Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Bookmarks for September 8th through September 21st:
Monday, June 21, 2010
Bookmarks for May 20th through June 21st:
- 80 Photographies de Tokyo en HDR | Geekiz Magazine –
- BBC Radio Four: The Infinite Monkey Cage | See Further Festival 2010 – "Brian Cox and comedian Robin Ince are joined by special guests Jonathan Ross and renowned graphic novelist Alan Moore to explore the world of science and science fiction"
- Observations: Why so many artists have lazy eyes, and other things art can teach us about the brain – "The advent of three-D movies and TV, however, has left many people squinting in vain. Some 10 percent of all people do not have stereopsis (depth perception), resulting from misalignment of the eyes or focusing trouble, and has trouble seeing depth in three-dimensional movies, art and even, often, physical surroundings. "
- Tarvuism – The official international internet website for the Tarvuist faith –
- The Wild And Wonderful Whites of West Virginia – "Shoot-outs, robberies, gas-huffing , drug dealing, pill popping, murders, and tap dancing – what do these all have in common? These are just a few of the parts of being a member of the Wild and Wonderful White Family."
- diaspora – "the privacy aware, personally controlled, do-it-all distributed open source social network"
- BBC News – ‘Artificial life’ breakthrough announced by scientists – "We don't know how these organisms will behave in the environment."
- New UK govt to curb CCTV, scrap ID cards, help open source – Interesting…
- JCVI: Research / Projects / First Self-Replicating Synthetic Bacterial Cell / Overview – "Now, this scientific team headed by Drs. Craig Venter, Hamilton Smith and Clyde Hutchison have achieved the final step in their quest to create the first synthetic bacterial cell."
- Quantum teleportation achieved over ten miles of free space –
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. "
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Delicious bookmarks for February 28th through March 4th:
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Delicious bookmarks for January 13th through January 22nd:
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for November 11th through November 20th:
- Why the universe may be teeming with aliens – space – 19 November 2008 – New Scientist – "As astronomers explore newly discovered planets and create computer simulations of virtual worlds, they are discovering that water, and life, might exist on all manner of weird worlds where conditions are very different from those on Earth. And that means there could be vastly more habitable planets out there than we thought possible."
- The Last Viridian Note – Bruce Sterling – "The hours you
waste stumbling over your piled debris, picking, washing, storing, re-storing,
those are hours and spaces that you will never get back in a mortal lifetime.
Basically, you have to curate these goods: heat them, cool them, protect them
from humidity and vermin. Every moment you devote to them is lost to your
children, your friends, your society, yourself."
- Photo Gallery: The World of Trench Warfare in Color – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News – International – "The overwhelming majority of photos taken during World War I were black and white, lending the conflict a stark aesthetic which dominates our visual memory of the war."
- Jesus Christ » In the Name of the Gun – Jesus fights Nazis
- The Phoenix > Lifestyle Features > Space cowboy – "For more than 50 years, UConn physics professor Ronald Mallett had a secret. Now that it's out, we may be one step closer to traveling back in time."
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for July 23rd through July 29th:
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for June 20th through July 2nd:
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for June 3rd through June 4th:
Monday, May 19, 2008
Delicious bookmarks for May 8th through May 15th: