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Thinking of buying #Google Glass today? Here are 7 things you should know. http://bit.ly/1iUsB1n  #googleglasesday
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On Sunday my friend's brother died. He should be in the prime of his life, raising his 3 young kids. It's another sad reminder that life is unpredictable. Another reminder that I shouldn't complain about getting older. I'm lucky to be growing older, to hit another birthday. Another reminder that if you haven't been out dancing in a while, go do it. If you want to learn something new, do it. If you want to go somewhere, go. Love someone? Tell them. Play with your dog. Call people you miss. Plant a garden. Swim in the ocean. Go live.
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Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are using #nanotech to develop smart suits they hope will protect soldiers from biological and chemical attacks. Similar tech could one day be used to create smart clothes for infants and athletes, or smart body armor for soldiers. http://bit.ly/1meTZcQ  @Livermore_Lab +Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
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Half of Americans want to live in smart cities with driverless cars that talk to our calendars, traffic lights and each other. A study from #Intel also shows that we'd let the government put sensors in our cars if it meant fewer traffic jams -- even if it made our own commute a bit longer. I don't know about that... You?  http://bit.ly/1oO9Pxk 
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Want a bigger dining room when you're throwing a dinner party? Maybe you want to turn your bedroom into an office during the day? You just may need a robotic house, with rooms, walls and doors that can move, adapting to your needs. Think about hotels that could offer you a bigger bathroom or an office building with changeable conference rooms. UCLA says it's all on the way.

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9245932/Presto_Want_a_bigger_bedroom_You_need_a_robotic_house
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Mars rovers Opportunity and Spirit being on the Red Planet, NASA scientists say a robotic-human team will get astronauts to Mars. One scientist said today, "Now, when I look at Mars in the sky, it's a totally different feeling. I look at Mars rise in the sky and I think, 'Yah, I know that place.' We've all experienced Mars through these rovers. Was there ever life there? We don't have the answer yet, but we're a lot closer than we used to be." http://bit.ly/1ie88oO
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Quantum machines rewrite the rules for computing. While NASA and Google test one, some debate whether a quantum computer even exists yet. When they do, it'll usher in huge changes in how we handle research, like space exploration, cryptography and cancer. http://bit.ly/1iZ1gzI  
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Dear Sharon - I am trying to contact you via email and your email is 'invalid' (computerworld address). please send me your contact info at 'info@perreault-mag.com'. Thank you.
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Hunting for Earth 2.0! ‪#‎NASA‬ announced today that it has found 715 ‪#‎exoplanets‬ -- 4 of them are potentially habitable. "There are an abundance of habitable Earth-sized planets. Our goal is to find Earth 2.0 -- an Earth-like planet that could hold life," said one NASA scientist. http://bit.ly/1mCLlVP ‪#‎planet‬
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Some very cool work being done at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. (@Livermore_Lab) Researchers there are working to revolutionize 3D printing and the way companies around the world manufacture everything from jet engines to helmets and body armor. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9245496/Researchers_aim_to_revolutionize_3D_printing_global_manufacturing … …
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I live in Maine and write for Computerworld I cover social networking -- Google+, Facebook, Twitter. I also cover search, like Microsoft Bing and Google. Add to that computer chips, laptops, desktops, ultrabooks and companies like Intel, AMD, Lenovo and Dell. I also write a lot about emerging technology, like robotics, nanotech and NASA. You gotta love Mars and robots in space!
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