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M F Schreiber has been shared in 33 public circles

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Becky Collins10,439Super Science 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 ?2014-05-31 05:09:154901211
Krzysztof Skomra4,828New circle 201404031. Plus this post2. Leave a comment (introduce yourself, if you’d like)3. Add this circle to your circles4. Add yourself to the circle5. Share this circle publicly to your stream1. Dodaj Plus dla postu 2. Zostaw komentarz (przedstaw ślad po sobie, jeśli chcesz) 3. Dodaj ten krąg do swoich kręgów 4. Dodaj się do kręgu 5. Poleć ten krąg publicznie do strumienia #techlover   #photographers   #bloggers   #circle   #circleshare   #circlesharing  #circles   #share   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircles   #sharemycircles  #sharemycircle   #iwillfollow   #followback   #followers#cardphoto   #circle #circles #publiccircle #circleshare #circlesharing #sharedcircles #sharedcircle #morefollowers #sharingcircles #circleshare#sharedpubliccircles #sharedpublicircles #sharedcircle #AddCircle #FindCircles #AwesomeCircle #addcircle #addpeople #circlemeup 2014-04-03 21:55:02501349
Aleksander Adamczyk0New circle 201404031. Dodaj Plus dla postu 2. Zostaw komentarz (przedstaw ślad po sobie, jeśli chcesz) 3. Dodaj ten krąg do swoich kręgów 4. Dodaj się do kręgu 5. Poleć ten krąg publicznie do strumienia EN.1. Plus this post2. Leave a comment (introduce yourself, if you’d like)3. Add this circle to your circles4. Add yourself to the circle5. Share this circle publicly to your stream#techlover   #photographers   #bloggers   #circle   #circleshare   #circlesharing  #circles   #share   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircles   #sharemycircles  #sharemycircle   #iwillfollow   #followback   #followers#cardphoto   #circle #circles #publiccircle #circleshare #circlesharing#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #morefollowers #sharingcircles #circleshare#sharedpubliccircles #sharedpublicircles #sharedcircle #AddCircle #FindCircles#AwesomeCircle #addcircle #addpeople #circlemeup #circlesdiscovery  2014-04-03 21:29:32501011
Jimmy James6,807Futurists#circles #sharedcircles #addcircle #sharedpubliccircles #growfollowers #circleshare #publicsharedcircles #circleoftheweek #circlesharing #publiccircle #findcircles #circlemeup #hyperballmaster #hyperballcircle2014-01-08 18:02:321560214
Tiberiu Igrisan448Science (part 1)#science #sciencecircle #sharedcircles  2013-10-14 18:53:04257123
Craig Froehle4,629467 Plussers Well Worth FollowingSome curated recommendations to make your Tuesday a bit more interesting. I kept this circle largely free of celebrities, pages, and organizations, so these should (nearly) all be actual people. Enjoy!By the way, topic-wise, it's a bit of a potpourri, but with emphasis on technology, science, progressive politics, skepticism, and other fascinating things.Note that I don't always agree with everyone in this circle, so don't take this as an endorsement of their ideas...merely that they tend to be thoughtful when presenting them.2012-07-03 14:29:094671718
David D. Stanton5,770Here is my Science and Technology Circle.... Enjoy! 2012-06-25 08:46:46501105
John Kellden4,179The Moneyball TeamGoogle+ Visionaries, take 2An update of the circle I previously shared. I've removed most of the big hitters.I figured they're in the ten thousand range or more and will survive being cut. Will share them in a new circle in the not too distant future. I also removed some Google Pages. This is the Moneyball Team of Google+. And I mean that as the highest possible praise.#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #circleshare2012-03-19 13:04:39500648
John Kellden4,179Google+ VisionariesThese 365 people are mandatory to interact with. I suggest you set aside a moment each day for each one in this circle. Which is why I've added 365 people. Seriously, do.Ok, so it's not humanly possible to do that. Think of it as a Google+ smorgasbord of awesome people then.As with my previously shared link of 500 Great Google Plus People, I've looked at these people from a number of different angles. They passed with flying colours. :)#sharedcircles #sharedcircle #circleshare2012-03-19 11:09:54365231829
John Kellden4,057Great Google Plus PeopleWorth Waiting For. I've thrown every heuristic and the kitchen sink into this, pondering from a great many angles, with the intention of creating a shared circle that is nothing other than mindblowing. You won't get instant fame, fortune and world peace by interacting with this bunch of people, but pretty damn close. This is like an online portable, accessible, interactive Chautauqua. And then some. Enjoy!2012-03-17 15:45:4949913914
Mohammad Rahimi599It is always a #pleasure to help others.This can be #helping them with answering to their questions, solving their issues, or suggesting some friends so they can increase their friends and more. I figured out #circle #sharing is a great thing that #Google #Plus has.Some one does the job and #categorize the #individuals in different circle and share it with friends. I have this #circle of 500 people in case you are interested to add them.2012-03-11 05:21:16500201
Robert Kappenhagen151+Charlie Hoover this is Fraser's Science circle (with a few of my own additions) If you want to share it with anyone.2012-03-08 01:47:57295000
Cameron Ruggles777#bitcoin #BTC This is my bitcoin circle. I have 21 other people in the circle but can only share 500 at a time... any idea which ones get cut off at the 500 limit? The last 21? Let me know if you also want to be in my bitcoin circle. I will likely share the remaining + others who want to join. Eventually..2012-03-07 02:12:205001106
Daniel Harrington11,027A Rockin' #Science #Circle - Thanks for Sharing! #circleshare #sciencecircles #scientists #biology #chemistry #physics #astronomy #entomology #marinebiology #archaeology #sciencecircle #sharedcircles #publiccircles2012-03-03 19:45:12337000
Mitchel Rodwell0+Duncan Hayes , +Hanii Leigh this is my biggest circle, #Intellectual. I'd advise you follow either this or #Political, depending on which appeals to you more. As you can see, I follow a lot of very serious people, which is the sort of stuff I post as well. There's way more than what I've shared with you on +Google+ . There's +Handmade , there's +Android , there's +Funny Pictures & Videos . It's not just about serious stuff, even though that's what I mostly use it for.Anyway, happy G+ing! Make circles, post things, fill out your profiles, and if you see something really cool, share it! I don't have a good #Music circle, or a good #Photography circle, so one day you guys might share circles with me that I'd like :)P.s. Some useful tips. Google+ has #hashtag support, so when you put a "#" before a term it makes it a clickable link to see other times someone's mentioned that hashtag. So clicking #Intellectual up there would take you to a bunch of intellectual posts. And you tag people or pages with a "+" before their name.2012-01-23 13:52:20463500
