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Tristans Daily Link Review; 30 November 2010

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* Google Earth 6 Improves Street View, Historical Imagery, and Adds (Millions of) 3D Trees >>
* Total Gender Change within a Decade | h+ Magazine >>
* Scientists trick cells into switching identities >>
* Enviable…Kinect & Sex >>

* Fanuc Picker Robot Gets Turned Up To 11 >>
* Meka, UT Austin researchers show off ‘sociable’ Dreamer robot head >>
* Disposable touch interface makes paper interactive >>

* Sony PSP to gain unlimited music via cloud-based Qriocity service >>
* Microsoft TV: A Bold Move That May Blow Up Broadcast >>
* How we read each other’s minds – Rebecca Saxe >>

* Flickr Hack Makes 3D Model of Any City in a Day >>
* Video: Foley on Mathematical Economics >>
* Google Demo Slam: News On the Go! >>

* Good-looking couples more likely to have girls >>
* Kinect is Selling 2X as Fast as the iPad >>
* Arthritis Drug Could Prevent Skin Cancers >>
* Neuroscience of instinct: How animals overcome fear to obtain food (w/ Video) >>

* An Odyssey Through the Brain >>
* Life Could Have Evolved in Armoured Clay Bubbles >>
* Hacker Poll: Should All Programmers Learn Assembly? >>

* Pulsar Navigation for Deep Space >>
* Genetic modification of insects as pest control part 2 >>
* Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom? >>
* Russia Wants to Build “Sweeper” to Clean up Space Debris >>

* New prostate cancer imaging shows real-time tumor metabolism >>
* Transplanted Genes Let Plants Light Up >>
* Digital Creatures Evolve Firefly Flashing >>
* Understanding the human neurosystem: From the brain of a locust >>

* A molecular switch for memory and addiction >>
* Medgadget at RSNA 2010: Day 1 >>
* A ‘USB’ for medical diagnosis? >>
* Blood stem cells are influenced by their offspring >>

* Humans Can Only Walk In Circles and We Don’t Know Why [Video] >>
* Video: Personal Massage ‘Bot Drives Around Your Back For a Gentle Caress >>

* UBC Physicists Make Atoms and Dark Matter Add Up >>
* Government trying to block cell phones in cars >>
* What If Your Entire Desk Were a Touchscreen? [Video] >>
* The Lab Rat: Can Writing Exercise Close Gender Gap? >>

* The one who isn’t easily replaced >>
* Scott Belsky: Here’s Why I Quit Wall Street To Start A Startup >>
* No Romans needed to explain Chinese blondes >>
* Motion, Sensitive >>

* Microsoft develops shape-shifting touchscreen >>
* Ultrasound Gets More Portable >>
* New imaging technique accurately finds cancer cells, fast >>
* Super-photon could allow for breakthrough in computer-chip performance >>
* A Geometric Theory of Everything (preview) >>

* Robots learn to read the writing on the wall >>
* A provocative thesis: How war gave us the microwave >>
* Walking slows progression of Alzheimer’s >>
* Cybertherapy, placebos and the Dodo effect: Why psychotherapies never get better >>

* Scientists create highly ordered artificial spin ice using nanotechnology >>
* Superantigens could be behind several illnesses >>
* The Bionic Vet: he can rebuild them >>
* Toshiba’s 32-inch Power TV runs for 2 hours on integrated battery >>

* Our Universe Was Created By a Cyclical Trillion-Year Collision of Two Universes >>
* Scientists trick cells into switching identities >>
* Could being too clean lead to allergies? >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-29 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 29 November 2010 >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 29 November 2010

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* Scientists reverse ageing in mice >>
* Telomerase reverses ageing process >>
* Gene therapy prevents memory problems in mice with Alzheimer’s disease >>

* Stem cell therapy: A future treatment for lower back pain? >>
* Critical Historical Inventions Predicted Not to Work >>
* War Machines: Recruiting Robots for Combat – NYTimes.com >>

* Ultrasound Gets More Portable >>
* Sugar cube-sized supercomps? >>

* Nao developer program kicks off: $4,800, robot included >>
* Peter Jackson nabs thirty RED EPIC cameras to film The Hobbit >>
* Is Facebook about to introduce video chat? >>

* Mitchell Howe on “Emotion” in AIs, How This Relates to Developing Friendly AI >>
* One scientist’s hobby: recreating the ice age >>

* Internet usage by country >>
* To thrive in old age, keep an open mind >>
* 6 incredible images from a world under our eyes >>
* News for 2010-11-28 >>

