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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 November 2013

* 3D-Printed Mini Human Liver Survives 40 Days, Works Like the Real Thing >>
* Motorola wants to patent a neck tattoo that doubles up as a microphone >>
* Autonomous robot will draw unique random sketches forever >>

* Someone Invented Magic And It Is Freaking Us Out >>
* World’s first 3D-printed metal gun ‘more accurate’ than factory-built cousin >>
* Interactive Live Holography >>

* iPad Air Explodes in an Australian Phone Store >>
* Moonshots: Kickstarting the next chapter of space exploration >>
* Video Friday: IROS 2013, Swarming Quadrotors, and Baxter Tries Not to Stab You >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – November 8, 2013 >>
* Live from Expand: All Dressed Up: the State of Wearable Technology >>
* Gillmor Gang: Hocus Pocus >>

* Live from Expand: Thinking Ahead: the Future of Consumer Electronics >>
* MEMS market will almost double from 2012 to $22 billion in 2018 >>
* Cheap metamaterials could charge cellphones by converting wifi signals to power with 37% efficiency >>

* Compact Atomic Clock Design Uses Cold Atoms to Boost Precision >>
* You can watch your favorite movies in one minute with these GIFs >>

* In this insane video, a stream of water actually juggles two balls >>
* Who Thinks Letting Cops Use Facial Recognition Devices Is a Bad Idea? >>
* Graphene Ink and Foldable Electronics >>

* Will Work For Free: A Documentary film about Technological Unemployment >>
* Israeli Neurologists Reverse Brain Damage with Mega-Doses of Oxygen >>

* Live from Expand: Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky >>
* ‘The Day Of The Doctor’ Trailer >>

* Your personal $849 underwater ‘drone’ >>
* The Big Data Brain Drain: Why Science is in Trouble >>
* Power Plants and Other Vital Systems Are Totally Exposed on the Internet >>

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