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John Nuntiatio29,767#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-14 06:27:36393014CC G+
John Nuntiatio29,767#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-14 06:26:50393033CC G+
John Nuntiatio29,767#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-14 06:26:17393012CC G+
John Nuntiatio29,767#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-14 06:25:52393011CC G+
John Nuntiatio29,767#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-14 06:25:16393204CC G+
Jean-François Durocher3,158I've never shared any circle but I'll try it today. This circle is on that I built over the last month or so of interesting people on G+. Some are popular some are less but I think it's a good idea to give them all a try and see what they can bring to your Google+ experience.Thanks guys for this cool G+ experience. #engagers   #circles   #circle  2014-03-03 20:50:551865312CC G+
John Nuntiatio28,623#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #newcircle #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport #health   #entertainment  #news  2014-03-01 15:15:34459271930CC G+
Scott Lewis119,839*The Amazing Women Circle*So as today's Hangout from +STEM Women on G+ w/ +Jonathan Eisen started, I decided to go back through my "Amazing Women's Circle" and feature the fantastic people that enrich my life, particularly in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. These brilliant women contribute regularly here on +Google+ and are a shining example of how it doesn't matter what sex or gender you are, everyone can do remarkable things.Please feel free to share this about and let me know in the comments if there are more Amazing Women I should add to this group! #STEMWomen   #GenderEquality   #Equality   #ScienceEveryday   #ScienceSunday  2014-02-16 21:06:57103261529CC G+
Fredrik Blanke0This is the amazing Entrepreneurs / Self Employed / CEO Circle!That are also highly active on G+ and interesting to follow.Would love to get some more business owners in this circle. If you are one, comment here to be included with what kinda business you do.If you are in this already, then I hope you will share it along! Great! :)I would like to say a special thanks to:+Amanda Blain+Randy Hilarski+Rob GordonWho helped me create this list of amazing self employed people from all over (I have combined people from their similar circles).I'm constantly searching new business opportunities online, and would love to read more interesting content about small business tips on G+. That is why I have created this circle. Hope you like and share it! :)Conclusion: If you would like to be added to this list you can, but you need to be an entrepreneur or small business owner. Let me know in a comment what type of business! :)1. Add this list2. +13. Comment4. Re-share the list #selfemployed #ceo #business #entrepreneur   #sharedcircles #circleshare #circles #circleoftheday #share  2014-02-06 23:39:1739891414CC G+
Mike Elgan3,022,401Drafting +Renata Sherwin into the League!Click "Add people" below to circle my League of Extraordinary Circle Friends!" (And please SHARE with all your circles!)My Google+ charm offensive continues with the addition of one +Renata Sherwin into the League. Renata was an early Google+ superstar, then mysteriously vanished for awhile. Now she's back, bigger than life, and sharing her world and discoveries. Welcome to the League, Renata!!2014-01-26 18:46:493220625CC G+
John Nuntiatio19,970#sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share 2013-11-26 17:06:3046713517CC G+
Lo Sauer2,493This is a great circle combined of active engagers, creative folks and  some of the best and brightest people on google+. A thank you in this circle-inclusion-shoutout to: +Peter Terren +Michael Műller +Carlos Esteban +Justin Chung +Malthus John +Marta Rauch +Rajini Rao +Katherine Vucicevic +Jonathan Eisen +Mike Allton +Scott Buehler +Mario Falcetti +Zvonimir Fras +Krithika Rangarajan +sridhar krishnan +Joanna Ortynska +Seamus Smyth +Chuck Croll +Michael Schobel +2013-11-19 18:19:4843218317CC G+
John Nuntiatio19,329#sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share 2013-11-17 16:29:574667310CC G+
Francesco Zambelli527#circlesharing   #circleshare   #topengagers   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircles   #sharedcircle   a very good circle is being built... to be included you have to1) share this circle2) +1 to this post3) comment it.2013-11-07 19:36:45198117CC G+
Johnny Huntington0#webdesign #sharedcircles #webdevelopment  Here is a great shared circle of Professional Web Designers.2013-11-04 13:45:45501003CC G+
Rank Kemeng0This is a group of individuals that has personally shared four of my best circle sharing circles in the last month (or so).  They also include a mix of new circle sharers and some that are just trying to learn it for the first time. :) :) :0)They are individuals, to a large degree, that are very interested in not just circle sharing (which is great), but also engaging with you in a meaningful way (which is awesome)!!!Guidelines for Core Multipliers- Share the circle to stay in the circle- Have some fun!- If you are new and want in the circle, share the circle.This is a great group.  Enjoy this circle and have an awesome Thursday!*if you were somehow missed/ not included in the circle, please let me know and it will be corrected on the next share. My apologies ahead of time! :)**For those coming from multiplying circle, we are not inviting new folks here, you can privately message them or ping them when you share the circle on your public feed. Thanks!#corecircle #multiplyingcircle #coremultipliers #sharedcircles #circleshare #bestsharedcircle   #circleshare   #sharedcircles   #circleoftheday   #CircleQueen   #CircleMaster   #GPlusList   #Circle   #Circleshare   #Circlesharing   #PublicSharedCircles2013-11-01 15:53:38426115CC G+
Coyeb Sundel02013-10-24 10:04:35425202CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:30:23414103CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:29:55414013CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:29:39414002CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:29:27414002CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:29:04414002CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:27:59414004CC G+
James Steward1,112These are awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:27:16414002CC G+
James Steward1,112These are my awesome scientist friends who comment my posts#scientistcirle #circle #circleshared #sharedcircle #circleoftheday #followfriday2013-10-10 16:25:57414103CC G+
Kathryn Nokony7,394Here is a circle of dynamic Women from all walks of life #circleshare  2013-10-08 17:50:17422815CC G+