Fraser Cain24,647My official, super science circle+Robert Scoble wanted me share my awesome science list. These are people who are active on Google+ and love to talk about science. We've got actual scientists, journalists, bloggers... even an astronaut!If you still don't really get why Google+ is such a great resource, just import this circle, and suddenly you'll see amazing science posts streaming by. Then you'll understand.For those of you wondering how to get on this list, just reply to this share suggesting yourself or someone else who's active and sciency. I'll take a look through your posting history and then add you.For Science!2012-01-17 21:41:532487414188
Imaad Saiyed0"You need more Science in your diet."- +Chris Pirillo.I've gained a lot of new followers in the last month; many have just joined Google+ and have an empty stream. For those of you who are brand new to the service, I want you to understand:The key to enjoying Google+ is to have an active and engaged stream of content. Circle interesting people.To help you out, I'm sharing my carefully curated science circle. This list contains almost 250 people who are active on Google+ and regularly post about science topics. We've got scientists, journalists and science enthusiasts.If you import this circle, you'll see what I'm seeing, and I think you'll get why I like Google+ so much. If you don't import it, you'll see an empty screen and wonder why your friends haven't joined.I try to share this circle once a month or so, with some new faces, and the inactive people removed. So I suggest you import this list into a brand new circle which you can then replace when I send out an update._As always, if I've missed someone, please let me know and I'll be glad to add them for the next round._" Via +Fraser Cain #sharedcircle2012-01-11 06:09:50245200
Paul Schuler678It's been a few months since I've shared this circle and it's about time for an update considering all the great posters I've added since. If you're interested in Mathematics, Education, or both, this is my Math+Ed Circle.2012-01-06 16:32:44406306
Derek Dunfield121My Science Circle After a month off, this might be the perfect return-post. A combination of +Robby Bowles and +Allison Sekuler 's Science Circle with +Fraser Cain's Science Circle, I present to you 442 great people to follow. (cc +Brian McGirr)2011-12-06 04:27:21442936
Robby Bowles10,281Science Circle #ScienceSundayI'm going to start off #ScienceSunday today by sharing my science circle. This circle contains scientists, science writers, and many others who post regularly about science related topics. One of my favorite circles! Please share this circle so others can find these science minded individuals!Don't forget to share a #ScienceSunday post today! Post anything related to science and tag it with #ScienceSunday . If you are a photographer, post a science related image and explain why it relates to science to you. If you are not a photographer, simply post anything related to science. We had some great posts last week and a lot of interesting discussion. I look forward to more this week! +Allison Sekuler and myself will be curating this theme each Sunday.2011-11-13 15:01:524216319
Joshua Brian Fitzgerald36Everybody's doin it. Here is my Mathematician circle! Enjoy.Joshua Brian Fitzgerald shared a circle with you.2011-10-29 16:44:25246634
Vincent Knight851+Paul Hurtado and +Maggie Koerth-Baker shared a circle of mathematicians and subsequently my circle count went through the roof! For completeness, here's my mathematicians circle (who are not necessarily all active, I'm afraid) :)If you are one of the new people who added me via one of the above circle shares please leave a comment so that I actually find out who reads what I post... Also, please let me know what you do so I know in which circle I should put you :) #mathematicians #mathVincent Knight shared a circle with you.2011-10-29 07:06:302172532
Paul Hurtado70Would you like to see more mathematics in your G+ feed? Here's my current Mathematics circle. I'd love to increase the diversity of this circle (I use the term diversity broadly here: gender, race, culture, mathematical specialty, etc.) so please share your suggestions in the comments! Note: I'm trying to keep this restricted to people who post regularly (and publicly!) about mathematics, and not a laundry list of all the mathematicians on G+.Paul Hurtado shared a circle with you.2011-10-28 15:07:58364162
Maggie Koerth-Baker43,838I'm told that Share Circles has been expanded to allow you to share more than 250 people at a time. So I'm sharing The Academy again, this time in its entirety. Everybody here is a working scientist, in some respect, either academic, private research, or employed by a government. If you'd like to be added to the circle, let me know.Maggie Koerth-Baker shared a circle with you.2011-10-28 14:35:53304381521
Mike Powell0SCIENCE NASA CIRCLEMike Powell shared a circle with you.2011-10-28 04:20:57328101
Cameron Buckley0My ARTISTS circleCameron Buckley shared a circle with you.2011-10-17 19:53:56287403
Heidi Richardson Evans61My yummy, colorful, fantastic circle of artists so far:Heidi Richardson Evans shared a circle with you.2011-10-17 19:43:5044103
Robby Bowles5,769Sharing my updated science circle for #ScienceSunday once again. I have added more than 200 people to this circle since its last share. Add these science minded individuals to your circles and reshare this circle so others can find them as well!!Robby Bowles shared a circle with you.2011-10-16 22:53:1137011211
Daniel Allan0My Standford AI circle, right on 500 :)Daniel Allan shared a circle with you.2011-10-08 20:30:23500301
Patrick Tucker451At the request of +Steve Kirkby, here's my futurist circle, which includes writers, visionaries, innovators, or just smart people who have interesting ideas on the future. If you're in it and you feel you don't belong, (or not and feel you do) just let me know. But keep in mind, as far as I'm concerned, anyone with a prefrontal cortex has the right to call himself or herself a futurist. Some folks just exemplify it a bit better.Patrick Tucker shared a circle with you.2011-10-08 13:51:4616317610
Darren Bounds4,529I've read that the 250 limit on shared circles has been lifted. Here's my Space & Science circle again with the full 449.Darren Bounds shared a circle with you.2011-10-07 13:38:564491549
Ravi sharma12If you love scienceRavi sharma shared a circle with you.2011-10-03 12:57:51202100
Maggie Koerth-Baker7,961By popular demand: Here is "The Academy," my circle of scientists, researchers, and Ph.D. students. Please note that this does not represent the full population of the circle. There's some 290 people in there right now, and only 250 names can be shared at one time through the new shared circles system. Also: If you'd like to be added to The Academy, please let me know!Maggie Koerth-Baker shared a circle with you.2011-09-27 17:28:26250854750

