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Renko Tomlinson
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High-Tech arts were everywhere at Dallas Art Show last week. There was a cool white LED art (not the one on right). From the distance, it looks like a massive and long light fixture. You wait a couple ten seconds, the lights start flickering and you see bir...
High-Tech arts were everywhere at Dallas Art Show last week. There was a cool white LED art (not the one on right). From the distance, it looks like a massive and long light fixture. You wait a couple ten seconds, the lights ...
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You don't need to buy an electric bike and charge the battery, just replace your rear wheel!
 
This is AMAZING!
I think that I NEED one of these!!
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They're pretty sweet.  I'd love an extra 200 watts on my commute to work: I'd do it a lot more often.
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By keep trying, even the first timer archer could hit the bullseye! Or, was I just lucky?
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It is a wonderful feeling to be out in the forest that way. It provides an excellent way to connect to nature for me.
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Even in Texas, I don't see anyone disagree that we need to be serious about water. Sounds like we just need to go to Earth Day Texas on April 26 to hear Dr. Lary speak about his research.

A researcher at The University of Texas at Dallas is combining plant biology with massive data from Earth-orbiting satellites to help inform the conversation about a critical economic and societal issue: water resources management.
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Looks like "fivethirtyeight.com" will become one of my top news sites.
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Well, it's easy for me to screen those out. I know only handful names of (any) pro sport teams. They have no chance getting my attention!
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This sign gives me a grin whenever I walk by it on the trail. Yeah, you know you have to scoop your doggie's poop on the public land. But, no one will be happy to be told that unless they point out that your "doodie". ...
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Catchy title, but these Gods imply truly skilled master of craft. Not to confuse with what God means in Western culture. And, these craftsmen are trying out to develop new methods and masterpieces, not Stealing repetitive jobs from robots...

Ah headlines...so misleading.
Inside Toyota Motor Corp.’s oldest plant, there’s a corner where humans have taken over from robots in thwacking glowing lumps of metal into crankshafts. This is Mitsuru Kawai’s vision of the future.
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When you're doing one-by-one work, humans are a good choice, and when you're doing work that needs lots of iterative decision-making, they're even better.
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To the point, beautifully presented.

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One of the "fathers of the Internet" and current "chief Internet evangelist at Google" I hesitated a bit because of this lofty description, but decided to go and listen to Vinton G. Cerf at UTD (University of Texas Dallas) Wednesday night. Boy, did I glad I did! Mr. Cerf''s talk was engaging, inspiring and fun. 

I'm forever grateful to these brilliant people who worked hard to build foundation for Internet that what we know today during late '70s to early '90s.
It seems he never stopped or even slowed down since. Instead, still working at more than a full speed toward the future.

Some of MANY things he mentioned:

Friends come and go, but enemies accumulate.
Don't burn bridges.

He is working on Interplanetary Internet backbone which connects Earth, Moon, Mars, Space Stations, Autonomous Interstellar Spaceships.

We can still read ancient written objects on clay, papyrus or papers. On the other hand, we can't get the data stored on a 10-year-old, floppy disk without matching equipment and a particular software, which continuously evolve. How do we reserve data for, say 1000 years into the future?

The biggest concern in dealing with Internet security?
"Spectacular human errors"

Students should learn malwares in order to learn how to defend them.

Computer can become our partner instead of a tool. For example, a blind person with German language and a deaf person with English language with wearables are almost able to communicate each other. Only part it is currently missing is wearable interpreting visual sign language and translate that to audio. A team at UTD is working on some project on this issue.

Do I need to sacrifice a chicken or something?
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Sean Morrison, Ph.D. at UT SouthWestern Med talks about stem cell in layman's terms. Feel great to understand some basics of these incredible research.
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