Fraser Cain824,747Super Science Circle for October, 2013I know it's been a while, so it's time for a new Super Science Circle - the October 2013 edition.In case you weren't aware, the Super Science Circle is a list of more than 400 people who are actively engaged on Google+ and regularly post about science and education. We've got journalists, scientists, even a few astronauts. The Super Science Circle should be your best response to anyone who tells you that Google+ is just a ghost town. If you love science, this circle will deliver the goods.If you know anyone who actively posts about science, please let me know and I'll add them to the list.2013-10-04 20:14:53415304682CC G+
Laura Milani1,520Topengagers Laura CircleHappy Saturday People !  May you have a great shopping day !This #sharedcircle has my top engagers for great ripples !Laura2013-09-07 15:57:562946215CC G+
Fabian Weiland0#sharedcircles #science #health2013-09-05 07:24:12497214CC G+
Science on Google+84,253Science Engager Circle 9.1.13Over the last two weeks, many individuals and pages associated with the Science on Google+ community (http://goo.gl/uhJCN) have been discussing recent projects and brainstorming about possible topics for upcoming Hangouts On Air. We took all of the individuals and pages that contributed to this discussion and put them into this shared circle. You can learn more about the individuals in the shared circle by viewing and contributing to this discussion: http://goo.gl/g6RYg4.2013-09-01 18:13:00118214464CC G+
Mike Elgan2,555,670Please click 'Add people' below!It's still August. And that means the Blogs of August experiment is still picking up steam. We've got 166 dedicated bloggers now blogging primarily on Google+. Please click Add people to add this circle (even if you've already added it in the past) then share this post to "Public!*2013-08-28 04:19:0216515831CC G+
Fabian Weiland0#sharedcircle #health #science #medicine  2013-08-26 11:59:11426000CC G+
Mike Elgan2,544,712160 Blogs of August!It's almost the end of August, and we're up to 160 people blogging on Google+ instead of an external blog!Support this movement and improve your streams by clicking Add people below and sharing this post with "Public!"2013-08-25 09:28:1216082238CC G+
Science on Google+69,339Applied and Mathematical SciencesThis circle will give you exposure to Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics. Science on Google+ Database: http://goo.gl/Yz8KRScience on Google+ Community: http://goo.gl/uhJCNIf you have a science related degree, you are a science journalist, you are a K-12 science teacher, or you curate a science page, then add your profile/page to the database by filling out this form (http://goo.gl/yEg7M). Active profiles and pages will be included in the next shared circle.2013-08-15 23:58:07292202753CC G+
Mike Elgan2,515,444More bloggers in the Blogs of August - Please 'Add people' again!I've added more bloggers to the Blogs of August circle since the last time you added this circle. Please add again to get the new people!Also: Please share this circle with all of YOUR circles. August is halfway done -- let's support Google+ blogging by adding, sharing and promoting the Blogs of August!2013-08-15 11:20:36148291535CC G+
Uniikii0Uniikii's networking #sharedcircles  #sharedcircle   #smallbusiness   #businessowners   #CEO   #President   #circlesharing                       #circleshare                       #circles             #circleoftheday               #sharedpubliccircles                   #sharedcircles                       #share               #sharedcircleoftheday                     #sharewithyou                   #circlefriday               #circlethursday                       #followfriday                     #follow                       #followme               #followers                     #followback                 #circle             #googleplus                 #communities             #hangouts               #events         #googleplus             #google             #snowball           #vip         #coolpeople                   #circleshare                   #sharedcircles                 #2013-08-14 15:07:534833010CC G+
Domus Vitae Inc.153Shared Circle of #entrepreneurs  www.domusvitae.ca   #sharedcircle   #smallbusiness   #businessowners   #CEO   #President   #circlesharing                       #circleshare                       #circles             #circleoftheday               #sharedpubliccircles                   #sharedcircles                       #share               #sharedcircleoftheday                     #sharewithyou                   #circlefriday               #circlethursday                       #followfriday                     #follow                       #followme               #followers                     #followback                 #circle             #googleplus                 #communities             #hangouts               #events         #googleplus             #google             #snowball           #vip         #coolpeople                   #circleshare                   2013-08-05 19:31:504824114CC G+
Markos Giannopoulos5,491Geeks rule! // +CircleCount has added a new tag system (see announcement here http://bit.ly/15XaDov). Thousands of profiles have been tagged already, so here are the top (by number of followers) geek-tagged plussers (full list at http://bit.ly/134FoFN) The top ten: 1) +Robert Scoble 2) +Amanda Blain 3) +Darya Pino Rose 4) +Michelle Marie 5) +Brian Matiash 6) +Wick Sakit 7) +Joe Azure 8) +Keith Barrett 9) +Derek Ross 10) +Ahmed Zeeshan  For other rankings see also - Most popular geeks by comments/+1's/shares http://bit.ly/16SAddw- Most engaging geeks http://bit.ly/15XdZYm #circleshare   #circlesunday   #geeks  2013-07-21 15:19:0049018412CC G+
Fraser Cain798,034Super Science Circle, July 2013 EditionNeed more science in your streams? Want to convince a friend that Google+ is a thriving place of science and rational thinking? Then import my Super Science Circle and be amazed at the awesomeness.PLEASE RESHARE THIS CIRCLE... FOR SCIENCE!Every single person in this circle is active on Google+ and regularly contributes high quality posts about science. You've got my personal guarantee.As always, I recommend you import this group into a temporary circle and look for people who match your interests. Then pull them over into more permanent locations in your circles. Or just wait for me to give you an update next month.If you want to be included in this circle, just make a post in the comments and I'll check out your profile.I'm looking for people who:1. Are active on Google+ (but not too active)2. Regularly post about science3. Provide context and additional information, and not just bare links or annoying memes.2013-07-16 18:35:56415235986CC G+
