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Monday, May 30, 2011

Largest Telescope in the World to Rely on Crowdsourced Computing Power

The largest telescope ever to exist (on this planet anyway) is going to be the Square Kilometre Array. The SKA will cost about $2.1 billion to construct. Australia and South Africa are bidding on the project. What may give Australia an edge is the way they intend to handle the massive computer processing and storage demands of the array. Crowdsourcing.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

How to Remove Tagged Photos of You in FaceBook?

Have you ever been tagged in a facebook photo? While tagging is fun, it really think that it can also become annoying especially when I am tagged in photo that is not really of relation to me at all. It happened to me today, and immediately I wanted to remove the tag.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

10 fascinating Facebook facts -- and what they say about us

A study released this week revealed that 47% of Facebook users have swear words on their pages. A survey last week, meanwhile, showed that undergraduate men who talk about alcohol on Facebook tend to have more friends.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Track Your Stolen Laptop or iphone

Use Locate My Computer to get it back!
There are many "phone home" products or services designed to track down a stolen laptop and help authorities recover them, including:

Wi-Fi Hard Drive for iPad Movies and More

What It’s Good For: Now you can wirelessly stream movies, listen to music and view photos with up to three Wi-Fi devices at the same time.

Friday, May 20, 2011

World’s First Super Hi-Vision HDTV

Sharp and NHK are showing off the world’s first Super Hi-Vision display, pointing the way to a future where high definition TV will be many times sharper than the HDTV we’re familiar with today.

HOW TO: Get the Most Out of Google Reader

The real-time web is becoming an increasingly important source of news, but many users still prefer to receive their content the old-fashioned way: Through a steady diet of RSS feeds.

Monday, May 16, 2011

6 Reasons Why Tablets Are Ready for the Classroom

Since the debut of the iPad, tablets have captured the imagination of consumers. In just one year, the iPad surpassed even the most optimistic of projections to define a brand new product category and become the best-selling gadget of all time, and Forrester analysts project that in 2011, tablet sales will more than double.

Saturday, May 07, 2011

How to Save Searches on Twitter

Did you know you can save searches on Twitter? When you save a search, you can always come back and get the latest results for that query, without ever having to type in the same words. In one click, you can view search results for topics that matter most to you.

Ways to fix your failing resume

Rescue your failing resume with these five fast fixes and land that coveted job interview.

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Aeolipile:Hero engine

(An illustration of Hero's aeolipile)
An aeolipile (or aeolipyle, or eolipile), also known as a Hero engine, is a rocket style jet engine which spins when heated. In the first century AD, Hero of Alexandria described the device, and many sources give him the credit for its invention.


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