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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 March 2013

* Physicists measure ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000x faster than light >>
* IBM’s CEO Is Plain Wrong About Technology and Change. Here’s Why >>
* Necomimi cat ears’ creators branch out into brain-controlled headphones (video) >>

* Reality TV for the Red Planet >>
* Keep calm and carry on buying >>
* GE’s Barista Bots are exactly what SXSW needs: coffee printing robotic arms >>

* Gigabot is a huge consumer 3D printer awaiting your Kickstarter dollars (video) >>
* Cisco on the internet of Everything >>

* For Just 2 Million Dollars You Can Have Your Own Underwater Plane >>
* White House petition proposes space solar power as national energy and space goal >>
* Spacex Grasshopper flies and hovers at about 300 feet in the air >>

* Google Glass Gets Banned In Advance By Seattle Bar >>
* Anti-ageing superdrug soon to be reality >>
* Teeth grown from mice cells offer hope for tooth replacement >>

* Zen robots, augmented reality Porta Potties: exploring the Other Singularity >>
* Of course Google made a talking shoe for SXSW 2013 (video) >>

* Dolphins trap fish with nets made of mud >>
* SXSW kicks off with vision of a 3D printing revolution >>
* SXSW 2013: Watch Elon Musk’s Keynote Speech Live >>

* Caltech self-healing chips can recover from laser blasts >>
* Facebook Investor Yuri Milner: Investing Against The Grain Is Essential – SXSW >>
* Kinect Fusion-powered concept demos AR brain models for neurosurgeons (video) >>

* Forget Google Glass, Google Debuts ‘Talking Shoe’ Concept At SXSWi >>
* Physicists Discover 13 New Solutions To Three-Body Problem >>
* Cars & The Internet Get Together At SXSW >>

* The Methuselah Star: New Hubble Data Says It’s Close, But Not Older than Universe >>
* Lockheed Martin Talks about humanity game changer Dwave Systems Quantum Computer >>
* What Would Happen If the Earth Spun Backward? >>

* Black Holes Won’t Incinerate You, After All >>
* Kinect + Brain Scan = Augmented Reality for Neurosurgeons >>
* The U.S. Says It Could Stop A North Korean Missile. How? >>

* Are Functional MRI Scans Not Functioning Right? >>
* Seven Next-Generation Energy Technologies >>
* Overtaken by the future >>

* Poll: Majority of Americans Opposed to Being Killed by Drone >>
* Douglas Rushkoff: Keynote; new book: Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now >>

* 3-D printer, ‘bio-ink’ to create human organs >>
* Temp-controlled ‘nanopores’ may allow detailed blood analysis >>
* 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) Is Turning Impossible Into the Possible >>

* Evidence Oceans Flowed on Snowball Earth >>
* Dark Craters Of The Moon Get ‘Lit Up’ | Video >>
* Burlesque superstar Dita Von Teese goes Metropolis in this 3D-printed dress >>

* The Earth’s most powerful telescope goes online next week >>
* To create sustainable energy, we must take control of evolution >>
* Bits Blog: Meet Memoto, the Lifelogging Camera >>

* DIYRockets starts a challenge to build open source, 3D-printed rocket engines >>
* Serve Shots With Your Smartphone and This Bartending Robot >>
* Oculus, Cliff Bleszinski and more talk VR at SXSW >>

* Women can’t multitask either >>
* Star Trek ‘holodeck’ in the living room? >>
* In 2100, Earth will be hottest in 11,300 years >>

* Lockheed Martin piece about D-Wave technology >>
* Russian Satellite Hit by Debris from Chinese Anti-Satellite Test >>
* German robots could team up to explore lunar craters >>

* Will we all be like Superman soon? >>
* Get ready to lose your job >>
* Flip of a single molecular switch makes an old brain youn >>

* Briefing: The strange science of sinkholes >>
* Industry 4.0 for Large scale customization and other technology enhanced efficiency >>
* Immortal Line of Cloned Mice Created >>

* The New Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Kicks It Up to Warp Speed >>
* Meet the Twitter Bot That Can Answer All Your Questions >>

* Watch This Glider Fall From the Edge of Space in First-Person >>
* New Self-Healing Microchips Can Shrug Off Laser Blasts Like It’s Nothing >>

