TechKnowLedge
3D Printing Technology Raises Copyright Concerns

biotechboardwalk:

3D Printing Technology Raises Copyright Concerns

While 3D printing used to be out of reach for most due to its high costs, recent advances are poised to bring the unique technology to the masses. President Obama even mentioned it in his last State of the Union Address.

As a result, the copyright infringement implications for 3D printing are becoming even more important.

Through 3D technology, it is possible to create a new object by simply…

View On WordPress

We live in the exoskeleton of the Internet.
twicr:

Researchers in Canada are running an experiment to see if people will stop and give their hitchBOT a lift across the country. But what happens if it meets one of Google’s self-driving cars along the way? (Answer: Robopocalypse!)
You can follow hitchBOT’s journey on the web, Instagram, and Twitter. 

twicr:

Researchers in Canada are running an experiment to see if people will stop and give their hitchBOT a lift across the country. But what happens if it meets one of Google’s self-driving cars along the way? (Answer: Robopocalypse!)

You can follow hitchBOT’s journey on the web, Instagram, and Twitter

Oops!  This has been happening intermittently when attempting to open the Battery app.   It started after the last update.   :(

Oops!  This has been happening intermittently when attempting to open the Battery app.   It started after the last update.   :(

proofmathisbeautiful:

I’m not even kidding guys…I already ordered 2!
A Multi-Function Clip That Hides a Toolbox In Your Hair
Andrew Liszewski
A Leatherman multi-tool hanging off your belt is a great way to stay prepared for emergencies, but it means you look like someone with a Leatherman hanging off their belt—and that part’s not so great. This innocuous hair clip is a better alternative. It manages to replicate the functionality of quite a few tools, but will all but disappear when used to keep your bangs at bay.
It can serve as a flat-head screwdriver, even for fixing those tiny screws on your glasses. It’s got a 5/16 wrench for tackling the occasional bolt, and there’s a serrated edge for hacking through rope, but hopefully not hacking through your hair when worn. It could very well be the smallest multi-tool you can buy for just $10, trumped only by the Q-Tip when it comes to cost versus functionality.

proofmathisbeautiful:

I’m not even kidding guys…I already ordered 2!

A Multi-Function Clip That Hides a Toolbox In Your Hair

Andrew Liszewski

A Leatherman multi-tool hanging off your belt is a great way to stay prepared for emergencies, but it means you look like someone with a Leatherman hanging off their belt—and that part’s not so great. This innocuous hair clip is a better alternative. It manages to replicate the functionality of quite a few tools, but will all but disappear when used to keep your bangs at bay.

It can serve as a flat-head screwdriver, even for fixing those tiny screws on your glasses. It’s got a 5/16 wrench for tackling the occasional bolt, and there’s a serrated edge for hacking through rope, but hopefully not hacking through your hair when worn. It could very well be the smallest multi-tool you can buy for just $10, trumped only by the Q-Tip when it comes to cost versus functionality.

personalfactory:

Share your message on the streets via streettoolbox.com

Facebook’s latest stance on privacy

lincolnethics:

In light of our upcoming symposium entitled, “Should We Care About Privacy?” and the fact that many of you have a Facebook account, you may be interested to hear Facebook’s latest stance on privacy: http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2014/07/facebook_s_privacy_pivot_mark_zuckerberg_s_plan_to_win_back_trust.html

RSVP today for our symposium: https://lincolncenter.asu.edu/events/5th-annual-lincoln-ethics-symposium-should-we-care-about-privacy?destination=node/163

This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The article was reported by the Guardian’s Suzanne Goldenberg, and the video was produced by Climate Desk’s James West.

Google uses renewable energy to power about a third of its data centers. Facebook says its new Iowa data center will run entirely off wind power when it comes on-line in 2015.

Microsoft earlier this month announced a second wind farm in Illinois to power its data centers.