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Later, Twitter. All the cool kids are heading to Mastodon

As Mastodon already passed over 500,000 users and 1,300 separate Instances things are starting to mature and emerge within this new social network. There are Instances already dedicated for animal rights activists, gay lesbian rights, tech, etc where local posts are highly relevant to those groups. Some brands are starting to emerge but with no VC investment and sponsorships it does not take on the appearance of Facebook, Twitter etc networks,

So why the different servers? For one, it makes it easier to run as a non-commercial enterprise if the costs are distributed among a bunch of volunteers. Also, if someone gets bored and stops managing a server, the entire ecosystem doesn't go down with it. Each server can have it own rules and admin, and this also creates safe spaces for some groups.

#animalrights #mastodon #LGBT

Mashabale has doen a nice overview of this maturation at http://mashable.com/2017/04/04/mastodon-twitter-social-network/
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IBM researchers write data onto a single atom in major breakthrough

'... The IBM breakthrough, published in Nature, beats previous efforts where the smallest individually addressable bistable magnetic bits have consisted of between three and 12 atoms.

What this new breakthrough means is IBM is capable of imbuing atoms with a 0 or 1 signature.

In many ways this could set the world of physics on fire with new forms of digital storage becoming possible at an atomic scale.

To achieve the breakthrough the researchers places a single Holmium atom with unpaired electrons on a bed of magnesium oxide and in a state of magnetic bistability.

Using a tunnelling microscope to apply 150 millivolts at 10 microamps to the atom the atom switches its magnetic spin state.

The tiny electrical storm creates a signature of sorts, causing the Holmium atom to behave differently and leaving a lasting, stored magnetic state that can be detected.

In this way a 0 or a 1 can be stored on a single atom.
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https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/ibm-atomic-breakthrough
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IBM Will Unleash Commercial "Universal" Quantum Computers This Year - Scientific American

'Hoping that if you build it, they will come, IBM plans to roll out the world’s first commercial ‘universal’ quantum-computing service some time this year, the company announced on 6 March. Named IBM Q, the system will be accessible over the Internet for a fee.

It will not outperform conventional computers, at least not yet. But the company says that the system will be crucial in developing a market for future quantum machines that can handle complex calculations currently out of reach of classical computers. The cloud service is the latest salvo in the heated battle to build a useful quantum computer.

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Having access to a system such as Quantum Experience or IBM Q also means that researchers around the world could start working on the unique challenges of quantum programming. This is very different from conventional coding, and requires programmers to understand and adapt to the limitations of physical qubits. In principle, a five-qubit machine is easy to simulate using a classical computer — even a laptop, Monroe says. But real qubits are not so simple.

“The real challenge is whether you can make your algorithm work on real hardware that has imperfections,” says Isaac Chuang, a physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge.
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https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ibm-will-unleash-commercial-universal-quantum-computers-this-year/
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Researchers Discover How Neurons Tell Each Other to Die Under Trauma and Disease

A major contributor to most neurological diseases is the degeneration of a wire-like part of nerve cells called an axon, which electrically transmits information from one neuron to another. The molecular programs underlying axon degeneration are therefore important targets for therapeutic intervention - the idea being that if axons can be preserved, rather than allowed to die in diseased conditions, then loss of critical processes like movement, speech or memory will be slowed.

The research is in Current Biology. (full access paywall)
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