* The strange case of the man who went blind when he had sex >>
* Telegraph Christmas Appeal: ‘Last year, I was dying of cancer. Now I might be cured’ >>
* A good night’s sleep? That’s my dream >>
* Wikileaks ‘under cyber attack’ >>

* Mission Proposed to Send Astronauts to the Moon’s Far Side >>
* Engines of the future: Search-friendly spam >>
* Superantigens could be behind several illnesses >>

* Long Bets: Putting Money Where Your Predictions Are >>
* Fatal blood clot genetic risk identified >>
* The ‘Facebook killer’ won’t look like Facebook >>

* Paper.li papers to follow… >>
* Futureseek Week in Review Highlights: 22-28 November 2010 >>

* Tristans Daily Link Review; 28 November 2010 >>

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Futureseek Week in Review Highlights: 22-28 November 2010

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* Scientists reverse ageing in mice >>
* Telomerase reverses ageing process >>

* first draft on Paper.li papers to follow… >>

* Intel research projects bring Legos to life, make groceries interactive >>
* More Kinect Treatment of Windows 7 >>
* Kinect and Wiimote and Nanotech Construction Kit >>

* Internet-Connected Refrigerator? One Day >>

* Augmented Reality: Seeper and Kinect >>
* Bioencryption can store almost a million gigabytes of data inside bacteria >>
* Star Trek-like home computer >>

* Mind Technologies To Offer Thought-Controlled Apps For Android >>
* Motion Controlled Super Mario on PC >>
* BendDesk: the curved multitouch workspace of the future (video) >>

* Sony could be developing holographic PS3 games >>
* New test could estimate age of crime suspects from bloodstains >>
* Kinect’s Greatest Hack: A Gesture-Control Robot >>

* New test could estimate age of crime suspects from bloodstains >>
* The Future of Health: Robots, Enchanted Objects, and Networks >>
* Researchers create 3-D models from online photo databases (w/ Video) >>

* World first to provide building blocks for new nano devices >>
* HIV epidemic ‘halted’, says UN >>
* Daily pill helps prevent HIV infection >>

* Penrose claims to have glimpsed universe before Big Bang >>
* New e-reader paper that’s fast enough for video yet cheap enough to be disposable >>
* PC ‘recreates Rome’ from Flickr >>

* New test could estimate age of crime suspects from bloodstains >>
* Japan’s Fastest Robot Mouse Takes the Cheese (video) >>
* The Rise of Personal Networks Over Social Networks >>

Futureseek Weekly Papers

* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper
* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper/2010/11/27
* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper/2010/11/26
* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper/2010/11/25
* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper/2010/11/24
* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper/2010/11/23
* http://paper.li/futureseek/paper/2010/11/22

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 28 November 2010

November 28, 2010 Leave a comment

* Intel research projects bring Legos to life, make groceries interactive >>
* Star Trek -like home computer >>
* Augmented Reality: Seeper and Kinect >>

* BendDesk: the curved multitouch workspace of the future (video) >>
* J. Craig Venter: Designing Life >>
* Kinect and Wiimote and Nanotech Construction Kit >>

* Michael Vassar: Top Ten Reasons to Expect the Next Ten Years to Be More Exciting than the Last >>
* Brain Imaging Studies Show Different Cultures Have Different Brains >>
* Robotics the new Prosthetics >>
* Metamaterial Improves Ultrasound Imaging >>

* Caltech research could lead to quantum hard drives, networks, parallel universes >>
* Swede broadcasts music from his stomach >>
* The Rise of Personal Networks Over Social Networks >>
* Modified radar gun identifies suicide bombers up to ten meters away >>

* Guest molecule builds 3D nanostructures >>
* Boeing’s Spectrolab subsidiary set to mass produce 39.2 percent efficient solar cells >>
* Graphene supercapacitor breaks storage record >>
* Microsoft developing touchscreens that shape-shift into keyboards >>

* The 100 Greatest Movie Spaceships Of All Time [Spaceship Mania] >>
* Traditional TV viewing keeps its popularity >>
* The TV that lets you buy what you see >>
* How High Is The Sky? : Krulwich Wonders… : NPR >>

* Hitachi paves the way to 24 Terabyte hard drives with 3.9Tbit per Square Inch Hard Disk Drive Technology >>
* Aubrey de Grey and David Brin Discuss When Will Life Expectancy Reach 200 Years? >>
* Engines of the future: The cyber crystal ball >>
* Bioencryption can store almost a million gigabytes of data inside bacteria [Biocryptography] >>

