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Shane Pitre has been shared in 124 public circles

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Becky Collins13,898Beer. Bacon. Music Circle :Circle of very #social #engagerspeople and companiesTo be included in my shares (#sharedcircle), be so kind to:1 - Do +1 t the post2 - Comment the post and specify your "category" (job or interest) Ex: Fashion, SEO, Companies, Social Media Marketing, Sailing, Photography, Bloggers/Writers, Web graphics and design, Italy, Artists, Sport, Finance/Economy ...3 - include the circle among your circles4 - share the circle (include yourself)Improve your popularity, be social be cool !Keep yourself updated, enjoy the Shared Circles Hellenic Alliance, you can share your shared circles inside the upcoming Community:https://plus.google.com/communities/112552559573595396104  #socialmedia  #media  #circles   #circleshare   #circlesharing  #circlecircle   #beckyscircle   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles  #sharedcircleoftheday  +Becky Collins ?2014-08-02 05:13:064684210CC G+
John Nuntiatio36,016#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #bestcircle #news   #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport #small   #smallcircle 2014-05-09 10:13:25362667CC G+
John Nuntiatio34,173#circles #share #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #bestcircle #news 2014-04-20 08:16:45245287CC G+
John Nuntiatio33,831#circles #share #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #bestcircle #news 2014-04-17 06:46:35484348CC G+
steph wanamaker101,611#followfriday  this is my canadian circle!2014-04-11 20:22:2818340446CC G+
John Nuntiatio30,616#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-21 20:51:17491000CC G+
John Nuntiatio30,616#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-21 20:50:27491001CC G+
John Nuntiatio30,616#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-21 20:49:43491004CC G+
John Nuntiatio30,616#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-21 20:49:15491022CC G+
John Nuntiatio30,616#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-03-21 20:48:03491527CC G+
Scott Dawson7,006I just had a Hangout with +Jackson Middleton and he complained that I never include him in any of my  #sharedcircles . So.......Here's my Circle of Canadians to share with all of you, which includes my Kilt wearing buddy from Saskatchewan.2014-03-09 23:50:38107028CC G+
Scott Dawson6,930Oh Canada! Here's a Circle of Canadians on Google+. There's obviously a ton more Canadians on Google+ than what's in this Circle, so if you know of anyone that should be added please tag them in the comments so I can include them.h/t to +steph wanamaker for originally sharing this Circle with me. 2014-03-07 14:18:221042110CC G+
Nina Pelletier16,409Thought today would be a good day to share my Canadian Circle .  Some of the very best Canucks are right here on G+ with us :)2014-01-25 19:12:58471215CC G+
steph wanamaker97,908#followfriday  this is my canadian circle !2014-01-17 19:36:059619529CC G+
John Nuntiatio24,505#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport2014-01-16 15:52:02422629CC G+
CircleCount65,040The Cream of the Crop of November 2013What's this?On +CircleCount everyday some very interesting persons are chosen and recommended. These are persons without hundreds of thousands of followers but with a lot of interesting content. You won't find silent people here leading the rankings, but interesting people that are worth to be followed.You can find the Cream of the Crop daily here:http://www.circlecount.com/daily/Past Cream of the Crop Circles:October 2013: http://goo.gl/mx3CiGSeptember 2013: http://goo.gl/QOAm4GAugust 2013: http://goo.gl/N9kupHJuly 2013: http://goo.gl/mZ7XQJJune 2013: http://goo.gl/M900eMMay 2013: http://goo.gl/pfYlQApril 2013: http://goo.gl/C792kMarch 2013: http://goo.gl/WSKjUFebruary 2013: http://goo.gl/vsfGqJanuary 2013: http://goo.gl/xiuMuDecember 2012: http://goo.gl/bPL5KNovember 2012: http://goo.gl/LSQjcOctober 2012: http://goo.gl/ohdceSeptember 2012: http://goo.gl/ie3VNAugust 2012: http://goo.gl/5vUUPJuly 2012: http://goo.gl/oAemEJune 2012: http://goo.gl/YZt1yMay 2012: http://goo.gl/4Tq43April 2012: http://goo.gl/NvbKjMarch 2012: http://goo.gl/3auLoFebruary 2012: http://goo.gl/TWYpKJanuary 2012: http://goo.gl/HBdHbDecember 2011: http://goo.gl/RBCpgNovember 2011: http://goo.gl/x6TJkOctober 2011: http://goo.gl/2xVn92013-12-03 13:21:56296282955CC G+
Jan Havrda20,092Sediment.Google+ guys so old, dinosaurs redden.2013-11-15 00:01:5020620525CC G+
Brian Buckley24,515Sharing September's Stupendous CirclersOnce a month I share a circle of the most awesome folks I have in my circles. It's my way of saying thanks for all of the love they have shown me in the past thirty days or so.A great group of people and I think you should all add this great group to your circles.#sharedcircles #circleshare #engagment #engagers 2013-09-29 19:23:244759314CC G+
Brian Buckley24,515Sharing September's Stupendous CirclersOnce a month I share a circle of the most awesome folks I have in my circles. It's my way of saying thanks for all of the love they have shown me in the past thirty days or so.A great group of people and I think you should all add this great group to your circles.#sharedcircles #circleshare #engagment #engagers 2013-09-29 19:22:24475129CC G+
Brian Buckley24,515Sharing September's Stupendous CirclersOnce a month I share a circle of the most awesome folks I have in my circles. It's my way of saying thanks for all of the love they have shown me in the past thirty days or so.A great group of people and I think you should all add this great group to your circles. #sharedcircles   #circleshare   #engagment   #engagers  2013-09-29 19:21:34475561749CC G+
Marcello Quattrini421#toronto   #sharedcircle   #circleshare   #canada   #ontario  2013-09-13 12:35:0380000CC G+
Jane Ellen43,979It's me again, Margaret.Re-posting some circles for my pals who are new to G+.  This one is called General Nerdage.  I don't recall who created it.  But the title works :) #circleshare   #nerds   #fun   #sharedcircles  2013-09-06 17:21:2831415CC G+
Brian Buckley20,078Sharing My Most Awesome FriendsThis is a great circle. I have a two way relationship with each member of this circle. They all belong here either because of their online interactions, their leadership here on google+, or both.You won't find a collection like this anywhere else. Add the circle, and feel free to share it. Next month I'll do it all over again. Here is a link to the public post of this shared circle: http://goo.gl/xKx9l8#circleshare   #followfriday  2013-08-24 01:07:013964513CC G+
Matilde Mar639The Ultimate Shared Circle Part II►Hand-picked awesome plussers!►No blue heads, no spammers, no boring stuff!►If you're a newbie (or not), add this circle (and Part I) for a stream full of great content!Feel free to add and share!If you've been notified means you're included in this circle of awesomeness :)2013-08-09 22:39:20400231220CC G+
Brian Buckley16,654Sharing My Circle of Awesomeness For July Hello everyone. It's July 31 and time for me to share my monthly circle of awesomeness. These are the people who are there for me for interaction, inspiration, instruction, and friendship. How do you get / stay in this circle? Just keep being yourselves. You can't buy, bargain, or cajole your way in. If you are a member it's because you are one of highest ranking people in my circles by relevance.If are in this circle. I want to thank you, thank you, thank you for the past month. It's been a lot of fun. Let's keep it up.To anyone looking to add awesome people to your circles this is a the circle to add. There are some familiar experienced faced here, but there are also a lot of new faces who don't show up in every other shared circle. Also, this is a blue-head free zone, and there are very few if any pages in this one.Circle them up! Can't wait for August!#circleshare   #sharedcircles   #awesomepeople   #awesome2013-07-31 15:11:463401372959CC G+