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2012-01-10 21:03:34 (4 comments, 5 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

We’ve started manufacture! (.. not in UK because of timing issues, capacity constraints, price, and tax on imported components..)
http://www.raspberrypi.org/

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2011-12-06 11:09:11 (2 comments, 17 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

drawing 2D hearts with google search...
(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2)),(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2))

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2011-12-06 11:09:11 (2 comments, 17 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

drawing 2D hearts with google search...
(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2)),(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2))

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2014-10-24 21:53:05 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

fast charge long life battery for phone, car and drone in 2016.

"The breakthrough came after the scientists replaced the traditional graphite that makes up the anode (the negative pole of the battery) in lithium-ion batteries with a new gel material made from titanium dioxide nanotubes that they created themselves."___fast charge long life battery for phone, car and drone in 2016.

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2014-10-19 13:04:43 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

19 000 000 000 € = hypotopia city
Milliardenstadt.at

19 000 000 000 € = hypotopia city
Milliardenstadt.at___

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2014-08-30 14:26:58 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Writing codes. Reading visualizes.

___Writing codes. Reading visualizes.

2014-07-16 01:49:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

100 billion US$ for sustainable development  New Development Bank NDB of BRICS with headquarters in Shanghai to accelerate growth (12.) for 2.9 billion living in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

Most items of the Fortaleza declaration support sustainable development aligned with UN declarations, reports and goals. Some Western eyes might blink however:, reading

(17.) taxation of revenue generated in jurisdictions where economic activity takes place

(18.) which restates the January 2015 deadline for general review of quota in IMF 

(19.) expecting the shareholders of the World Bank to accept changes in October 2015

(48ff.) critical observation of observation with ICT for CT etc

http://www.mea.gov.in/bilateral-documents.htm?dtl/23635/Sixth+BRICS+Summit++Fortaleza+Declaration

100 billion US$ for sustainable development  New Development Bank NDB of BRICS with headquarters in Shanghai to accelerate growth (12.) for 2.9 billion living in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.

Most items of the Fortaleza declaration support sustainable development aligned with UN declarations, reports and goals. Some Western eyes might blink however:, reading

(17.) taxation of revenue generated in jurisdictions where economic activity takes place

(18.) which restates the January 2015 deadline for general review of quota in IMF 

(19.) expecting the shareholders of the World Bank to accept changes in October 2015

(48ff.) critical observation of observation with ICT for CT etc

http://www.mea.gov.in/bilateral-documents.htm?dtl/23635/Sixth+BRICS+Summit++Fortaleza+Declaration___

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2014-07-11 02:15:33 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Maker of Mathematica makes it an app of his language, adds 700 funs.

http://blog.wolfram.com/2014/07/09/launching-mathematica-10-with-700-new-functions-and-a-crazy-amount-of-rd/?source=frontpage

Maker of Mathematica makes it an app of his language, adds 700 funs.

http://blog.wolfram.com/2014/07/09/launching-mathematica-10-with-700-new-functions-and-a-crazy-amount-of-rd/?source=frontpage___

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2014-07-07 23:34:55 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

beautiful machine, and more to do

Warp cube

The N-Light Membrane is a cube of mirrors with fluorescent lights as edges.  3 mirrors are one-way, so you can see inside.   All you can see is reflections of the inside of the cube, extending to infinity!   

The other 3 mirrors are flexible, and the cube is connected to an air tank.  By inflating or deflating the air tank, you can make the cube convex or concave.  The reflections bend in weird ways. The effect is hypnotic.

This cube was created by an art collective called Numen/For Use, and it was displayed in St. Petersburg.   It's fun to watch videos of it shot from different angles:

http://www.numen.eu/installations/n-light/membrane/

What if you did a tetrahedron or octahedron?  There's no need to imagine; you can see them here:

http://www.numen.eu/installations/n-light/objects/

Numen/For Use is really three Croatian and Austrian guys, Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljković. 

Puzzle 1: can you make a mirrored box with warped sides so the reflections make it look like you're in hyperbolic space?  You may have seen the 'hyperbolic honeycombs' in my #geometry series - that's the sort of thing I mean.

Puzzle 2: more generally, what cool effects could you get from a mirrored box? 

If we're in an ellipsoidal mirrored box and we each put one of our eyes at one of the foci of the box, all you should see is the pupil of my eye, and vice versa.

#geometry  ___beautiful machine, and more to do

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2014-06-26 12:48:04 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

shows: (1) 'axWarP' resolutionvideo (2) 'magcent' a money installation (3) 'set 17 ' 17 stencils.

___shows: (1) 'axWarP' resolutionvideo (2) 'magcent' a money installation (3) 'set 17 ' 17 stencils.

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2014-06-12 17:09:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

back to backward

WTF?! Armed, masked Russian separatists seize "decadent" hackspace in Donetsk, Ukraine
http://boingboing.net/2014/06/11/armed-masked-russian-separati.html___back to backward

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2014-06-12 16:54:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

zero-gravity soccer

http://time.com/2864323/space-station-crew-world-cup/

zero-gravity soccer

http://time.com/2864323/space-station-crew-world-cup/___

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2014-05-26 20:48:25 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Schmiede14: SelfAssembling

Please help to promote the application or apply yourself.

Schmiede14: SelfAssembling

Please help to promote the application or apply yourself.___

2014-05-26 20:40:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

I am part of Schmiede since 2009.

Every year an abandoned industrial salt refinery on an island in Hallein, Austria opens up to around 300 Smiths and their ideas. We physically gather in order to get inspired, network, create, present and share. Schmiede provides a basic cooperative prototyping environment and an infrastructure full of impulses and passionate people.

The program of Schmiede14 is work in progress till midsummer. The reason for this is that what actually will happens depends heavily on the projects and people participating each year. 

Welcome to Schmiede
the playground of ideas.


NEXT?
Schmiede14: SelfAssembling
September 11. - 21. 2014
Application is open till May 31st.
http://schmiede.ca/apply

WHAT?
Schmiede is a producers festival and community, a playground where our ideas come to play.
Since 2003 annually, Schmiede produces this focused collective experience far off on an island in the Austrian countryside. We provide space, time, basic tools, food, events, a heterogeneous group of participants (Smiths), guests and projects. Schmiede unites to work and connect - genre, origin, tribe, eating habits - it doesn´t matter, motivation, quality and the will to work and engage with others are the core criteria.

WHO?
Schmiede receives around 250+ applications per year.  Schmiede accepts around 200 participants a year (numbers vary according to background eg.: a musician needs more space than a graphic designer) and invites around 30 guests. The SchmiedeNetwork consists of around 500 producers from over 20 nations and 5 continents. The annual mix of participants is split between 60% returning participants and 40% new participants. The age distribution is focused lies between 18 and 45, however the majority of Schmiede participants range from 20 to 35.

HOW?
For ten days the Saline in Hallein becomes an open and free playground (2000m2) for 200+ digital creatives and artists from all around the world. Depending on the needs and possibilities of its members the SmithNetwork moves along the borders of art, culture, handcraft and creative industries. Schmiede ends with the SchmiedeWorkshow, a grand public exhibition, where the Smith productions of the past ten days are presented to the the public and media.

