Saturday, March 10, 2012





A Cheap and Fully Optical Solution for Ultra-Fast Internet:


Has the Internet Killed the Concept of Privacy?:

SEARCH & FIND: What, where, how.  


Search Engine use 2012:


How to Find Your Search History:


The 10 Best Search Engines for Kids:    

A “no tracking” search engine:


Four Seriously Cool Information Resources:



Report: Twitter Still Sees Booming Growth While Facebook Slows:                                      


The tone of life on social networking sites:

Privacy Management on Social Media Sites:


The Internet: It’s Like Real Life, Only With Buttons:


Boost Your Career with Social Media: Tips for the Uninitiated:



How to Update Your Google Privacy Settings:


"How do I clear previous Google searches? :


Is There Making Sense To The Google Algorithm?:


Google Play : Will It Change The Way You Use Media?:



Replace Meaningless Words with Meaningful Ones:


Color E-Readers Finally Available to Consumers. Tablets stole the show, but they're not true analogs for paper:


No Surprise, eReader Use Continues to Grow:

The E-book (R)evolution: Two Reports from Financial Times’ Digital Media Conference:              


Are Tablets Any Good for Serious Reading?:



When One Side Does Not Know About the Other One: Specialization and Cooperation of the Brain Hemispheres:

How to Use More of Your Brain:       


]How Well Does Your Brain Know You?:


Scientists Claim Brain Memory Code Cracked:

How to Plant Ideas in Someone’s Mind:


Creative right brain’ myth debunked:


Biologists Locate Brain's Processing Point for Acoustic Signals Essential to Human Communication:


Partnerships in the Brain: Mathematical Model Describes the Collaboration of Individual Neurons:


Expanding our intelligence without limit:


Quantum Biology and the Puzzle of Coherence. Quantum processes shouldn't survive in hot, wet biological systems and yet a growing body of evidence suggests they do. Now physicists think they know how:


How Often Are Your Memories Incorrect?:


Running Hot and Cold in the Deep Sea: Scientists Explore Rare Environment:


To Boldly Go Where No Bee Has Gone:



Renewables: The once and future energy source:


Advancing Understanding of Energy Storage Mechanisms:


Cellulosic Ethanol Gets a $100 Million Boost. Virdia plans to make cheap sugars from wood chips, tackling the industry's greatest challenge:


A breakthrough in making biofuel from seaweed:



The predictability of and variation in wind energy:


New Nanoglue Is Thin and Supersticky:


What We Learned About Nuclear Safety from Fukushima. Reactors must be able to handle the worst if we hope to prevent a repeat of last year's meltdowns:


Graphene Battery Turns Ambient Heat Into Electric Current Physicists have built a graphene battery that harvests energy from the thermal movement of ions in solution:


Spider Silk Conducts Heat as Well as Metals:

Reusable Sticky Tape Could Hold Up Your TV Large patches of an extremely strong new adhesive, inspired by geckos, can be used over and over again.

Windows 8: Microsoft Gambles on a Tablet-centric Future Does it make sense to merge a conventional desktop interface with one optimized for touch?:

Fast Facts: Top 5 Manufacturers of Tablet Computers in 2011:

Why are the keys arranged the way they are on a QWERTY keyboard?:

Tomorrow's Amazing Skyscrapers!:


Environmentally Friendly Cleaning and Washing:




There is nothing rigid in the human life. You are always moving forward; when you’re not, you’re not even standing still – you’re really going backward:


Is Emotion Smarter than Rationality?


Peter Diamandis: Abundance is our future:

Opting out of overoptimism:


Stumped by a problem? The ‘generic parts technique’ technique unsticks you:                 


The Upside of Anger: 6 Psychological Benefits of Getting Mad:


How the Information Revolution Will Change the Novel:


When Prejudices Become a Disadvantage:

Perfecting Man’s moral shortcomings:


Upper Class People More Likely to Behave Unethically:


In Recognizing Faces, the Whole Is Not Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts:

The by-weekly letters of the Canadian painter Robert Genn are all good- this one is especially so:


Despite Recession, Global Poverty Is Declining:

How the Web impacts strategy:


Strategy: An Executive’s Definition:          


The March 2012 Leadership Development Carnival Going Green Edition:


10 sure-fire ways to find your greatness:


The Difference Between Management And Leadership:


Innovation Is Everyone's Job:

Invention and Innovation: Barriers, Struggles, and Motivations:

Why the Workplace Needs Positive Psychology:


There are days when:



Study Shows Brain Flexibility, Gives Hope for Natural-Feeling Neuroprosthetics:

Exploding Carbon Nanotubes Could Act as Drug Grenades. Heating water inside carbon nanotubes until they explode could deliver drugs precisely, say chemists:


Long-Lost Medicine. Broccoli, spider webs, and other health remedies from ancient times:


Responding to the Radiation Threat:


Ticks, Lyme Disease and Public Health:


The Billionaire Who Is Planning His 125th Birthday:


The 8-Hour Sleep Myth: How I Learned That Everything I Knew About Sleep Was Wrong. We've been told over and over that the 8-hour sleep is ideal, but our bodies have been telling us something else:


Eating Berries Benefits the Brain:



The Future of Plant Science: A Technology Perspective:


When Our Eyes Serve Our Stomach:


The 10 Best Foods for Your Looks:


Vegetarian Cutlet: New Method to Prepare a Meat Substitute:


The Most Common Cooking Mistakes:


What You Should Know About the Company Pushing Genetically Engineered Salmon on Consumers:


Eating Wild: Foraging Safely in a Modern World:

Why moralism spoils the appetite:                        

Do not forget Table Manners!


Why Computers Are Actually Rather Stupid:


We help people to find out why their relationship ended:






Bing Malware Warnings Adds Salt To Wound:


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