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We shape our tools and then our tools shape us. — John M. Culkin

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+Google Glass  is a masterpiece 

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I successfully reproduced this experiment and it was awesome   #lens  
Amazing Arrow Trick

If works from the refraction of the light by a different medium so that the light goes through a focal point outside the glass and reverses itself. That bending from going through the different medium is itself a really cool principle called Snell's Law, and here's a great article on it:

https://plus.google.com/+TomEigelsbach/posts/HN1EMzCSjGv

via +AsapSCIENCE  #scienceeveryday  
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✓Stephen Hawking Says: "A.I. Could Be Our Worst Mistake In History"

Sebastian Thrun's Reply: He's wrong.

✓someone asked :Why implant chip instate of biometric information ?

Sebastian: If someone "steals" my retina image or my finger print, then I have no chance to "change my password". I can't change my fingerprint. I can change a chip.

✓someone asked: Can technology solve our environmental ills or will increased dependence on tech drive us further from an appreciation of the natural world?

Sebastian: This is why we created Google Glass. The final judgement is still out there, but we hoped to seamlessly blend the physical world with the virtual world of our technology-mediated social relationships

✓A question from South Asia: Do you see a change in innovation, from the west to Asia & Africa in the foreseeable future ?

Sebastian: I often receive visitors in Silicon Valley who ask "how can I bring Silicon Valley back to my home country?". I would love to. But much of it has to do with cultural values and norms. In most part of the world, starting a company that goes bust is dubbed a "failure." In Silicon Valley, we call this "gaining experience." We are willing to take the risks that are inherent for innovation.
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