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Amazon Alexa
by Dan8267 in #scitech   Posted 3 days ago
Why Trump is a fool to back coal
by Dan8267 in #scitech   4 comments, latest 1 week ago
China is going to kick our ass. #scitech #politics
Competitive advantage not God-given as U.S. and Japan know
by BayAreaObserver in #CompetitiveAdvantage   Posted 1 week ago
Technologist and author Henry Kressel reflects on the reasons for nations losing their industrial dominance. The story of electronics, he says, shows that innovation, driven by corporations but supported by...
The strange and righteous history of the equals sign
by BayAreaObserver in #Math   Posted 1 week ago
Robert Recorde - In the 16th century, he made advances in economics, medicine, theology, and poetry. But his greatest contribution is taught to every elementary school child, and it arguably...
Welcome To The Dark Side Of It's Different This Time
by BayAreaObserver in #Investing   Posted 2 weeks ago
There has not been a mantra that’s emulated a teenager’s go-to excuse of “Because!” for both tactical effect as well as childish reasoning than the term “It’s different this time.”...
The complete history of the IBM PC, part one: The deal of the century
by BayAreaObserver in #Computers   7 comments, latest 2 weeks ago
Bill Gates, mysterious deaths, and the business machine that sparked a home revolution. One could claim that the IBM PC was not really IBM's first PC at all. In September...
The tragedy of FireWire: Collaborative tech torpedoed by corporations
by BayAreaObserver in #IT   1 comment, latest 3 weeks ago
The rise and fall of FireWire—IEEE 1394, an interface standard boasting high-speed communications and isochronous real-time data transfer—is one of the most tragic tales in the history of computer technology....
The dolphin uprising has begun!
by Dan8267 in #scitech   5 comments, latest 3 weeks ago
Dolphins are awesome! Killer whales, which are dolphins, not whales, have begun fighting human fishermen in Alaskan waters stealing their catches and driving the infidels out of their territory. The...
NPR Right Now: Google, Facebook, Amazon and Big Data
by Dan8267 in #scitech   Posted 1 month ago
#scitech #economics #politics...
Deadly heat wave strikes U.S.
by Dan8267 in #scitech   7 comments, latest 1 month ago
Climate change deniers silent. From Phoenix to Sacramento, the West is sweating through worst heat wave in decades “Heat of this magnitude is rare, dangerous and very possibly deadly,” the...
Better car horn
by Dan8267 in #scitech   1 comment, latest 1 month ago
The science behind the Impossible Burger
by Dan8267 in #scitech   Posted 1 month ago
So how much praying does it take to get plants to taste like meat? #scitech
History by lawsuit: After Gawkers demise, the inventor of e-mail targets Techdirt
by BayAreaObserver in #EMail   Posted 1 month ago
History is not fixed; like memory itself, it is an act of reconstruction. Shiva Ayyadurai understands this. Ayyadurai has spent nearly six years publicly proclaiming himself the “inventor of e-mail.”...
Samsung Announces 49 Inch QLED Gaming Monitor
by BayAreaObserver in #ComputerMonitor   4 comments, latest 1 month ago
Samsung has announced a new range of QLED gaming monitors and it comes in a range of sizes with the top one measuring a massive 49 inches. The new Samsung...
The 116 images NASA wants aliens to see
by Dan8267 in #scitech   5 comments, latest 1 month ago
How obsessive artists colorize old photos
by Dan8267 in #scitech   Posted 1 month ago
The work done by these artists is great, but I think they are taking the wrong approach. Here's how I would solve the problem of accurately reconstructing the color...
Why do only some people get skin orgasms from listening to music?
by BayAreaObserver in #Music   8 comments, latest 1 month ago
Have you ever been listening to a great piece of music and felt a chill run up your spine? Or goosebumps tickle your arms and shoulders? *The experience is called...
World's Heaviest Weight
by Dan8267 in #scitech   3 comments, latest 1 month ago
Excluding piggy's wife. #scitech
The physics of drone flight, also fuck Texas
by Dan8267 in #scitech   Posted 2 months ago
Gabonese Gorilla family all have cool reactions to their mirror
by Dan8267 in #scitech   1 comment, latest 2 months ago
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