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Transparent Japanese Appliances

Friday, November 24, 2006

These are really cool!

Washing Machine
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Hot Stuff

Friday, November 17, 2006
PopSci photo gallery of cool gadgets include this belt-driven turntable that plugs into your computer via USB, converting your prized vinyl LPs to iPod-ready MP3s as they play. Who said vinyl was dead?

Additional stories on PopSci include 1) The positive effect of child-rearing on men. Studies show that contrary to popular belief, child-rearing may make men smarter; 2) A man-made, pure-white compound called Oxycyte carries oxygen 50 times as effectively as our own blood.

contraforma elegant solutions linear rocking chair

Built right into INCHworm shoes is the iFit technology. The iFit technology allows you to GROW the size of the shoe with a simple push of the button.

24 hours before your special day, the Hot Spot on the interior surface of your Remember Ring will warm to 120º F for approximately 10 seconds, and continue to warm up every hour, on the hour, all day long!

RC plane offers a remarkable video shot from the cockpit of a radio-controlled airplane. The camera's video is transmitted to the flyer on the ground below, who's wearing VR goggles. When he moves his head, the remote camera's pans and tilts correspond exactly to his movements.
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New Scientist News

New Scientist latest news are always interesting:

1. Red wine compound boosts athletic endurance.

2. Software distinguishes between online namesakes.

3. New tack may stamp out polio for good.

4. Unruly star may be swallowing embryonic planets.

5. Stem cells reverse muscular dystrophy.

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I Like

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

bad medicine, a really gross contest at

evolution gone wild, another Photoshop contest at

rechargeable batteries that get power from the USB port

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Yehey, New Stuff!

Friday, November 10, 2006
HurriQuake nail is a tricked-out nail designed to protect homes against damage caused by hurricanes and earthquakes. Engineered to target the common problems of other fasteners that tear apart in high winds and pull through plywood during seismic stresses, the device reportedly provides up to twice the resistance to these natural disasters.

inflatable bar

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania took brain images of five women while they spoke in tongues and found that their frontal lobes - the thinking, willful part of the brain through which people control what they do - were relatively quiet, as were the language centers. Studies suggest that people who speak in tongues rarely suffer from mental problems. A recent study of nearly 1,000 evangelical Christians in England found that those who engaged in the practice were more emotionally stable than those who did not.

Thanko stealth switch. The stealth switch lies undetected under your desk and is activated by foot, just press the switch and Solitare is minimized and Excel spreadsheet maximized.
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