Friday, August 17, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Go ahead; satisfy your curiosity.
There is a lot at stake here, obviously, and we're going to see a lot more work in this area.
Monday, August 13, 2007
Sunday, August 12, 2007
1) I owe my first link to that often referred to friend of Joe and me, the one is
2) Well it is time to revisit something I posted about a while ago the 3-D printer. Was the price prohibitive for you? Well, maybe not check this one out they are attempting to go after the home consumer market. They say in a couple of years they will have the price under a thousand dollars. Wow! That is less than I paid for my first computer. Maybe this company is going to be the apple of 3-D printing. It might be worth a few dollars to invest in their stock, if it is available. Be sure to watch the video on the right side at the site. http://www.desktopfactory.com
3) This is a link to a free online movie called, “The Race to Zero Point Energy”, you must know by now this is one of my areas of interest. The movie is one hour and fifty min. covers most of the current areas of investigation in the field. I thought was good, and very informative, it made me wonder where we would be today if the worldview in the early days of discovery had been more advanced, less profit oriented, and more in tuned with the planets welfare. http://video.google.com
4) For the last link of the week, I found a story about the clone phone in my latest Popular Science Magazine about how the knock off iphones coming out of
Reportedly, "only 30-percent of Xbox 360 owners were aware of the HD graphics capabilities of the machine," and while the figure did rise on the Blu-ray-packin' PS3, it still stopped at just 50-percent.
Many Xbox 360, PS3 owners unaware of HD abilities
I was amazed at this, is blu-ray not the ONLY reason to buy the PS3? ;)
Also heard about this at my favorite HD Theater podcast, HT Guys.