WHY?
Do you have a project in mind, but don't have the space, people or tools to realize it?
Do you want to meet like minded creatives to collaborate, exchange ideas or just get inspired?
Do you want to present your project or idea in front of your peers and get feedback?
Schmiede might be the right place for you to get started or continue.

Where?
Austria, Salzburg, Hallein

SchmiedePrinciples:  NETWORK, CREATE, PRESENT

video: Schmiede in 5:20: https://vimeo.com/64489715
pictures: http://issuu.com/schmiede/docs/schmiede12presentation Schmiede13: RETURN program: http://issuu.com/schmiede/docs/s13_programmfolder2_issuu_0813
a larger bilingual documentation: http://issuu.com/schmiede/docs/schmiede10-discontent


more: www.schmiede.ca___I am part of Schmiede since 2009.

Every year an abandoned industrial salt refinery on an island in Hallein, Austria opens up to around 300 Smiths and their ideas. We physically gather in order to get inspired, network, create, present and share. Schmiede provides a basic cooperative prototyping environment and an infrastructure full of impulses and passionate people.

The program of Schmiede14 is work in progress till midsummer. The reason for this is that what actually will happens depends heavily on the projects and people participating each year. 

2014-05-26 20:35:35 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Welcome to Schmiede
the playground of ideas.


NEXT?
Schmiede14: SelfAssembling
September 11. - 21. 2014
Application is open till May 31st.
http://schmiede.ca/apply

WHAT?
Schmiede is a producers festival and community, a playground where our ideas come to play.
Since 2003 annually, Schmiede produces this focused collective experience far off on an island in the Austrian countryside. We provide space, time, basic tools, food, events, a heterogeneous group of participants (Smiths), guests and projects. Schmiede unites to work and connect - genre, origin, tribe, eating habits - it doesn´t matter, motivation, quality and the will to work and engage with others are the core criteria.

WHO?
Schmiede receives around 250+ applications per year.  Schmiede accepts around 200 participants a year (numbers vary according to background eg.: am... more »

Welcome to Schmiede
the playground of ideas.


NEXT?
Schmiede14: SelfAssembling
September 11. - 21. 2014
Application is open till May 31st.
http://schmiede.ca/apply

WHAT?
Schmiede is a producers festival and community, a playground where our ideas come to play.
Since 2003 annually, Schmiede produces this focused collective experience far off on an island in the Austrian countryside. We provide space, time, basic tools, food, events, a heterogeneous group of participants (Smiths), guests and projects. Schmiede unites to work and connect - genre, origin, tribe, eating habits - it doesn´t matter, motivation, quality and the will to work and engage with others are the core criteria.

WHO?
Schmiede receives around 250+ applications per year.  Schmiede accepts around 200 participants a year (numbers vary according to background eg.: a musician needs more space than a graphic designer) and invites around 30 guests. The SchmiedeNetwork consists of around 500 producers from over 20 nations and 5 continents. The annual mix of participants is split between 60% returning participants and 40% new participants. The age distribution is focused lies between 18 and 45, however the majority of Schmiede participants range from 20 to 35.

HOW?
For ten days the Saline in Hallein becomes an open and free playground (2000m2) for 200+ digital creatives and artists from all around the world. Depending on the needs and possibilities of its members the SmithNetwork moves along the borders of art, culture, handcraft and creative industries. Schmiede ends with the SchmiedeWorkshow, a grand public exhibition, where the Smith productions of the past ten days are presented to the the public and media.

WHY?
Do you have a project in mind, but don't have the space, people or tools to realize it?
Do you want to meet like minded creatives to collaborate, exchange ideas or just get inspired?
Do you want to present your project or idea in front of your peers and get feedback?
Schmiede might be the right place for you to get started or continue.

Where?
Austria, Salzburg, Hallein

SchmiedePrinciples:  NETWORK, CREATE, PRESENT

video: Schmiede in 5:20: https://vimeo.com/64489715
pictures: http://issuu.com/schmiede/docs/schmiede12presentation Schmiede13: RETURN program: http://issuu.com/schmiede/docs/s13_programmfolder2_issuu_0813
a larger bilingual documentation: http://issuu.com/schmiede/docs/schmiede10-discontent


more: www.schmiede.ca___

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2014-01-29 12:19:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

+Azimuth sleeping beauty under frozen fuel, a deep edge dream to forget.

+Azimuth sleeping beauty under frozen fuel, a deep edge dream to forget.___

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2014-01-29 11:45:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Edgemotion 14: 
http://www.edge.org/responses/what-scientific-idea-is-ready-for-retirement

My nominee for scientific retirement: "Emotion is peripheral" (literal + figurative; SSP; ICMYI):___Edgemotion 14: 
http://www.edge.org/responses/what-scientific-idea-is-ready-for-retirement

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2013-08-27 01:22:12 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

aihoi truesmart haha

When your Smart Watch gets Voice Interaction, a personality... plus a premium attitude+ : )___aihoi truesmart haha

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2013-04-04 11:18:33 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

media which do not report that are owned by the game

The largest journalistic collaboration in history, now live in 46 countries. ___media which do not report that are owned by the game

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2013-04-01 15:11:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

fun return fun function
call for application open till May 31st
http://schmiede.ca/blog/post/rutiger/schmiede13-return/

fun return fun function
call for application open till May 31st
http://schmiede.ca/blog/post/rutiger/schmiede13-return/___

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2013-03-29 19:53:11 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

kick start a documentary about modern standards for measurement

The project was started by Amy Young about two years ago but needs your support for editing existing footage. ht scientific advisor and co-investor
+Michael Trott

Let us raise this question and answer: YES!

"Should the average person be able to understand where their standards come from?"

"The State of the Unit documentary follows a historic decision in the field of metrology: to redefine the kilogram through a relationship of fundamental constants of physics, specifically Planck’s constant h.

Since 1889, a “kilogram” has been defined to be the mass of a specific platinum-iridium cylinder, secured in a vault outside of Paris. But measurements every few decades since then have shown that the mass of the cylinder is changing. 

Starting from popularheadli... more »

kick start a documentary about modern standards for measurement

The project was started by Amy Young about two years ago but needs your support for editing existing footage. ht scientific advisor and co-investor
+Michael Trott

Let us raise this question and answer: YES!

"Should the average person be able to understand where their standards come from?"

"The State of the Unit documentary follows a historic decision in the field of metrology: to redefine the kilogram through a relationship of fundamental constants of physics, specifically Planck’s constant h.

