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iOS 6 adjusts metallic button reflections as you tilt your phone

Reflections on the Natural Gas Revolution That's Already Begun

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For better or worse, previously unknown reserves and a new ability to access them is transforming North American energy policy....
Reflections on the Natural Gas Revolution That's Already Begun

ZTE V96 hands-on at CTIA 2012

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One of ZTE's latest tablets, the V96, was announced at Barcelona for MWC but never made any official appearances at the show. Fortunately we found the new device hiding in the manufacturer's booth at CTIA 2012. The Ice Cream Sandwich device runs a Qualcomm 1.7GHz MSM8960 dual-core Krait processor...
ZTE V96 hands-on at CTIA 2012
Revisit Jean Giraud's career with 'Moebius Redux: A Life in Pictures'
New MacBook Pro’s Retina display reviewed and benchmarked

Bring out your dead! Ultimate 'Holy Grail' guide comes to iPad

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This incredible collection of cast reflections, on-location photos, film outtakes, and more is a must-have for "Grail" fans. It even syncs with the new Blu-ray! [Read more]...
Bring out your dead! Ultimate 'Holy Grail' guide comes to iPad
Hori Fighting Edge arcade stick hands-on

We Wish We Could Follow This Class of Kindergartners on Twitter

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(twitter.com/#!/jensclass) But alas, we cannot. Jennifer Aaron, a kindergarten teacher at PS-150 in Tribeca, has made her class's account private. At the end of every day, she sits down with the five-year-olds and asks them to summarize what they did that day to the 35 parents and friends who follow...
We Wish We Could Follow This Class of Kindergartners on Twitter

The story behind that nasty Microsoft dance routine

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This past weekend we reported on a song and dance routine staged by Microsoft Norway at the Norwegian Developers Conference, with lines including “The words MICRO and SOFT don’t apply to my penis” … “or vagina,” as the on-stage slide added, strangely. Microsoft has issued multiple apologies for the incident....
The story behind that nasty Microsoft dance routine

MIT develops fog resistant, glare-free glass, it's clearly amazing (video)

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It sounds like it's not just us that spend half our sweet time with lint-free cloth in hand. Researchers at MIT have developed a new type of glass that "virtually eliminates" reflections, and is also water-repellent. By using techniques from the semiconductor industry, conical nano-textures etched into the layered...
MIT develops fog resistant, glare-free glass, it's clearly amazing (video)
Microsoft reveals Windows 8 desktop UI changes, drops Aero Glass

Windows 8′s desktop UI changes unveiled

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If you have been following Windows 8 for any amount of time, you must have run across the Building Windows 8 Blog, the official organ of the Windows team. It is not for massive, Internet-bending pieces of non-fiction that pack in enough context that by the time you emerge from...
Windows 8′s desktop UI changes unveiled

‘Don’t burn books! Burn your iPad instead’

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Seattle-area band The Half Brothers had a little fun at the expense of some of our favorite devices at a “meeting” of the Bushwick Book Club of Seattle Friday night in Columbia City. Hardly your typical discussion group, Bushwick invites book lovers to hear original music created by local...
‘Don’t burn books! Burn your iPad instead’

Bloomberg: FLA is finding ‘tons of issues’ at Apple supplier plants

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Despite reports from Reuters earlier this week profiling Fair Labor Association CEO Auret van Heerden’s positive reaction to the early inspections of Apple’s suppliers in Shenzhen, China, Bloomberg announced today van Heerden’s comments actually “reflected his previous interactions with Foxconn.” In contrast to Reuters original article, during a phone interview...
Bloomberg: FLA is finding ‘tons of issues’ at Apple supplier plants

AIPAC 2010: Early Reflections

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AIPAC 2010: Early Reflections

It’s Hard To Watch The Newsosaurs Turn A Blind Eye To Their Own Extinction

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Sometimes it is obvious where the world is headed, but some people and industries become frozen in place and time. They are like the duckbilled dinosaurs happily munching on the still-abundant plants around them when the meteor strikes instead of the small furry mammals underfoot who take cover every...
It’s Hard To Watch The Newsosaurs Turn A Blind Eye To Their Own Extinction

Links for 2010-06-08 [del.icio.us]

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Understanding the Psychology of Twitter | Psychology Today More on the Psychology of Twitter | Psychology Today Wrapping It Up: The Psychology of Twitter | Psychology Today The Psychology of Twitter | World of Psychology elearnspace. Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age Lars is Learning: Welcome aboard!...
Links for 2010-06-08 [del.icio.us]

Reflections of a Knowledge Manager: 'Green' KM?

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Reflections of a Knowledge Manager: 'Green' KM?

Reflections before surgery

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I learned last Wednesday that I will have open heart surgery this Tuesday, May 11. There really hasn't been much to do since then. There's a few details: I need a new bathroom, and if I am going to use my computer outside during recovery I need a new...
Reflections before surgery

New Jewneric Post: AIPAC 2010: Early Reflections http://twurl.nl/jdj7lf

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New Jewneric Post: AIPAC 2010: Early Reflections http://twurl.nl/jdj7lf

Google's Vint Cerf on Private Clouds v. Public Clouds

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The debate about private clouds continue as the traditional heavyweight enterprise software providers make their big and glossy pitches for their vision of a private cloud. So, it may come from Google, but still, it is refreshing to hear the intellectual tone that a scholar like Vint Cerf provides. Cerf...
Google's Vint Cerf on Private Clouds v. Public Clouds

Reflections of a Newsosaur: Yahoo signals major challenge to newspapers

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Reflections of a Newsosaur: Yahoo signals major challenge to newspapers

New Jewneric Post: AIPAC 2010: Early Reflections http://twurl.nl/jdj7lf

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New Jewneric Post: AIPAC 2010: Early Reflections http://twurl.nl/jdj7lf

Reflections on Eyjafjallajokull: Let’s Not Waste Another Wake-up Call | Rob Hopkins, Transition Culture

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Reflections on Eyjafjallajokull: Let’s Not Waste Another Wake-up Call | Rob Hopkins, Transition Culture

New Zealand - Reflections on the Design of David Trubridge by Davide Calafa on Vimeo

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New Zealand - Reflections on the Design of David Trubridge by Davide Calafa on Vimeo

Summary post by Lincoln Mullen re: @PDP2010 - #pdp2010 - http://lincolnmullen.com/archives/2010/02/reflections-on-pdp-2010/

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Summary post by Lincoln Mullen re: @PDP2010 - #pdp2010 - http://lincolnmullen.com/archives/2010/02/reflections-on-pdp-2010/

Reflections: A day and a night with the iPad

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Filed under: iPadGetting an iPad was an unplanned part of my day. My original idea was to wait for version 2, but I found myself at a local Best Buy taking pictures and interviewing people in line, and the manager came out and said there were some available. Bingo. Reality...
Reflections: A day and a night with the iPad

UnTech10 Reflections http://j.mp/arobAM

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UnTech10 Reflections http://j.mp/arobAM

"Cuba—A Way Forward" in @nybooks - reflections on the Cuban blogosphere - http://j.mp/dr8xtr

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"Cuba—A Way Forward" in @nybooks - reflections on the Cuban blogosphere - http://j.mp/dr8xtr

Social Capital: The Currency of the Social Economy

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The convention for creating financial opportunities is evolving and changing the way we seed prospects, promote our expertise and prowess, and connect with those who can help us learn and advance through the facilitation of strategic and mutually beneficial alliances. Digital capitalization is laying a foundation for expanding the...
Social Capital: The Currency of the Social Economy
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