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Tristans Daily Link Review; 27 May Feb 2010

* Kurzweil’s Next Book: Creating An Artificial Mind >>
* First human “infected with computer virus >>
* ASguard an all-terrain amphibian >>
* Weird Exoplanet Orbits Could Prevent Alien Life >>
* Survey shows iPad has cut netbook sales by 30%” >>
* Internet Privacy Worries Are Eroding, Pew Finds >>
* We Are Witnesses >>
* Predicting the Present, First Five Years of Wired >>
* Capillaries Eject Trash In Brain >>

* AI and Driverless cars >>
* Electron ‘spin’ in silicon will lead to revolutionary quantum chips >>
* X-51A WaveRider Had a Successful 200 Second Hypersonic Flight >>
* Nature’s Batteries May Have Powered Origin of Life >>
* FLASH Laser Leads to Discovery of New State of Matter >>
* Galaxy Mergers Make Black Holes ‘Light Up’ >>
* Masten Successfully Re-Ignites Rocket Engine During Test Flight >>
* Space shuttle Atlantis finishes its final flight >>
* Geothermal Vents and Life’s Left-Handed Amino Acids >>

* Do Your Employees Think Speaking up Is Pointless? >>
* Blog – Seagate Demos First Hybrid Hard Drive >>
* Cutting Umbilical Cord Early Eliminates Stem Cells >>
* Breakthroughs In HTML Audio Via Manipulation With JavaScript >>
* Blog – A Better Tool to Search for Life on Mars >>
* Mixed Signs On the State of IT Education >>
* Mobile Data: A Gold Mine for Telcos >>

* Muon whose army? A tiny particle’s big moment >>
* Shape-shifting ‘tube robot’ could aid heart surgery >>
* Lights, genes, action [Neuron Culture] >>
* Origin of Milky Way Clouds Revealed >>
* Know that noise? Scientists probe formation of auditory memories >>
* Unlocking the Chemistry of Exercise: How Metabolites Separate the Physically Fit from Unfit >>
* Scientists find 95-million-year-old pterosaur fossil in Morocco >>

* Researchers Create Retina from Human Embryonic Stem Cells >>
* Tablet costs less than half of the iPad, plays 1080p >>
* DIY EyeSeeCam Tracks Your Eyes’ Movement to Film What You See >>
* Minimally Invasive Surgical Bot, Snaking In Through a Vein, Could Cut Down on Open Heart Surgeries >>
* Air Force’s Mach 6 Cruise Missile Makes Successful Splash >>
* Sony OLED Screen Thin Enough to Wind Up Around a Pencil >>
* mashable: Your Phone Could Be the Key to Your Next Hotel Room >>

* New Satellite Analysis Reveals: The Oil Spill Is Now 29,000 Square Miles >>
* mindhackz: Brain volume found to change following weight gain in adults with anorexia >>
* Apple Signals 3rd Great Technology Wave: Topples Microsoft as World’s Tech King >>
* DARPA putting scopes that ‘see’ wind turbulence into the hands of snipers” >>
* On Enjoying Disagreeable Company” >>
* Ink technology prints medicine on pills” >>
* Porting Digital Memory-A feasibility analysis of neural interfaces and controllers >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-05-26 >>
* Perceived Ludicrousness Levels – How People React To Technology” >>
* The guy who opened up Apple’s iPhone to live video >>
* Can bacteria make you smarter? >>

* Nectocaris: mystery fossil was actually a 500-million-year-old squid relative >>
* Diamond MechanoSynthesis paper from Robert Freitas and the Nanofactory Collaboration >>
* 50 Hot Designer Mac Desktops | Mac.AppStorm >>
* It’s Official: Apple Is Now Worth More Than Microsoft >>
* A tour inside the TED conference mother ship >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 26 May Feb 2010 >>

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