Miguel Rodriguez12,087This people add life to my streamBe it great photographers, writers, marketeers, opinion makers or even cat lovers these folks make the core of the content on my stream.  I can only suggest adding them if you are looking for interesting and original content. Thanks to all of them! #sharedcircles  2013-07-13 05:57:3742218CC G+
Christy Sandhoff12,220from +Mike Elgan ...Get ready for the return of my charm offensive!I haven't added anyone to or promoted my League of Extraordinary Circle Friends circle in a long time. But the Internet's most charming and original crew of engagers is coming back!Here's what you need to know about the League:As a group, they're not the usual suspects.This circle is not tech heavy or filled with celebrities, pundits or people with massive circle counts (people who reach 100k followers are "graduated" out).This is my hand-picked, carefully curated list of people I personally recommend. So here's what I'm asking you to do: 1. Share this post2. Click "Add people" and circle this shared circle3. If you have a circle you share, please add this circle to that circle. 2013-07-11 19:07:5230033CC G+
Mike Elgan2,441,171Get ready for the return of my charm offensive!I haven't added anyone to or promoted my League of Extraordinary Circle Friends circle in a long time. But the Internet's most charming and original crew of engagers is coming back!Here's what you need to know about the League:As a group, they're not the usual suspects.This circle is not tech heavy or filled with celebrities, pundits or people with massive circle counts (people who reach 100k followers are "graduated" out).This is my hand-picked, carefully curated list of people I personally recommend. So here's what I'm asking you to do: 1. Share this post2. Click "Add people" and circle this shared circle3. If you have a circle you share, please add this circle to that circle. 2013-07-11 18:58:02299924CC G+
Max Huijgen46,779The 100 most relevant people on G+ you really should check out. It´s impossible to select the people which contributes most to my experience on G+ so I´ll let Google do the dirty work.These 98 people (and 2 pages I helped founding) are the most relevant ones according to Google´s circle sort so they deserve a spot in the Friday sun.  If you´re not in it, be assured I really enjoy your posts and/or comments. I meet a lot of great people here, but this self imposed limit to 100 is just to make it easier for others to circle the whole bunch and check them out.2013-06-21 19:32:111001281560CC G+
Matthew Shuey6,232Meet Web Developers on Google+This circle contains the top Web Developers, Web Designers, SEOs and Google+ Experts on Google Plus.If anyone would like to be added to this circle please do the following.1. Make sure your profile description mentions that you are either a Web Developer, Web Designer, App Developer, SEO, SMM, or Google Plus Expert.2. Share This Circle Publicly3. Leave a comment confirming your shareHave fun meeting your colleagues.! #webdesign #webdevelopment #seo #googleplus #sharedcircles #sharedcircleoftheday #circleshare #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleday  2013-06-12 15:17:0129912213CC G+
Gideon Rosenblatt28,713Gideon Rosenblatt's Top 100These are the folks Google tells me are my most relevant people (slightly modified to remove people who are relevant, but not active here on Google+).Looking through this list, I can tell you that these are great people full of interesting ideas and engagement. I'm not in the circle here, so I can objectively say that this group is a worthy addition to your circles. Enjoy this group of people - I know I do. They enrich my experience here. Without them, I probably wouldn't still be here today. P.S. - If you got a notification, that means you're in the circle. 2013-06-11 20:53:39100662467CC G+
Paul Christen0If you want to be TOTALLY freaked out, follow this science circle. Its not mine, it was shared by (I think) +Fraser Cain .Man, a  day does not go by that I'm not amazed by the advances in science and technology.2013-06-11 13:54:194095310CC G+
Science on Google+63,417Computer Science CircleView profiles in circle: http://goo.gl/S5I1mLinks to shared circles: http://goo.gl/nO7rBScience on Google+ community: http://goo.gl/mTTxXIf you have a science related degree, you are a science journalist, you are a K-12 science teacher, or you curate a science page, then add your profile/page to the database by filling out this form (http://goo.gl/yEg7M). Active profiles and pages will be included in the next shared circle.2013-06-11 00:04:49701413CC G+
Science on Google+62,910Smokin' Science CircleWe took 500 active profiles from the  +Science on Google+: A Public Database and put them into this circle.  Be careful, this circle is smokin' hot! #scienceeveryday    Don't forget to check out the Science on Google+ Community: http://goo.gl/mTTxXDatabaseSearch Communities: http://goo.gl/RvyezSearch Pages: http://goo.gl/WCohTSearch Profiles: http://goo.gl/Yz8KRAdd Profile or Page to Database: http://goo.gl/yEg7MAdd Community to Database: http://goo.gl/zh0xJ2013-06-06 00:17:11500388275CC G+
Lacerant Plainer46,953Want a better G+ experience? ..... Here is how.... add this circle!My VIP circle of top engagers melded with the circle of people who are my friends, supporters and essentially those who make what G+ is for me.Wonderfully supportive of my writing, posting and most of them are now close friends. When I started out, it was all about engagement, I did not expect so many friends! (I may have missed some people here due to oversight, please just comment and I will rectify it. No sleight is intended).Thank you all for being who you are and for the wonderful time on Googleplus!! Share if you like the circle :) #sharingcircle #vip #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharingiscaring #awesomepeople #awesomesauce #topcircles #circle #circleshare #suggesteduserlist  2013-06-02 05:48:1239026268139CC G+
Fraser Cain779,548Super Science Circle - May 2013 EditionNeed more science in your Google+? Well, here's all the science you can handle! Enjoy my latest, heavily curated edition of the Super Science Circle.Please share this circle... for Science!For the uninitiated, I maintain a circle of 450+ people who are active on Google+ and regularly post on Google+. In this circle you'll find scientists, journalists, astronauts, educators, and science enthusiasts. By importing this circle into your own circles, you'll immediately gain a vibrant and fascinating feed of amazing science stories.I recognize that it might be too much science, so I suggest you create a brand new temporary circle and evaluate the people in the circle. Only transfer the keepers to your permanent circles. Then, when I update the circle next month, rinse and repeat.Are you active on G+ and regularly post about science? +mention me and I'll check out your profile.Remember, please share this post2013-05-22 19:26:51456348390CC G+


