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Life is full of beauty. Notice it. Notice the bumble bee, the small child, and the smiling faces. Smell the rain, and feel the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams.
Life is full of beauty. Notice it. Notice the bumble bee, the small child, and the smiling faces. Smell the rain, and feel the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams.

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A group of engineers in Mexico developed technology that can purify wastewater and seawater in only 2.5 minutes. It works with a mixture of dissociating elements that separate and remove all contaminants as well as pollutants. http://bit.ly/1DDDU9V
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French start-up Cicret is developing a wristband wearable device that projects a touchscreen onto the wearer’s skin. It will use a projector that works with eight sensors to detect movement and will include a 3G card for phone capabilities. http://bit.ly/1v89kig
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Pretty soon, “wearable” devices won’t be physically worn. The UnderSkin project from New Deal Design shows tattoos with sensors that would help with tasks like unlocking smart locks, making payments or tracking health data. http://wrd.cm/1x1Dk0Y

Would you get a digital tattoo?
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Anatomy of Songs

The Pitbull part just killed me, hahaha. We all know it's not generally true, let's just say it's an exaggeration of some sorts. Well it's humor, what do you expect?

#Funny   #Humor  
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Companies Ostendo Technologies and Leia are currently working on true holographic displays for your smartphone. To accomplish this, they are building Quantum Photonic Imager chips that use light-emitting pixels to create 3D images. They think products will be using this technology in 2-3 years.
http://bit.ly/1wB46w5
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A group of Harvard scientists developed an app that allows you to take a photo, tag it with scents, and then send those smells to a “smelling station.” This week, they successfully sent the first smell across the Atlantic Ocean from Paris to New York.

How could this technology be useful to use?
http://yhoo.it/1nhAizo
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