Jan Havrda15,046This is Absolute CircleOriginally collected by #MoanLisa  aka +Maria Morisot and slightly modified, these are very special G+ folks. #AbsoluteCircle   #Absolute   #Circle  2013-07-29 20:16:442513313CC G+
Brian Buckley12,022Sharing June's Circle of AwesomenessI am sharing my monthly circle of the most awesome folks I have in my circles. Many of them are new friends that I have made this month. Those people, like everyone in this circle, are here because they engage and/or provide leadership here on Google Plus. A good blend of established folks and up and comers.Thank you all for your contributions to my posts and to google+ community as a whole!Enjoy and circle them up! #circleshare   #awesomepeople  2013-06-30 16:08:2139518741126CC G+
Brian Buckley8,873Sharing My Circle of Awesomeness for MayHere they are. These people have rocked my world in May by sharing, helping, supporting, and leading. Thanks to you all. #circleshare   #followfriday  2013-06-01 02:42:18298792369CC G+
Brian Buckley8,772Sharing My Circle of Awesomeness for MayHere they are. These people have rocked my world in May by sharing, helping, supporting, and leading. Thanks to you all. #circleshare   #followfriday  2013-05-31 16:49:5029923516CC G+
Martin Kerruish3,619O Canada!Our home and native land!True patriot love in all thy sons command.With glowing hearts we see thee rise,The True North strong and free!From far and wide,O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.God keep our land glorious and free!O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.*************************************O Canada! Terre de nos aïeux,Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux!Car ton bras sait porter l'épée,Il sait porter la croix!Ton histoire est une épopéeDes plus brillants exploits.Et ta valeur, de foi trempée,Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.#Canada #TrueNorth #sharedcircles #GreatWhiteNorth2013-05-22 02:16:17496300CC G+
Shawna Mac22,734Canadian Circle Share - Evening EditionHappy Friday!  Last week there were a few Canadian circle shares and I was circled by a bunch of new Canucks, so I'm sharing mine this week as it is brimming with fresh, active Canadians and will help those new to G+ get some great content in their streams.  Slight emphasis on Nova Scotians mebbe.If you are a Canadian or a new circler and want me to add you, please comment below and I shall be happy to do so (but please have your about me filled out with something other than Viagra ads!)I <3 my Canadians (and I'm notifying you so you know where all the new people are coming from)#Canada #Canadiana #NovaScotia #circleshare #circlesharefriday2013-05-11 00:08:59501281020CC G+
Trever McGhee27,055This is Circle #1 of 3, to create positive Karma * tell us 1 or more of your favorite people we should circle!  (。◕‿◕。)+Take2seconds click the share button ~ the add button ~ the plus on this circle, if your not in it....add the circle and then share that circle with yourself in it.I'll then share your circle with the +Share Your Circle community and on the +Share Your Circle page!Everyone deserves to be in a circle! Including you! You're amazing, just like the people and pages within this circle... I went through thousands of posts for the last part of April and created 3 circles from those posts, I just wish that Google would allow me to include everyone  (。◕‿◕。)From those posts~ 33% are from posts from my followers that inspired me with their inspirational posts, conversation, positive outlook....~ 33% are people that have created or shared a circle with me in it, in the last two weeks of April and I would like to thank them in their efforts to support others.~ 33% are brand new people that I've just added to my circles based on the recommendation from my followers to check them out and the incredible posts I've come across.~ 01% Mystery  (。◕‿◕。)Chances are.... you're already following more than one person in circles I created....................if your favorite person is not in there,...tell me and I'll include them in the favorite VIP circle for next week. They don't have to be following me, to be included. Everyone's welcome to create positive karma by sharing this post to support the amazing people within it...to honor your favorite G+ people by leaving a comment with their name  (。◕‿◕。)Circle #1 https://plus.google.com/u/0/109005993947558449703/posts/f1sAWp2gSEJCircle #2https://plus.google.com/u/0/109005993947558449703/posts/YXuN1xdwx2hCircle #3https://plus.google.com/u/0/109005993947558449703/posts/YXuN1xdwx2h#CircleMe   #AddMe   #AddCircle   #AddPeople   #AddCircles   #AddFriends   #CircleFriends   #Awesome   #Friends   #Find   #Discover   2013-05-03 20:45:00493584281CC G+
Chris Row3,227So I guess it is friday, So I guess I will share my updated Canada EH! circle with you all. #sharedcircles   #circlesharing #circles   #canada   #canadian   #canadianrockies  2013-03-22 14:58:48316644CC G+
Brett Lipton0EngagersI don't always share circles... But these people are top notch G+ers.All hand picked because they post interesting info, have insightful ideas & thought provoking notions. They are all real people. #GoogleGods #GooglePlus #Google #SocialMedia   #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #publiccircle #publicsharedcircles  2013-03-20 16:41:4729067547CC G+
Chris Row2,960For all my fellow Canadians here is a Canada Circle. enjoy.   #sharedcircles   #circles   #canadarocks   #canada   #canadian   #circleshare   #circleoftheday  Canada Eh!2013-02-27 21:19:56316212CC G+
Todd Karlen1,022This is my first shared circleI've been with G+ for over a year now and I've spent a lot of time organizing my circles.  This is only Part of a circle that I call my "Positive People:  Circle !  This is the circle I go to it any time I need a LIFT and I can GUARANTEE all these people are absolutely wonderful to have in your G+ stream :)They are the + in the G+ The sharing of this circle is also a call out to everyone, to share with me more positive people that I can personally add to my stream.  I love my G+ stream :)Peace !#sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircles   #sharedcircles  #positive   #positivity   #positivethinking   #positivethoughts   #positiveenergy  #positivevibes   #positivepsychology   #positivepeople   #goodtimes  #goodpeople   #greatcircle   #wonderfulpeople   #happypeople2013-02-26 14:39:4684315CC G+
Kelly Bergman2,120Here is a list of my top Google+ friends for engagement. #share   #sharedcircles   #sharedcircleoftheday  2013-02-25 15:30:5749026726CC G+
Canada6,506Engaging Canadians Circle... Version 3!This updated circle contains 52 Canadian Google+er's who are very engaging and always share interesting posts. All of these people make Google+ feel a little bit more Canadian. Don't forget to add n' share this circle with others! #CircleShare   #Canadians  2013-02-21 21:03:0352231027CC G+
