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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 March 2013

* GTC 2013: Face Works >>
* Glass patent, thinks about controlling your garage door and fridge >>
* Play Any Website Like A Marble Madness Maze >>

* Why 3-D Printing Won’t Turn Your Home Into a Factory >>
* Eric Schmidt says Google Now for iOS hinges upon Apple >>
* Next Windows Phone Update Could Get Big Improvements To Speech Input >>

* Senate Hearing: Drones Are “Basically Flying Smartphones” >>
* How the Brain Remembers Your Sister’s Cousin’s Boyfriend >>
* This Tiny Car Drives Itself >>

* The Science of Hair Loss and Balding by the AsapSCIENCE guys…. >>
* Computers Aren’t Smart Enough for Darpa, So It Wants Them to Learn >>
* The demise of Google Reader: Stability as a service >>

* BMW Forecasts Cars Will Be Highly Automated by 2020, Driverless by 2025. >>
* The Universe Is 80 Million Years Older Than We Thought >>
* Amazingly realistic digital screen characters are finally here >>

* Doomsday Recalculation Gives Humanity Greater Chance of Long-Term Survival >>
* Flash memory combines graphene and molybdenite >>
* Full-brain waves challenge area-specific view of brain activity >>

* A Film by Artificial Intelligence Program Cleverbot: Do You Love Me? >>
* From Ray Kurzweil to Kanye West, everyone’s a futurist now >>
* Nanoparticles Show Which Way the Stem Cells Went >>

* Digital Avatars Crossing The Uncanny Valley >>
* Nvidia Finally Gets Faces Right – Until They Open Their Mouths >>
* Genetic Origami: DNA Bent Into Strange Shapes >>

* YouTube tops 1 billion monthly users >>
* Visualized: Microsoft’s homegrown 120-inch 4K television >>
* 5 Job Skills To Get You (And Keep You) Employed >>

* Intel maps out a minute of the Internet >>
* Portable Speaker Uses Surfaces to Transmit Huge Sound >>
* Google’s Schmidt: Chrome And Android To Remain Separate For Very Long Time >>

* IBM turns metal oxides into non-volatile chips through liquid currents >>
* New Map Made of First Trillionth of a Trillionth of a Second After Big Bang >>
* New Map Of Big Bang’s Afterglow Re-Envisions The Universe’s Ingredient List >>

* Latest Star Trek Into Darkness trailer promises an intense battle of wills >>
* One Billion People Use YouTube Every Month, Says YouTube >>
* Will we survive our technology? >>

* More incredible talks from TEDMED >>
* Planck satellite data: What it can tell us about the universe >>
* Universe Older Than Thought, Best Space-Time Map Yet Reveals >>

* The Doctor Is (Logged) In >>
* CMU Snake Robots Can Now Strangle Things on Contact >>
* What The Entire Universe Is Made Of, Thanks to Planck! >>

* Smartphones Are Killing Impulse Purchases At Checkout >>
* Architecture Fans Say These Are The Coolest Buildings In The World >>
* Five Things We Didn’t Know About The Universe Before This New Map >>

* The incurable attraction of physics >>
* What Will Human Cultures Be Like in 100 Years? >>

* NGC 2736: The Pencil Nebula >>
* Chrome Experiment Turns Your Favorite Website Into Playable Marble Maze >>

* How It Works: The Most Powerful Space Rocket >>
* Blueprint: Engineers Invent A Healthier Toilet >>
* Making your own phone is easier than you might think >>

* HP invents glasses-free 3D >>
* NASA chief: Earth is DOOMED if we spot a big asteroid at short notice >>
* Elon Musk at TED Video >>

* Stewart Brand: The dawn of de-extinction >>
* Long Now Seminar – Nicholas Negroponte presents “Beyond Digital” >>
* Holy Wow This Incredible Gel Stops Bleeding Instantly >>

* Single Drug May Combat Several Deadly Viruses >>
* Video: Robots on the Beach >>
* How the Brain Remembers Your Sister’s Cousin’s Boyfriend >>

* Robot-delivered speech and physical therapy a success >>
* Matrix Learning >>
* Microsoft execs’ Xbox Live accounts hacked, investigation still underway >>

* The Coming Space Age >>
* Dragon Tyrant Video Explains in a Fable the Mistake in How People Think About Aging >>
* What the Next Google Play Redesign Is Probably Going to Look Like >>

* What I learned at TEDxDeExtinction >>
* America’s Best Current Defense Against Asteroids Is…Prayer? >>
* The Terrifying Future is 3D Printed Weapons >>

* Autodesk Ventures Into Nanotech >>
* Robot-delivered speech and physical therapy a success >>
* Next Month, Mars Solar Conjunction Means Vacation For NASA Teams >>

* NCAA March Madness Explained With Star Wars Analogy [Video] >>
* Apple Patent Aims To Prevent Device Destroying Drops >>
* Nanotechnology, K. Eric Drexler and me >>

* 6 Ways Zotero Can Make You a Better Student >>
* Ep 192: An Example of How Psychoanalysts Really Interpret Dreams >>
* The Future of Nuclear Power: Getting Rid of Nuclear Waste >>

* A Lizard Robot to Delight You and/or Haunt Your Dreams >>
* When Animals Learn to Control Robots, You Know We’re in Trouble >>
* X-ray laser explores how to write data with light >>

* The future of exploration starts with 3-D printing >>
* Computer models show how deep carbon could return to Earth’s surface >>
* The laser-powered virtual bike lane that could save the lives of cyclists at night >>

* Universe ages 80M years; Big Bang gets clearer >>
* Wired Space Photo of the Day: Asteroid Billiards >>
* Higher autism risk with older grandpas >>

* Metamaterials let researchers observe giant photonic spin Hall effect >>
* Google Glass and the Future of Head-Mounted Displays >>
* From smartphone to server room: Nvidia’s “Kayla” shows the future of Tegra >>

* This off-road robot could help revolutionize the exploration of other planets >>
* IBM materials breakthrough could lead to human brain-like chips >>
* Apple’s Jony Working Closer With iOS Interface Team, Is Pushing For ‘Flat’ Design >>

* Why Google Is Poised to Outperform >>
* Down and out in the Uncanny Valley with Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe >>
* Obsessed with the Now: Douglas Rushkoff and the threat of ‘Present Shock’ >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2013 >>

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