Since 1889, a “kilogram” has been defined to be the mass of a specific platinum-iridium cylinder, secured in a vault outside of Paris. But measurements every few decades since then have shown that the mass of the cylinder is changing. 

Starting from popular headlines about how “the kilogram is losing weight,” the film continues the discussion in more depth with the scientists who strive to reach the highest levels of precision in measurement."

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/52746223/the-state-of-the-unit-the-kilogram-documentary-fil?ref=live*___

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2013-02-16 23:13:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Sleeping Beauty Mirror timing Casual TuesDay in Vienna

Sleeping Beauty Mirror timing Casual TuesDay in Vienna___

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2013-01-14 16:20:45 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

WHAT SHOULD WE BE WORRIED ABOUT?

"Tell us something that worries you (for scientific reasons), but doesn't seem to be on the popular radar yet—and why it should be. Or tell us something that you have stopped worrying about, even if others do, and why it should be taken off the radar."

Geoffrey Miller, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, William McEwan, Helena Cronin, Dan Sperber, Martin Rees, Barbara Strauch, John Tooby, David Gelernter, Brian Eno, Seth Lloyd, W. Daniel Hillis, David M. Buss, David Bodanis, Benjamin Bergen, David Rowan, Nicholas G. Carr, Kevin Kelly, Lisa Randall, Evgeny Morozov, J. Craig Venter, Andrian Kreye, Terry Gilliam, Jennifer Jacquet, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Robert Sapolsky, Kate Jefferey, Lawrence Krauss, Tim O'Reilly, Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán, Bart Kosko, Timo Hannay, Helen Fisher, Michael Norton, Jessica Tracy, Haim Harari, Bruce Sterling, Vernor Vinge,Fr... more »

In case you don't have enough to worry about, 150 experts offer their candidates for things to worry about___WHAT SHOULD WE BE WORRIED ABOUT?

"Tell us something that worries you (for scientific reasons), but doesn't seem to be on the popular radar yet—and why it should be. Or tell us something that you have stopped worrying about, even if others do, and why it should be taken off the radar."

Geoffrey Miller, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, William McEwan, Helena Cronin, Dan Sperber, Martin Rees, Barbara Strauch, John Tooby, David Gelernter, Brian Eno, Seth Lloyd, W. Daniel Hillis, David M. Buss, David Bodanis, Benjamin Bergen, David Rowan, Nicholas G. Carr, Kevin Kelly, Lisa Randall, Evgeny Morozov, J. Craig Venter, Andrian Kreye, Terry Gilliam, Jennifer Jacquet, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Robert Sapolsky, Kate Jefferey, Lawrence Krauss, Tim O'Reilly, Eduardo Salcedo-Albarán, Bart Kosko, Timo Hannay, Helen Fisher, Michael Norton, Jessica Tracy, Haim Harari, Bruce Sterling, Vernor Vinge, Frank Wilczek, Sam Harris, Lee Smolin, P. Murali Doraiswamy, Marco Iacoboni, Andrew Lih, Richard Foreman, Arianna Huffington, Xeni Jardin, Christine Finn, Scott Sampson, Gino Segre, Joseph LeDoux, John Naughton, Steven Strogatz, Bruce Schneier, Kai Krause,Mario Livio, Rolf Dobelli, Randolph Nesse, Gregory Benford, Ursula Martin, David Berreby, Bruce Parker, Paul Saffo, Bruce Hood, Giulio Boccaletti, Stewart A. Kaufman, Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, William Poundstone, Victoria Stodden, Marcel Kinsbourne, Douglas T. Kenrick, Gavin Schmidt, Sherry Turkle, Stuart Firestein, Ed Regis, Daniel Haun, Joel Gold, Alison Gopnik, Seirian Sumner, Keith Devlin, Susan Blackmore, Larry Sanger, Gary Klein, Dave Winer, Rob Kurzban, Melanie Swan, Timothy Taylor, Amanda Gefter, Anton Zeilinger, Donald D. Hoffman, Leo M. Chalupa, Noga Arikha, Brian Knutson, Kirsten Bomblies, Tor Nørretranders, Jonathan Gottschall, Esther Dyson, Anthony Garrett Lisi, Simon Baron-Cohen, Daniel L. Everett, Nicholas A. Christakis, Stephon Alexander, Margaret Levi, Stephen Kosslyn & Robin Rosenberg, David Dalrymple, Andy Clark, Seth Shostak, Azra Raza, M.D., David Pizarro, Tania Lombrozo, Adam Alter, Thomas Metzinger, Matt Ridley, Paul Kedrosky, Mihalyi Csikszentmihalyi, Virginia Heffernan, Luca De Biase, Terrence J. Sejnowski, Steve Giddings, Karl Sabbagh, Dylan Evans, Laurence C. Smith, Neil Gershenfeld,  Eric J. Topol, Stanislas Dehaene, Satyajit Das, Carlo Rovelli, James J. O'Donnell, Robert Provine, Rodney A. Brooks, George Dyson, Max Tegmark, Gary Marcus, Daniel Goleman, Michael Shermer, Douglas Rushkoff, Roger Highfield,  David Christian, Juan Enriquez, Charles Seife, Aubrey De Grey, Nicholas Humphrey, Peter Woit, Scott Atran, Colin Tudge, Clifford Pickover, Mary Catherine Bateson, Steven Pinker, Roger Schank, Howard Gardner, Daniel C. Dennett

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2012-12-04 17:06:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

end of all services which use keys?

"The ITU-T DPI standard holds very little in reserve when it comes to privacy invasion. For example, the document optionally requires DPI systems to support inspection of encrypted traffic “in case of a local availability of the used encryption key(s).” It’s not entirely clear under what circumstances ISPs might have access to such keys, but in any event the very notion of decrypting the users’ traffic (quite possibly against their will) is antithetical to most norms, policies, and laws concerning privacy of communications." 

https://www.cdt.org/blogs/cdt/2811adoption-traffic-sniffing-standard-fans-wcit-flames

#ITU Approves Deep Packet Inspection Standard Behind Closed Doors, Ignores Huge Privacy Implications - http://bit.ly/Xm25qu they want trust?___end of all services which use keys?

"The ITU-T DPI standard holds very little in reserve when it comes to privacy invasion. For example, the document optionally requires DPI systems to support inspection of encrypted traffic “in case of a local availability of the used encryption key(s).” It’s not entirely clear under what circumstances ISPs might have access to such keys, but in any event the very notion of decrypting the users’ traffic (quite possibly against their will) is antithetical to most norms, policies, and laws concerning privacy of communications." 

https://www.cdt.org/blogs/cdt/2811adoption-traffic-sniffing-standard-fans-wcit-flames

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2012-12-01 18:05:24 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

TouchDevelop on iPad, iPhone, Android, PC, Mac for Windows. 

