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Periodic post of a New England maple tree through time. #ComeBackHere
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Awww. It certainly has found a way into my mind and I look forward to seeing the next pics, as it goes. 
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Tips on giving group talks in our modern media... :-)
 
The secret to giving a great TED Talk
There's no single formula for a great talk, but there is a secret ingredient that all the best ones have in common. TED Curator Chris Anderson shares this secret — along with four ways to make it work for you. Do you have what it takes to share an idea worth spreading?
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Computer software Malware Museum

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The Malware Museum is a collection of malware programs, usually viruses, that were distributed in on home computers since its beginning more than thirty years ago. Once they infected a system, they would sometimes show animation or messages that...

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The Malware Museum is a collection of malware programs, usually viruses, that were distributed in the 1980s and 1990s on home computers. Once they infected a system, they would sometimes show animation or messages that you had been infected. Through the use of emulations, and additionally removing...
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friend of mine in the late 80's, early 90's gave me a floppy full of viruses, worms, and rootkits and cautioned me to disconnect my hard drive before looking at the disk. Haw! It drove my virus checker crazy.
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Excellent demonstration of the scale of the subject (supercell cloud formation) by including relative objects (ground trees and plants) to visualize the large size.
 
A supercell thunderstorm in Wyoming by Colt Forney: http://goo.gl/UrgmUO #500pxEditorsChoice
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remarkable...
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Better scientific description, #ClimateChaos
 
Happy 2016 mankind. Looking for new year resolutions?
With tornado outbreaks in the South, Christmas temperatures that sent trees into bloom in Central Park and historic floods in England, 2015 is closing with a string of weather anomalies.
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I helped to bake a couple of European-style stollens.
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+Frank Rehse Thanks for the correction. It is also spelled "Stollen" in American English.
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New products and services supporting developers...
I/O 2016, Google's annual developer conference, starts with a bang on Wednesday, May 18. Android N and virtual reality are expected to be two of the big highlights, with plenty more on deck.
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Ngày mới ủng hộ nhà bạn, ghé ủng hộ Thanh Hưng bạn nhé.
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Glad to see a large organization being materially (for real) innovative.
Water and electronics usually don't mix. But Microsoft thinks dumping computers in the ocean might be the wave of future.
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Far out. Not sure bikini bottom wants a bsod.
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Reminder of a robotic product manufactured by #BostonDynamics . Looking forward to progress status...
Boston Dynamics, that company Google bought in 2013, has begun to testing one of its humanoid robots -- those that are designed to function like humans -- out in the wild.
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No money on that one.They are agile in bring out new versions.
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A visual demonstration of why accepting a correct Solar system model is important to predict future events. Using the Heliocentric model is easier to predict future planet locations while using the Geocentric model would be much more difficult. The heliocentric model is cognitive easier for the #CommonPeople to understand and to utilize the information, while the Geocentric model is unduly complicated and the model's complexity requires excessive (unnecessary) expenses to maintain and to derive useful product and services. So the take-away is: if your goal is to use a model for some future goal, chose a correct model so you will actually reach your goal. Animation via +Malin Christersson
 
In a gorgeous animation, Malin Christersson shows how much simpler it is to plot out celestial mechanics when you assume that all the bodies in our solar system are in orbit around the sun, rather …
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+Manuel T Ortega thanks, could apply this explanation to other human projects.
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To the #Technologist in each of us, have a Novel New Year.
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