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2014-04-23 06:44:28 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)

Plant breeders release first Open Source Seeds

A group of scientists and food activists is launching a campaign Thursday to change the rules that govern seeds. They're releasing 29 new varieties of crops under a new "open source pledge" that's intended to safeguard the ability of farmers, gardeners and plant breeders to share those seeds freely. …

These days, seeds are intellectual property. Some are patented as inventions. You need permission from the patent holder to use them, and you're not supposed to harvest seeds for replanting the next year. …

Sociologist Jack Kloppenburg, also at the University of Wisconsin, has been campaigning against seed patents for 30 years. … He says turning seeds into private property has contributed to the rise of big seed companies that in turn promote ever-bigger, more specialized farms. "The problemis co... more »

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2014-04-22 11:30:05 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)

Signs of dark and shady politics around network security

What bothers me is not that someone found, or even rediscovered, a backdoor to a DSL router. What bothers me is that the backdoor, after being found, seems to be intentionally left open. Now, I don't want to call conspiracy theory unnecessarily, but I'd guess there's quite a bit of network politics behind the decision to intentionally leave the backdoor open.

As to the consequences of owning a product with this backdoor? Well, to make it very simple, put it this way: an attacker could take over your wireless internet, do anything they want with it (even locking you out of your own internet connection), all without your password. On a few conditions: the attacker is smart enough to run a shell script, and either has access to your ISP or is in the vincity of your WLAN network. Sure, that may be better than... more »

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2014-04-18 08:15:42 (14 comments, 2 reshares, 28 +1s)

Idiocy rulez...

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2014-04-14 09:41:58 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 9 +1s)

Data, data everywhere - and which belongs to you?

Open data, ubiquitous technology, and contextual personalized augmentation lead to one very enriched user experience.  This app takes publically available data on webcams and other camerad devices, combines it with your current location, and augments your visual perception of the world with it. The result: data, put in context in real time, letting you make more informed decisions on what behaviour may be acceptable where.

I'm not saying that you should change your behaviour depending on whether a camera is watching or not. But there isn't anything wrong with being more aware about what information is being captured when: at the end of the day, you are responsible for your own data, and with technology moving more and more into everyday applications and locations, from RFID tags on clothing to webcams and Google Glass,... more »

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2014-04-14 07:29:26 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)

That's one way to use augmented reality #ar tech

Pretty Stupid Yet Insanely Cool Smart Phone Ice Cream App!

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2014-04-08 20:30:35 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 14 +1s)

Is this Indian company the Intel of the wearable era?

An Indian startup called Ineda Systems has developed a chip for wearable computers that can run for 30 days without recharging. The company emerged from stealth mode today. And they’ve got some big backers, including Samsung and Qualcomm. 

Join me, plus co-anchor +Jason Howell and guest co-anchor +Natali Morris as we discuss the news of the day, plus interview +Steve Gibson (Gibson Research Corporation) and +Don Clark (The Wall Street Journal). 

Watch now: http://twit.tv/tnt/981

#India   #Ineda   #TechNewsToday   #TNT  

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2014-04-07 07:30:26 (7 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)

Why approaching big data collaboratively leads to big insights

The Financial Times claims, "“Big data” has arrived, but big insights have not." I disagree. Big insights have arrived too, but not along traditional channels. Big insights don't occur in statisticians' reports. Big insights occur in crowdsourced data analyses.

Crowdsourced data analysis occurs in open tools that let leaders put their data into the public - and let anyone have a stab at applying a plethora of analysis techniques to generate visual and statistical analyses. Some of these analyses are more insightful than others; the particularly insightful analyses spark yet others to add more insight to the analyses. This is a collaborative approach to statistical analysis, which matches the collaborative approach that social media paradigm imposes on us. And this is where the real 'biginsi... more »

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2014-04-04 10:49:23 (6 comments, 4 reshares, 19 +1s)

Alchemy for Beginners: How to turn lead into diamond

OK, not quite Lead (Pb), but the Lead commonly known as 'pencil lead' seems to be able to transform into diamond when sandwiched between suitable base (like Platinum) and Hydrogen. Now we can drive the cost of diamonds down, and expect diamonds to show up in more industrial applications - or why not, maybe even household applications. After all, nothing is sharper than a diamond knife!

Why it works

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They found that hydrogen binding initiated a domino effect, with structural changes propagating from the sample’s surface through all the carbon layers underneath, turning the initial graphite-like structure of planar carbon sheets into an arrangement of carbon atoms that resembles diamond ... [T]he scientists discovered that hydrogen binding resulted in the formation ofc... more »

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2014-04-04 09:05:07 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)

The Problem with Closed Cloud Technology

What happens when you use an integrated cloud service that has a non-standard API? As long as business is doing well, things are fine. But when that service decides to call it quits, it certainly raises a wave of implications with it.

We need open data exchange protocols with closed data exchange transmissions

What we really need to get away from this and to allow businesses the flexibility they need - eliminating the lock-in - is industry to agree to use open data exchange protocols. The protocols themselves need to be open to allow cloud services in a well-designed system to be modular and subsitutable / pluggable. Unfortunately, this is something very few companies want to do: it means that their customers could switch to another provider more easily.

Perhaps it is time for competitors - particularly... more »

2014-04-03 13:50:30 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Translation issues...

... sorry to say, but some of the translations are very bad. (I think maybe you used an auto-translate tool?) This is particularly bad for a lot of texts; is there a possibility to change it?

(I can work directly with a strings file, this is probably easiest)

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2014-04-02 10:16:15 (7 comments, 1 reshares, 11 +1s)

Sociotechnological implications: Levelling the Stock Market Playing Field
Unifying the very small and the very large

Ever wonder how high-speed trading gets people rich? It's a very simple algorithm, really, and can be beat by an ingeniously simple solution:
1) Watch for a 'slow' buy order coming from a real person
2) Issue the same order at another exchange before the first trade is executed
3) Now you've driven the price up a few cents, so wait a few milliseconds until the 'slow' trade is filled, and then issue a sell order.

The advantage lies in the network fibres: The algorithm assumes that their high-speed fibre will get the order to another exchange before your order gets there on the 'slow' cables.

Now the solution: send the same order with a slight time delay to all the exchanges, so that they arrive at the... more »

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2014-04-02 07:38:31 (0 comments, 10 reshares, 17 +1s)

Reverse Arrow Optical Illusion

Look Mah; I can do magic! This is a nice experiment to do with the kids. 

This is simply a demo of refraction: bending of light. #scienceeveryday  

A whimsical example: 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/113881433443048137993/posts/MgCxqhMsngq

Sources:
Gif extracted from: http://youtu.be/G303o8pJzls
Physics Central info on Refraction: http://thekidshouldseethis.com/post/79356632627

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2014-04-01 04:28:31 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 8 +1s)

Driving change starts from within

The transformation that the Surui tribe went through is a prime example demonstrating how technology and culture drive change. It also begs the question, what allowed the tribe to make sense of foreign contact as quickly as it did?

I think the power lies in how the tribe motivated its members to adopt change - and how this motivation drove mobilization, rapid discussion, and collaboration to contribute to a survival strategy while simultaneously not dampening passionate members from branching out to address other aspects of tribal life. This is something that in many cases in business life is dampened by politics - and who is ready to turn political tables upside down when they are no longer effective?

I also find that the change driven by technology provides a very interesting transformation in the indiginous society: their societal... more »

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2014-03-31 11:51:33 (8 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)

Dirk Talamasca

I just found out that my friend and Google+ cohort +Dirk Talamasca has passed away. Its caught me off guard and I can't think straight right now.

I'll miss you man, Google+ misses you.

#ripdirktalamasca

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2014-03-29 04:02:16 (3 comments, 11 reshares, 17 +1s)

Learning 2.0: A personal quest to embrace change

There are a few key insights that this particular video highlights about learning: it is a personal quest, it is a subconscious process, and it is about changing yourself.

"When you get turned on in the right context, there's no stopping."
- +john seely brown

Learning is motivated by a passionate and competitive atmosphere - the same passion and competition that drives questing in gaming or sport. This is different from person to person, but common interests build communities of practice where groups of persons collaborate to analyse their common activity and change their current ability for the better - achieve progress - in that interst, be it science, World of Warcraft, or surfing. So motivating learning is a process of cultivating intrinsic motivation and personal interest.

Further,... more »

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2014-03-25 11:19:53 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)

A Complete Guide to the NOD3x Dashboard

This is the first in a series of articles detailing exactly what NOD3x can tell you. 

This article reviews the nine modules that you see within the real-time infographic dashboard that provides the answers to the 5W's:

 - Who = who's taking about this topic?
 - What = what are they specifically saying?
 - Why = why are they talking about it?
 - Where = where are they talking about it?
 - When = when are they most likely to talk about it?

Armed with this information alone you'll be well on your way to answering those questions that would normally take many hours to do manually.

Read the full article -> http://ndx.io/NOD3x-Dashboard

Pin it on Pinterest for later -> http://ndx.io/1ptUeRa

#socialnetworkanalysis    #data  #visualis... more »

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2014-03-24 13:55:44 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 12 +1s)

Exercise: Why does it make you happy?

A bit older, but this linked article is an excellent description on why you feel happier after you exercise.

Nutshell explanation
Exercise has a calming effect on your brain: exercising causes physical stress on your body, and to fight stress, your brain produces endomorphins and BDNF (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor) proteins. Endomorphins block pain and create a feeling of euphoria. BDNF repairs memory neurons, and resets them - making you feel more relaxed, rested, and happier.

So effective exercise isn't just going to a fitness studio to burn calories, and compensate for the lack of movement throughout the day. Effective exercise is a focus period to allow your brain to chill out - and get rid of the stress it's built up over the course of your day. Making your mind and body fit at the same time is a... more »

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2014-03-24 13:09:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

Introducing Cell-Machine Interfaces

What happens if technology and biology could seemlessly communicate? And I mean seamlessly - no wired implantations, but biological implantations capable of converting wireless signals from, say, your overhead lights, to human stimuli, say triggering antibody production?

That's what these fancy new E.Coli do. Yes, they're organic. And they are modified to be able to convert environmental signals, like electricy or light, into chemical signals, in this case to controle the rate of production of curli fibers in the E. Coli. That allows the network of modified E.Coli to build complex, controlled nanostructures.

That's like a swarm of tiny microprinters creating a complex structure.With some further development, you may be able to teach those microprinters to recreate bone in-vitro. Or maybe even more complicated organs,... more »

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2014-03-18 20:43:15 (9 comments, 12 reshares, 32 +1s)

Robots are taking over the role of reporting news, especially when it comes to the type of news that is based on merely being the bringers of news.

One example from yesterday was an article about the earthquake in LA, which was covered in this story, written entirely by a computer: http://goo.gl/TfNw8a ... and compared to so many other stories, I actually find this to be one of the best. Especially if you compare it to articles like this one from the Associated Press, which is filled with irrelevant fluff: http://goo.gl/L6eNkx

What possible value does it have to send out a journalist to get eyewitness reports like this: "My dog got out of bed, and she came looking for me," Smith said. "She was shivering terribly."

But how good is automatic software-based reporting really? The answer is very, very good... at least according to a new study from Sweden.... more »

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2014-03-18 05:45:38 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)

Designing change

"... when you are building a social adoption plan, don’t just think about the behaviour changes you need employees to make, but think about how you are going to help them to change the habits that drive their current behaviour."

Effective change isn't just about optimization. Effective change is about making people feel happier: they change because they have a supportive environment and motivation to transit from a less desirable to a more desirable behaviour.

