data Speeds http://bit.ly/aHX65y
* The Present and Future of Unmanned Drone Aircraft: An Illustrated Field Guide http://bit.ly/ak6y4R

* Hover-Chair Brings Senior Citizen Air Hockey One Step Closer To Reality http://bit.ly/clf7pD
* DNA sequencing unlocks relationships among flowering plants http://bit.ly/bRBlwl
* Nanoparticle Developed To Boost Anti-Cancer Immunotherapy http://bit.ly/dqfkFL
* So how sophisticated are video games these days? Words from EA’s Henry LaBounta http://bit.ly/dpXy9R
* Oral Cancer Study Full Tumor Genome; Novel Method Analysis for Individualized Medicine http://bit.ly/aHGImH
* What it might take to unravel the lean mean machine that is cancer http://bit.ly/apjp9V

* Gene regulation: Can we stomach it? http://bit.ly/b7q9nL
* Laser adds extra dimension to lab-on-chip http://bit.ly/aJVr8p
* Game Lets Soldiers Train in a Virtual Iraq or Afghanistan http://bit.ly/bD8n1V
* Hourglass Figures Affect Men’s Brains Like a Drug http://bit.ly/bPEjDp
* Next for NASA: Inflatable Space Stations, In-Orbit Refueling, Space UAVs and More http://bit.ly/9zpEh4
* PR2 Gets Better At Plugging Itself In http://bit.ly/bCtg0N
* ROBO-ONE Humanoid Helper Project http://bit.ly/acw7mk

* Bitter melon extract attacks breast cancer cells http://bit.ly/cJ96b8
* Device Measures Magnetic Field of Heart, Providing a New Tool to Diagnose The Organ http://bit.ly/awquGQ
* Full Genome Sequencing Helps Create Personalized Blood Cancer Test http://bit.ly/9eoVMv
* Alien invaders pack the Milky Way http://bit.ly/b5ht99
* How the Brain Makes Space for New Memories: By Erasing a Few Old Ones http://bit.ly/bRZGWU

* Piracy Isn’t Killing The Movie Industry, Greed Is http://bit.ly/dgoIet
* Why Modern Business Is Bad for Your Mental Health http://bit.ly/bxE4AO
* OSCAR understands the language of chemistry, naturally http://bit.ly/9VWcCv
* Kopin Golden-i head-mounted computer uses Windows CE 6 http://bit.ly/bWpWPS
* Segway Made from Lego Robot Kit Works Without a Gyro (video) http://bit.ly/djnQWl
* Ancient Human Ancestors Faced Fearsome Horned Crocodile http://bit.ly/dj5J0d
* Optogenetics Offers Insight into the Last Frontier: The Brain http://bit.ly/bvYZgB
* Turn the Tube Around: Futuristic Fridge Gives Free Previews http://bit.ly/cicBK0
qtd:  this is not an information revolution, it is a relationship revolution.

Likes:
* Anibal M. Astobiza: PopSci’s Videos: Future Of: Brain Fingerprinting http://bit.ly/9CtyLS
* Wildcat: IEEE Spectrum: Genome as Commodity: http://bit.ly/avqMOx
* Mobile Banking – Cellphone-based cash transfer system has changed the way Kenyans handle. http://bit.ly/c1bm8G
* Alexander Kruel: Time Management and Memory | Reduce the Cognitive Load: http://bit.ly/cg3IcO
* Alexander Kruel: Chimps are intelligent enough to appreciate a full pint http://bit.ly/atqSwN
* Wildcat: Copyright and patents should be scrapped, whole new categories of intellectual prop http://bit.ly/9ZKnl7

———————————————————-
<–Tristans Link archive; https://futureseek.wordpress.com/ –>

Categories: Uncategorized

Tristans Link archive; 23 Feb 2010

February 23, 2010 Leave a comment

* Neuroscientists find brain system behind general intelligence http://ff.im/-goGAA
* Researchers uncover DNA genome sequence of extinct ancient cattle http://ff.im/-goD5D
* Genes responsible for ability to recognize faces http://ff.im/-goA8Y
* Virtual cell could bring benefits of simulation to biology http://ff.im/-go3y7
* Long-promised cancer revolution begins http://bit.ly/ciFT03
* Mouse Gets Human Liver http://ff.im/-gnXqz

* New Treatment to Prevent Cancer Recurrence Shows Promise – http://bit.ly/aD5gZJ
* Blocking blood vessel formation prevents brain tumor recurrence in mice http://bit.ly/bMskhD
* Neuron connections seen in 3-D http://bit.ly/bQwSKz
* Research explains mechanism at work in tumor http://bit.ly/aqeKx1
* MRI: Non-invasive diagnostic tool for diagnosing testicular cancer http://bit.ly/97CRWr

* Artificial Skin will use Quantum Tunneling http://bit.ly/bLH71N
* When Are We Getting These? – Electric Car http://ff.im/-goF1Z
* Adorable bubble car lets you see 360° of the world around you http://bit.ly/bIKE3z
* MIT’s Sketch-Interpreting Software Turns Tablet Computers into Smart Whiteboards http://ff.im/-goENU
* World’s First Junctionless Transistor Could Revolutionize Chip Industry http://ff.im/-gnE5p
* Israel unveils world’s largest unmanned aerial vehicle – http://bit.ly/9piogo

* Midday nap markedly boosts the brain’s learning capacity http://bit.ly/9tjiNl
* Brain Mind and Behavior: Defining the Mind http://bit.ly/9QfJlY
* Pope enters airport body scanners row http://bit.ly/cjbm5G
* About Humanity+ UK 2010 http://bit.ly/bxAqks

* Care-O-bot 3 Goes Open Source http://bit.ly/blLHcz
* Darpa Plans Test for Hypersonic Weapon http://bit.ly/bxLF92
* Nanotechnology Sparks Energy Storage on Paper and Cloth http://bit.ly/biMeUN
* DNA Evidence Tells Global Story of Human History http://bit.ly/absPXg
* Scientists create tiny RNA molecule with big implications for life’s origins http://bit.ly/aytOiF
* Winners Int Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge  http://bit.ly/aMx7iJ  http://bit.ly/bbOW3j

* Wonders of the Solar System starts March 7th BBC2 for 5 weeks http://bit.ly/85Sv2V
* Five Minutes With: Professor Brian Cox http://bit.ly/97pxhZ
* Philip Howard’s TED talk on simplifying law now up http://short.to/18etb
* Atheism, Life Extension and the Singularity http://bit.ly/aBxMwD
* Richard Dawkins on the Singularity  http://bit.ly/9roPJz
* The prime numbers, arranged in a spiral  http://bit.ly/de05TO
* Human gods too provincial-Richard Feynman http://bit.ly/cJudvd

* CompactFlash 5.0 – 144 Petabytes of Storage – http://bit.ly/9uo31C
— In Future Card Will Hold 200 Years Worth of Porn http://bit.ly/dwUpom
* 256 GB USB flash drive shipping in the US http://bit.ly/bGi5oy

* 10 Things to Know About Bloom Energy http://bit.ly/9yD7KY
* Stars Can Teach Us a Thing or Two about Manufacturing Carbon Nanotubes, NASA Finds http://bit.ly/9jPsqp
* All About Space Travel, Time Travel, Quantum Tunneling & Zero-G Sex http://bit.ly/dd21e7
* 7,000,000,000 in HD http://bit.ly/5SoDm8
* The Non-unique Universe http://bit.ly/9KiMeM

* Mountains of e-waste threaten developing world http://bit.ly/beeQ0B
* More for Less for More: How to Disrupt in the Age of Scarcity http://bit.ly/c6yzx2
* How to Face Your Company’s Mortality http://bit.ly/cw7Wkz
* Diamond Trees: A MM Based System for Compositional Atmospheric Homeostasis http://bit.ly/9r86Fj
* Google Earth Hits the Android Market, For a Lucky Few http://bit.ly/bgYG42
* Tricorder/Aliens-motion-tracker handscanner kit gets $6m http://bit.ly/aRk992

* Clash of 3-D movies to hit underprepared cinemas http://bit.ly/df4b9o
* 6 of the wildest airport take-offs and landings you’ll ever take http://bit.ly/bocFQQ
* Mathemeticians Figure Out What Makes Women Beautiful http://bit.ly/9XXwHy
* Recordable web-embeddable video conferencing http://wetoku.com (via @chrisgrayson)
* Pearltrees, human-organized network of interests http://www.pearltrees.com

Likes:
* Alexander Kruel: We were but soft machines, and God was a malfunction. http://bit.ly/9V3grI
* Alexander Kruel: Yitta Schwartz, Who Died at 93, Had 2,000 Living Descendants http://nyti.ms/ceOIoN
* RAPatton: Space shuttle Endeavour rare night-time landing – http://bit.ly/9VNgV2
* Alexander Kruel: Israel Long Range UAV Suitable for Bombing Missions: http://bit.ly/a4LnFm
* Alexander Kruel: Life beyond our universe: http://bit.ly/clSVL7
* See-ming  Flicr… http://bit.ly/9nkeIM
* Ashalynd: 10 Best Brain Blogs http://kl.am/5nV9

———————————————————-
<–Tristans Link archive; https://futureseek.wordpress.com/ –>

Categories: Uncategorized

Tristans Link archive; 20-22 Feb 2010

February 22, 2010 1 comment

* No Sex Needed: All-Female Lizard Species Cross Their Chromosomes to Make Babies http://ff.im/-gl8wk
* The Internet in 2020-What the Experts Predict   http://ff.im/-gl6vp
* Worms illustrate impact of genomics http://ff.im/-gl4VO
* Programmable spy tank turns your kid into an app developer http://ff.im/-gl4v3
* Are you willing to spend $28,000 to preserve your body? http://ff.im/-gl4s5
* What Came Before the Big Bang? Leading Physicist Presents a Radical Theory http://ff.im/-gkcch

* New blood test will show women’s egg levels http://ff.im/-gkajD
* PopSci at Toy Fair 2010 on Vimeo http://ff.im/-giGWE
* Printing body parts: Making a bit of me http://ff.im/-giGrA
* Dolphins can turn diabetes on, and off http://ff.im/-giESF

* Where Humans and Robots Connect  http://ff.im/-ghTMK
* Artificial Retina Enables Blind to See Again http://ff.im/-ghPCI
* Discovery Dates Seafaring 100,000-Plus Years Ago http://ff.im/-ghPom
* Artificial nose can distinguish between coffee brands http://ff.im/-ghOJM
* Does Zonal Swishing Play a Part in Earth’s Magnetic Field Reversals?  http://ff.im/-ghDkZ

* Man appears free of HIV after stem cell transplant http://ff.im/-ghCAy
* Comparison shows robot-assisted option offers advantages for kidney surgery http://bit.ly/bqxzfI
* Biologists use mathematics to advance our understanding of health and disease http://bit.ly/aA8rW4
* Biotech, Nanotech and Synthetic Biology Roles in Future Food Supply Explored http://bit.ly/cTmOFj
* What causes chest pain when feelings are hurt? http://bit.ly/acXSlw
* Are you willing to spend $28,000 to preserve your body? http://bit.ly/bPuU1k
* A Roller Coaster Chase for a Cure http://nyti.ms/bJB53f

* Robot film crew knows what sports fans like -New Scientist http://ff.im/-ghuyn
* Scientists Intend To Turn HIV Against Itself In New Trial http://ff.im/-ghtue
* Symmetric graphs of regular simplices http://ff.im/-ghqhz
* ResearchGATE professional network for scientists. http://ff.im/-gfgvg

* MIT’s Flyfire Turns Swarms of Autonomous LED Copters Into Floating 3-D Displays http://ff.im/-geLbS
* Research uncovers how antidepressants actually work http://ff.im/-geBYQ
* Drake wants off-world listening post for alien messages  http://ff.im/-geq9t
* Technology Review: Phone Game Needs No Server http://ff.im/-gcpv2
* Explained: The Placebo Effect http://bit.ly/btcHed
* What is rewarding brain stimulation? http://bit.ly/aT3jy2
* xixidu: Books I bought recently http://bit.ly/apMvpp

* Technology shapes man or man shapes technology? http://bit.ly/9jCuOy
* Adobe Flash Developer Says iPad’s Flash Allergy Due to Hovering, Clicking Cursors http://bit.ly/aXMX6d
* CU physicists use ultra-fast lasers to open doors to new tech, unheard of just years ago http://bit.ly/bHN1E8
* Where did all the people go from the collapsed financial institutions? http://bit.ly/dy2G46
* Apple Secures Nifty Near-Field Wireless Patent for iPhones http://bit.ly/aW3pNr
* Learning from the Brain: Computer Scientists Develop New Generation of Neuro-Computer http://bit.ly/dB0sTc

* Turning down the noise in quantum data storage http://bit.ly/aXZKBw
* Best Tech Guy caller EVER with Leo Laporte http://bit.ly/cDgu05
* Students find practical application for math in robotics http://bit.ly/aU7ipN
* Hydrogen taxi cabs to serve London by 2012 Olympics http://bit.ly/ctC948
* Try a watch on using augmented reality http://bit.ly/c0kaU8
* Whats that boat outside your window? cool site real-time global shipping traffic: http://bit.ly/aINsYl
* Future Of Tech: Immortality, Transhumanism, and Ray Kurzweil’s Singularity http://bit.ly/aASFvX
* VIDEO: Holograph – http://holo.t9t9.com

Likes:
* Mark H: Awesome Illustration Graphic Design Inspiration, Case Studies: http://bit.ly/aiHhPZ
* Wildcat2030: Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus http://bit.ly/9Hy3Tu
* Alexander Kruel: What is rewarding brain stimulation?: http://bit.ly/bw3K1y
* Alexander Kruel: xnet: What is rewarding brain stimulation? http://bit.ly/bSYK3t : http://bit.ly/9GAlV5
* Alexander Kruel: Untitled: http://bit.ly/dvmrpE

* Alexander Kruel: Science is the Only News: http://bit.ly/a4notK
* Wildcat: Homeokinetics- Physics of Complex Systems What is Homeokinetics? http://bit.ly/blyZyV
* Alexander Kruel: Med Patient Social Networks Are Better Scientific Institutions: http://bit.ly/bVAyPo
* Alexander Kruel: WHAT FAMILY WOULD CONSCIOUS MINDCLONES HAVE?: http://bit.ly/9l6ifz
* Ashalynd: What happens when you type URL into the address bar of a browser … http://bit.ly/axjzdE
* Alexander Kruel: Expanding the Genetic Code: http://bit.ly/d9FZLG
* Genetically Engineered Pig Lung Oxygenates Human Blood, Paving Way For Transplants: http://bit.ly/cp6bdR

———————————————————-
<–Tristans Link archive; https://futureseek.wordpress.com/ –>

Categories: Uncategorized

Tristans Link archive; 19 Feb 2010

February 19, 2010 Leave a comment

* Video: Samsung Beam Hands-On : Pico Projector.phone http://ff.im/-gbQGr
* The future of pedestrian navigation at Occipital http://ff.im/-gbPaw
* Music: New youtube feature, add your own play list, find an artist. youtube.com/disco
* Nooka Augmented Reality Accessorizer: Not Real But It Should Be http://ff.im/-gbp3T
* Jeremy Rifkin: The third industrial revolution http://ff.im/-gbo1b
* New Freitas paper: Diamond Trees http://ff.im/-gbgfV
* In The Future, We Will Cook Dinner On Giant, Fiery iPads http://ff.im/-gbftd

* Should We Replace Workers With Robots to Save Energy? http://ff.im/-gbeaz
* Breeding Cows for Genes – World’s Most Expensive Cow $1.2m http://ff.im/-gbdzT
* TED: Bill Gates We Need an Energy Miracle http://ff.im/-gb9hZ
* Gates Notes: What I’m Learning Talking about Energy Miracles at TED http://ff.im/-gb9ia

* Transhumanism: The way of the future – The Scavenger http://ff.im/-gb93O
* Robot Soccer (Football) Getting Better, Goes Global  http://ff.im/-gaoeS
* Aikon 2 robot sketches the human face http://ff.im/-g88vJ
* Robot Photo Studio From Ortery Replaces Photographers http://bit.ly/9tbV21
* IBM develops promising contender for cheaper solar cells http://bit.ly/c4Oz0P

* A Biochemist Explains The Chemistry Of Cooking http://bit.ly/VuvlC
* Gallery: Best Science and Engineering Visualizations http://bit.ly/b6IdAY
* This Building Is Invisible to Radar, and Blinding to Everyone Else  http://bit.ly/aB2jvb
* Python Explosive Snake Saves Soldiers Opening the Gates of Hell http://bit.ly/c8XQub
* Modular Living On Barcelona’s River http://bit.ly/cLsYoN
* An addendum on “The Fall of Civilizations http://bit.ly/9xicpt

* Scientists develop personalized blood tests for cancer using whole genome sequencing http://ff.im/-gbaHs
* Personalized biomarkers monitor cancer http://bit.ly/cvQ1yD
* Rewinding the Clock for Aging Cells http://bit.ly/ajaQe3
* Long-Distance Runners May Have Endurance in Their Genes http://bit.ly/dlPSls
* Scientists Map Genetic Regulatory Elements for the Heart http://bit.ly/aJ5DLV
* In learning, the brain forgets things on purpose http://bit.ly/bW4OVS

* Clinical trial underway: Miniature ultrasound device could revolutionize pain relief http://bit.ly/ayXbFq
* Breakthrough technology for testing Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s drugs http://bit.ly/a4YWjp
* Nao Robot http://bit.ly/bRyyL9
* Real Terminator Robots By 2015-2025: Part 2/5 http://bit.ly/cUNp1h
* The DiY High-Speed Camera That Is About To Change Your Life http://bit.ly/bN5C76

* Microsoft, Into the Light: The Unofficial Windows Phone 7 Strategy http://gizmodo.com/5473947/
* UFO Sightings: The Shapes They Are A-Changing http://bit.ly/cu4ZyS
* Nooka Augmented Reality Accessorizer: Not Real But It Should Be http://tcrn.ch/9bY1Yw

* NASA to Invest $75 Million for Suborbital Science Flights http://bit.ly/clNZkf
* One Step Closer to the Robot App Store: ROS 1.0 and DIY Robotics http://bit.ly/cDrEwt
* Civilization V Announced For This Fall http://bit.ly/9gcPoM
* Lego Creating Multiplayer Online Game http://bit.ly/aDal9U
* School allegedly uses students’ laptop webcams for espionage, lawsuit ensues http://ow.ly/18SEF
* God is an Alien Scientist  http://bit.ly/cO2kRX
* Tesla’s Lab for sale: $1,650,000 – http://nyti.ms/YyN2t

“So many businesses worry about making mistakes they become afraid to take risks.” – Mark Zuckerberg

Likes:
* Wildcat: Our Digitally Undying Memories – The costs of collective memory – http://bit.ly/akIPNS
* Ashalynd: Wildcat2030: IBM’s Jeopardy-playing machine can now beat human contestants http://bit.ly/cqOsjO
* Wildcat: Building Web Reputation Systems: The Blog: On Karma: http://bit.ly/bUR0Fm
* Alexander Kruel: Robert Freitas Details how Diamond Trees Would Control the Atmosphere: http://bit.ly/9yFRJ5
* Christopher A Carr: Genetically Engineered Pig Lung Successfully Oxygenates Human Blood http://bit.ly/cpZ7aZ
* Alexander Kruel: 50 Fascinating Lectures All About Your Brain: http://bit.ly/bJvshh
* Jackie: 50+ Stunning Example of Photo Manipulation: http://bit.ly/cb9N8h



Categories: Uncategorized