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Sunday, August 26, 2012

World’s first 3D printed racing car can pace at 140 km/h | TechTripper

World’s first 3D printed racing car can pace at 140 km/h | TechTripper
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Thursday, August 9, 2012

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Sunday, August 5, 2012

RT @iDokieFilms NASA MOHAWK GUY IS ON TWITTER @tweetsoutloud

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Transparent solar cells make any glass surface a power generator | DVICE

Transparent solar cells make any glass surface a power generator | DVICE
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Girl Programs Artificial 'Brain' to Diagnose Breast Cancer | LiveScience

Girl Programs Artificial 'Brain' to Diagnose Breast Cancer | LiveScience
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DNA Nanotechnology enables new class of synthetic vaccines

DNA Nanotechnology enables new class of synthetic vaccines
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Samsung’s New Galaxy S III Combines LTE And Quad-Core Processor | TechCrunch

Samsung’s New Galaxy S III Combines LTE And Quad-Core Processor | TechCrunch: quad-core processors and high-speed LTE radios may seem like the next logical step in the way for smartphone spec supremacy (and you’d be right to think so), but making it happen is a process that’s easier said than done. You see, quad-core devices like the HTC One X and the Galaxy S III tend to get futzed with as they jump from market to market. One of the major concessions that HTC and Samsung had to make when they brought their respective phones to the U.S. is that they couldn’t have both a quad-core chipset and an LTE radio onboard because of compatibility issues.
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HTC One X+ Rumored To Launch On T-Mobile Come September | TechCrunch

HTC One X+ Rumored To Launch On T-Mobile Come September | TechCrunch
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Saturday, July 21, 2012

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Concept laser starship turns quantum vacuum into antimatter fuel | DVICE

Concept laser starship turns quantum vacuum into antimatter fuel | DVICE
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Desktop 3D Printer | Mojo by Stratasys

Desktop 3D Printer | Mojo by Stratasys
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Broken Glass: Father of wearable computing allegedly assaulted - SlashGear

Broken Glass: Father of wearable computing allegedly assaulted - SlashGear

As if you needed another reason to #boycottMcDonalds
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Geoengineers to release planet-cooling gas into New Mexico atmosphere | The Raw Story

Geoengineers to release planet-cooling gas into New Mexico atmosphere | The Raw Story
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Next Up For Robotic Automation: Serving Pizza Untouched By Human Hands | Singularity Hub

Next Up For Robotic Automation: Serving Pizza Untouched By Human Hands | Singularity Hub
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Thursday, July 12, 2012

RT @rlanzara New way to generate terahertz radiation - http://t.co/TcO4ToDr #science #physics

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Saturday, July 7, 2012

OptionTOSHIBA SATELLITE C655-S5210 CRACK SCREEN VIDEO RIBBON QUESTION

Hello,
I would like to verify that the screen shown in the last link  is compatible with cable shown in the flicker photos.

TOSHIBA SATELLITE C655-S5210

http://www.laptopscreen.com/English/model/Toshiba/SATELLITE~C655-S5210/
http://www.laptopscreen.com/img/screens/1_big/U01%20laptop%20screen.jpg
http://www.laptopscreen.com/img/screens/1_big/U03%20laptop%20screen.jpg

http://www.flickr.com/photos/40981207@N02/7525298548/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/40981207@N02/7525302596/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/40981207@N02/7525303898/

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LAPTOP-LCD-SCREEN-FOR-TOSHIBA-SATELLITE-C655D-S5210-15-6-WXGA-HD-/190601584299?pt=US_Laptop_Screens_LCD_Panels&hash=item2c60bd5eab



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This is a cracked screen.
The toshiba parts department said there are two screens for this model.
TOSHIBA SATELLITE C655-S5210
  I have removed the back cover and taken pictures of the video cable and serial numbers.
   I would like to confirm that the cable labeled:
6017B0265501 CONN Y/A/A*
BerLin LED LCD+CCD CABLE ROHS+HF
HL 11 06 07 A02
http://www.flickr.com/photos/40981207@N02/7525298548/
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=TOSHIBA+C655+S5210&_sacat=0&_odkw=TOSHIBA+C655-S5210&_osacat=0
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Thursday, July 5, 2012

BBC News - 3D-printed sugar network to help grow artificial liver

BBC News - 3D-printed sugar network to help grow artificial liver
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Fwd: Hunger Is No Match for a Burrito-Printing Bot



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Burritob0t: A 3D Tex-Mex Printer of Hangover Helpers
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Have you ever dreamed of a warm, tortilla-wrapped bundle of joy after a long night out or on a bleary-eyed morning, only to find your favorite taco shop closed? Maybe you just have an unhealthy addiction to these penny-saving, bean, meat, cheese, or anything-filled savory and cylindrical meals that will fill you up pronto. 