This could be in context of a less healthy to a more healthy habit: Installing an electric keyboard into a metro stairway brought passers-by to climb the stairs instead of taking the escalator. It could also be in terms of expanding your own literacy: following certain people on Google+ (or even some other network) keeps you up to speed on the latest developments in Androidt... more »

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2014-03-15 06:00:42 (3 comments, 3 reshares, 12 +1s)

Evolving platforms are the ubiquitous future of computing

The future of computing lies in platforms being able to constantly evolve - that is the current boom in todays industry, and a transformation that reaches far beyond the software industry. It is merely the technological support for information analysis and processing, and has potential to grow to adapt to increasingly complex models and changing standards as well as new sorts of input data sources - and perhaps one day also our minds. This complex information network can only be competitively sustained by adaptable service platforms, which is the reason for their strategic significance today and also in the future.

/via +Gregory Esau 

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2014-03-14 03:40:24 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)

W3C joins the Internet Bill of Rights Bandwagon

The latest trend is technology companies and consortiums all wanting to motivate an "Internet Bill of Rights" to protect, among other things, the freedom to information exchange over digital media, and the right to privacy in the digital sphere. Google launched a similar campaign in celebration of the Internet's 25th anniversary recently, and the linked effort is spearheaded by the W3C.

What's missing now, of course, is getting all of these organizations to work together - and bringing governments worldwide to cooperate in the interests of their citizens. Assuming that citizen rights is still a priority.

/via +Jeff Sayre 

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2014-03-04 08:50:07 (9 comments, 4 reshares, 9 +1s)

Technology: What makes a justifiable use case?

Spritz is a very interesting application. Although I agree that it does have some very useful uses - especially on limited-screen personal mobile devices such as Pebble or other SmartWatches, its application to speed up conventional reading may be less than appropriate, even when effective. And undoubtedly, it is not the only technology that may bring unintentional consequences with it in the process of bringing out some benefit.

How Spritz works
Conventional reading: When reading, only around 20% of your time is spent processing content. The remaining 80% is spent physically moving your eyes from word to word...

Spritz does two things differently: it lines up the optimal recognition point of words, and flashes words to the reader according to the rhythm of reading, which includes natural pauses.
... more »

2014-03-03 16:37:19 (15 comments, 2 reshares, 10 +1s)

Hunting for primes

Do you know how large the gap between two prime numbers is, when like heading off to infinity? No? Well, you're not alone. The closest thing there is to that is Cramer's conjecture - an unproven formulation. But a few Spanish researchers at the University of Barcelona have found a probability model which seems to follow reality very closely. It may give us some additional insight into how prime numbers (and our number system) operate, and to the fundaments of mathematics.

Dirty details in the paper on arxiv.
http://arxiv.org/pdf/1402.3612v1.pdf

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2014-02-27 17:06:31 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 16 +1s)

5 Ways Google+ is Like the Matrix and How to See the Social World for What it Really Is
Choose the red pill.

When I work inside Google+, I can't help but draw similarities to The Matrix. It's the layering of services and integration with almost every aspect of my digital life. 

I also think this analogy helps us to better understand what Google+ is and it's place in the social world. Here are :5 Ways Google+ is Like The Matrix:*

1)  Residual Self Image - The first time Neo enters the Matrix he's dressed sloppily and looks like a bum next to the sharp dressed Morpheus. Morpheus explains how the Matrix creates a Residual Self Image based on our own belief in how we look. 

Lesson: You become who you believe yourself to be. If you've been following +Vincent Messina's transformation you'll see just as Neo did the secondti... more »

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2014-02-24 14:56:58 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

5G: When can it deliver on its promises?

Europe's digital future is supposed to be "Connected, open and secure" (Neelie Kroes at the World Economic Forum, 2014). Nice words, but what does that mean in practice? There are huge milestones, and there are quite a few major hurdles to get there. Technologically, I'm sure we'll have technology available - and with sufficient and targeted subsidies, also enough market - to push ubiquitous computing into the growing status quo within the next five years. But I'm not sure whether policy will catch up: the current working groups seem heavily technology-focused, and public policy has not reached any major positive progress milestones in the past year. If anything, with national governments poised to start walling up the internet, we seem to have more negative progress than anything else. And then, there is the even larger... more »

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2014-02-19 12:07:10 (1 comments, 4 reshares, 9 +1s)

The tip of the iceberg: Metadata is transforming the digital world

If nothing else, this infographic makes one thing clear:_ the amount of metadata transmitted with an electronic communication is ernormous,_  and potentially contains more information than you may expect: the little red box at the top represents the up to 140 characters that a user can tweet on twitter. The rest is other information attached to the tweet.

There are a few areas where metadata is particularly relevant, and they are all related to adding context and enabling technology to make connections between different subjects. For example, digital smartphone photos of landmarks can be automatically sorted based on geotags in the image metadata. Google parses emails from Amazon to directly link to the package tracking system which shows the status of your order. And soon, metadata from your various devices,... more »

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2014-02-19 12:05:56 (9 comments, 38 reshares, 33 +1s)

The tip of the iceberg: Metadata is transforming the digital world

If nothing else, this infographic makes one thing clear:_ the amount of metadata transmitted with an electronic communication is ernormous,_  and potentially contains more information than you may expect: the little red box at the top represents the up to 140 characters that a user can tweet on twitter. The rest is other information attached to the tweet.

There are a few areas where metadata is particularly relevant, and they are all related to adding context and enabling technology to make connections between different subjects. For example, digital smartphone photos of landmarks can be automatically sorted based on geotags in the image metadata. Google parses emails from Amazon to directly link to the package tracking system which shows the status of your order. And soon, metadata from your various devices,... more »

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2014-02-13 04:58:54 (9 comments, 18 reshares, 40 +1s)

Hemingway Helps Make You a Better Writer

This is simply brilliant...and so simple to use. 

Just paste anything you've written into http://www.hemingwayapp.com/ and Hemingway highlights common mistakes that can make your writing less clear and concise.

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2014-02-12 00:44:04 (12 comments, 9 reshares, 18 +1s)

Oops... Windows security compromised

Locked out of Windows? Have no fear, you can reset your password all by yourself with a handy little utility and a Linux Live CD.

Not just that, but this handy little utility happens to be LGPL and has considerably more information about the Windows Registry and Security file structure than you'll find anywhere else on the web, in a very readable format.