* Snake fangs evolved from groovy teeth >>
* Dogs have bigger brains than cats because they are more sociable >>
* Japan’s Fastest Robot Mouse Takes the Cheese (video) >>
* 3-D Printing Could Make Smartphone Chips Cheaper >>

* Motion Controlled Super Mario on PC >>
* Boris Fritz on “Nanotechnology: Today’s Tomorrow” >>
* Early Adopters Can Actually Prevent New Products From Being Adopted By The Majority >>
* Binary Breakthrough >>
* Twitter CEO: We Still Don’t Know What Twitter Is For >>

* Andromeda Galaxy Visible to Eagle-Eye Skywatchers >>
* Massive Magnets Reveal More Sex In the Brain >>
* Accurately weighing a pulsating giant >>
* timoreilly: Fascinating @nytimes article about intense exercise and aging. >>

* Swedish Court Upholds Conviction in Pirate Bay File-Sharing Case >>
* Tenuous Oxygen Atmosphere Found Around Saturn’s Moon Rhea >>
* Mark Zuckerberg & Armys Just Declared War On TV, Music, News, And Movie Industries >>
* The Real Story Behind NASA’s Resurrected Space Plane >>
* How Shark Scales Give the Predators Deadly Speed >>

* BBC News – Saturn’s moon Rhea has thin atmosphere >>
* What’s Twitter’s Big Vision? Twitter CEO Says He’s Figuring It Out >>
* Genetic profile guides search for the right blood pressure drug >>
* In Brief: Guiding cancer cells to their fate >>
* Sex and the single chromosome >>

* When you criticize my choices… >>
* Ten Life Lessons From Richard Branson >>
* See the world through a bionic eye >>
* Milk and meat from cloned animals declared safe >>

* Phones Replace Keys in Swedish Hotel (video) >>
* Google Wave to become Apache project >>
* Life thriving after trawling in an ocean desert >>
* Microsoft develops shape-shifting touchscreen >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-27 >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper

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Paper.li papers to follow…

November 28, 2010 5 comments

Please let me know what i’m missing that i should be following….

* Futureseek Daily Paper (bias; mine!) >>
* The Futurist Express >>
* The Wildcat2030 Daily >>
* The wildcat-interests Daily >>
* The most-influential-in-tech Daily >>
* The #science Daily >>
* The #physics Daily >>
* The Augmented Reality Daily >>

* The Singularity Daily >>
* The forwardthinkers Daily >>
* The thought-leaders Daily >>
* The Futurists Daily >>
* The Future Daily >>
* The trend-spotting Daily >>
* The Amira Daily >>
* Future Trends & Innovation Daily >>

* The #brain Daily >>
* The #neuroscience Daily >>
* The #relationships Daily >>
* The #therapy Daily >>
* The #autism Daily >>
* The NewMindMirror Daily >>
* The Mental Health Daily >>
* The Psychologists Daily >>

* The #tech Daily >>
* The #robot Daily >>
* The #robotics Daily >>
* The #space Daily >>
* The Aerospace Daily >>
* The astronomy Daily >>

* The #news Daily >>
* The #world Daily >>
* The Alltop Social Media Daily >>
* The #cio Daily >>
* The #biz Daily >>

* The Leslie petrequin Daily >>
* The #microsoft Daily >>
* The #apple Daily >>
* The Google-Products Daily >>
* The technology Daily >>

* The hackers Daily >>
* The #Kinect Daily >>
* The #ipad Daily >>
* The Ipad Daily by Alessandro Sisti >>
* The ANDROID Daily Newspaper >>
* The #Android Daily >>
* The #gamification Daily >>
* The MacTech.ca Daily >>

* The #programming Daily >>
* The Science Enthusiast 500 Daily >>

* The Writers Daily >>
* The ip-and-technology Daily >>
* The Metaphysical Stuff Daily >>
* Internet Tech Daily >>
* Daily Dose of Inspiration >>
* The it-professional Daily >>

* The Movies Daily >>

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 26 November 2010

November 26, 2010 Leave a comment

* More Kinect Treatment of Windows 7 >>
* Personalized shot: Tumour to cure cancer >>

* Mind Technologies To Offer Thought-Controlled Apps For Android >>
* Biochip implantation – When humans get tagged >>
* 10 Questions for Ray Kurzweil >>

