Sunday Links

Sunday, August 19, 2007

A lot of decent links have been accumulating lately, so there are going to be biweekly links for at least the next two weeks.

A speeding star with an enormous tail of seeds for new solar systems.

A music search engine based on listening to music not words.

Put a little water in your wavepool.

How to command respect through body language.

The collapse of a virtual bank.

A 3D image projector which is really 3D.

The beginner's guide to bitmaps.

30 online presentation tools.

Plain soap is as effective as anti-bacterial soap but without the risks.

18 tricks to make new habits stick.

The coming bandwidth shortage.

How to resign gracefully.

Endeavor's damaged tiles.

Sandwich art.

5 free gigs.

A gravitomagnetic field was produced artificially for the first time. This is very important, as it shows a strong link between the gravitational and the magnetic fields, one induced by rotating bodies. It is "the gravitational analogue of Faraday's electromagnetic induction experiment in 1831".

How to erase long-term memories without smoking dope.

4 ways to make a good decision.

The latest faster-than-light claims are wrong again.

The Fed returns to its roots.

1 comments:

Buddy Larsen said...

Great stories --as usual! Saved, & emailed to the kids, who can learn some good stuff WHILE THERE'S STILL TIME!