Take a look at Microsoft's new research project, a touch based web IDE
To develop Windows 8 apps in a fun and easy way with touch

It is definitely an experimental touch-centric IDE from Microsoft Research (MSR). https://www.touchdevelop.com/app/

- It's own semi visual programming language.
- It allows you to develop and design any Windows 8 UI.
- Web based, develop right in your browser with touch. Even on the iPhone
- Includes offline access as well.
- Syncs to the cloud automatically.
- It is predictive, it would know what code you anticipate to write, and the context you are in to suggest what to type. Something like a type-ahead intellisense. Natural Language Code Synthesis Engine!
- And you can sign in with your Google account :) And Facebook/Microsoft account.
- etc

Give it a try, the people at MSR worked really hard innovating at this front. The previous version was called TouchStudio. The new app lives here https://www.touchdevelop.com/app/ (remember the /app/)___TouchDevelop on iPad, iPhone, Android, PC, Mac for Windows. 

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2012-11-29 12:32:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

do g owners disagree about arrow of time?
g+ is research for search, has no revenue, depends on profit from g-,
g- profit t-1 rules g+ budget t+1. 

I wish the Google+ execs would stop mouthing off and fix their service

I've been spending more time here lately. Last week I went through all my 12,000+ contacts one-by-one to get my contact list up to date and cleaned up (that's what I ended up with, I actually had 30,000 entries in http://contacts.google.com when I started).

Then I was going through my Google+ contacts and looking at each one, working to clean up my circles and get ready to spend a lot more time here.

Lately I'll be honest: I've been spending a lot more time over on Facebook for a lot of reasons. I'm not alone in that. Over on Mashable they have an article showing that the average person spends many hours per month on Facebook while only a few minutes here on Google+: http://mashable.com/2012/11/28/social-media-time/

Then, today, I saw this article, or, rather, set of articles, on Techmeme http://www.techmeme.com/121128/p68#a121128p68 with Google+'s
+Bradley Horowitz talking about Facebook. Of course his comments are very popular.

The problem is that Google+ has some deep flaws. I wish the Google+ team would fix these things instead of talking to the press. What are they?

1. I can't figure out who, on my list of 12,000, will be most likely to bring me interesting stuff. Heck, I can't even figure out whether or not they are on Google+ and even if I do find them on Google+ thanks to Google+'s excellent search features, I can't tell if they ever post.

2. I can't add many more people anyway, because Google+ limits me to 5,000 total. Facebook also limits me to 5,000, but separates pages into its own 5,000, so I can go nuts gathering real people without worrying about removing the 5,000 startups I've collected.

3. Over on the right Google+ keeps suggesting people to me. I've been visiting those people lately and most have never posted anything. So why is Google+ suggesting them to me?

4. The suggested list is fine (I'm on it, which is why I have about 3 million followers here) but it doesn't go far enough. It's not diverse enough. It's not clear how it's curated. Finally, I'm not sure what I'll get from any of these people and, when you are in the suggested user list you can't even visit each person's full Google+ account to learn more about what they've posted over time.

5. Facebook's lists are far superior in every way to Google+ circles. Facebook's lists are public. Can have more than 500 things on them (Google+'s circles can't share more than 500 things). And are flexible for owners as to what gets displayed on them (on most of my lists, for instance, I don't include music or videos). I could go on, too. Facebook's lists are easier to make and since content updates as you add people you can really see the consequences of each new person or page. Google+ doesn't update content as you update a circle, in fact, you have to wait a few minutes to few hours to see what the content will look like.

6. Facebook's noise filters are better. Despite what +George Takei and others say about them. The news feed there is dramatically more interesting than the one here. Some of that is I've spent a lot more hours finding interesting content to subscribe to, some of that is the stuff above (I am following 4,400 friends, 3,000 subscribes, and 4,400 pages, while Google+ only lets me follow 5,000 total) but the Facebook algorithms are quite good at picking interesting stuff for me to see.

Yes, all this must be measured against ads. But because I unliked 800 major brands I'm no longer seeing that many ads. Bradley's words just are hollow to me.

What Bradley should worry about is that the long tail isn't moving over to Google+. I see this every day in the breadth and quality of content posted here and the emotional attachment people have to that. In other words, people are posting a LOT more content for their families over on Facebook because their families are totally focused on Facebook.

I sure wish Google+ would fix the discovery features here so we could really build some awesome communities. The photography community here gives you a small sense of what Google+ could be but it's wholly frustrating that newbies here probably won't discover that because none of us can share the 1,000+ photographers that we know about. Or, think about how cool it would be if I could put all startups on a circle and share them. I already have 2,000 over on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/lists/10151131074469655 but I can't share them here. That pisses me off.

If Google+ is the social network of the future it needs to be dramatically better than it is today.

I want it to be. I'm going to be among the first to have +Project Glass (Google's wearable computers) and I want to build new communities for that and share them here but I just can't because Google+ refuses to fix the discovery features here.

I don't get that. ___do g owners disagree about arrow of time?
g+ is research for search, has no revenue, depends on profit from g-,
g- profit t-1 rules g+ budget t+1. 

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2012-11-22 23:30:01 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

relativistic realism from MIT gamelab

http://gamelab.mit.edu/games/a-slower-speed-of-light/

relativistic realism from MIT gamelab

http://gamelab.mit.edu/games/a-slower-speed-of-light/___

2012-11-13 06:25:00 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

U$ - Texas, - Louisiana, - Florida .............?
vs
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/strip-citizenship-everyone-who-signed-petition-secede-and-exile-them/ZbMjcwPf

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitions/popular/0/2/0/

U$ - Texas, - Louisiana, - Florida .............?
vs
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/strip-citizenship-everyone-who-signed-petition-secede-and-exile-them/ZbMjcwPf

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitions/popular/0/2/0/___

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2012-07-12 14:56:14 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Visual Meets DriM

Visual Meets DriM___

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2012-06-29 14:13:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

+Dornröschen updates a soundproof wall at Ragnarhof. More beamers behind and upstairs.

Summer in Vienna. Visual Meets Ragnarhof. 2 month dedicated to visual arts, music and joy of life.___+Dornröschen updates a soundproof wall at Ragnarhof. More beamers behind and upstairs.

2012-06-29 12:53:36 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

+Visual Meets and +Dornröschen invite by BBQ, exhibition mapping and live visuals with international line up. Be part from start till September 9.

