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Announcing the 2012 #GoodreadsChoice Awards! Opening Round now open for voting:  http://bit.ly/VBobzL Help choose the best books of the year!
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3D printing, a process that turns binary digits into molecules, could well be the next great technological disruption. As with any disruptive technology—from the printing press to the personal computer—3D printing is going to upset existing manufacturers, who are bound to see it as a threat to their traditional way of doing business http://econ.st/QJ8OrK 
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                 Die Insel Central Lang Island in Malaysia
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The Top 10 Brand Pages on Google+

As of June 12th 2012, these are the top 10 brand pages on Google+ according to  +CircleCount 

1. +Coldplay (2,251,767 followers)
2. +Angry Birds (1,940,521 followers)
3. +106 and Park (1,633,824 followers)
4. +The Hunger Games (1,579,231 followers)
5. +ESPN (1,573,143 followers)
6. +Pearl Jam (1,559,563 followers)
7. +FC Barcelona (1,540,823 followers)
8. +Cadbury UK (1,502,279 followers)
9. +Barack Obama (1,489,784 followers)
10. +Chelsea Football Club (1,456,787 followers)

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Facebook is eating the world, except for China and Russia: World map of social networks http://tnw.to/b06w
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European team bests Chinese record at teleporting distance

A European team of physicists has bested the record set by a team of Chinese researchers last month for distance in teleporting quantum bits (qubits). Where the Chinese team accomplished their feat by teleporting photons across a lake, the European team did so by performing the same feat across the ocean between two islands off the coast of Africa.
(Phys.org) -- A European team of physicists has bested the record set by a team of Chinese researchers last month for distance in teleporting quantum bits (qubits). Where the Chinese team accomplished...
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Why comScore's pro-Facebook report this week should make you go 'hmmm.'

A statistics teacher of mine at UCLA told a funny joke: 

"A history professor brought his 6-year-old son, Billy, to work one day, and they toured the campus together.

They went to the Math department, and Billy asked the professor: 'What's 2+2?' The professor told him: '2+2 is 4, Billy.'

Then they went to the Engineering department, and Billy asked the Engineering professor: 'What's 2+2?' The professor told him: '2+2 is 4, Billy.'

And, finally, they went to the Statistics department, and Billy asked the Statistics professor: 'What's 2+2?' The professor asked: 'What would you like it to be, Billy?'" 

Which brings us to comScore. 

Almost all the "ghost town" baloney about Google+ originates with comScore reports. 

Who is comScore? And why do they publish these reports? More to the point, why are their reports always negative about Google and always positive about Facebook? 

These are important questions because another glowing, highly positive report about Facebook is expected from comScore this week. The report is expected to counter the widely held perception that Facebook's ads are ineffective. The comScore reported should provide all kinds of numbers showing that, no, Facebook ads are incredibly effective. 

Like past comScore reports that make Google look bad and Facebook look good, this report will be lapped up by the unquestioning media, and accepted without skepticism. 

Here are the two facts about comScore that should be in the opening paragraph of every media report on comScore's coming Facebook lovefest: 

1. Google is comScore's direct competitor.

2. Facebook is comScore's customer.

Is that clear enough? 

Specifically, Google is one of the six companies listed by VentureBeat Profiles of comScore's direct competitors. Google is the only major company on the list. 

Meanwhile, comScore is really cagey about who its clients are, and how much those clients pay comScore. But All Things D is one of the few media organizations to point out the basic fact that Facebook is a comScore client. 

In fact, it's likely that Facebook and comScore worked together to created the report. 

Now, it's theoretically possible that all the data about comScore's biggest competitor is actually negative, and all the data about comScore's biggest customer is positive. 

But it seems pretty unlikely to me. 

When one of your best customers comes to you and asks: "How effective are our ads?," the right answer is probably: "How effective do you want them to be?"

http://venturebeatprofiles.com/company/profile/comscore/competitors

http://allthingsd.com/20120608/trust-us-facebook-ads-do-work-comscore-study-out-next-week/

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-06-08/facebook-rises-as-comscore-says-site-can-spur-purchases.html

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There can be little doubt that genetically engineered crops are the most dangerous aspect of modern agriculture. Not only are we seeing rapid emergence of super-weeds resistant to glyphosate, courtesy of Roundup Ready crops, we now also have evidence of emerging Bt-resistant insects. Add to that the emergence of a brand new organism capable of producing disease and infertility in both plants and animals, and a wide variety of evidence showing harm to human health, and the only reasonable expectation one can glean is that humanity as a whole is being seriously threatened by this foolhardy technology.
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