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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 September 2012

* Perceptual Computing: Critical to Intel’s Future >>
* Researchers develop editing toolkit for customizing zebrafish genomes >>
* Your Moral Compass Is Reversible >>

* The Quantified Self becomes the Qualified Self and the Exoself >>
* World Record One Petabit per Second Fiber Transmission over 50-km on a single fiber >>
* Beautiful Brain-Like Structures Form When Watercolors And Ferrofluids Mix >>

* New chemistry technique reproduces nature’s elusive complexity >>
* The Spectacular Last Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour In Ultra-HD Video [Video] >>
* Build Your Own Supercomputer With Raspberry Pis and Legos – For Reals! >>

* Why The Jetsons still matters 50 years later [Video] >>
* Tiniest trickle will speed all-electronic lab-on-a-chip >>
* Video mash-ups give you personalised memories >>

* Interactive virtual anatomical model using a projector and sensors >>
* Friendly robot uses Facebook to interact with you >>
* Delivering drugs via nanoparticles to target mitochondria >>

* Creating self-assembling nanomaterials in space >>
* Ray Kurzweil’s How to Create a Mind to be published Nov. 13 >>
* September’s Aurora <br> >>

* Playing PC games on TV opens up new world of gaming >>
* Watson, the supercomputer genius, heads for the cloud >>
* A New Artificial Heart Pump That Mimics the Real Thing >>

* You Can Now Slap a Quarter Terabyte of Storage In Your Camera [Storage] >>
* Is a Habitable Exoplanet Orbiting Red Dwarf Gliese 163? >>

* Weekend Diversion: You are responsible for what you say >>
* Globalfoundries unveils 14nm-XM chip architecture, vows up to a 60 percent jump in battery life >>
* Remotoscope, an iPhone Otoscope Inching Closer towards Commercialization (video) >>

* Valve’s full-scale Portal turret is another treat from Weta Workshop video >>
* Ion The Game action cam has built-in WiFi and 2.5-inch display, we go hands-on (video) >>
* Sony ‘Prototype-SR’ HMZ-T2 tacks on a camera, plays with user perception (video) >>

* Can a Court Order You To Delete a Facebook Account? >>
* Salesforce CEO Benioff: Future Software Will Look Like Facebook >>
* Researchers create working quantum bit in silicon >>

* Student invents fridge with no door >>
* Google’s Spanner: Database Tech That Can Scan the Planet >>
* When the Hiring Boss Is an Algorithm >>

* We Are All Amazingly Stupid, But We Can Get Better >>
* Satellites Capture the Ground Impact of Droughts, From 2002 to Today >>
* The Race to Preserve History as It Happens Online >>

* Can a Human-Powered Bike Go 100 mph? >>
* California’s first 3D printer retail store to sell $600 model >>
* Making Science in the Ocean Cheap With the Robotboat >>

* SpaceX’s ‘Grasshopper’ vertical takeoff / vertical landing rocket takes first step (video) >>
* Boeing 747-8, 777 support for in-flight cellphone use and WiFi, like it or not >>
* U.S. Adds Robot Fish to Homeland Security Forces >>

* NES light gun gets a laser upgrade, fulfils countless childhood dreams (video) >>
* Reading and writing quantum bits on a single electron spin >>
* The Next Generation of Crash Test Dummies Has Arrived [VIDEO] >>

* Main Sugar Constituent Provides Effective Anode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries >>
* Newfound Alien Planet a Top Contender to Host Life >>
* iPhone 5 big success, but no leap forward: analysts >>

* Flying Math: Bees Solve Traveling Salesman Problem >>
* Why falsehoods are easy to believe >>
* Researchers examine how characteristics of automated voice systems >>

* Give sperm a ‘kick’ to make it fertile >>
* Evolving Gods and Richard Dawkins >>
* Quantum Computers: Headband Telepathy, Medical Advances, and more! >>

* The Age of Big Data and the Death of Theory >>
* Weekend Diversion: You are responsible for what you say >>

* Apple Is Following Microsoft’s Path In Alarming Ways >>
* How the world’s oceans could be running out of fish >>
* Germany’s Wind Power Chaos Should Be A Warning To Everyone >>

* The Singularity Is A Progressive Apocalypse >>
* New Zealand: A Future ‘Home Base’ for Transhumanists? >>
* Wave Energy Technology >>

* Researchers are getting closer to making artificial nacre >>
* NASA Working on Faster-than-Light Warp Drive >>
* Ultra fast optical amplifier: silicon and erbium on one chip for the first time >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 September 2012 >>

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