Mapping between analog and digital art by
Ali Al Taiee, Cagla Cömert, Ingrid Frauenberger, Thomas Fritsch, Silvia Maria Hecher, Szymon Olszowski, Martin Ruzicka, Michael F Schreiber, Michael Walter Otto Von Bank, Manfred Weber-Wien 

VISUALS
Dornröschen & Lux Lepus

LINEUP
1859 Outdoor BBQ
1900 Clash /Freeze Tunes) 
2100 k:sun (Tiefentanz) 
2300 Cepp van de Bovenkamp (AGKP/zero*/stefunny)
0100 Africa Boyz Madwin & Wayne Harber (Simplemotion), 
0330 Incredible Cedsh (Simplemotion)___+Visual Meets and +Dornröschen invite by BBQ, exhibition mapping and live visuals with international line up. Be part from start till September 9.

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2012-06-25 06:52:15 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

BIS report: vicious cycles  shadow banking etc: "Most importantly, 
authorities should continue forcing banks to bring leverage down – and keep it there by preventing them from deploying new instruments and tactics that 
would push it back up. But such efforts should not stop with traditional banks. Prudential authorities everywhere still face the challenge of putting in place robust regulations that extend to the shadow banking sector."
http://www.bis.org/publ/arpdf/ar2012e.pdf

BIS report: vicious cycles  shadow banking etc: "Most importantly, 
authorities should continue forcing banks to bring leverage down – and keep it there by preventing them from deploying new instruments and tactics that 
would push it back up. But such efforts should not stop with traditional banks. Prudential authorities everywhere still face the challenge of putting in place robust regulations that extend to the shadow banking sector."
http://www.bis.org/publ/arpdf/ar2012e.pdf___

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2012-06-14 14:09:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

= part of Anderart vernissage Art.Delusion.Sense & Visual Meets pre_party with Simple Motion. Double feature at Ragnarhof Vienna this evening from 20.00 till early: live performances between objects and installations created by anderart artists and friends. My contributions include a short talk about our Anderart Story, a complete series of 128 Truchets stapled into a cooperative installation including meters of Baumgarten rolls, a quartz animated Windows movie for a composition by Regina Alfery, high resolution reincarnations of three Tau prints stolen recently,  algorithmic and media based visuals to beam that that hat at u.

= part of Anderart vernissage Art.Delusion.Sense & Visual Meets pre_party with Simple Motion. Double feature at Ragnarhof Vienna this evening from 20.00 till early: live performances between objects and installations created by anderart artists and friends. My contributions include a short talk about our Anderart Story, a complete series of 128 Truchets stapled into a cooperative installation including meters of Baumgarten rolls, a quartz animated Windows movie for a composition by Regina Alfery, high resolution reincarnations of three Tau prints stolen recently,  algorithmic and media based visuals to beam that that hat at u.___

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2012-05-10 14:06:00 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Art from anderart friends including some of my experiments with multi time. Anderwelt at Ragnarhof Vienna, 1160 Grundsteing 12, on May 10th, 2012

Art from anderart friends including some of my experiments with multi time. Anderwelt at Ragnarhof Vienna, 1160 Grundsteing 12, on May 10th, 2012___

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2012-04-25 10:51:21 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

new kind of compiler, automata in LLVM 3.1

"We added new TableGen infrastructure to support bundling for Very Long Instruction Word (VLIW) architectures. TableGen can now automatically generate a deterministic finite automaton from a VLIW target's schedule description which can be queried to determine legal groupings of instructions in a bundle.

We have added a new target independent VLIW packetizer based on the DFA infrastructure to group machine instructions into bundles."

new kind of compiler, automata in LLVM 3.1

"We added new TableGen infrastructure to support bundling for Very Long Instruction Word (VLIW) architectures. TableGen can now automatically generate a deterministic finite automaton from a VLIW target's schedule description which can be queried to determine legal groupings of instructions in a bundle.

We have added a new target independent VLIW packetizer based on the DFA infrastructure to group machine instructions into bundles."___

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2012-04-11 23:52:45 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Gray?

Toward a simpler, more beautiful Google

We've just begun the worldwide rollout of a more functional and flexible version of Google+. We think you’ll find it easier to use and nicer to look at, but most importantly, it accelerates our efforts to create a simpler, more beautiful Google.

You can read more about it here:
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/toward-simpler-more-beautiful-google.html

#googleplusupdate___Gray?

2012-03-11 03:45:27 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

zettabits per brain

Our heads hold only 10^11 neurons but we connect them with 10^19 micro tubes, each storing > 4k in binary or ternary codes. This system would need about 2% of the energy consumed by the brain.

Cytoskeletal Signaling: Is Memory Encoded in Microtubule Lattices by CaMKII Phosphorylation?

Travis J. A. Craddock, Jack A. Tuszynski, Stuart Hameroff

Memory is attributed to strengthened synaptic connections among particular brain neurons, yet synaptic membrane components are transient, whereas memories can endure. This suggests synaptic information is encoded and ‘hard-wired’ elsewhere, e.g. at molecular levels within the post-synaptic neuron. In long-term potentiation (LTP), a cellular and molecular model for memory, post-synaptic calcium ion (Ca2+) flux activates the hexagonal Ca2+-calmodulin dependent kinase II (CaMKII), adod... more »

zettabits per brain

Our heads hold only 10^11 neurons but we connect them with 10^19 micro tubes, each storing > 4k in binary or ternary codes. This system would need about 2% of the energy consumed by the brain.

Cytoskeletal Signaling: Is Memory Encoded in Microtubule Lattices by CaMKII Phosphorylation?

