Thursday, March 24, 2011

Future Foglets of the Hive Mind by Michelle Ewens

The concept of utility fog – flying, intercommunicating nanomachines that dynamically shape themselves into assorted configurations to serve various roles and execute multifarious tasks – was introduced by nanotech pioneer J. Storrs Hall in 1993. Recently in H+ Magazine, Hall pointed out that swarm robots are the closest thing we have to utility fog. This brings the concept a little bit closer to reality.
- by Michelle Ewens in the HPlus Magazine

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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Taking Charge of their Lives

This is an inspirational article on ten men who decided to take charge of their lives and turned their lives around. They all decided to do something they enjoyed doing and so lead more fulfilling lives, as a pilot, a foreign aid worker and a personal trainer among other jobs.
10 men who turned their lives around

US succeeds in face transplant

Face-Off is now a reality with the US Succeeding with the first ever Face Transpant of an accident victim. Science and Technology is now going beyond science fiction.


US succeeds in face transplant - World News - MSN News UK

Monday, March 21, 2011

Melt away Your Stress with These Unbelievable Caribbean Cruises

Summer is here and it is time to soak up the sun and enjoy a lovely cruise. This is a great collection of Caribbean Cruises, which are worth checking out. Have a Happy Summer 2011.

Melt away Your Stress with These Unbelievable Caribbean Cruises

Buzz Jokes: top fun of the day

This site has an interesting collection of humourous images to brighten and lighten up "Black Monday". Take time to Smile today!

BuzzJokes: top fun of the day

Visual Techniques in "Sherlock"

This is an interesting article which outlines all the unique visual techniques used in the TV series "Sherlock" with Benedict Cumb...