* Wiseguy scalpers bought tickets with CAPTCHA-busting botnet >>
* MIT Media Lab Hacks the Kinect for Browser Navigation With Gestures >>
* Kinect hacks let you control a web browser and Windows 7 using only The Force >>

* Windows Phone 7 Gets Jailbroken >>
* Windows Phone 7 already has 3,000 apps, 15,000 developers >>

* Wt Archives: The nanotechnology Revolution >>
* psaffo: We are way overdue for a new God… >> >>
* Predicting the Future With Porn? >>
* A potted history of early adopters >>

* Hong Kong Team Stores 90GB of Data In 1g of Bacteria >>
* SMS Skyscrapers >>
* What Should Copyright Do? | Cory Doctorow >>
* How birds see magnetic fields – an interview with Thorsten Ritz >>
* Do cheerleaders and rock stars promote science education? >>

* Brain Size Is Not Filter >>
* Planetary magnetic fields: The hunt for better models >>
* Elusive protein factory mapped at last >>

* Bespoke genetic circuits rewire human cells >>
* Animals Getting Fatter Too >>
* Why mammals grew big – and then stopped >>

* Andromeda ‘born in a collision’ >>
* PC ‘recreates Rome’ from Flickr >>

* 100 Best Novels « Modern Library – >>
* Fairground mirrors: answer to invasive body scanners? >>
* Is this the most realistic CGI you’ve ever seen? >>
* Watching the DNA detectives >>

* The dark side of antimatter >>
* Find your biological relatives through new gene bank >>
* Glowing trees could light up city streets >>

* Fluid nature: First simulation of four-winged flight >>
* Era of personalized oncology: New strategies for cancer drug development urgently needed, experts say >>
* Hidden in the Smithsonian: pickled mammoth >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-25 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 25 November 2010 >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper

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Tristans Daily Link Review; 25 November 2010

November 25, 2010 Leave a comment

* Einstein’s ‘Biggest Blunder’ Turns Out to Be Right >>
* Sony could be developing holographic PS3 games >>
* Short, on-chip light pulses will enable ultrafast data transfer >>

* AGI-2010 Videos Online >>
* Video: Ted Talk – Why work doesn’t happen at work >>
* New project launched: Atomic Scale and Single Molecule Logic Gate Technologies >>

* Radiation Blocking Underwear Soothe Fears of Radiation >>
* Philips Unveils Own Pacemaker Monitoring Service >>
* Russia Wants Nuclear-Powered Spaceships and Space Debris Shields >>

* Text Bot Narrates SMS for Safer Driving >>
* Finally a practical use for metamaterials: boosting antenna performance >>
* High-Flying Spy Drone, Powered By Liquid Coal >>

* 5 Innovative Technologies Changing Health Care >>
* A Cosmic Gravitational Wave Background? >>
* The inevitable social brain >>

* Controlling Quake with Kinect >>
* Tug-O-War Is Not Charity >>
* How to encourage innovation? >>
* You say sin, I say disease >>

* A decade of refinements in transplantation improves long-term survival of blood cancers >>
* Robots for Our Old Age >>
* When iPad 2 Hits, Will iPad 1 Go Cheap Or Extinct? >>

* Sparkly Galactic Centre >>
* VASIMR VX-200 plasma rocket achieves full power efficiency milestone >>

* Nanosys: We Can Replace Some Rare Earth Metals >>
* Body Scanners Coming to Trains, Subways and Boats, Homeland Security Chief Says >>
* Chemistry researchers create tool to visualize bloodstains (w/ Video) >>

* How to Catch Microbes Hitchhiking to Mars >>
* What Does SpaceX’s Commercial License for Spacecraft Reentry Mean for Space Travel? >>
* Where do ideas come from? >>

* Forget Peak Oil, Now Peak COAL Is Just A Few Years Away >>

* Who’s monitoring your baby monitor? >>
* Birth of baby captured on Google Street View >>

* Proof of Concept Quantum Hard drives >>
* Colorado State University Develops Artificial Tissue >>
* How maths can improve your drinking water >>

* Distant Galaxies Confirm Dark Energy’s Existence and Universe’s Flatness >>
* Sea of photons made to act as one ‘super-photon’ >>
* Engines of the future: Google and beyond >>

* The idea that could let us see before time >>
* In Cybertherapy, Avatars Assist With Healing >>
* Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction >>

* On free will-11: Recent fMRI studies of the brain >>
* The World’s First Fully Superconducting Motor and Cambridge Superconducting material advances >>

* Xixidu News for 2010-11-24 >>
* Tristans Daily Link Review; 24 November 2010 >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper

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