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Cliff Strike 11/24/2013 from Subterminallyill on Vimeo.

Posted 262 days ago in Visual

Children aren’t born smart. They’re made smart by conversation.

Interesting..

Posted 334 days ago in Geek

Intro to Cloud Computing

Posted 473 days ago in Geek

New chip delivers DNA results in about an hour

Posted 487 days ago in Geek

Crazy > Harvard Student Finds Errors in “Austerity” Report

“This week, economists have been astonished to find that a famous academic paper often used to make the case for austerity cuts contains major errors. Another surprise is that the mistakes, by two eminent Harvard professors, were spotted by a student doing his homework…”

Posted 495 days ago in Geek

You are NOT Steve Jobs (aka “Steve is a bit of a dick”)

“The best thing you can do for your product is to have your staff tell you the truth, and listen to it.”

Posted 499 days ago in Geek

Parallella: The $99 Linux supercomputer

Posted 503 days ago in Geek

Shodan: The scariest search engine on the Internet

“It’s stunning what can be found with a simple search on Shodan. Countless traffic lights, security cameras, home automation devices and heating systems are connected to the Internet and easy to spot. Shodan searchers have found control systems for a water park, a gas station, a hotel wine cooler and a crematorium. Cybersecurity researchers have even located command and control systems for nuclear power plants and a particle-accelerating cyclotron by using Shodan.

What’s really noteworthy about Shodan’s ability to find all of this — and what makes Shodan so scary — is that very few of those devices have any kind of security built into them. “You can log into just about half of the Internet with a default password,” said HD Moore, chief security officer of Rapid 7, who operates a private version of a Shodan-like database for his own research purposes. “It’s a massive security failure.”" Read more…

RELATED STORY: Hackers take aim at key U.S. infrastructure

Posted 511 days ago in Geek

Steve Jobs

“When I went to Pixar, I became aware of a great divide. Tech companies don’t understand creativity. They don’t appreciate intuitive thinking, like the ability of an A&R guy at a music label to listen to a hundred artists and have a feel for which five might be successful. And they think that creative people just sit around on couches all day and are undisciplined, because they’ve not seen how driven and disciplined the creative folks at places like Pixar are.

On the other hand, music companies are completely clueless about technology. They think they can just go out and hire a few tech folks. But that would be like Apple trying to hire people to produce music. We’d get second-rate A&R people, just like the music companies ended up with second-rate tech people.

I’m one of the few people who understands how producing technology requires intuition and creativity, and how producing something artistic takes real discipline.

- Steve Jobs

Posted 513 days ago in Geek, Visual

See Through 3D Desktop

Couple cool videos here related to a truly interactive 3d display research project that Jinha Lee proposed and developed at Microsoft Applied Sciences Group during his internship.

Posted 518 days ago in Geek

Super Interesting > The DDoS that almost broke the Internet

Posted 522 days ago in Geek

Favorite Video Of the Moment..

Alt-J “Breezeblocks” from Project Fathom on Vimeo.

Posted 524 days ago in Audio

Meet the scientific accident that could change the world

“Ric Kaner set out to find a new way to make graphene, the thinnest and strongest material on earth. What he found was a new way to power the world…an energy storage medium with revolutionary potential..”

The Super Supercapacitor | Brian Golden Davis from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo.

Posted 526 days ago in Geek, Visual

This is really disturbing .. UNFIT FOR WORK

Read this if you want to become agitated and feel completely powerless to do anything about it. (Nice clean design anyway ;)

Posted 528 days ago in Geek

This makes mo SO happy .. on so many nerd levels :D

Official Lego ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Trailer

Posted 530 days ago in Geek, Visual

Physicists Say They Have Found a Higgs Boson

Posted 536 days ago in Geek

“Hacking the Xbox”, a free PDF in honor of Aaron Swartz

Posted 539 days ago in Geek

Letter from Steve Wozniak to a high school student in Korea

“Always focus on good human interface, user interface. Computer apps are not to be judged by what they do or how well they do it. Rather, it is more important that they feel natural to normal humans and they are led to the right actions.”
- Steve Wozniak

Posted 544 days ago in Geek

NIICE ;) heroku-fucking-console

Posted 549 days ago in Geek

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