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Tristans Daily Link Review; 5 March Feb 2010

* Google Index to Go Real Time  http://bit.ly/cmnNEk
* Google Apps Now Disaster Proof http://tcrn.ch/dcWMvt
* Youtube Rolls Out Automatic English Captions To All Videos  http://bit.ly/dklXnr
* Atmosphir Awesome In-Browser Gaming World http://tcrn.ch/bwShXN
* TechFest 2010, Part 2  http://bit.ly/9MDEhF

* New Cell Phone Charger Turns Water into Electricity http://ff.im/-gXB2D
* From 2-trillion-degree heat, researchers create new matter — and new questions http://ff.im/-gXApp
* Heavy antimatter created in gold collisions http://ff.im/-gXzwJ
* Free will is an illusion, biologist says http://ff.im/-gXsyJ

* Make Music from your URL – http://www.codeorgan.com/ http://bit.ly/chkzYm
* 10 of the Best Web Apps for Music Lovers – http://bit.ly/dkLAai
* Video Best of TOCCON 2010 – Ray Kurzweil and Tim O’Reilly talking… http://ff.im/-gYunl
* 55 Awesome Photos Manipulations by LSD s.r.l. http://ff.im/-gYrTf
* Reverse engineering gene network using asynchronous parallel evolution strategy http://bit.ly/dog6Sg
* Where will AI be in 90 years? Experts weigh in http://bit.ly/a1JKlP
* Microrings could nix wires for communications in homes, offices http://bit.ly/cZvZ9a

* Patterns All the Way Down! http://bit.ly/cOSU0c
* Using Nanoscale Technologies to Understand and Replicate the Human Brain http://bit.ly/d3d0Yx
* X-rays telescopes could solve the mystery of dark matter http://bit.ly/9AyuER
* All kinds of free stuff http://ow.ly/1epSU
* Shields down! Earth’s mag field may drop in a flash http://bit.ly/9apIBo
* Presenting… Sir Ken Robinson (at UBC) http://bit.ly/a0518d
* Researchers create atlas of transcription factor combinations http://bit.ly/9EPSDC

* Peter Norvig interview http://bit.ly/cBbhDB
* Travel Through Space for Free, Guided by World-Famous Astronomers http://bit.ly/aNJD4Z
* Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science http://bit.ly/9Vi6Ss

* Genome Seq complete on plodding amoeba that flips into free-swimming flagellate http://bit.ly/coSRR2
* Trapping Sunlight With Silicon Nanowires http://bit.ly/bUXcP9
* Gut Bacteria Cause Overeating in Mice http://bit.ly/bcZCGr
* Senator Proposes Shuttle-Extension Hail Mary http://bit.ly/9FqsQ6

* The New Science of Feeding the World http://bit.ly/d6TCB9
* Friday Weird Science: Do Your Balls Hang Low? http://bit.ly/cP4BPL
* Microrings: The Tech to Make Everything Work Wirelessly? http://bit.ly/cYubQe
* Mind-reading computers turn heads at high-tech fair http://bit.ly/buXqPO
* Samsung unveils fridge with built-in Internet http://bit.ly/cFnl77
* Invisible Synthesizer http://bit.ly/aoBQqH
* Beyond Human- How to Design a Humanoid 5/9 http://bit.ly/a8Sdgd
* Welcome Our Microbial Overlords http://bit.ly/chZs3K

* Just launched: www.microsoft.com/cloud
* Now Mummified Crocs Getting Tomographed http://bit.ly/d9W5uQ
* Scientists discover how ocean bacterium turns carbon into fuel http://bit.ly/9pJ7n1
* Oldest measurement Earth’s magnetic field reveals battle between sun and Earth for atmosphere http://bit.ly/bmD4eG
* BGates: read interesting book on farming future while in Antarctica. Thoughts Tomorrow’s Table http://bit.ly/aMXTHt

* Shields Up: Magnetized Rocks Push Back Origin of Earth’s Magnetic Field http://bit.ly/cesWEb
* Extinct Australian frog reappears 30 years after last sighting http://bit.ly/cEQkVB
* A New Way to Search for Alien Life http://bit.ly/aWQZj5
* Where Will Our Electricity Come From in 2034? http://bit.ly/9u1qD8
* Exotic antimatter detected at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider http://bit.ly/aznnxb
* Real-life Hurt Locker: how bomb-proof suits work http://bit.ly/9pbmm5
* Breakthrough reveals blood vessel cells are key to growing unlimited amounts of adult stem cells http://bit.ly/cS9HJW

* New Brain Scan Quantifies The Formerly Subjective Feeling of Pain http://bit.ly/dex8gy
* Future displays send pixels swarming all over your house http://bit.ly/9s7Bz8
* Silicon Nanophotonics to Make Your Gadgets Run Faster and Consume Less http://bit.ly/btMnOS
* Russia Will End Space Tourism Flights When Shuttle Retires http://bit.ly/amFYzq
* Sony Timeline: Birth, Rise and Decadence  http://bit.ly/93Z4T2

* Next Decade of Science: Transdisciplinary Collaboration http://bit.ly/cUQKov
* New Model Captures Spread of Personal Information Through Social Networks http://bit.ly/cmdOiH

* Nanobubbles On Super Non-Stick Surfaces http://bit.ly/cQfNVM
* Trapping Sunlight with Silicon Nanowires http://bit.ly/bMoFy3
* Behold the RollTop, The Computer You Unfurl  http://bit.ly/a6VZJO
* Zeo Headband Monitors, Analyzes Your Brain While You Sleep http://bit.ly/dwwObH
* I‘m Serious as Cancer http://bit.ly/9Q83YP
* Microrings for 60 Gigahertz Wireless http://bit.ly/9TOg8s
* [Cartoon] One More Theory http://bit.ly/cPSn1C
* [Cartoon] Pirate vs non Pirate http://bit.ly/9dZXFF
* [Cartoon] Never Have I Ever http://bit.ly/at1oyz
* [Cartoon] World Annihilation http://bit.ly/bUxMPa

Likes:
GeorgeDvorsky: NYT: Study Says Undersea Release of Methane Is Under Way http://nyti.ms/bGXlhE
timoreilly: Breakthrough success in a melanoma clinical trial. http://nyti.ms/bpG0R5
rfurlan: Robots don’t kill people, programmers do – #singularityu
Scobleizer: Yup, already hit 10 billion. My last tweet was 10000011727 so now we can get on with real news.
Scobleizer: My last tweet was 9999989724. Wild. Will be at 10 billion by next tweet.
adamsconsulting: Details On The 10 Billionth Tweet http://bit.ly/cNLeP4
Amira: Quote from: Paul B. Baltes in Wisdom as Orchestration of Mind and Virtue: http://bit.ly/8XNQfe
Wildcat: Nanotech and Food Remains Realm of Speculation and Fear Mongering  http://bit.ly/bDp0Fx
Wildcat: We territorialize the rhizome, perhaps we must, but we must always … http://bit.ly/bey8Gm
A Kruel: Windows 7 sells 90 million copies in first four months: http://bit.ly/aPPcRn
A Kruel: Chilean Earthquake Waves in Animation: http://bit.ly/dwpRtN
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