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Bookmarks for June 27th through July 25th


Monday, July 25, 2011

Bookmarks for June 27th through July 25th:

Bookmarks for March 25th through April 22nd


Friday, April 22, 2011

Bookmarks for March 25th through April 22nd:

Bookmarks for May 20th through June 21st


Monday, June 21, 2010

Bookmarks for May 20th through June 21st:

Bookmarks for December 11th through February 2nd


Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Bookmarks for December 11th through February 2nd:

Bookmarks for November 20th through December 11th


Friday, December 11, 2009

Bookmarks for November 20th through December 11th:

Bookmarks for October 14th through November 17th


Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Bookmarks for October 14th through November 17th:

Bookmarks for June 1st through June 4th


Friday, June 5, 2009

Delicious bookmarks for June 1st through June 4th:

  • Simon Schubert – Illustration by scoring and folding.
  • Mars Global Surveyor MOC2-368 Release
  • Astrometry Bags a ‘Cold Jupiter’ – “We found a Jupiter-like planet at around the same relative place as our Jupiter, only around a much smaller star. It’s possible this star also has inner rocky planets. And since more than seven out of 10 stars are small like this one, this could mean planets are more common than we thought.”
  • Meteorites a Key to Habitability? – "the Late Heavy Bombardment (LHB) some four billion years ago wasn’t an average time. The research team used models of meteoritic impact rates during the bombardment to calculate that billions of tons of carbon dioxide and water vapor would have been delivered to Earth’s atmosphere each year over the entire twenty million years that spanned the LHB. "
  • INTERVIEW PROJECT – NEW EPISODE EVERY THREE DAYS – David Lynch interviews people and posts a video every three days for a year.
  • Weird Science – Boing Boing – "Our conscious minds display some of the same features as quantum mechanics. When we're not thinking about anything in particular, our thoughts evolve in a continuous, multi-universe kind of way—but when we focus on something, we carry out something like the quantum collapse that characterizes the process of measurement. "

Bookmarks for April 23rd through May 8th


Friday, May 8, 2009

Delicious bookmarks for April 23rd through May 8th:

  • Possible site of free will found in brain – life – 07 May 2009 – New Scientist – "When a neurosurgeon electrically jolted this region in patients undergoing surgery, they felt a desire to, say, wiggle their finger, roll their tongue or move a limb. Stronger electrical pulses convinced patients they had actually performed these movements, although their bodies remained motionless."
  • NATURAL HISTORY OF THE ENIGMA – "Eduardo Kac, Natural History of the Enigma, transgenic flower with artist's own DNA expressed in the red veins, 2003/2008."
  • Lost in Space | Articles | Features | Fortean Times UK – "What really happened to Russia's missing cosmonauts? An incredible tale of space hacking, espionage and death in the lonely reaches of space."
  • POLAROID KIDD at NEEDLES+PENS – "Mike Brodie aka 'The Polaroid Kidd' is a somewhat accidental documentary photographer. By photographing his friends, their homes, and lifestyles, Brodie has captured a marginalized segment of the American population that's not so prevalent in main stream society. His haunting photos of hobos, punks, and squatters criss-crossing the country in boxcars are reminiscent of Horace Bristol's Grapes of Wrath era pics that captured migrant workers on their way to California ….except now with facial tattoos. "
  • Gliese 581d – Waterworld – "The planet is likely to have a makeup similar to Neptune or Uranus, which are dominated by ices of water, ammonia and methane. In the warmth of the habitable zone, these substances should form a sea thousands of kilometres deep"

Bookmarks for April 8th through April 14th


Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Delicious bookmarks for April 8th through April 14th:

  • Time-Lapse Video of Gamma-Ray Sky – "The video shows a soft blue sky aglow with gamma radiation, punctuated by colorful bursts from bright gamma-ray sources. Most of the blazes are aptly-named blazars, galaxies with active nuclei that shoot jets of plasma directly at Earth. "
  • Black Rain on Vimeo – "Black Rain is sourced from images collected by the twin satellite, solar mission, STEREO. Here we see the HI (Heliospheric Imager) visual data as it tracks interplanetary space for solar wind and CME's (coronal mass ejections) heading towards Earth. Data courtesy of courtesy of the Heliospheric Imager on the NASA STEREO mission."
  • TED Blog: Warp your room (not your mind) with this awesome illusion
  • Warren Ellis » Battlesbridge – "And there’s been generations of mine, too, standing here by the water’s edge, with a cigarette in their hand, watching the Crouch go by. When I stand here, I’m standing with my dad, and my grandad. Nothing between us but years. And you learn, after a while, that years mean nothing at all."
  • John Goekler: The Most Dangerous Person in the World? – "Terrorism is an act of the weak. But so is walking through the airport in our socks."

Bookmarks for March 17th through April 1st


Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Delicious bookmarks for March 17th through April 1st: