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Archive of del.icio.us links Boycott Beiling 2008, made in China – Graphics.JSOnline.com So sad, and yet so true Mammatus Cloud – Eatnineghost.com The clouds are called Mammatus clouds They do not precede a tornado, or foretell a storm, but are formed when the air is already saturated with rain droplets and/or ice crystals and begins to sink. The worst of the storm is usually over. Tibet, Land of Lithium – [...]

Archive of del.icio.us links Where does “Blue” end and “Red” begin? – Blog.DoloresLabs.Com Each is printed in its color and positioned on a color wheel. Just looking around, there sure seem to be different regions for different names. We also made a color label explorer, so you can search for different terms and see different parts of the space Facebook To Launch Preferred Application Program – TechCrunch.Com Clearly Facebook is [...]

Archive of del.icio.us links Hacked MySpace page serves up fake Windows update – InfoWorld.Com Using a hacked MySpace profile, online criminals are trying to trick victims into downloading a malicious Trojan Horse program by disguising it as a Microsoft update, according to researchers at security vendor McAfee. The attack is certainly not widespre The World’s Coolest Solar Collecting Building? – Ecoble.Com Sanyo in Japan has constructed an amazing solar-collecting building [...]

Archive of del.icio.us links Intel and OLPC Partnership Ends – DevelopmentCrossing.Com It was only a few months ago (last July in fact), that Intel and One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) joined forces. Unfortunately, last week saw the partnership come to end, with Intel withdrawing from the arrangement. Or were they kicked out? Wikia Search Is A Complete Letdown. – TechCrunch.Com Wikia Search is not so good – “First of all, [...]

Archive of del.icio.us links New Lithium-Ion Battery Rules for Travel Effective – MobileWhack.Com Effective January 1, 2008, the following rules apply to the spare lithium batteries you carry with you in case the battery in a device runs low: *Spare batteries are the batteries you carry separately from the devices they power. Sony is preparing to launch laptops with Penryn processor – SlashGear.Com Sony is preparing to launch its Penryn [...]

Bubble 2.0: The Video

Here Comes Another Bubble – The Richter Scales Found on TechCrunch.Com via the Podcasts commandN (Episode 114, Dec 6th, 2007) and Net@Nite (Episode 40, Dec 6th, 2007

Archive of del.icio.us links Death on wheels: The suicide service that comes to your door – DailyMail.Co.Uk In Switzerland it is legal to assist a suicide, but only Dignitas will take clients from abroad. Some 753 foreigners visited its offices and ended their lives with an overdose after paying £3,000. Keeping up with a wired clientele – Seattle’s Hotel 1000 really “geeks out” – SeattleTimes.nwsource.Com The $133 billion lodging industry’s [...]

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