Weekly Links

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Is your ISP altering your webpages without your knowledge?

Magnetic levitation wind turbines.

The lowest PEG ratios in the West.

Free audio books.

The plug-in Prius revealed.

10 ways to sharpen your concentration.

Time may not exist.

The great wall of money.

5 things you never knew you could print out.

Collected works of Friedrich Nietzsche, free. German archive.

The best sand sculptures.

Program learns baby talk in any language.

Hitachi's advanced visual search engine.

Google's architecture.

Is energy demand set to increase?

Satire illegal in New Zealand.

10 ways to entertain young children for pocket change.

Chips in the brain.

Sex for the motherland. Why didn't they have these when I was a teen?

Evolutionary algorithms are surpassing human designers.

What Goldman Sachs has.

Graphene paper is stronger than nanotubes.

Viking treasure hoard discovered. Items from as far away as Afghanistan were transported by the Vikings to northern England.

Pink solar cells to produce energy at one quarter the cost.

Dolphins are smart.

The abandoned West.

Do smart people have less sex?


Buddy Larsen said...

Wo--Uma Thurman lookalike--thanks!

Great, great links--again--good stuff.

Barry Dauphin said...

Yes, really interesing stuff.

ambisinistral said...

Gaaa.... why do I always read the physics links? They only further addle my already considerably addled mind.

I thought Einstein argued that whatever it was, time moved at the speed of light and that's why changing the direction of its flow wasn't possible -- impossible levels energy would be required to accelerate it?

Richard Lawrence Cohen said...

Any bets as to which link got the most clicks? (The one that's more timeless than physics.)