Trever McGhee20,874+Take2seconds to plus this circle if you're in it or  if you know one of these amazing people ~ pages within my Appreciation circle, to help me thank everyone of them.+Take2seconds  to click the plus button to help me say thank you!According to Google, these are some of the top people that I follow that have engaged in shares, comments, pluses of my posts and me on their posts since I've been on Google.Every plus, share, comment has really made a difference...I'm approaching 21,000.Putting us closer to our next goal to receive funding for the projects we do #2helpSaveLives  If you would like to help us reach that goal, help me by thanking these awesome people/pages....+Take2seconds to click the share button or leave a comment with their name in it. Please note if you don't see the comment box, all you have to do is join the community first, leave a comment and then leave or stay..your choice.It's all about working together to support and honor one another :-)If you have a favorite post of theirs that you would like to share, please share it  with our "Take2seconds" community https://plus.google.com/communities/110956955445200055102or tag their posts with one of our tags, #Take2seconds   #ShareThis   #2helpSaveLives  with +Trever McGhee  so that we can THANK YOU2013-02-21 19:30:014965965172CC G+
Ellie Kennard19,414Sharing a Circle of Interactive Canadians with a Musician Friend Who is Crazy About CanadiansIf you received a notification of this, it is because you are included in this shared circle. +Toby Wilson lives in the UK but has frequently visited the East Coast of Canada with his partner in music/crime +Graham Breeze as Breeze and Wilson. He wanted a way to get to know more Canadians on G+ and so I thought this was the best way to introduce you all to him. He is, along with Graham, holding their first G+ musical hangout tomorrow afternoon (check out his page for details), as +Breeze & Wilson if you can tune in I am sure you will be well entertained.2013-02-20 20:08:2818646830CC G+
Trever McGhee19,640+Take2seconds to smile to help me thank these amazing people within this circle who are helping our projects go into Phase 2 this summer to support people...and to save lives.Phase 1 was entirely funded by my family and there were times over the last seven years when we nearly stopped over the last seven years, but we're still going and we will not give up thanks to these incredible people within this circle who have helped me connect with 19,630 people and climbing on Google by either creating a circle or by sharing a circle with me it.It's because of their help that Phase 2 of training leaders within communities to maximize our ability to help more people is becoming a reality.Phase 2 is about showing the world how people can just +Take2seconds  of their lifetime with a simple click of a button to follow me and just by doing that, they can help make a difference. They can help create a lifetime for others.It's all about showing businesses that the best return on their advertising dollars is from investing in projects to support their customers, their workplace, their environment and other businesses they’re connected with for growth.Every new follower engages sponsors’ calculators of how much they’re willing to invest in projects that will support people and save lives.Thanks to 19,630 people who decided to +Take2seconds to follow me, we now have sponsors for the first level with others like Samsung and Coke watching to see when we hit the higher levels of followers.$  10,000 when we hit 100,000 followers is guaranteed.$  25,000 when we hit 1,000,000 followers is guaranteed.$  50,000 when we hit 5,000,000 followers though we believe this will be secured once we hit 1 million$100,000 when we hit 10,000,000 followers$1,000,000 when we hit 100,000,00 followersPlease +Take2seconds  to help me thank these people by sharing this circle in the public stream.If you add the circle, you'll be amazed at the richness and quality of posts it brings to your stream.If your following one of these people, please plus or leave a comment to let others know how amazing they are.2013-01-26 17:31:374971325880CC G+
Erin Burrell3,360It has been a while since I have shared any circles so I thought I should share my best of the best!This is my awesomesauce circle.  All of them comment.  All of them post regularly.  All of them are smart and clever.Circle them.  Hug them.  Get to know them! #sharedcircles   #circleshare   #circleoftheday  (psst..if you were notified it is because you are in the circle)2012-12-30 20:24:105223323CC G+
Canada5,468Engaging Canadians CircleThis circle has 24 Canadian Google+er's who are very engaging and always share interesting posts. All of these people make Google+ feel a little bit more Canadian. Please share and add this circle. Don't feel sad if you didn't make it into the circle as more people will be added in the future! #CircleShare  2012-12-29 20:32:2624526CC G+
Richard Green2,872The "Much Better Than The Average Circle" Circle is full!  The bad news is that this means I'm going to have to break it up.  The good news is that you have one more chance to add it.I've looked at every profile in this circle and there's something I like about each one of them.  In some cases, what I like about the profile is that the person is a good engager.  This circle and my Acquaintances circle are the ones I look at every day. #circleshare #sharedcircles  2012-12-12 06:20:5150018414CC G+
Madjid Boukri2,835Canadian 'Polar' Circle I  (Polar Circle II next)I got too many Canadians now in my Canadian Polar circle and had to do some ... cleaning. Some people or pages here are not very active but I added all 'Canadians' without any restriction. I had to split in two circle because of the 500 Google share limit. You can import that in the same circle.Will be updated also on *Google+ Shared Circles" http://bit.ly/KxclRuHuge database of circles created by Chris Porter2012-11-22 14:55:00487401CC G+
Linda Huscher12,163Update for My Peeps circle share...This circle would not complete without my dear friend +Rumiana Nikolova This is a circle of my Peeps. They are an intelligent, friendly, humorous, and respectful sort.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Have a great day!2012-10-30 14:24:07782311CC G+
Brian Buckley0Sharing my first group of awesome Canadians. I had to cap it at <500 so I could share. My next post will be the second smaller circle that has grown out of folks who connected after I shared the first one. Are you a Canadian want to be to be added? Send me a comment, +1, or circle me.2012-10-28 17:16:3449110111CC G+
Shane Pitre4,197Canadians on G+If you're Canadian, and you're awesome, please share, +1, or comment to be added to this circle. #canada   #canadian   #circlesharing   #circlesharesunday  2012-10-28 16:24:4240112514CC G+
Ivan Raszl6,155Here is my #atheist #circle . Feel free to follow these fine folks (or unfollow depending on your views ;). Unfortunately only 500 people can be shared at one time. Reshare this post and add a comment if you want to be included! #circleshare   #circles   #circlesharing   #atheism   #religon   #secular   #humanism   #gsm   #brights   #nogod   #god   #freethinker   #freethought   #freethinking  2012-10-19 18:59:50501805CC G+
Max Devine0I do not share circles often..and I do not follow a lot of people, just the ones who post the stuff I like...if you are in this circle...thank you...you are my G+ stream. I will be editing it over the next few weeks when I get time..it is getting a little small, but my stream is still great...If you post things you think I will like then please let me know...remember this is not FB..I do not have to add you to be classed as your friend, and I post all my stuff public so you are not missing anything.2012-10-16 17:41:4919516217CC G+