Travis J. A. Craddock, Jack A. Tuszynski, Stuart Hameroff

Memory is attributed to strengthened synaptic connections among particular brain neurons, yet synaptic membrane components are transient, whereas memories can endure. This suggests synaptic information is encoded and ‘hard-wired’ elsewhere, e.g. at molecular levels within the post-synaptic neuron. In long-term potentiation (LTP), a cellular and molecular model for memory, post-synaptic calcium ion (Ca2+) flux activates the hexagonal Ca2+-calmodulin dependent kinase II (CaMKII), a dodacameric holoenzyme containing 2 hexagonal sets of 6 kinase domains. Each kinase domain can either phosphorylate substrate proteins, or not (i.e. encoding one bit). Thus each set of extended CaMKII kinases can potentially encode synaptic Ca2+ information via phosphorylation as ordered arrays of binary ‘bits’. Candidate sites for CaMKII phosphorylation-encoded molecular memory include microtubules (MTs), cylindrical organelles whose surfaces represent a regular lattice with a pattern of hexagonal polymers of the protein tubulin. Using molecular mechanics modeling and electrostatic profiling, we find that spatial dimensions and geometry of the extended CaMKII kinase domains precisely match those of MT hexagonal lattices. This suggests sets of six CaMKII kinase domains phosphorylate hexagonal MT lattice neighborhoods collectively, e.g. conveying synaptic information as ordered arrays of six “bits”, and thus “bytes”, with 64 to 5,281 possible bit states per CaMKII-MT byte. Signaling and encoding in MTs and other cytoskeletal structures offer rapid, robust solid-state information processing which may reflect a general code for MT-based memory and information processing within neurons and other eukaryotic cells.

http://www.ploscompbiol.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pcbi.1002421___

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2012-03-10 00:43:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Lobbying Disclosure Report

+The White House promotes a database offering details about a sharp increase in total giga $ amounts in 2007 followed by fat years for lobbying according to Senate filings:
0.59 g$ 2006
20.4 g$ 2007
38.9 g$ 2008

54.0 g$ 2009
46.5 g$ 2010
22.2 g$ 2011

https://explore.data.gov/Federal-Government-Finances-and-Employment/Lobbying-Disclosure-Reports/aqdm-v85k
https://plus.google.com/u/0/105479712798762608629/posts/KE6Kfh7zdSf

Lobbying Disclosure Report

+The White House promotes a database offering details about a sharp increase in total giga $ amounts in 2007 followed by fat years for lobbying according to Senate filings:
0.59 g$ 2006
20.4 g$ 2007
38.9 g$ 2008

54.0 g$ 2009
46.5 g$ 2010
22.2 g$ 2011

https://explore.data.gov/Federal-Government-Finances-and-Employment/Lobbying-Disclosure-Reports/aqdm-v85k
https://plus.google.com/u/0/105479712798762608629/posts/KE6Kfh7zdSf___

2012-01-12 20:18:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

+Miss Incoming :)
a discussion about the removal of Incoming (stream of posts from not yet circled people who circled you)
https://plus.google.com/113882113745075873153/posts/Rjt66GLtnA2

+Miss Incoming :)
a discussion about the removal of Incoming (stream of posts from not yet circled people who circled you)
https://plus.google.com/113882113745075873153/posts/Rjt66GLtnA2___

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2012-01-10 21:03:34 (4 comments, 5 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

We’ve started manufacture! (.. not in UK because of timing issues, capacity constraints, price, and tax on imported components..)
http://www.raspberrypi.org/

We’ve started manufacture! (.. not in UK because of timing issues, capacity constraints, price, and tax on imported components..)
http://www.raspberrypi.org/___

2011-12-22 16:14:16 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

scored 92.4% in the online class Introduction to Artificial Intelligence offered by Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig.

scored 92.4% in the online class Introduction to Artificial Intelligence offered by Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig.___

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2011-12-14 15:24:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

performing Dornröschen visuals
http://www.facebook.com/events/302223799788489/

performing Dornröschen visuals
http://www.facebook.com/events/302223799788489/___

2011-12-07 15:47:42 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

art of now live installation of Dornröschen Spiegel a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty Mirror at Bücherstube Baumann Vienna. Pre xmas drinks between real books and this interactive time machine.

art of now live installation of Dornröschen Spiegel a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty Mirror at Bücherstube Baumann Vienna. Pre xmas drinks between real books and this interactive time machine.___

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2011-12-07 13:50:31 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

will it be possible to compute in terms of quantum entanglements? Connecting dots with recent news from MIT it might make sense to weave those nanoscale counter cables over topological insulators.

http://goo.gl/2wOHi___will it be possible to compute in terms of quantum entanglements? Connecting dots with recent news from MIT it might make sense to weave those nanoscale counter cables over topological insulators.

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2011-12-06 11:09:11 (2 comments, 17 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

drawing 2D hearts with google search...
(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2)),(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2))

drawing 2D hearts with google search...
(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2)),(abs(x)+sqrt(1-x^2))*(.5+sin(60*pi*x)*.5)+(.5-sin(60*pi*x)*.5)*(sqrt(abs(x))-sqrt(1-x^2))___

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2011-12-02 05:40:29 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

atomic memory ops with ARC, dragon egg emus gcc, featuring new type and exception models. LLVM 3.0 removes support for reading LLVM 2.8 and earlier files, and LLVM 3.1 will eliminate support for reading LLVM 2.9 files. Going forward, we aim for all future versions of LLVM to read bitcode files and .ll files produced by LLVM 3.0.
http://llvm.org/releases/3.0/docs/ReleaseNotes.html

atomic memory ops with ARC, dragon egg emus gcc, featuring new type and exception models. LLVM 3.0 removes support for reading LLVM 2.8 and earlier files, and LLVM 3.1 will eliminate support for reading LLVM 2.9 files. Going forward, we aim for all future versions of LLVM to read bitcode files and .ll files produced by LLVM 3.0.
http://llvm.org/releases/3.0/docs/ReleaseNotes.html___

2011-11-26 17:18:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

installing my time constrained time machine experiment Sleeping Beauty Mirror a.k.a. Dornröschen Spiegel at Celeste in Vienna.

installing my time constrained time machine experiment Sleeping Beauty Mirror a.k.a. Dornröschen Spiegel at Celeste in Vienna.___

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2011-11-21 15:17:26 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Spiral at
u[0] == 0
defined by
Derivative[1][u][a] == a E^(I a)
gives the complex solution
-1 + E^(I a) - I E^(I a) a

Spiral at
u[0] == 0
defined by
Derivative[1][u][a] == a E^(I a)
gives the complex solution
-1 + E^(I a) - I E^(I a) a___

posted image

2011-11-19 05:15:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

100% vj support for 99%, an epic example with sony 12k projector and modul8.

"I can't charge you money, this is for the people,' she said. She was born in the projects & opened up her home to us."___100% vj support for 99%, an epic example with sony 12k projector and modul8.

2011-11-19 04:52:06 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

my interactive meta timing timing installation Sleeping Beauty Mirror is on display in the experimental cooperation event Does a one legged duck swim in circles? for the exhibition project: If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
19th of November 2011 from 1400 to 1900 at
Gallery Lisa Ruyter, Kantgasse 3/20, Wien 1.

my interactive meta timing timing installation Sleeping Beauty Mirror is on display in the experimental cooperation event Does a one legged duck swim in circles? for the exhibition project: If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?
19th of November 2011 from 1400 to 1900 at
Gallery Lisa Ruyter, Kantgasse 3/20, Wien 1.___

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