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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2012

* Video: Japanese Dentist Invents Self-Stirring Whirlpool Pot >>
* We’re creating a culture of distraction >>
* How To Measure the Universe >>

* Sergey Brin Finally Lets Someone Else Wear Google Glass [Google] >>
* Germany meets half its energy demand from solar, briefly >>
* Pill Could Reverse Effects of a Stroke Long After It Hits >>

* First stored and replayed atomic movie >>
* Inaugural Synthetic Biology Incubator SynBio Launches At Singularity University >>
* Video: A Japanese Telepresence Robot that Lives on Your Shoulder >>

* Plum Perfect Uses A Picture Of Your Face For Makeup, Clothes Recommendations >>
* SpaceX: Will Elon Musk’s Triumph Be Transformative Or Transient? >>
* Microsoft patent outlines smart power-saving system >>

* Tesla shows us how a Model S is made >>
* Chrome OS review (version 19) >>
* Snake Robots Will Soon Crawl Around Inside Your Body Off-Leash >>
* Ancient ‘Sexual Revolution’ Laid Foundation for Modern Family >>

* Viewpoint: Mimicking Magnetic Fields in Optical Lattices >>
* Ghosts of Milky Way’s Powerful Past Revealed >>
* The first chemical circuit developed >>

* Wireless tooth tattoo detects harmful bacteria >>
* Floating Island on the Move >>

* Spacex Future Missions, Falcon 9 with Upgraded Engines and Spacex Heavy >>
* Robotic jellyfish could one day patrol oceans, clean oil spills (w/ Video) >>

* (Video) Where speech recognition is going >>
* Japan robot lab readies second prototype for work at crippled nuclear reactor >>
* Apple’s Chinese Manufacturing Partner Has Started Producing The New TV >>

* $340,000 flop: Kickstarting a big dud >>
* VIDEO: Ten-minute test to predict dementia >>
* Pill to treat Alzheimer’s also cures shopoholics >>

* Video: Japanese Dentist Invents Self-Stirring Whirlpool Pot >>
* Driving simulation vehicle testing system reproduces movement on a real vehicle >>
* This Rock Could Spy on You for Decades >>

* Japan firm unveils radiation-gauging smartphone >>
* 25 Pictures of the Human Body Under an Electron Microscope >>
* Newly Found Asteroid Buzzes Earth >>

* Engineers Develop Cheap Onboard Tracking System For UAVs >>
* Mind-reading robot teachers keep students focused >>

* Cyber-attack concerns raised over Boeing 787 chip’s ‘back door’ >>
* How the Samsung Galaxy S III Can Listen Even While Sleeping >>
* Google Unveils New Chromebooks >>

* Prototype glasses help the visually impaired avoid obstacles >>
* French Court Sides With Google in YouTube Case >>
* Microsoft patents asking your friends ‘does my butt look big in this?’ >>

* OmniVision’s OV2722 sensor promises 1080p tablet video chats >>
* Scientists Create the Smallest Possible Five-Ringed Molecule, Call It Olympicene >>

* A Cheap and Abundant Source of Heart Muscle Cells >>
* Scientists take steps toward creating artificial graphene >>
* Nanomedicines on their way through the body >>

* Saving seagrass could bury more carbon >>
* Why chemotherapy fails >>
* Researchers demonstrate primitive mechanism of chemical into self-replication >>

* Copper-nickel nanowires could be perfect fit for printable electronics >>
* Mathematicians can conjure matter waves inside an invisible hat >>
* Electromagnetic brain shotgun almost ready to treat depression >>

* Small Asteroid Flies-By Closer Than Many Satellites | Video >>
* Physicists store short movies in an atomic vapor >>
* The Faster-Than-Light Telegraph That Wasn’t >>

* The immune system may protect against Alzheimer’s changes in humans >>
* Blowing in the wind: How hidden flower features are crucial for bees >>
* Unzipped carbon nanotubes could help energize fuel cells and batteries >>

* One-Minute Physics: Why planets can only orbit in 3D >>
* Computer Science and Programming: Books and Resources >>
* The “Dark Satellites” Orbiting the Milky Way >>

* How NASA Uses Astronaut Pee to Hunt Osteoporosis [Science] >>
* The Outermost Ocean in Our Solar System: Neptune’s Triton >>
* First look at the face of a woman dead for 2000 years >>

* Amazon Instant Video Is Now On Xbox 360 >>
* What your Facebook picture says about your background >>
* 3D blood vessels could aid artificial organs >>

* Accelerated Tech News 7 – Google, Leap Motion, Giant Manta Rays, and More! >>
* U.S. Military May Blanket Afghanistan in Tiny Spy Sensors That Last for Two Decades >>
* Pirate Bay Ready For Perpetual IP-Address Whac-A-Mole >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2012 >>

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