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- 33 Awesome Hotel Rooms – Buzzfeed – Da sind ein paar Betten dabei, die ich durchaus mal ausprobieren würde.
- The Future is Now: Connected Appliances — Life Scoop – "Over the next decade life is going to get closer to the automated and connected future that only sci-fi writers have dreamed of–and it's thanks to technology and concepts that exist today. In fact, some of it is already seeping into homes, while some products still cost a bit too much to make it into the mainstream. Either way, the future is now thanks to innovations in web ready appliances."
- 30 Jahre PC – Wie… – Artists mentioned in the WIRE magazine – dradio.de: "Vor 30 Jahren, am 12. August 1981, kam mit dem IBM-Rechner 5150 der erste kommerzielle Personal-Computer auf den Markt. Der Siegeszug des "Computers für jeden" begann, ein Meilenstein der Technik, der die Welt verändert hat und bis heute verändert."
- Case History Of A Wikipedia Page: Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’ | The Awl – "Since 2001, the Wikipedia entry on Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita has been edited 2,303 times. It's a popular entry, too: of approximately 750,000 Wiki articles out there, it ranks at 2,075 in traffic."
- NASA scientists have discovered stars that are cool enough to touch – "NASA has identified six new, even-cooler orbs known as "Y-dwarfs." Y-dwarfs are the coldest members of the brown dwarf family, which makes these stars the coolest of the cool."
Tagged computer, Fotografie, Geschichte, libyen, Wissenschaft
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- Libya on the brink of change – The Big Picture – Boston.com – “Rebels swept into the center of Tripoli over the weekend, and the end appeared to be inevitable for the 42-year reign of Moammar Khadafy as leader of Libya, but government forces were still putting up sporadic resistance in pockets of the city. The whereabouts of Khadafy were unknown. He is wanted by the International Criminal Court in The Hague for crimes against humanity. The six-month uprising had been marked by slow progress followed by setbacks, but moved with startling speed over the weekend. Gathered here are pictures from the last few days of the fighting and celebrations.”
- A Short History of Computing (Juli 1978) bei Glaserei -
- Scientists have discovered the oldest fossils on Earth in Australia – “An international team of geologists has discovered evidence of 3.4-billion-year-old single-cell organisms, making them the oldest known fossils on Earth. And all signs point to them being sulphur-munching little buggers.”