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2014-05-11 00:51:33 (53 comments, 0 reshares, 30 +1s)

I don't understand why I have a gold badge for recharging portals, but nothing for 1.7M MU's captured? There should be a badge for this +Brandon Badger , it is one of the most important stats.

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2014-06-13 23:23:01 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 6 +1s)

Blame the Brits!
The word "soccer" is a British invention that British people stopped using only about 30 years ago, according to a new paper by University of Michigan professor Stefan Szymanski.

In the early 1800s, a bunch of British universities took "football" — a medieval game — and started playing their own versions of it, all under different rules. To standardize things across the country, these games were categorized under different organizations with different names.

One variant of the game you played with your hands became "rugby football." Another variant came to be known as "association football" after the Football Association formed to promote the game in 1863, 15 years after the rules were made at Cambridge.

"Rugby football" became "rugger" for short. "Association football"bec... more »

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2014-05-11 00:51:33 (53 comments, 0 reshares, 30 +1s)

I don't understand why I have a gold badge for recharging portals, but nothing for 1.7M MU's captured? There should be a badge for this +Brandon Badger , it is one of the most important stats.

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2014-08-23 00:42:59 (11 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)

Bing! Another Jarvis virus! The game is tied. 

Bing! Another Jarvis virus! The game is tied. ___

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2014-08-16 01:10:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

Harry Chapin Cats in the Cradle (Soundstage): http://youtu.be/-s5r2spPJ8g

Harry Chapin Cats in the Cradle (Soundstage): http://youtu.be/-s5r2spPJ8g___

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2014-08-12 01:16:42 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)

Robin Williams on Golf.

Robin Williams on Golf.___

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2014-08-10 01:48:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

The Black Keys Live At BBC Full: http://youtu.be/O5657ZTTqU8

The Black Keys Live At BBC Full: http://youtu.be/O5657ZTTqU8___

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2014-07-31 20:47:06 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)

NFL Stats Tracking
The 15 venues that are hosting Thursday night games are getting outfitted, with Detroit and New Orleans added in to make sure each team gets tallied.

#NFL   #GoChargers  

NFL Stats Tracking
The 15 venues that are hosting Thursday night games are getting outfitted, with Detroit and New Orleans added in to make sure each team gets tallied.

#NFL   #GoChargers  ___

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2014-07-31 15:38:42 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 2 +1s)

Nohl and Lell, researchers for the security consultancy SR Labs, are hardly the first to point out that USB devices can store and spread malware. But the two hackers didn’t merely copy their own custom-coded infections into USB devices’ memory. They spent months reverse engineering the firmware that runs the basic communication functions of USB devices—the controller chips that allow the devices to communicate with a PC and let users move files on and off of them. Their central finding is that USB firmware, which exists in varying forms in all USB devices, can be reprogrammed to hide attack code.

Nohl and Lell, researchers for the security consultancy SR Labs, are hardly the first to point out that USB devices can store and spread malware. But the two hackers didn’t merely copy their own custom-coded infections into USB devices’ memory. They spent months reverse engineering the firmware that runs the basic communication functions of USB devices—the controller chips that allow the devices to communicate with a PC and let users move files on and off of them. Their central finding is that USB firmware, which exists in varying forms in all USB devices, can be reprogrammed to hide attack code.___

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2014-07-27 18:18:16 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I'm surprised we don't have a Moon base by now.

I'm surprised we don't have a Moon base by now.___

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2014-07-25 22:02:05 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Don't be evil

The idea that Google would know the structure of thousands of people's bodies—down to the molecules inside their cells—raises significant issues of privacy and fairness. In the future, this kind of data would be invaluable to insurers, who are always looking to reduce their risks. And more prosaic but chilling uses, such as prior to job interviews or marriage proposals, lurk in the background.

Don't be evil

The idea that Google would know the structure of thousands of people's bodies—down to the molecules inside their cells—raises significant issues of privacy and fairness. In the future, this kind of data would be invaluable to insurers, who are always looking to reduce their risks. And more prosaic but chilling uses, such as prior to job interviews or marriage proposals, lurk in the background.___

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2014-07-22 15:42:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

I doubt it will stop the NSA, but here ya go...

ShazzleMail

Many encryption services and software can hide the contents of the letter, they still let others see an email’s metadata, the bits of information surrounding the email such as sender, recipient, timestamp and subject message. Metadata are what allows email to be passed along the Internet to a final destination, but could reveal sensitive information such as the name of medical clinics, businesses or political parties with which one is in touch.

A new service called ShazzleMail eliminates metadata by delivering the email directly from your computer or smartphone to the recipient. It calls itself “the first privacy protective and surveillance-resistant secure email service.”

I doubt it will stop the NSA, but here ya go...

ShazzleMail

Many encryption services and software can hide the contents of the letter, they still let others see an email’s metadata, the bits of information surrounding the email such as sender, recipient, timestamp and subject message. Metadata are what allows email to be passed along the Internet to a final destination, but could reveal sensitive information such as the name of medical clinics, businesses or political parties with which one is in touch.

A new service called ShazzleMail eliminates metadata by delivering the email directly from your computer or smartphone to the recipient. It calls itself “the first privacy protective and surveillance-resistant secure email service.”___

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2014-07-15 18:19:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Duke Engines
An awesome new engine design with many advantages; it's lighter, fewer parts, and less greenhouse emissions to name a few. 

and it's very hypnotic to watch...

Duke Engines
An awesome new engine design with many advantages; it's lighter, fewer parts, and less greenhouse emissions to name a few. 

and it's very hypnotic to watch...___

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2014-07-15 15:12:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Einstein hated Quantum Mechanics.

Einstein Hated Quantum Mechanics. Brian Greene and Alan Alda Discuss Why___Einstein hated Quantum Mechanics.

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2014-07-02 20:22:56 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)

Well, this is interesting...
Consciousness on-off switch discovered deep in brain?

Scientists have been probing individual regions of the brain for over a century, exploring their function by zapping them with electricity and temporarily putting them out of action. Despite this, they have never been able to turn off consciousness, until now.

Although only tested in one person, the discovery suggests that a single area – the claustrum – might be integral to combining disparate brain activity into a seamless package of thoughts, sensations and emotions. It takes us a step closer to answering a problem that has confounded scientists and philosophers for millennia – namely how our conscious awareness arises.

more at: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22329762.700-consciousness-onoff-switch-discovered-deep-in-brain.html?#.U7Rp-9Sx15Q

Well, this is interesting...
Consciousness on-off switch discovered deep in brain?

Scientists have been probing individual regions of the brain for over a century, exploring their function by zapping them with electricity and temporarily putting them out of action. Despite this, they have never been able to turn off consciousness, until now.