If you can relate, you're in for a treat. The customizable, 3-D Burritob0t prototype will print your dream burrito ingredients straight onto a tortilla. The invention is the work of interactive designer Marko Manriquez, who created the project while studying at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program and he hopes to bring it to life with a Kickstarter campaign.

Manriquez calls his Burritob0t "Tex-Mex 3D Printing." The b0t features disposable syringes to print ingredients including beans, rice, cheese, sour cream, corn, guacamole, and of course salsa picante. As long as it's in paste form, any ingredient can be attached to the printer.

The machine is connected with a smartphone app, which offers the burrito-lover flexibility in controlling the meal. The user selects the level of each ingredient according to a numbered scale. The app enables Manriquez to track user taste preferences in a database and visualize the data.

"The Burritob0t has the potential to revolutionize the way we engage with food, in the same way a hot plate, a blender, or a mixer have in our recent past," says Manriquez. "By creating an open-source, DIY version of the Burritob0t, I am aiming to put the power in the hands of the consumer. With the Burritob0t in your kitchen, you can create more meals in less time."

Manriquez is using his machine to question the food industry's assembly line mentality, especially when it comes to fast food. "Burritob0t aims to encourage dialogue about how and where our food is grown, methods of production, environmental impact, cultural appropriation, and, perhaps most importantly: what our food means to us," says Manriquez.

Curious to see the Burritob0t in action? Manriquez plans to hold a public demo this summer in New York City. He is also working on a 5-course meal exhibition: each course will be prepared (or printed) from the syringes of a different bot. 

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Friday, June 29, 2012

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

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Synbiota SPrize 2012

Synbiota SPrize 2012
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Genome Editing with CompoZr Custom Zinc Finger Nuc... [J Vis Exp. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI

Genome Editing with CompoZr Custom Zinc Finger Nuc... [J Vis Exp. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI
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Scientists Invent Particles That Will Let You Live Without Breathing

Scientists Invent Particles That Will Let You Live Without Breathing
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Wanna Rent One of the World's Biggest Supercomputers? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

Wanna Rent One of the World's Biggest Supercomputers? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
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Nexus Q social streaming device hands-on -- Engadget

Nexus Q social streaming device hands-on -- Engadget
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New Scientist TV: First full universe simulation zooms in on dark matter

New Scientist TV: First full universe simulation zooms in on dark matter
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First tabletop X-ray laser device | RobAid

First tabletop X-ray laser device | RobAid
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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Scientist creates lifelike cells out of metal | MNN - Mother Nature Network

Scientist creates lifelike cells out of metal | MNN - Mother Nature Network
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Saturday, June 16, 2012

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Friday, June 8, 2012

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Fwd: From Emergency Room to Chat Room



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Visiting the Doctor Digitally with the Help of a New Startup
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There are many reasons people avoid the emergency room—the endless waiting, the stench, the feeling of being lost in a sea of aches and pains. But what if you could skip the visit to the emergency room and your doctor altogether—at least in the flesh?

Soon, a prescription refill, answers to health questions, and even a diagnosis could be an email away. Sherpaa, a medical company for today's digital world, allows their clients to connect with primary care doctors online or on the phone around the clock. The concept is simple—if a client cuts his finger, for example, he can snap a photo with his cell phone, email it to his primary care doctor (better known as a "guide" in the Sherpaa-verse), then have the doctor assess the damage and whether an ER trip is required. If a stitch is needed, they'll give the patient instructions to care for the wound until a prompt appointment at a local specialist's office can be made. In the end, Sherpaa hopes this will save patients thousands of dollars and hours of time, turning multiple doctor visits into just one whenever possible.

Co-founder Dr. Jay Parkinson told Co.Exist that Sherpaa's main goals include lowering health care costs (the second-highest cost for businesses after payroll) for companies while providing a better patient-doctor relationship. Sherpaa steps in, analyzes how a company handles health care, then overhauls their plan for one that best suits their employees. They'll often advise companies to give out a $2,000 debit card to cover the initial deductible—if an employee doesn't use all of it, it goes back to the company, which ends up saving money in the end.

Sherpaa currently lists Tumblr as its only client online, but is reportedly branching out to other New York-based companies. "When you go to a company and explain to them what's going on, within a few minutes, it's a no-brainer for them to do it," Parkinson told Co.Exist. "It just highlights how much waste there is in the health care system. That's their business model: confusion."

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