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Happy 3.1415926 (and counting)! #PiDay 
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Kip Thorne looks into the black hole he helped create and thinks, “Why, of course. That's what it would do.” This particular black hole is a simulation of unprecedented accuracy. It appears to spin at nearly the speed of light, dragging bits of the universe along with it. (That's gravity for you; relativity is superweird.) In theory it was once a star, but instead of fading or exploding, it collapsed like a failed soufflé into a tiny point of ...
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Never did see much value in Myers-Briggs...
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Simple guide to starting Korean.
 
Did you know that you can learn to read Korean in just 15 minutes? No, for serious! I made a guide just for you!

Free downloadable version: http://bit.ly/HiNrWW
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Gratifying to see we hit the mark: providing value as part of the developer ecosystem.  Thanks to my team for all the hard work.   #SDC2014  
Samsung surprisingly strikes a somber note at SDC 2014.
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Cool! Can you meet me at the Informal meetup in MV Monday or next Monday? I want to heat all about the event. GMIC might work better...
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SDC registration options.  Samsung is all about options.  :)
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Great resources for Android app developers. 
Presenting tools for developers to build more polished Android apps. It includes everything you need to develop, test, monetize, analyze & enhance your app.
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Cool. Science in action.
On a fall morning in 2009, a team of three young physicists huddled around a computer screen in a small office overlooking Broadway in New York. They were dressed for success—even the graduate student’s shirt had buttons—and a bottle of champagne was at the ready. With a click of the mouse, they hoped to unmask…
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Handy when considering lighting.
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That table only gets you up to an F-type star.
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Hack the existing machinery first, then learn to build your own. It's just easier.
 
The virus has landed

This is a virus called a T4 bacteriophage.  It has landed on a bacterium.   Now it's getting ready to lower its tail, puncture the bacterium's cell wall, and inject its DNA.

When this happens:

1.  It immediately stops the bacterium's own genes from being expressed.

2.  In 5 minutes, its DNA starts synthesizing enzymes needed to make new copies of the virus.

3.  In 10 minutes, its DNA starts replicating.

4.  In 12 minutes, new copies of the virus start being formed.

5.  In 30 minutes, the bacterium bursts, releasing 100 to 150 new copies of the virus!

This deadly machine is only 0.2 micrometers tall.  Its DNA - the instruction book that makes everything work - is contained in the head, which is shaped like an icosahedron.  The DNA is 169,000 base pairs long, and it codes for 289 proteins.  Biologists understand it quite well now.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enterobacteria_phage_T4

This picture is not a photograph; it was made by Mike Smith for a company called Xvivo Scientific Animation.  You can see other pictures by them here:

http://www.xvivo.net/wallpaper/
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Oh yeah, been there, done that.
 
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    Director, Developer Ecosystem, present
    Head of Developer Relations and Application Business Development, Samsung North America
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    Physics
  • University of Texas at Austin
    Physics
  • Columbia University
    Chemical Physics
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