Although only tested in one person, the discovery suggests that a single area – the claustrum – might be integral to combining disparate brain activity into a seamless package of thoughts, sensations and emotions. It takes us a step closer to answering a problem that has confounded scientists and philosophers for millennia – namely how our conscious awareness arises.

more at: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22329762.700-consciousness-onoff-switch-discovered-deep-in-brain.html?#.U7Rp-9Sx15Q___

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2014-06-17 21:10:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

New Cavity Fix?
Researchers from King's College London just announced a new approach to fixing cavities that requires no injections, no drills, and no pain. It's just a little blast of electric current that encourages the tooth to self-repair. And they say it'll be on the market in three years.

The new technique sounds confusingly simple. Cavities form when the natural minerals in the protective enamel degrade, and the tooth starts to decay. This new method enhances the body's natural ability to restore those minerals with ones found in saliva or fluoride. The dentist simply applies a small electric current to "push" minerals towards the cavity. The process, dubbed Electrically Accelerated and Enhanced Remineralization (EAER), is entirely painless and takes about the same amount of time as current drilling techniques.

Trips to the dentist are about to be a lot less painful:___New Cavity Fix?
Researchers from King's College London just announced a new approach to fixing cavities that requires no injections, no drills, and no pain. It's just a little blast of electric current that encourages the tooth to self-repair. And they say it'll be on the market in three years.

The new technique sounds confusingly simple. Cavities form when the natural minerals in the protective enamel degrade, and the tooth starts to decay. This new method enhances the body's natural ability to restore those minerals with ones found in saliva or fluoride. The dentist simply applies a small electric current to "push" minerals towards the cavity. The process, dubbed Electrically Accelerated and Enhanced Remineralization (EAER), is entirely painless and takes about the same amount of time as current drilling techniques.

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2014-06-15 21:13:39 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

The new synthetic diamond
The scientific community has dreamt of synthesising novel materials harder than natural diamond for decades.

The new synthetic diamond
The scientific community has dreamt of synthesising novel materials harder than natural diamond for decades.___

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2014-06-14 15:43:54 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)

Germany vs Greece
#WorldCup   #WorldCup2014  
Nietzche has just been booked for arguing with the referee, he accused Confucius of having no free will and Confucius say...name go in box  lol

Germany vs Greece
#WorldCup   #WorldCup2014  
Nietzche has just been booked for arguing with the referee, he accused Confucius of having no free will and Confucius say...name go in box  lol___

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2014-06-13 23:23:01 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 6 +1s)

Blame the Brits!
The word "soccer" is a British invention that British people stopped using only about 30 years ago, according to a new paper by University of Michigan professor Stefan Szymanski.

In the early 1800s, a bunch of British universities took "football" — a medieval game — and started playing their own versions of it, all under different rules. To standardize things across the country, these games were categorized under different organizations with different names.

One variant of the game you played with your hands became "rugby football." Another variant came to be known as "association football" after the Football Association formed to promote the game in 1863, 15 years after the rules were made at Cambridge.

"Rugby football" became "rugger" for short. "Association football"bec... more »

Blame the Brits!
The word "soccer" is a British invention that British people stopped using only about 30 years ago, according to a new paper by University of Michigan professor Stefan Szymanski.

In the early 1800s, a bunch of British universities took "football" — a medieval game — and started playing their own versions of it, all under different rules. To standardize things across the country, these games were categorized under different organizations with different names.

One variant of the game you played with your hands became "rugby football." Another variant came to be known as "association football" after the Football Association formed to promote the game in 1863, 15 years after the rules were made at Cambridge.

"Rugby football" became "rugger" for short. "Association football" became "soccer."

After these two sports spread across the Atlantic, Americans invented their own variant of the game that they simply called "football" in the early 1900s.

"Association football" became "soccer" in America, and what was called "gridiron" in Britain became simply "football" in America.

#WorldCup   #WecallitsoccerinCanadatoo   #Fortherecord  ___

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2014-06-13 00:23:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Interesting...
Dinosaurs weren't cold blooded, but they weren't warm blooded either.

Dinosaur growth rates were most like those of animals called mesotherms that include mako sharks, tuna and leatherback turtles. Such animals can burn energy to generate heat, but don't maintain their bodies at a set temperature.

Grady said that the fact that there are so few mesotherms today and that they live mainly in the ocean, where there are few warm-blooded animals, may say something about evolution and competition.

"If you look today, mammals and birds are by far the dominant animals on land," he said.

If mesothermic animals like dinosaurs lived among them, they would have to compete.

"And I think," Grady said, "they would probably lose."

Interesting...
Dinosaurs weren't cold blooded, but they weren't warm blooded either.

Dinosaur growth rates were most like those of animals called mesotherms that include mako sharks, tuna and leatherback turtles. Such animals can burn energy to generate heat, but don't maintain their bodies at a set temperature.

Grady said that the fact that there are so few mesotherms today and that they live mainly in the ocean, where there are few warm-blooded animals, may say something about evolution and competition.

"If you look today, mammals and birds are by far the dominant animals on land," he said.

If mesothermic animals like dinosaurs lived among them, they would have to compete.

"And I think," Grady said, "they would probably lose."___

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2014-06-12 23:43:27 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 18 +1s)

Lol
#WorldCup

___Lol
#WorldCup

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2014-06-07 15:22:15 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 14 +1s)

Moncton Times Transcript, Saturday, June 7, 2014
RIP
Const. Fabrice Georges Gevaudan
Const. Douglas James Larche
Const. Dave Joseph Ross
#Canada #MonctonSpirit


Moncton Times Transcript, Saturday, June 7, 2014
RIP
Const. Fabrice Georges Gevaudan
Const. Douglas James Larche
Const. Dave Joseph Ross
#Canada #MonctonSpirit
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2014-05-30 22:30:24 (41 comments, 0 reshares, 19 +1s)

For me, the VR Heat Sink is the most difficult item to obtain (via hack), in the game of Ingress. 1 in 10,000 I estimate. 

For me, the VR Heat Sink is the most difficult item to obtain (via hack), in the game of Ingress. 1 in 10,000 I estimate. ___

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2014-05-28 15:30:05 (8 comments, 1 reshares, 14 +1s)

Google’s self-driving car
Could you let yourself be driven by a computer?

Google’s self-driving car is still at least five years away from commercialization, here is what it can and can't do now.

Can do
Avoid creaming cyclists: In the event a cyclist actually decides to warn traffic before he turns, the car notices. Thanks to laser imaging, the car recognizes the hand waving and will expect the cyclist to move over.
Be aggressive: It turns out self-driving cars tend to be too polite. Google noticed that at four-way stops, the car stayed behind the stop line, waiting for its turn. Naturally, human drivers, seeing it just sitting there, took advantage and crossed ahead of it. So the team rejiggered the car to slowly inch forward at stop signs, signaling to other drivers that it wants its turn.
Break the law: For city driving,Goo... more »

Google’s self-driving car
Could you let yourself be driven by a computer?

Google’s self-driving car is still at least five years away from commercialization, here is what it can and can't do now.

Can do
Avoid creaming cyclists: In the event a cyclist actually decides to warn traffic before he turns, the car notices. Thanks to laser imaging, the car recognizes the hand waving and will expect the cyclist to move over.
Be aggressive: It turns out self-driving cars tend to be too polite. Google noticed that at four-way stops, the car stayed behind the stop line, waiting for its turn. Naturally, human drivers, seeing it just sitting there, took advantage and crossed ahead of it. So the team rejiggered the car to slowly inch forward at stop signs, signaling to other drivers that it wants its turn.
Break the law: For city driving, Google keeps it legal. But on the highway, team members adjust the settings to let the car drive above the speed limit, to safely keep up with the flow of traffic.
Pick up on potholes:Like with speed bumps, the car spots potholes and slows down before hitting them. It doesn’t drive around them, though, so owners should think about saving up for a new suspension once in a while.
Predict the future that didn’t happen: Say the driver takes control because he isn’t confident the car will properly handle a tricky situation, like navigating construction. The car shoots all of the info its sensors are picking up, so the team can run a computer simulation of how the car would have acted if the operator had let it handle things. That means Google doesn’t have to find out the hard way it needs to tweak the car’s behavior.

Can't do
Take you to the mountains: Bad weather doesn’t just make traction control tricky, it change how the car sees the world around. Snow on the ground and water kicked up by other cars messes with the spinning laser that sits on the roof, while fog limits how far the radar can see. Fortunately, Google is doing the bulk of its testing the Bay Area, where it will get a lot of practice with fog. Ten bucks says engineers are lobbying for a trip to Tahoe–you know, for snow testing.
Go off the grid: Like a millennial, the car gets upset when it can’t get a cell signal, which give it access to Google’s bank of detailed maps and let it send new information back home. No worries if the connection is a bit slow, but if it drops out, the car will “do something safe,” Chris Urmson, the project director, said. He didn’t elaborate, so we’ll assume the car asks the human to take over, then focuses on other mission-critical tasks like finding a good radio station.
Understand traffic cops: The car will detect that “there’s a person standing in the middle of the road waving their hands in a funny way,” Software Lead Dmitri Dolgov said, but it won’t be able to decipher different hand motions. Rather, it will understand that something unusual is happening, and act conservatively, or ask the human at the wheel to take over.
Avoid creaming squirrels: While the car picks up pedestrians who may jaywalk and deer that could bolt across the road, squirrels are still too small for its sensors. The team is constantly working to pick up more and more detail, but hasn’t “done a squirrel test,” Urmson said.

source: http://www.wired.com/2014/05/google-self-driving-car-can-cant/___

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2014-05-27 02:34:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

How a team of students beat the casinos.
Cool story but I'd be worried Joe Pesci would show up.

How counting cards works.
In blackjack, or 21, high cards favour the gambler, low cards the casino. So a card counter keeps a running tally in their head, adding 1 for low cards and subtracting 1 for high cards. When their tally increases (meaning more high cards than low ones are left in the deck) they know it's time to start placing higher bets.

How a team of students beat the casinos.
Cool story but I'd be worried Joe Pesci would show up.

How counting cards works.
In blackjack, or 21, high cards favour the gambler, low cards the casino. So a card counter keeps a running tally in their head, adding 1 for low cards and subtracting 1 for high cards. When their tally increases (meaning more high cards than low ones are left in the deck) they know it's time to start placing higher bets.___

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2014-05-24 21:33:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

Cool mirage above iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland.
Mirage effect due to marine layer temperature inversion.

They are dependent on the existence of large temperature differences (increases) above the surface ... with cold water near the surface chilling the surface air, and much warmer air above, resulting in a strong inversion.

Cold air near the surface is more dense than the warmer air above, and the change in densities create a lens-like effect in the atmosphere which produces the mirage.

#Canada  

Cool mirage above iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland.
Mirage effect due to marine layer temperature inversion.

They are dependent on the existence of large temperature differences (increases) above the surface ... with cold water near the surface chilling the surface air, and much warmer air above, resulting in a strong inversion.

Cold air near the surface is more dense than the warmer air above, and the change in densities create a lens-like effect in the atmosphere which produces the mirage.

#Canada  ___

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2014-05-15 22:56:15 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

And now for something completely different.

Harvard Prof Invents a Phone That Sends Smells
The oPhone –an app-plus-atomizer combo that lets users tag images with scents and send them around the Web: “We think it’ll just be a lot of fun to be able to include olfactory notes as a wink, an emoticon."

And now for something completely different.

Harvard Prof Invents a Phone That Sends Smells
The oPhone –an app-plus-atomizer combo that lets users tag images with scents and send them around the Web: “We think it’ll just be a lot of fun to be able to include olfactory notes as a wink, an emoticon."___

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2014-05-11 00:51:33 (53 comments, 0 reshares, 30 +1s)

I don't understand why I have a gold badge for recharging portals, but nothing for 1.7M MU's captured? There should be a badge for this +Brandon Badger , it is one of the most important stats.

I don't understand why I have a gold badge for recharging portals, but nothing for 1.7M MU's captured? There should be a badge for this +Brandon Badger , it is one of the most important stats.___

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2014-05-01 02:53:11 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)

Physicists from the FOM Foundation and the University of Amsterdam have discovered that the ancient Egyptians used a clever trick to make it easier to transport heavy pyramid stones by sledge. The Egyptians moistened the sand over which the sledge moved. By using the right quantity of water they could halve the number of workers needed.

or Aliens did it...

Physicists from the FOM Foundation and the University of Amsterdam have discovered that the ancient Egyptians used a clever trick to make it easier to transport heavy pyramid stones by sledge. The Egyptians moistened the sand over which the sledge moved. By using the right quantity of water they could halve the number of workers needed.

or Aliens did it...___

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2014-04-23 22:09:43 (23 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

Ingress is using much more data than it used to! My OS recently updated from Jelly Bean to Kitkat, I'm not sure if it has anything to do with it, anyone else having this issue?

Ingress is using much more data than it used to! My OS recently updated from Jelly Bean to Kitkat, I'm not sure if it has anything to do with it, anyone else having this issue?___

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2014-04-14 17:21:23 (3 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)

Well this is odd...
#Canada has less gravity than it's supposed to!





Well this is odd...
#Canada has less gravity than it's supposed to!



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2014-04-13 21:09:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

Graphene
The first man made material in 2 dimensions.
It is only a single atom thick!
Graphene is the strongest, thinnest material known to exist. A form of carbon, it can conduct electricity and heat better than anything else. And get ready for this: It is not only the hardest material in the world, but also one of the most pliable.

Graphene
The first man made material in 2 dimensions.
It is only a single atom thick!
Graphene is the strongest, thinnest material known to exist. A form of carbon, it can conduct electricity and heat better than anything else. And get ready for this: It is not only the hardest material in the world, but also one of the most pliable.___

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2014-04-11 00:33:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

A long-sought fugitive has been caught at the world's largest particle accelerator. Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider confirm that a provocative particle called Z(4430) actually exists – and it may be the strongest evidence yet for a new form of matter called a tetraquark.

