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Erik MacKinnon
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Owner of Gravytrain, a full-service outsourced content shop located in Vancouver, Canada.
Owner of Gravytrain, a full-service outsourced content shop located in Vancouver, Canada.

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You know. Screw it... why bother blogging at all?

http://gravytrain.ca/why-business-bother-blogging/

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On Quora? Hit me up here and I'll follow you. Can't wait until I can just import all of G+ into there...

http://www.quora.com/Erik-MacKinnon

I love Quora, but I really dislike how I can't get a feed of new questions in all of the topics I follow. I really have no desire to answer questions from months ago.

Am I missing something?

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Woah.
So simple, yet so complex. "Douglas's team chose a clam-like cage, so that the nanorobot could hold a drug dose inside until it was time to deliver it. To ensure that the cage only opened when it found its target, the team fitted it with two locks. Each lock is a strand of DNA called an aptamer that can be designed to recognise a specific molecule. When the aptamer and target molecule connect, the DNA strand unzips and the clam opens up, releasing its payload."
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