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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2013

* NASA’s Finds “New Gray Mars Where Conditions Once were Favorable for Life >>
* Google Details Glass Mirror API, Shows Off Gmail, NYT, Evernote And Path Integrations >>
* App offers car data, driving assistant >>

* 3D-Printed Record Plays Like the Real Thing >>
* ‘Pirate Bay’ for 3D printing launched >>
* X-ray scans look inside a chrysalis >>

* Scientists use DNA to create nano-encrypted Morse code >>
* Disrupted sleep may be early sign of Alzheimer’s >>
* Consequences >>

* 3D Printed Pottery From Your Mobile Phone >>
* First cell movements in the embryo decoded >>
* Mini Black Holes Easier To Make Than Thought >>

* 5 Trends That Will Drive The Future Of Technology >>
* Google Glass is, in fact, compatible with prescription glasses >>
* Tiny, Suicidal Drone/Missile Mashup Is Part of U.S.’ Afghanistan Arsenal >>

* Bioprinting a pancreas >>
* Making cloud computing more efficient >>
* Stanford psychologists uncover brain-imaging inaccuracies >>

* Cloning record broken – next up clones from faeces >>
* Craig Venter close to creating synthetic life >>
* China’s next-generation Internet is a world-beater >>

* Electrically Powered Nanolasers Capable of Being Operated at Room Temperature >>
* Astronomers Conduct ‘Reconnaissance’ Of Another Solar System >>
* Future Day – Midnight, Trajectories and the Art of the Future >>

* Why Is The Sky Blue…Or Red…Or Any Color At All? >>
* NASA Wants New Space Net To Sustain Big Data Dumps; Moon and Mars Trips >>
* Watch This Unbelievable Robot Hand Tie A Shoe >>

* Youtube Video vs. The Universe >>
* Smartphone power struggles: Will we ever have battery-free mobiles? >>
* Neural ‘synchrony’ may be key to understanding how the human brain perceives >>

* Mars Could Have Supported Life, NASA Says >>
* Making cloud computing more efficient >>
* Tiny Quantum Refrigerator Has Super Cooling Power >>

* Track Fuel Economy, Kill Check-Engine Lights With the Fitbit for Cars >>
* Dragon Mobile Assistant 3.0 can share locations, call meeting numbers for you >>
* Has Digital Health Found a Home at SXSW? >>

* Seagate ships two billion hard drives, sold half of them in the last four years >>
* Does Food Taste Any Different in Space? >>
* iPad explores quantum computing >>

* Engineers develop techniques to boost efficiency of cloud computing infrastructure >>
* Bioteeth generated from your own cells >>
* Mystery boson earns Higgs status thanks to W particle >>

* Reality TV paves way for Neil Armstrong of Mars >>
* Babies Display Schadenfreude Toward People Who Are Different >>
* A First Look At Google Glass’s Apps: New York Times, Evernote, And More >>

* Comet PANSTARRS Stars in a New Timelapse Movie >>
* How Self-Healing Microchips Recover >>
* PSA: Google I/O registration opens tomorrow, March 13th at 7AM PT >>

* Sorry, Google, I Don’t Want To Talk To My Glasses >>
* Lego Mischief Machine Automatically Folds and Throws Paper Airplanes >>

* Scientists launch internet for robots >>
* NASA rockets into social space, but lacks a clear mission >>

* What’s The Half-Life Of DNA? >>
* Google: We Will Have a Prescription Solution for Glass >>
* This One-Piece 3D Printed Mini Crossbow Is Adorably Dangerous >>

* 11 Kickass Ways Normal People Will Use Google Glass >>
* Could This Gesture Control Be Even Better Than Leap Motion? >>
* Singularity Hub Membership Update: Member-Produced Videos Show Off One Talented Community >>

* A Rare Trinity of Quasars Discovered >>
* Camera Ball Bounces In for Closer Look >>
* The Puzzle of Ancient Star Catalogues and Modern Brightness Corrections >>

* Cloud Robotics Engine Goes Live with Rapyuta Service >>
* With Better Software, Office Buildings Can Cut Energy Use by 30 Percent >>
* How Mars Failures Helped the Curiosity Rover Land >>

* Facebook: Extreme Process Contest >>
* Astrophotos: Beautiful Aurora Over Norway >>
* Space Habitats and Nearby Resources >>

* How to build a 2,073-foot skyscraper >>
* Global Grand Challenges Summit March 12–13 to be webcast live >>

* A ‘black box’ to warn you before car breaks down >>
* Sperm are healthiest in winter >>
* Antibiotic resistance as bad as terror threat? >>

* SpaceX Grasshopper Takes a Leap Into a ‘Ring of Fire’ >>
* IBM pays CEO $15.4M in her first year on the job >>
* Arduino-Compatible Board Brings Wireless Sensors to Your iPhone >>

* Google Details Glass Mirror API At SXSW, Shows Off Gmail, NYT, Evernote And Path Integrations >>
* We’re Live at Google’s SXSW Glass panel >>
* The Gigabot 3D Lets You Print Things That Are Bigger Than A Few Breadboxes >>

* Real-time Mocap and VR in UDK >>
* Nanotechnology on a megascale >>
* Watch a day in the life of a terraformed Mars >>

* Taking nanotransistors into a new dimension >>
* Experimental Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Promise, Study Finds >>
* The Scan: Pi Parties and Mind Games >>

* Japan’s Huge Tohoku Earthquake ‘Heard’ From Space >>
* SXSW: Stephen Wolfram Jumps On Bandwagon For Cloud, Mobile Devices >>
* CHIPS: IBM’s ‘electronic blood’ both cools and powers >>

* Does Food Taste the Same in Space? >>
* These Machines Made Out Of Molecules Could Be A Manufacturing Revolution >>
* Ancient Infrared-Emitting Egyptian Pigment Could Be Useful as Nano-Ink >>

* Holy Crap, Is Zordon Speaking at SXSW? (No, It’s Just Kim Dotcom) >>
* Creating indestructible self-healing circuits >>
* Buy a Plot of the Moon From the Man Who Decided to Be Its Landlord >>

* MIT Technology Review Mobile Summit >>
* Safer Nuclear Power, at Half the Price >>
* Google Wants to Replace All Your Passwords with a Ring >>

* Global Futures 2045; George Church vision radical brain health extension via gene therapy & synthetic biology >>
* Giant Radio Telescope to See Alien Planet Birth in HD >>
* Genomic Detectives Crack the Case of the Missing Heritability >>

* DNA Makes A Great Flame Retardant For Cotton Fabric >>
* Our spoiler-free review of Syfy’s new Western, Defiance >>
* Face the facts: Researchers predict selection of the next pope >>

* Brain wave-sensing Mico headphones dictate mood-worthy tune >>
* Robotic Colonoscope from invendo medical Coming to U.S. Market (w/video) >>
* How AR Will Change the Way We Search >>

* Human ear made with a 3D printer >>
* Facebook ‘likes’ reveal plenty in study >>
* A robot that washes your windows >>

* More Messy Dark Matter >>
* NREL Unveils Efficient Data Center, Could Cut Operation Costs by $1 Million >>
* Is Skype a Telephone Operator? France to Investigate >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 March 2013 >>

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