* MIT ‘cheetah’ robot rivals running animals in efficiency >>
* Plastic Wrapped Shuttle Atlantis Slated for Grand Public Unveiling in June >>
* We’re live at Elon Musk’s SXSW keynote >>

* Need Funding? Pass Shaq Your 15-Second Startup Pitch on Tout >>
* Bring On The Platform Wars! >>
* We’re Screwed: 11,000 Years’ Worth of Climate Data Prove It >>

* Spymaster’s Orcasub is a $2 million submarine for two >>
* Simple wallet hack uses magnetic alarms to stave off pickpockets >>
* Watch Live: City-Block-Size Asteroid Comes Out of Nowhere and Flies By Earth >>

* Researchers developing 3D printer, bio-ink to create human organs (w/ video) >>
* SXSW 2013: Al Gore On The Future [Live] >>
* Brain Researchers Find Fountain of Youth Molecular Switch [Study] >>

* Mining Robots, Mining Automation >>
* Kim Stanley Robinson: Valuing the Earth and Future Generations: Imaginin >>
* How will religious institutions cope with technological immortality? >>

* Why Brands Are Already Looking at Google Glass, and Why Apple Should Be Worried >>
* Google’s Got a Talking Shoe Because Wearable Computing, Or Something >>
* Bringing Neurofeedback Gaming To the Masses >>

* Of Course Some Bar Is Already Banning Google Glass >>
* Go Get Your 7.39 GB of Free SXSW Music >>
* Leading Neuroscientist Says Kurzweil Singularity Prediction A “Bunch Of Hot Air” >>

* The Roots of Human Genius Are Deeper Than Expected >>
* Milky Way Panorama from Mauna Kea >>
* Striking paintings combine Japanese watercolor with the structures of the brain >>

* Will Apple’s iTV Actually Be Samsung’s SmartTV? >>
* Inhabitat’s Week in Green: algae-powered building, 3D-printing vending machine.. >>
* For Radical Innovation, Nature Loves A Vacuum >>

* GitHub Hit With A DDoS Attack, Second In Two Days, And “Major Service Outage” >>
* Scientists make mouse model of human cancer, demonstrate cure >>
* Immortal Jellyfish and the Collapse of Civilization >>

* Future Day: Singularity University >>
* Nanoscribe >>
* Chewing gum can boost concentration: Study >>
* Tired brain, exhausted body >>

* Lockheed Martin piece about D-Wave technology >>
* SXSW: Elon Musk is trying to reshape three industries >>
* MinuteEarth: The Story of Our Planet Exciting news for people… >>

* 13 ways to hunt intelligent aliens >>
* Tooth replacement in prospect after scientists grow teeth from mouse cells >>
* ISS: Over the Rainbow “Somewhere, Over the Rainbow”… >>

* Plankton Can Respond To Climate Change >>
* SXSW: How Mobile Devices Are Changing Africa >>
* NASA’s cold fusion tech could put a nuclear reactor in every home, car, and plane >>

* 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) Is Turning the Impossible Into the Possible >>
* The future is not what is used to be – Jose Luis Cordeiro – TEDxRio+20 >>
* Jason Silva on what it takes to be a ‘wonder junkie’ >>

* How To Make A Video Go Viral — Based On The Variables In This Algorithm >>
* Sheryl Sandberg’s Right: Women Need To Take More Responsibility For Their Success >>
* Sheryl Sandberg Will Inspire And Offend On 60 Minutes Tonight >>

* Unreal Combat Footage Shot From Syrian Tank Shows Complete Devastation >>
* The Galaxy S4, Samsung’s Last Act in Apple’s Shadow >>
* Startups Everyone Is Talking About At The World’s Craziest Technology Conference >>

* ‘Is Google The New Apple?’ (And Other Quotes Of The Week) >>
* Bill Gates on Marissa Mayer’s Telecommuting Ban: Ever Hear Of Skype? >>

* Facebook clones Google+ >>
* This 1 Number Should Keep Microsoft Investors Awake at Night >>

Eion Musk: The hard part of solar is not the panel. It’s the whole system — mounting it, fitting it to a rooftop and connecting them to the grid.

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 March 2013 >>

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