SUNDOG: MARKETING + TECHNOLOGY Google Glass - Pinch to Zoom and Wink to take Picture
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Google might be planning on bringing some really awesome gestures to Glass.
This information was leaked to The Next Web by reddit user fodawim.
According to the information, t... Posted on 4/24/13 at 10:14 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Popular times... Posted on 4/19/13 at 7:35 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Facebook Fear Factor: Cake and Pancake Mixes
What the warning (incorrectly) says: When they get old cake mixes grow spores that can kill you, which is why it's so important to throw out your expired cake mix -- it is toxic.
What the warning lea... Posted on 4/8/13 at 9:17 PM
Levels of heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air have hit a milestone of 400 parts per million. Pieter Tans, who monitors levels for the U.S. government, said the last time carbon dioxide levels were this high was about 2 million years ago.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota told Iron Range workers on Friday to protect themselves from taconite dust, despite a new study that was unable to prove that exposure to the dust causes the rare cancer mesothelioma.
Elizabeth Dunbar, Dan Kraker and Stephanie Hemphill
, April 12, 2013
A University of Minnesota physics lab has recorded its first three-dimensional image of a key subatomic particle. It's part of research that scientists hope will give them a better understanding of the universe.
Sealing off an artery that supplies blood to the portion of the stomach that produces the hunger- promoting hormone ghrelin reduced appetite and triggered weight loss in the first study of the approach in human volunteers.
Physicists in Italy said Wednesday they are achingly close to concluding that what they found last year was the Higgs boson, the elusive "God particle." They need to eliminate one last remote possibility that it's something else.
We are vastly, ridiculously, hopelessly, humblingly outnumbered: For every one human cell, there are an estimated 10 single-cell microbes in us or on us, at least 100 trillion in all, nestled in our guts and in our urogenital tracts, lying on our skin and happily ensconced in our mouths and noses—entire civilizations of fungi and protozoa and (mostly) bacteria that eat and breathe, evolve and reproduce and die.
Between 1973 and 2012, the United States experienced 65 cases of rabies, while the National Institutes of Health offered 89 major research grants to tackle the subject. There were 266 polio cases during that time as well, and the NIH made 129 major polio research awards.
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