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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2014

* The Space Station Is Getting A UPS-Style Shipping Service >>
* Gillmor Gang: Solar Panel | TechCrunch >>
* HIV prevention pill is at hand, but will it be left untaken? >>

* Light beacons let map app talk to blind people >>
* VIDEO: Stanford Team Successfully Tests Earthquake-Resistant House >>
* Bullet Train Could Connect Moscow and Beijing >>

* How to build layered 3D graphene-based materials >>
* Directed/Programmable Matter for Energy (DPM) Workshop >>
* Audi Robotic Racecar Relies on GPS >>

* The Big Future: Can we colonize Mars? >>
* Super-Intelligent Humans Are Coming >>
* 3 Ways Companies Can Encourage Smart Risk Taking >>

* How Sound Waves Help Deliver Medicine to the Brain >>
* “River Sensors to Clean Up Waterways” >>
* Future of Net TV looks brighter with CBS, HBO on board >>

* Nasa telescope spots galaxy 13 billion lightyears away >>
* Air Traffic Control for Drones >>
* X-37B Military Space Plane Lands After Record-Shattering Secret Mission >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – Oct. 17, 2014 >>
* White House Seeks Advice On “Bootstrapping A Solar System Civilization” >>
* A $45,000 Lounger That Automatically Turns to Track the Sun >>

* Curious Signal Could Be Dark Matter Pouring From The Sun’s Core >>
* At Last: Technology To Make Injections Painless >>
* Apple’s Quiet Attempt to Shake Up Wireless Carriers Could Benefit Us All >>

* This Cathedral Is Filled With Smartphone-Powered Laser Beams >>
* “Place cells” discovered in the rat brain >>
* Fusion and Fission/LFTR: Let’s Do Both, Smartly >>

* New MasterCard combines a fingerprint sensor with NFC >>
* A Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor In Three Years? Really? >>
* People Are Property Again [100 Words Into The Future] >>

* Sperm wars: Evolutionary biologist compiles international special issue on sperm competition >>
* Chemists tackle battery overcharge problem >>
* Bio-inspired ‘nano-cocoons’ trick cancer cells into accepting drug delivery >>

* Why your hospital may be unable to prevent spread of Ebola >>
* VIDEO: Ebola vaccine ‘will come too late’ >>
* VIDEO: A look at a new VR eye-tracking helmet >>
* Ebola Q&A: Why Virus Is a Bigger Threat to Health Care Workers >>
* Obama on Ebola: ‘We Can’t Give in to Hysteria’ >>

* Ebola Is ‘Jerking Us Back To The 19th Century’ >>
* Some Fear Ebola Outbreak Could Make Nation Turn to Science >>
* We Screwed Up On Ebola, And Now The Crisis Is Getting Much Worse >>
* Experts Oppose Ebola Travel Ban, Saying It Would Cut Off Worst-Hit Countries >>

* Facebook Can Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Stolen Without Knowing What They Are (FB) >>
* The future of early cancer detection? >>
* Gasoline in the $2.50 per gallon range for 2015 and possibly decades beyond >>
* Cheaper Superconducting Computer Chips >>

* Photos: Secretive X-37B Space Plane’s 3rd Mission for the US Air Force >>
* Virgin Galactic Will Fly Rocket-Powered SpaceShipTwo Test Flights Soon >>
* Seven Must-Read Stories >>

* To Open This Ingenious Lock You’ll Need A Flexible Key >>
* A Future Air-Traffic Control System For Drones Could Use Cellphones >>
* Retina iMac Teardown: New Face, Same Guts >>

* “Hybrid Solar Cells Promise 95% Efficiency” >>
* Put “Congratulations” in Your Facebook Post So More People See It >>
* Fitbit says Force skin irritations were allergies, new wristbands have a warning >>

* Sound-powered chip to serve as medical device >>
* What’s next for Apple? Graham & Baig >>

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