Sunday, November 6, 2011


Dear Readers,

This newsletter is a great opportunity for me- I get and study some good quality information and I also can donate it to you. “Good quality” is a problem of definition- and all I can hope is that more and more people
will use definitions similar to my own definitions.
Otherwise the World’s interestingness is increasing, however it seems we
will survive.
Very truly yours,




The history of the Internet in a nutshell:


IBM open-sources ‘Internet of Things’ protocol:

SEARCH & FIND: What, where, how.  


Infographic: The Top Three US Search Engines:

Question and Answer Search Engines:


Deep Web is hidden from search engines:


Check what time it is anywhere in the world on the Web

Anonymous e-mail in seconds:

Website reputation:

Social media, four trends to watch in 2012:

Twitterology, a new science?:


10 Great Twitter Tools To Transform Your Tweeting Experience:

Infographic of the day- the many languages of Twitter:



Is Google too big to fail?

Improve your Google-fu with these 13 vital search commands:


Google Changes Search Algorithm, Trying to Make Results More Timely:                 

Gmail’s new look:  

Confesions of  a Googleholic- getting ahead in the game:

Don’t blame Google –get known for doing something great:

Google TV
Reboots -Google TV is revamping its software, but doesn't plan to put out new hardware until next year:

Google+ is not a social network, but it’s not a graveyard, either:


Amazon, now a book lender:



Decoding the brain’s cacophony:


Brain Cells Responsible for Keeping Us Awake Identified:

Consciousness: The Black Hole of Neuroscience:


Deep Intellect Inside the mind of the octopus:


Rethinking Equilibrium: In Nature, Large Energy Fluctuations May Rile Even 'Relaxed' Systems:


Evolution During Human Colonizations: Selective Advantage of Being There First:


Researchers Complete Mollusk Evolutionary Tree:


Third industrial revolution-review:


Company Aims to Make Better Biofuel Crops Agradis wants to use genomics to develop plants that could yield more material for biofuels.:


Solar Power’s Good News:


Solar Power Could Get Boost from New Light Absorption Design:


Lighting Sheets Made of Tiny LEDs Nth Degree Technologies plans to replace bulbs with lights that can be printed on large, flexible surfaces:


Use of Supercritical Water Could Cut Costs for Ethanol A startup says it can make sugar for biofuel from wood chips at a fraction of the normal cost:


World's Most Efficient Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Created On Plastic:


A Versatile Touch Sensor A new system adapted from a technology used for underwater cables could lead to touch sensors in clothes and coffee tables:


Finest Silk Made of the Purest Nanometer-Thin Gold Woven Into Ties and Handkerchiefs:

Levitating lamp meets the future halfway:


7 Billion and Counting: Welcome to a Planet With Population Overload and Resources in Crisis [With Photos From National Geographic] The definition of overpopulation has less to do with raw numbers of people than their relationship with the planet's sustainable resources.:

Demographics Are Not Destiny

Even as the world’s population reaches 7 billion, the rate of growth is slowing and workforces are aging. Companies and countries can prosper by preparing for the changes to come:


Schools must teach problem solving to break from outdated learning concepts, claims report:                       

Science, Technology And The Future: The Promises And Pitfalls Of Elevated Thinking

What does it mean to be human?:

Social Singularity:  Why Things Are Getting Progressively Better:

Serendip- for those who ask questions without boundaries:

Stop Subjecting Your Baby To Mozart! (Give Her Drama Lessons Instead):


Don't Worry, Be Happy: Understanding Mindfulness Meditation:


Impulsive Versus Controlled Men: Disinhibited Brains and Disinhibited Behavior:


Belief in God Cuts Two Ways, Study Finds:


Finding Relief in Ritual: A Healthy Dose of Repetitive Behavior Reduces Anxiety, Says Researcher:

Beyond the Self:

What Happens When the Average Lifespan Hits 100?


Ratio of Criticisms to Compliments is woefully imbalanced…:

Color, vision and art:

What are some great optical illusions:



Are we really running out of everything?:


7 best coaching books for managers and leaders:

Stop Wasting Your Time Solving Problems:


Managing Yourself: How to Cultivate Engaged Employees:

The Art of Asking Questions:


10,000 hours of concerted practice to become an expert. How much time are you investing in your own development?:

Weekend imagination igniters:


Test Could Show Which Cancers Will Respond to Chemotherapy Tumors closer to committing "cellular suicide" are more sensitive to conventional anticancer drugs.:


Light Can Detect Pre-Cancerous Colon Cells:


Tactic to Delay Age-Related Disorders:

Why could I not read this in 1981?


Forever young?  A way to counteract part of the process of growing old:|hig|11-3-2011|editors_highlights


Some Asthma Drugs Kill More People Than Asthma: Why Is Big Pharma Allowed to Hawk Deadly Pills?


New Findings Contradict Dominant Theory in Alzheimer's Disease:


Doctors Can Learn Empathy Through a Computer-Based Tutorial:


Could Social Media Be Used to Detect Disease Outbreaks?:


The Virtual Nurse Will See You Now In the hectic world of a hospital, a computer-simulated nurse can be surprisingly comfortin:g : .

Hope of a breakthrough cure for high blood pressure that could save millions of lives every year


New material claimed to filter flu virus out of air:

Headache tree is a pain in the brain
Bay laurel swells cranial blood vessels:




Vaccine for Cattle Offers Hope to Poorest Farmers:


Are Global Honey Bee Declines Caused by Diesel Pollution?:


Corporate Crimes In the Cereal Aisle: How Companies Are Fooling You Into Thinking Their Products Are Healthy:



In Jehovah’s village God is alive and well and living in rural Kenya:                                    

Arms and Armors—Common Miscocptions and Frequently Asked Questions:


11/11/11: Maya Scholar Debunks Doomsday Myths;






Internet Privacy Tools Are Confusing, Ineffective for Most People:


4 Security Tips the Pros Use:


Password Safety: Tips for Keeping Passwords Safe:

Safeguard Your Privacy in Facebook:


Nokia Rolls the Dice with Windows Devices With modest hardware, Nokia's new phones may struggle to stand out:


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  2. Thank you again. My blog has everything except popularity, and I want it mainly for the newsletter
    when it was in Romanian it had 7732 subscribers now a few hundred.
    The other writings - I know it- are too intellectual.
    But read please those re Problem Solving (label BASIC)