Sunday, February 20, 2011


My Informavore's Sunday offers an excellent opportunity
to study the complex relationships between the seriousness,
interestingness and attractivity of information



Drumming Up More Addresses on the Internet
When Vint Cerf allocated 4.3 billion addresses, in 1977, it
seemed like plenty. But they're almost used up.

Leo’s answer to a difficult question- Will IPv6 break my internet on old machines?

The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom

by Evgeny Morozov  (book):

2. SEARCH & FIND: What, where, how.  


The future of search: What it is and what we hope to do (a series):  

Watson is just a super- search engine:

Wendy Boswell: About Web Search: Free online courses at About Web Search:


Voting is now open for the About Web Search Readers' Choice Awards!:

Mahalo- from search engine to how-to site:                               



Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth:


Build Your Online Networks Using Social Annotations:

Avant-garde: blogging about blogging:

45 sureshot tips and tricks to make your blog popular:

If Google is the new Microsoft, Facebook si the new Google:

Twitter as utility like running water? That’s Goal, says CEO:



Google Social Search Spreads to Fight Facebook:


Google's Search Gold Mine Could Tap Out:

Google unveils anti-content farm Chrome tool:



First Measurement of 'Wordquakes' Shaking the Blogosphere:

Wolfram Research co-founder's Touch Press and the future of e-books:

Springer eBooks Now Available in Google eBookstore:


Brain functions- questions and answers:


V.S. Ramachandran's Tales Of The 'Tell-Tale Brain:


Self Comes to Mind: Constructing the Conscious Brain by Antonio Damasio – review:


Trial and Error: The Brain Learns from Mistakes:


Can Science and Religion Get Along?:

Boy Without a Cerebellum Baffles Doctors:


How close are we to a computer that thinks? :

The future of human genome;


Religion- faith in science (The Templeton Foundation):

Measuring the suns role on climate


Cosmic census finds crowds of planets in our galaxy:


2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal:,8599,2048138,00.html

I don\t believe it but cannot wait so much!

Text messaging modifying our emotional responses:


Scientists build world’s first anti-laser:


Superhalogens: New Class of Magic Atomic Clusters Discovered


Pump On: A 'Sublime' Biography Of The Human Heart:


Arctic Roamers: The Move of Southern Species into Far North:


Western Australia's Incredible Underground Orchid:


Ultra-Fast Suction Traps Leave No Chance for Prey Animals (it’s about carnivorous plants):

Pesky Bacterial Slime Reveals Its Survival Secrets:


Hot-Bunking' Bacterium Recycles Iron to Boost Ocean Metabolism:


Evolution in action: Hudson River Fish Evolve Toxic PCB Immunity:

Library of Congress- information on forensic science:

Two new plants discovered in Spain:


Undead microbes may influence biodiversity:


Periodic Table of Shapes' to Give a New Dimension to Math:



Wind energy now cost competitive with Coal:


Scientists Discover Agave's Tremendous Potential as New Bioenergy Feedstock:


Light-Emitting Rubber Could Sense Structural Damage:

Yahoo! Introduces Livestand: A Personalized Newstand for Tablets:


!Are terrorists insane?:

The greatest composers of all times:

The best free cultural & educational media on the web

Also from Cultural Offerings- a great pianist Simone Dinnerstein:

The secrets of the Silk Road:



Self-Induced Panic And The Financial Crisis:


How Cloud Computing Is Changing the World:

A corporate climate of mutual help:

Leadership – resistance and criticism; 8 facts and 8 lessons:

Using IT to drive innovation:

Recognizing creative leadership: Can creative idea expression negatively relate to perceptions of leadership potential?:

HR people need to care about learning not just training:


How to Deal With a Passive-Aggressive Peer:


Eight Communication Traps That Foil Innovation:

Friday Story: A Man and an Idea that Changed the World

When is bad publicity good?


The staph bug’s Achilles Heel:


Alcohol's Disruptive Effects on Sleep May Be More Pronounced Among Women:


Ecuadorean Villagers May Hold Secret to Longevity:



Study: Eating More Fiber Could Mean Longer Life:


Calorie labelling has no effect on food choices:


Drinking habits- a map of the world alcohol consumption:


Hershey scientists say chocolate is a super fruit:



How to make changes in your life:


How to beat a  day before it starts:




Blocking spam in search engines:

Fighting spam and scams on Twitter:


New: Block Sites From Google Results Using Chrome’s “Personal Blocklist”:


Bob Rankin- top malware threats for 2011:

Also Bob Rankin – is your password hacker-proof?:


Google Bolsters Gmail Password Protection:


Romanian pleads guilty to role in $2.7M eBay scam


1 comment:

  1. As usual, too many interesting things to just surf the titles... I had to go into many of the topics and read the whole story. It remembered me of the traesures I used to find in old printed magazines, under the tiles "did you know that?" I always found new and amazing things in that part of the print.
    Thank you!