Quarks are subatomic particles that are the fundamental building blocks of matter. They are known to exist either in groups of two, forming short-lived mesons, or in threes, forming the protons and neutrons that make up atomic nuclei. Researchers have suspected for decades that quarks might also bind together in quartets, forming tetraquarksMovie Camera, but they have not been able to do the complicated quantum calculations necessary to test the idea.

"Our computers aren't yet big enough to solve the theory from first principles," says Thomas Cohen at the University of Maryland inC... more »

A long-sought fugitive has been caught at the world's largest particle accelerator. Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider confirm that a provocative particle called Z(4430) actually exists – and it may be the strongest evidence yet for a new form of matter called a tetraquark.

Quarks are subatomic particles that are the fundamental building blocks of matter. They are known to exist either in groups of two, forming short-lived mesons, or in threes, forming the protons and neutrons that make up atomic nuclei. Researchers have suspected for decades that quarks might also bind together in quartets, forming tetraquarksMovie Camera, but they have not been able to do the complicated quantum calculations necessary to test the idea.

"Our computers aren't yet big enough to solve the theory from first principles," says Thomas Cohen at the University of Maryland in College Park. That means no one knows if the laws of physics should allow matter to clump together to form the still hypothetical tetraquark. But the latest sighting at the LHC means we are closer than ever to finding out.___

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2014-04-05 00:48:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Amazon Dash
via +WIRED 

Amazon announced a new stand-alone gadget today called the Dash. It’s basically a remote control for buying groceries. The small, handheld gadget itself is free, but the catch is you can only use it to order food and other goods from Amazon Fresh, the company’s same-to-next-day delivery service.

Amazon Dash
via +WIRED 

Amazon announced a new stand-alone gadget today called the Dash. It’s basically a remote control for buying groceries. The small, handheld gadget itself is free, but the catch is you can only use it to order food and other goods from Amazon Fresh, the company’s same-to-next-day delivery service.___

2014-04-03 23:30:19 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

All good on my S4.

All good on my S4.___

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2014-03-29 12:22:42 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)

It's about time somebody did the math!

Now THIS is forward thinking.___It's about time somebody did the math!

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2014-03-26 17:08:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

It's hard to be more awesome than Newton!

Exploding stars prove Newton's law of gravity unchanged over cosmic time. It has been previously suggested that Newton's gravitational constant (or G) could have been slowly changing over the 13.8 billion years since the Big Bang. Australian researchers have now analyzed the light given off by 580 supernova explosions in the nearby and far Universe and have shown that the strength of gravity has not changed. Read more: http://buff.ly/1du8edS___It's hard to be more awesome than Newton!

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2014-03-26 12:47:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Your car knows how you feel

Do you get road rage? Someday your car may have an on-board emotion detection system that could intervene.

Your car knows how you feel

Do you get road rage? Someday your car may have an on-board emotion detection system that could intervene.___

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2014-03-19 00:25:58 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)

Yes, finally!

Google will begin selling the Chromecast in Canada for $39 through its online Google Play store and Amazon.ca.

Launched in the U.S. last July, Google’s Chromecast is a small dongle that plugs into the HDMI port of a high definition television which enables users to stream media content — including music, videos and photos — to a screen via a smartphone, laptop or tablet over a WiFi network.

Google Chromecast arrives in Canada on March 19 http://natpo.st/1lMG5Oy___Yes, finally!

Google will begin selling the Chromecast in Canada for $39 through its online Google Play store and Amazon.ca.

Launched in the U.S. last July, Google’s Chromecast is a small dongle that plugs into the HDMI port of a high definition television which enables users to stream media content — including music, videos and photos — to a screen via a smartphone, laptop or tablet over a WiFi network.

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2014-03-15 19:27:22 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)

It's inevitable!
What are electronic tattoos for?
Researchers envision all kinds of medical applications for electronic tattoos. For example, extremely precise thermometers that can track tiny fluctuations in body temperature and set off alarms when the level goes above or below a set threshold. Because they're so thin and flexible, a thermometer patch could be worn for months.

Google, for example, has specific patents for an electronic tattoo that functions as a lie detector. There's also a throat tattoo that conveys sounds from the throat to a smartphone or other connected device. The idea might be useful as a microphone for talking in a noisy environment.

A company called Electrozyme makes electronic tattoos that appear to target athletic performance. They can measure lactate levels, which show how much muscle fatigue is happening. The patch can detect pH values on... more »

Ready for your electronic tattoo?

The concept sounds simultaneously futuristic and bizarre: http://goo.gl/EklW1C

But mark my words: You'll get one. And MUCH sooner than you think. Here's why: 

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9246979/Ready_for_your_electronic_tattoo_

#electronictattoo ___It's inevitable!
What are electronic tattoos for?
Researchers envision all kinds of medical applications for electronic tattoos. For example, extremely precise thermometers that can track tiny fluctuations in body temperature and set off alarms when the level goes above or below a set threshold. Because they're so thin and flexible, a thermometer patch could be worn for months.

Google, for example, has specific patents for an electronic tattoo that functions as a lie detector. There's also a throat tattoo that conveys sounds from the throat to a smartphone or other connected device. The idea might be useful as a microphone for talking in a noisy environment.

A company called Electrozyme makes electronic tattoos that appear to target athletic performance. They can measure lactate levels, which show how much muscle fatigue is happening. The patch can detect pH values on the skin, which shows hydration levels, and other metrics of clear value to athletes. Imagine an entire pro football team wearing such patches and the medical staff monitoring their vitals and making recommendations to the coach to prevent burnout and injury.

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2014-03-12 20:42:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Incredible discovery?

Writing in the journal Nature, scientists on Wednesday said they had found an elusive mineral pointing to the existence of a vast reservoir deep in Earth's mantle, 400-600 kilometres (250-375 miles) beneath our feet.

It may hold as much water as all the planet's oceans combined, they believe.

Incredible discovery?

Writing in the journal Nature, scientists on Wednesday said they had found an elusive mineral pointing to the existence of a vast reservoir deep in Earth's mantle, 400-600 kilometres (250-375 miles) beneath our feet.

It may hold as much water as all the planet's oceans combined, they believe.___

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2014-03-07 16:46:10 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)

Wow, what a sight!

A fireball exploded and lit up the skies over Yellowknife early Thursday morning, but was not believed to have caused any damage. Here' s what we know: http://cbc.sh/67pkALm___Wow, what a sight!

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2014-03-04 23:42:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Europa is one of the solar system’s most mysterious and badass moons. Beneath its icy crust, scientists think there is a vast ocean with more water in it than exists on all of Earth. Recently, scientists found evidence that a little bit of that water may be be erupting from geysers near the moon’s south pole, sending plumes 200 kilometers into the air. Scientists would love nothing more than to send a spacecraft flying through these jets in order to sample their composition.

