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Good animation showing Juno's path to Jupiter. Also look at dates - Juno left earth long back in 2011.
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Impressive start of a long journey.
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Fascinating developments after life. I will go through it one day, I just dont know yet when.

So physical decomposition will eat whatever I accumulate in the brain. Would I get to copy me over in a digital space? (Kurzweil) Or maybe rely on the classic methods - write the important things, publish and germinate other younger brains so that physical decomposition doesnt get the only copy. (Hadoop replication factor in new light) These classic methods are time tested ones that got us so far as civilization. Also, there is a built in filter in these methods, so only the important ones survive vs the complete copy a la Kurzweil.
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Some of the startups appear gloated and do not have the right culture built yet - technical and other. As size grows and time flies, it will be increasingly difficult to change the culture that has set in, irrespective of the amount of funding at disposal.

Nicely done, Shubham Paramhans.
This post originally appeared on Medium. A few weeks ago I was monitoring my phone traffic from a proxy server. While doing that I saw Ola API calls going from my phone (since ...
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Good read - I liked the parallels drawn in early days of ballooning and the early days of VR we are going through now.
Just a factual error - Benjamin Franklin could definitely not have compared ballooning to electricity and magnetism in Dec 1793 - Michael Faraday was just a little over two years then :)
Just as people struggled to find a practical application for hydrogen balloons, small thinking has also plagued the development of one of today's flashiest technologies, virtual reality devices. But VR doesn't need a killer app. It just needs to be unleashed on the world, so the people tinkering with it can lead us all someplace new.
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The Circle of Life :)
I really enjoyed this article..a mix of nostalgia and fun how it draws parallel with today. Well written, +Nilay Patel​.

Apps are the new dotcoms?
The 90s are back. They’re back in fashion, they’re back in music, and they are most certainly back in technology. In a way this makes sense; the top end of the Millennial generation was just...
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One funeral at a time...I love that insight from Max Planck and how Josh Naughton relates it with technology changes. Also the distinction from Infrastructure changes and Application or app level changes.

Exciting days ahead for blockchain.

The Guardian: Is block power about to revolutionise banking? http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwmc-1vyk
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Going on a vacation? This code can help you keep your plants watered. Good use of arduino.
 
Code for "Plant monitoring" is now available on http://www.rewize.se Now I need to go water my chili plants 😊
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ADHD illustrated :)
 
Maybe it's just because I'm a teacher, but this cracked me up. 
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The carriers are at it again - I am going to fill up the TRAI questionnaire and vote in favor of Net neutrality. 

Please check the TRAi published Consultation paper here - http://www.trai.gov.in/WriteReaddata/ConsultationPaper/Document/OTT-CP-27032015.pdf

I am surprised that the title is - Regulatory Framework for Over-the-top (OTT) services.

Preserving neutrality is going to have a far reaching and profound effect on society as a whole.
Net neutrality sounds like a scary term but what it means is simply this: on the Internet, all bits are equal. What you do with the data you pay for - watch a YouTube video, send a WhatsApp message or make a Skype call - is entirely your prerogative and in an ideal world, your Internet service provider should not prioritise certain kinds of bits over others.
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Happy Holi
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Good article, +Nilay Patel

I wonder what this means for internet.org that facebook is running in emerging markets. Its just dope - users actually get free facebook traffic in the name of internet.
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