May 30, 2009

Google Wave Exposed?




Google Wave: Live collaborative editing
Google Wave: Natural Language Processing


May 24, 2009

Holy Batman, is that Green Lantern?

Fan made trailer of Green Lantern? Watch out Hollywood Studio! This is some impressive stuff...Check Out below!




May 20, 2009

Inspired by Icarus?


Yes Icarus still inspired human!
Such as Loic Jean Albert.
Check out Matchstick Productions below.

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May 18, 2009

"Knowledge Engine"?


WolframAlpha is not your average "search engine".
It's contains 10+ trillion of pieces of data, 50,000+ types of algorithms and models, and linguistic capabilities for 1000+ domains on top of 20 years of development at Wolfram Research.

What do you think?
What do Google think?

Explore: WolframAlpha

May 13, 2009

Spy Gadgets: Exploding rats?


Yes! According to spy novelist Jeremy Duns there was such a thing in the real espionage. Here is a list of his top ten spy gadget:

1. Poison-tipped umbrella

2. Dart gun

3. Compass buttons

4. Exploding briefcase

5. Exploding rats

6. Cigarette-case gun

7. Hollowed-out lighter

8. Wallet document camera

9. Microphone in an olive

10. Rock bug

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May 12, 2009

How many CEO Twittin?


More than you can follow!  Below is just a few from BusinessWeek lists of CEO Twittering.  You can follow and see who they follows, who following them, and what they are twittin about. 

CEO Twitter:

Oh! Twitter fans don't forget about Astronaut Michael Massimino who will be twittin from space about The Hubble Mission!

May 11, 2009

What's the health of the nation's electrical systems?

NPR.org put together five interesting way to visualize and interact with the health of the US electrical systems.  Such as: 
  1. The Grid
  2. Sources of Power: Coal, Nuclear, Gas, Hydro, Oil
  3. Power Plants
  4. Solar Power
  5. Wind Power







May 8, 2009

Rock, Paper, Scissors, Spock?

Not exactly THE BIG BANG THEORY!
But impressive as well...see video below and follow the link to experience the first ever augmented reality from Paramount Pictures International to promote the new Star Trek movie.


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May 6, 2009

Personal and On-Demand Mobility Systems?




“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”-Buckminster Fuller

The 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge goes to:

William J. Mitchell, MIT Professor of Architecture and Media Arts and Sciences
Ryan Chin, PhD Candidate, MIT Media Lab
Charles Guan, BS Candidate, MIT Mechanical Engineering
William Lark, Jr., PhD Candidate, MIT Media Lab
Michael Chia-Liang Lin, MS Candidate, MIT Media Lab
Dimitris Papanikolaou, Researcher, MIT Media Lab
Arthur Petron, MS Candidate, MIT Media Lab
Raul-David "Retro" Poblano, PhD Candidate, MIT Media Lab
Andres Sevtsuk, PhD Candidate, MIT Urban Studies and Planning

The MIT teams won 100K$ for their proposal for Sustainable Personal Mobility and Mobility-on-Demand Systems.

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4 Billions $ in Vampire Energy?

What's Vampire Energy? Are energy used by many household appliances on standby mode.

Household appliances such as:
  1. Microwave
  2. Laptop
  3. Desktop
  4. Cellphone
  5. Iphone
  6. VCR
  7. Internet Modemn
  8. Router
  9. ...and many more!
Each item consume your energy each days, months, and years!
The solution is simple turn of COMPLETELY when appliances not in use!
Two good reason for everyone to save some money and reduce CO2!

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May 4, 2009

100 Million Views Club?



Visible Measure just posted the top 18 viral video with 100 million views and more.
By using uploaded data such as music videos, movie trailers, user-generated spots, and clips from TV shows Visible Measure was able to compile the result. One interesting note is that
#5 Susan Boyle got over 186 million views in less then three weeks compare to #1 Soulja Boy who took 21 months to get to 356 million views.

See Complete List.

May 3, 2009

Can Google Flu Trends prevent future outbreaks?






Google now offer Flu Trends. By using search terms Google able to give good indicators of flu activity in the United States or anywhere around the world. For example, Google Search Data show there are more flu-related searches during flu season, more allergy-related searches during allergy season, and more sunburn-related searches during the summer. Also according to Google, the search data to estimate flu activity in your state up to two weeks faster than traditional systems.

Explore Here.

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