Europa is one of the solar system’s most mysterious and badass moons. Beneath its icy crust, scientists think there is a vast ocean with more water in it than exists on all of Earth. Recently, scientists found evidence that a little bit of that water may be be erupting from geysers near the moon’s south pole, sending plumes 200 kilometers into the air. Scientists would love nothing more than to send a spacecraft flying through these jets in order to sample their composition.___

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2014-03-04 19:43:32 (22 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s)

Why isn't there a medal for Mind Units Captured?

Isn't it the most important stat?

Why isn't there a medal for Mind Units Captured?

Isn't it the most important stat?___

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2014-03-03 12:06:52 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Israel’s Ministry of Defense announced Wednesday that SkyShield, developed by Israeli defense contractor Elbit Systems, had successfully completed testing and is certified for commercial use to combat the threat of man-portable surface-to-air missile systems (MANPADS) by combining advanced laser detection and disruption technologies.

Israel’s Ministry of Defense announced Wednesday that SkyShield, developed by Israeli defense contractor Elbit Systems, had successfully completed testing and is certified for commercial use to combat the threat of man-portable surface-to-air missile systems (MANPADS) by combining advanced laser detection and disruption technologies.___

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2014-03-02 04:27:50 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

fyi...

Radioactive element time:
Neptunium. You probably have some in your home.
Neptunium-237 is a breakdown product of americium 241 which is found in many smoke detectors. Check yours out by opening it up as if to change the battery and you should see the radioactive warning sign.
The photo is of the americium source from a smoke detector on my Geiger counter. Since I took this picture in 2006 the 1 microcurie of americium (around 0.28 microgram) has had 1.2% decay resulting in 3.3 ng production of neptunium.
The Geiger count should have dropped from 80,180 to 79,157 CPM.
americium half life is 432.2 years and it decays into neptunium 237 with half life 2.14 million years.
Be careful, about 60kg is critically fissionable ie a bomb.___fyi...

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2014-03-01 23:10:12 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)

Thanks to the X4.9 class solar flare on on Feb. 25, the resulting CME hit Earth’s magnetic field today and triggered geomagnetic storms. The result? Incredible pictures of an auroral outburst in the UK, Scandinavia, Iceland and even from the International Space Station! See them all: http://buff.ly/1kzDVRY

Thanks to the X4.9 class solar flare on on Feb. 25, the resulting CME hit Earth’s magnetic field today and triggered geomagnetic storms. The result? Incredible pictures of an auroral outburst in the UK, Scandinavia, Iceland and even from the International Space Station! See them all: http://buff.ly/1kzDVRY___

2014-02-28 18:10:40 (14 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

I think the item cap should be removed, in order to reduce the number of multi-accounts. If people are spending the time and effort (and gas) to hack the items, why penalize them for it?

+Brandon Badger

I think the item cap should be removed, in order to reduce the number of multi-accounts. If people are spending the time and effort (and gas) to hack the items, why penalize them for it?

+Brandon Badger___

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2014-02-28 16:22:28 (3 comments, 3 reshares, 6 +1s)

Incredibly creepy!
This parasitic marvel enslaves cockroaches by stinging their brains in ridiculously precise spots and injecting mind-controlling venom. The wasp then leads its zombified roach to a chamber, where it lays a single egg on its perfectly relaxed host and seals it inside with pebbles. Here the larva bores into the cockroach and feeds off its organs before killing it and emerging from its corpse into the light of day.

Incredibly creepy!
This parasitic marvel enslaves cockroaches by stinging their brains in ridiculously precise spots and injecting mind-controlling venom. The wasp then leads its zombified roach to a chamber, where it lays a single egg on its perfectly relaxed host and seals it inside with pebbles. Here the larva bores into the cockroach and feeds off its organs before killing it and emerging from its corpse into the light of day.___

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2014-02-27 15:28:10 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

Who new?

Genes borrowed from viruses seem to give cells the ability to grow into tissues and organs, and even produce sexually. Without these genes, animals could not have evolved beyond simple blobs of cells.

Who new?

Genes borrowed from viruses seem to give cells the ability to grow into tissues and organs, and even produce sexually. Without these genes, animals could not have evolved beyond simple blobs of cells.___

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2014-02-27 00:43:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

Quantum Droplet

Physicists in Germany and the United States said on Wednesday they have discovered an exotic new type of particle that they call a quantum droplet, or dropleton.

The discovery, they added, could be useful in the development of nanotechnology, including the design of optoelectronic devices. These include things like the semiconductor lasers used in Blu-ray disc players.

Quantum Droplet

Physicists in Germany and the United States said on Wednesday they have discovered an exotic new type of particle that they call a quantum droplet, or dropleton.

The discovery, they added, could be useful in the development of nanotechnology, including the design of optoelectronic devices. These include things like the semiconductor lasers used in Blu-ray disc players.___

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2014-02-16 18:57:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Triple Large Electron-Positron Collider

It would also raise the power pumped into particle collision experiments by more than 10 times, to 100 TeV.

Triple Large Electron-Positron Collider

It would also raise the power pumped into particle collision experiments by more than 10 times, to 100 TeV.___

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2014-02-16 17:28:18 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)

Luge vs Skeleton
Dumb and dumber.

Why is luge faster than skeleton? Two main reasons. First, it has to do with the materials of the respective runners, or the metallic bars attached to the underside of the sled. Skeleton racers ride downhill atop a set of tubular steel runners, which sort of look like they were yanked off of a stainless steel towel rack. The dullness of these runners helps to limit a skeleton racer’s speed. A luge sled, by contrast, rests atop a pair of razor-sharp steel blades that cut into the ice like a pair of skates. The sharp edges of the luge runners help make the luge sleds faster than their skeleton counterparts.

Another reason why luge is faster than skeleton? Luge racers assume a much more aerodynamic position than skeleton racers. In skeleton, you lie face-first on the sled and lead with your helmet. In case you haven’tsee... more »

Luge vs Skeleton
Dumb and dumber.

Why is luge faster than skeleton? Two main reasons. First, it has to do with the materials of the respective runners, or the metallic bars attached to the underside of the sled. Skeleton racers ride downhill atop a set of tubular steel runners, which sort of look like they were yanked off of a stainless steel towel rack. The dullness of these runners helps to limit a skeleton racer’s speed. A luge sled, by contrast, rests atop a pair of razor-sharp steel blades that cut into the ice like a pair of skates. The sharp edges of the luge runners help make the luge sleds faster than their skeleton counterparts.

Another reason why luge is faster than skeleton? Luge racers assume a much more aerodynamic position than skeleton racers. In skeleton, you lie face-first on the sled and lead with your helmet. In case you haven’t seen one lately, helmets tend to be big and round. All of that surface area creates more drag, slowing the skeleton sled down. But luge racers lie on their backs and lead with their feet. Less surface area, less drag, faster sled. It’s basic science, people!___

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