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1 years ago

4GB of storage on a paper clip

" The Data Clip As flash memory chips continue to get smaller the main advantage is more storage in the same space. For example, the 64GB USB stick of today, will hold double or triple that in the same chip space within just a few years. However, there is another advantage to decreasing the size of th... "

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1 years ago

Teaching teens how to breakup Facebook

"   “Face it, Don’t Facebook It” A conference in Boston was held to teach 200 teenagers how to have “healthy breakups”, according to a story in the New York Times. Unsurprisingly, a lot of the discussion revolved around proper Facebook breakup etiquette.   No one seem... "

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1 years ago

Feeling anxious? 5 Scientifically proven relaxation techniques

" Is it time to destress and relax? Everyone gets anxious from time to time: there’s public speaking, job interviews, the dentist and all the rest. For about one in six of us this will cross over into what psychologists term a disorder at some point in our lives. This is when people are almost c... "

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1 years ago

Three radical nation-less visions for the future

" Country living can be a pain. And we’re not talking about the hardships of life in a rural community, we’re talking about the difficulties of living in a country. For all the services and security the social compact buys us, we are forced to pay a price in compromises — something made ... "

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1 years ago

Rethinking the Court of Public Opinion

" Futurist Thomas Frey:  American TV personality Ryan Seacrest has a grim look on his face as he walks briskly across the stage. Turning to the camera, he pauses briefly before saying, “You have heard the arguments, listened to the experts, and seen the photos. But now it is up to you to decide the... "

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1 years ago

Philips LED light wins U.S. Department of Energy’s $10m ‘Lighting Prize’

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1 years ago

Hotels use RFID chips to keep linens from travelling to new destinations

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1 years ago

iPhone 4 and a sensor tattoo creates diabetic blood monitor

" Another iPhone medical breakthrough! Diabetics have a problem dealing with sugar because they don’t produce enough insulin (Type 1) or any insulin that is produced gets no reaction from the person’s cells (Type 2). Treatment is mainly through management of blood sugar levels which if done proper... "

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1 years ago

Wealth gap between whites and minorities widens

" The wealth gaps between whites and minorities have grown to their widest levels in a quarter-century. According to an analysis of new Census data, the recession and uneven recovery have erased decades of minority gains, leaving whites on average with 20 times the net worth of blacks and 18 times tha... "

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1 years ago

Hot enough to….

" Yummy! Bake cookies in a car? You betcha! In Amarillo, the temperatures have soared to over 100 degrees, and about 200 degrees in a closed car. Brittany Nunn of the Amarillo Globe-News baked chocolate chip cookies in her car. They took quite a while to bake, but the car smelled wonderful afterward&#... "

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1 years ago

Akshat Saxena has most fingers and toes: Guinness World Records

" Who’s got the most digits? Count’em up. This young man born with 34 fingers and toes set a Guinness World Record for most digits. Akshat Saxena had seven fingers on each hand and 10 toes on each foot when he was born in India in 2010, a Guinness spokeswoman told The Huffington Post. R... "

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1 years ago

Are daily deals worth it for the businesses?

" Many companies are skeptical about the long-term payoff of daily deals. Daily deals become increasingly popular with consumers.  But, there is conflicting information about whether such offers are worth it for businesses. For some, the payoff does not justify the payout even though others enjoy pr... "

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1 years ago

Is it Vegan? Gelatin made from humans

" Gelatin comes from where!!? It’s one of those truths that you’d rather not know. That bright red, orange, and green gelatin you slurped down as a child is actually made from animals. Vegans avoid it like the plague because it’s derived from the collagen in an animal’s skin an... "

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1 years ago

Android App displays brain waves via wireless headband

" Here’s an experimental app that can measure your brain waves. This wireless device embraces the head, clips onto an earlobe, and measures neural activity and pulse. The results are sent to an gaming app installed on an Android smartphone, which displays graphs and info about the state of the brain... "

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1 years ago

Introducing: Eight Grand Challenges for humanity

" Futurist Thomas Frey: On Sunday I gave the closing keynote at the World Future Society’s “WorldFuture 2011″ event in Vancouver, BC. It was an energized crowd of inspired thinkers from around the globe, and I felt quite honored to be part of this event.   As I took the stage, my goal was to in... "

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1 years ago

QR Code on tombstone creates dynamic memorial

" QR Codes are an inventive way to memorialize a loved one. When Yoav Medan’s mother Judith passed away in June, the Israel-based medical technology executive couldn’t decide what he wanted to write on her tombstone. After deliberating with his family, Medan decided to turn to technology for the a... "

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1 years ago

‘The start-up of you’ – Reinventing yourself in the ever changing job market

"   Employers are looking for people who can invent, adapt and reinvent their jobs every day, in a market that changes faster than ever. The rise in the unemployment rate last month to 9.2 percent has Democrats and Republicans reliably falling back on their respective cure-alls. It is evidence for li... "

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1 years ago

Snails can survive being eaten

" Snails are more resilient then prior thought. Imagine if you ate an animal and then later saw it smiling back at you, unscathed, from the toilet bowl. Something similar happens to birds that eat snails, since new research shows the snails can survive passage through the bird’s digestive trac... "

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1 years ago

Japanese scientists create edible steaks from human feces

" Scientists create steak from poop. Japanese scientists have found a way to create artificial meat from sewage containing human feces. (Video)   Somehow this feels like a Vonnegut plotline: population boom equals food shortage. Solution? Synthesize food from human waste matter. Absurd yes, but Japan... "

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1 years ago

Surveillant Society

" Our perspectives keep changing. One aspect of the Egyptian uprising (among the others, most ongoing) that was overpowered by the wild acclamation of social media is something that has been quietly but powerfully changing societal norms over the last decade. It is simply the inclusion, on almost ever... "

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