Looks like Windows security is still in the state-of-art that it was in 3.1. Maybe time for a little catchup, Microsoft?

/via +David Kokua 

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2014-02-10 12:54:25 (5 comments, 3 reshares, 16 +1s)

Do you think that Biofields exist?
NASA is looking at them more closely

According to this article, NASA is looking at building two devices together with cooperation partners.

BioReplicates: surface wound closure
The first device is a self-healing 3D skin replicator. Consider it a fancy version of an organic 3D-printer.

Scionic: stimulate painkiller production
This second device is far more interesting. It uses electrical signals to stimulate painkiller production. This technology is similar to the Russian Scenar device, which already does the same thing.

What exactly is Scenar?
To quote the Daily Mail, "Called Scenar, the device uses a mild electrical signal that’s placed over a person’s skin on areas of pain. Dermal nerve receptors in the skin send these signals through the central nervous system to thebra... more »

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2014-02-09 03:53:49 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 13 +1s)

The most meaningful way to compare wages across countries or regions is always to compare them against the local cost of living. This can be complicated, because it isn't always easy to define what a basic living package is: people eat different foods in different areas, have different transport needs, and so on. (For example, if you live in a place where you need a car to get to your job, that car is going to be part of your most minimal cost of living -- but if you can walk or train to work, it isn't) Likewise, there are some goods which simply aren't available everywhere, like clean water.

So this chart, despite being a quick piece of work by someone, is actually surprisingly informative. Beer is something which is available and commonly consumed around the world, (with a few notable exceptions like Utah and Saudi Arabia) and it takes up roughly the same role in the dietary... more »

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2014-02-05 11:48:28 (7 comments, 3 reshares, 14 +1s)

Fair trade, fair phones: putting people first

Look at +Sasha Matijasic's new phone! I am certainly looking forward to reading his review. ;)

What makes Fairphone special
Fairphone - a smartphone with good technical specifications and built using a humane production chain. That means conflict-free resources, humane pay and working conditions, open hardware, open software, as little monopolized aspects as possible, and as much modularity as possible. Even a list of where the expenses go, down to where each component comes from (though without a numerical cost breakdown for each component, sadly) are available on their website. That's an impressive amount of transparency!

The specs
Quoting their website, here are the specs:
 - Dragontrail glass: Ultra thin and light; super durable and scratch-resistant
 - Mediatek 6589Mc... more »

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2014-02-04 11:29:50 (2 comments, 3 reshares, 16 +1s)

Mitsubishi & Hitachi attack GE and Siemens #energy
Hitachi and Mitsubishi have launched a 23,000 person joint venture in the thermal power equipment market called Hitachi Mitsubishi Power Systems. They will compete more effectively with global giants GE and Siemens and in foreign tenders on gas turbines, turbine steam boilers, generators or fuel cells. "We aim to take a prominent place on the global market for thermal power equipment thanks to the many technologies and wide range of products of the two groups" said a spokesman for Hitachi Mitsubishi Power Systems.

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2014-01-29 17:41:09 (4 comments, 5 reshares, 21 +1s)

Diagnosing Alzheimer's 20 years before its onset

Dr. Keith Black has developed an early diagnostic test for Alzheimer's that could catch the disease 20 years before it begins damaging cognitive function. The simple test could be widely used at eye exams, allowing 50 or 60 year olds to know if they're developing Alzheimer's and to take simple actions that will delay the onset of the disease by 10 to 15 years.

Watch the video: http://goo.gl/I5Pw1I #AHealthyFuture

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2014-01-27 10:36:15 (12 comments, 6 reshares, 26 +1s)

Game-winning neural network creators head over to Google

This particular algorithm is fascinating not just because it outperforms all other known neural networks on the given tasks, but because the same algorithm performs well on more than just one game. That is: it isn't restricted to strong performance on just one game, and its input actions can be extended at will (they are theoretically not just limited to the buttons on the Atari console). The algorithm is fairly simple, and the learning curve stabilizes already before 100 training epochs - which is quite impressive for the algorithm.

No wonder why Google is buying DeepMind Technologies, the company behind this feat. It'll be interesting to see what Google does with them, or rather what they end up doing for Google...

/via +Russ Abbott 

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2014-01-25 00:23:35 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)

Bringing movement back into modern lifestyles

We humans are increasingly immobile: we spend most of our day sitting, which is linked to quite a lot of chronic health problems today. But how can we reduce these problems, without sacrificing our current productivity? One potential answer comes from the laboratories during the enlightenment: they did not include chairs for their researchers. The scientists had to stand.

Reintroducing standing into working life appears to have some impact on at least some of the chronic symptoms linked with too much sitting - more than an ergonomic chair and workspace does. A relatively small change, but one with a potentially profound impact, in particular when introduced during childhood. Paired with some form of workout activity in your daily lifestyle, perhaps this could help alleviate your chances of suffering due to physical immobility. It... more »

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2014-01-24 11:02:20 (0 comments, 10 reshares, 19 +1s)

Do you know how much damage the lack of movement has on your body?

By no means complete, but this infographic is a great starting description on what you are doing to yourself by sitting down: you are introducing yourself to chronic health problems. Do you spend most of your day sitting? If so, do you know what you are doing to yourself?

The human body is designed to take different postures for different activities:
 - Normal posture: upright
 - Short rest: sitting
 - Long rest: lying down

Note that 'normal posture' is not 'sitting'. That means most of the day should be spent standing, and at best walking or running or in some other sort of moving state. Prolongued sitting doesn't just lead to muscle deterioration and muscle strain. It has also been linked to a host of other chronic illnesses such as osteoperosis, certaincan... more »

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2014-01-23 19:05:43 (15 comments, 4 reshares, 14 +1s)

Why experts will never go away

I will counter this long rant and claim that while everyone is entitled to teach themselves enough to be an expert or to ask an AI expert system, experts still will not go away. And for a very simple reason: we all enjoy different things, and we tend to learn more in our fields of interest than in other, new fields and thus develop a natural tendency towards expertise.

