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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 November 2013

* Google, Intel join the retail world >>
* Philips LED carpet turns floors into incredibly helpful dynamic signage >>
* Written in blood: Your life history in just one drop >>

* Virtobot Autonomous Autopsy System Scans Bodies, Analyzes for Abnormalities >>
* Record-Setting Rocket Launch on Nov. 19: The 29 Satellites >>
* First Satellite Built By High School Students Launches Tonight >>

* UrtheCast: Camera for ISS Live Video of Planet Earth To Launch Nov. 25 >>
* New Rocket Engine Burns Wax & Laughing Gas | Video >>
* Microsoft Almost Put Smell-O-Vision In The Xbox One Controller >>

* 6 Ways to Feed 11 Billion People >>
* Are XPRIZEs the Future of Scientific Discovery and Exploration? >>
* Men’s noses are 10% larger than women’s because they need more oxygen to feed muscles >>

* YouTube triggers comments debate >>
* Can Organisms Evolve The Ability To Evolve? >>
* BusinessWeek 2014 predictions for 55 industries, interviews predict $40 tablet >>

* After Two Years of Nuclear Crises, Japan Opens Its Biggest Solar Park >>
* Salesforce1: Welcome to the Internet of Customers >>
* Chaotic physics in ferroelectrics hints at brain-like computing >>

* Selfie wins Oxford word of the year >>
* Drunk Australian coined term ‘selfie’ >>
* This Video Finally Makes Sense of Logarithms >>
* Bits Blog: Start-Up Founders Look Beyond the Usual Options of Selling or Going Public >>

* Hardcover Sales Growth Outpacing Ebooks In 2013 >>
* Goodreads on Kindle Fire OS (hands-on) >>

* Bowled Over by Toilet Technology >>
* Valve To Demo Prototype VR Headset, “Steam to Support and Promote VR Games” >>
* Graphene Comes to Nanopore Gene Sequencing >>

* First ‘mini-kidney’ structures from human stem cells generated by Salk scientists >>
* Quantum world record smashed >>
* Who Is Ultimately Responsible For Building And Executing On Healthcare.gov? >>

* Monkeys can point to objects they do not report seeing >>
* 3D-printed practice parts turn patients inside out >>
* Definitive Guide To Building Your Personal Brand >>

* Building Low-Cost Solar Cells On Plastic >>
* Study recreates history of life through genome >>
* Count molecules with with a cell phone >>

* Lab-Made Heart Represents ‘Moonshot’ for 3D Printing >>
* Can success against HIV/Aids be matched with cancer, heart disease >>
* What 11 Billion People Mean for Food Security >>

* What water looks like to DNA >>
* Promiscuous mouse moms bear sexier sons >>
* Computer scientists create 3-D technique based on Nash theory >>

* Thought there was just one type of boredom? Think again: Scientists identify FIFTH form >>
* Synopsis: Computing with Entangled Ions >>
* Study reveals potential breakthrough in hearing technology >>

* FYI: Could A Virgin Birth Ever Happen? >>
* Bill Gates: We Won’t Be Rushed In Announcing Steve Ballmer’s Replacement >>
* A Cold War Fought by Women >>

* Samsung defies critics, ships 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatches in two months >>
* Google releases ‘sneak peek’ of Glass app-development kit >>
* Valve to reveal virtual reality prototype, big plans for Steam support >>

* Next Google Glass Tricks Include Translating the World From Your Eyes >>
* Keen On… The Future Starts Here: Why AOL Might Be The New Hollywood Studio >>
* Mice Inherit the Fears of Their Fathers >>

* Elon Musk: I’ll Build A Hyperloop Prototype If No One Else Does [VIDEO] >>
* New study could lead to paradigm shift in organic solar cell research >>
* HIV virus spread and evolution studied through computer modeling >>

* The Future of Medicine: 6 New Technologies Transforming the Field >>
* Sousveillance Turns the Tables on the Surveillance State >>
* The Scary and Amazing Future of Work >>

* Consistent bed time and wake time linked to healthier weight >>
* Eric Drexler Lecture, Nanotechnology Radical Abundance Part 1/2 >>
* Eric Drexler Debate – Nanotechnology: Radical Abundance Part 2/2 >>

* Our financial imagination and the cosmos >>
* Computer Chips in Your Brain >>
* Building computer brains that can reason like humans >>

* Philips unveils its LASER-GUIDED beard trimmer >>
* An underwater hotel opens in Africa >>

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