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Archive for March 24, 2010

Tristans Daily Link Review; 24 March Feb 2010 – (50 from 3223 scanned today!)

* Your Life: The Shirt-Pocket Movie Link
* Are we Alone? Link
* Startup Targets Reducing Wind Energy Costs by 4x and Wind Energy Storage by 5x Link
* Kurzweil Predictions on Wikipedia – The Future Anyone Can Edit Link
* Child Receives Trachea Organ Transplant Created With Own Stem Cells Link
* Printable sensors Link
* Trust and Reputation in Social Networks Link
* Bioinformatics: A sh*tload of data Link
* World’s smartest man refuses $1m prize for solving mathematics puzzle Link

* Google Defies China’s Censorship Rules; China Quickly Strikes Back Link
* Apocalyptic AI – book presentation in Second Life, Tues Mar30, 10am PST Link
* Device to convert seawater offers hope to parched lands Link
* Voice-Commandable Robotics Link
* How the Tablet Will Change the World Link
* Will an Aging Population Result in a Shortage of Workers? Link
* How we Teach Introductory Computer Science is Wrong Link
* Clever Math Puts a Firm Number on the Amount of Dark Matter in Existence Link
* Is the Universe a Giant Hologram? Link

* Does Geothermal Power Cause Earthquakes? Link
* Honda Gives Asimo a Redesign Link
* Bill Gates Goes Nuclear With Toshiba’s 4S Reactor Link
* New Spintronics Material Could Help Usher in Next Generation of Microelectronics Link
* 60 minutes of exercise per day needed for middle-aged women to maintain weight Link
* LHC physics programme set to launch 30 March Link
* Carbon-dating wine to sniff out fakes Link

* Tsunami generator will help protect against future catastrophe Link
* Laser Security for the Internet: Scientist Invents Digital Security Tool Link
* Therapy via teleconference? Link
* Prism-patterned screen brings paradigm shift to 3D displays Link
* Neptune may have eaten a planet and stolen its moon Link
* Machine Restores Mobility to the Partially Paralyzed Link
* Google tells Australia its ‘Net filters go way too far Link
* Internet Browser for Kids Link
* TiltFX from Codejunkies makes a PSP respond to your every move (video) Link
* OpenDNS Now Serves 1% Of The Internet (A Big Number) Link

* Gorgeous Modern Home is Built Inside a Cave Link
* Amazing Life Lessons You Can Learn From Albert Einstein: Part Deux Link
* In First Successful Human Trial, Nanotech Robots Deploy Cancer-Fighting RNA Link
* LIFE: WHAT A CONCEPT! Edge Special Event at Eastover Farm Link
* 5 Dystopias Healthcare Reform May Help Prevent And One It Could Help Cause Link
* You Can Set This Weapon to Kill or Stunt Link
* New Coming Attractions Trailer Shows an Exciting Webb Telescope Mission Link
* Research Lets You Type Words By Thought Alone Link
* Prenups undermine marriage: If supreme court backs prenuptual agreements.. Link
* The 30-Year-Old Space Shuttle Flies On 1 MB of RAM! Link

* New sf novel includes nanomedicine, reviewed by Robert Freitas Link
* Chinese Dragon in Space! Link
* Virtual biopsy system almost perfect detecting precancerous polyps – colonoscopy Link
* Princeton scientists find an equation for materials innovation Link
* British military developing force fields Link
* Closing the Mainstream > < H+ Gap Link
* VIDEO: Virgin Galactic completes first successful “captive carry” flight Link
* New Dinosaur Might Have Been Buried Alive Link
* Probing the secrets of sharp memory in old age Link
* AMD 12-core Opterons leaked ahead of launch? Link
* The Slow Rise of the Robot Surgeon Link

* Even more Dilbert on UX… Link
* Russian cows get Samsung LED 7000 LCDs to see if it improves productivity. Link
* Cool Water Slide Link
* Lady Gaga Goes Fishing in High Heels and Underwear Link

LIkes:
* Alexander Kruel: The climatic consequences of nuclear war: Link
* Christopher Harris: BBC News- China condemns decision by Google to lift censorship: Link
* Walter van den Broek: blog: Netiquette within married couples Link
* Alexander Kruel: World Water Day – The Big Picture: Link
* Alexander Kruel: Are We Alone?: Link
* Alexander Kruel: Your Life: The Shirt-Pocket Movie: Link
* Ashalynd: Math, physics etc lectures from  Princeton can be… Link
* Ashalynd: Hackers, architects, and superheroes: 3 ways to be an excellent program… Link
* Ashalynd: Programming Languages – Google – Google Video Tutorials Link
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