/via +Jeff Sayre 

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2014-01-21 22:31:08 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)

Sodium and Chlorine Combined Into Compound Textbooks Say Can't Happen

Researchers at Stony Brook University have come up with a way to combine Sodium and Chlorine, the constituents of common table salt, in ways that your old chemistry textbook says cannot be.  Remember that Sodium has only one electron in the outermost shell, and Chlorine has 7 electrons in its outermost shell.  

Sodium’s charge is +1, chlorine’s charge is -1; sodium will give away an electron, chlorine wants to take an electron. According to chemistry texts and common sense, the only possible combination of these atoms in a compound is 1:1—rock salt, or NaCl.  ⓐ

The international team of researchers led by Artem R. Oganov, a Professor of Crystallography at Stony Brook University, predicted that taking table salt and subjecting it to high pressure in the presence of an excess of one ofits constit... more »

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2014-01-20 13:58:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

#programming  

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2014-01-20 12:59:24 (12 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)

Do you know what you are eating?

Look at the ingredient list of these posters, very carefully. Do you know what is in your food? Would you eat it? Then look again - they are natural foods. They contain chemical compounds by nature - and that makes sense. In the end, everything is made up of atoms. So there shouldn't be a fear of chemicals in your food. Or should there?

There is validity to the common fear about "unnatural" food additives. Food additives do have an impact on human health, and more often than not, a negative one. However, the impact is not necessarily due to the additive alone, but a combination of factors - the amount of additive you consume in proportion to other nutrients, your lifestyle, and the type of foods you eat.

One of the problems in modern nutrition is acidosis - where the amount of acids consumed exceeds the amount of bases... more »

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2014-01-20 10:59:29 (4 comments, 3 reshares, 11 +1s)

Subtlest #rickroll I've ever seen!


Originally tweeted by Tim Minchin ‏@timminchin- Bit of quantum physics via @IFLScience pic.twitter.com/ms9kTYhAaK

2014-01-18 06:25:35 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 10 +1s)

Smart contact lenses

What do you think contact lenses are for? Improving eyesight? Think again. They could do a lot more. These prototypical lenses from Google monitor glucose levels every second and transmit them to a nearby device via a tiny integrated wireless chip. Other prototypical contact lenses from other research institutes have demonstrated tiny embedded displays, for example flashing a letter or character over the user's typical vision. The future of contact lenses is, to say the least, highly integrated.

There are of course challenges with this sort of device. Where does it get its power from? Does the power source, or the wireless signal, have an impact on the wearer's health? And of course, is the claimed functionality valuable enough to provide the user with something valuable? How much will these lenses end up costing, and can the production price be... more »

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2014-01-15 08:42:03 (8 comments, 11 reshares, 14 +1s)

Bringing online credit card purchase security up to date

Credit cards are one of the most ancient and insecure payment methods available. Almost every other online financial transaction has moved on - knowing a pair of numbers that are the same for every purchase isn't enough to send a wire transfer here; you need a one-time, transaction-specific number (e.g. a mobile transaction number, or a generated one based on some hardware security device).  Logging on to an account can require two-step authentication, at least for some providers. But credit cards? All the information you need for an online transaction is right there, on one single piece of plastic. Or on one single database.

The solution - of one-time-use credit cards - is a big step towards making credit card online purchases more secure and less traceable. But at the same time: this system is limited to a finite... more »

2014-01-08 03:47:34 (9 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)

Fitness is a societal problem

Additional information: percent of teens who qualify as fit have dropped 80 percent in the last generation. (number not verified). We have a societal problem that fitness is not a priority. I am startled by the number of young hunchbacks I see on the streets. It can't b we that bad that fast, can it? And how can we motivate youth about their own fitness?

http://m.medicalxpress.com/news/2014-01-teenagers-heart-life.html

#Health

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2013-12-25 07:50:14 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)

Merry Christmas

Wishing all a merry christmas - and a little forgiveness that I will not be posting for a few days! My mobile had an encounter with rainwater and isnt doing too well. the battery on my backup is now almost dead, and soon i will have no internet until my replacement arrives. a very good reason p enjoy an analog holiday with no internet, no phone, and no comectivity - and with the fridge unthawing now and the oven not working, no electricity usage. this will be fun - and actually nothing unusual except the daily cheer from all of you missing. see you in a bit!

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2013-12-23 18:26:54 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)

Santa arrived!

:) And just in Time so that we can dish out soup tomorrow with a ladle instead of a spoon. Thank you very much, +Kellya Clanzig !

#SecretSanta

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2013-12-18 11:57:10 (9 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)

Where science doesn't have all the answers yet
On pain and alternative medicine

This post is dedicated to +Didier Greusard, who left a comment about eliminating pain, asserting that it should be possible, but without a clear explaination on why.

There are some branches of alternative medicine that provably work., like acupuncture. And they aren't explainable by science (at least, not today). But I am sure that one day, they will have their explaination too. These gaps suggest that there's space for improvement: there are holes in our understanding of how the body percieves pain, and some missing links in the classical explanation of electrical nerve-signal- and chemical hormone-cocktail-driven emotions.

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2013-12-17 09:23:33 (11 comments, 2 reshares, 14 +1s)

Shutting the door to Shodan is the wrong thing to do

To quote +Randy Resnick 's introduction:
Shodan, “the scariest search engine on the Internet” according to CNN Money, is a search engine scouring the Internet looking for servers, webcams, printers, routers and all the other devices that are connected to, and make up, the Internet of Things.

But, why this is scary? This sort of capability is not something new.  It's not a risk that hasn't been there before, and it's not a risk that is unknown to anyone in security. It's no secret that mobile devices are the most insecure and powerful ubiquitous computational devices around at the moment. 

The internet is going to become a more and more integrated Internet of Things. This change is going to happen. There will be more search engines, not just Shodan, because this information isnecess... more »

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