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Thursday, July 5, 2007

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Korean unisex toilet?

A sign spotted outside a toilet in Seoul.


McDonalds going Green - with Bio

McDonald's Refuses To Serve Woman With No Hands

Crazy Keyboards

Big Green Egg- World's Best Grill !!!!

Here are some of the benefits of the Big Green Egg:

  • Fast lighting -- ready to cook in 10 minutes with no lighter fluid

  • Ceramic walls retain heat with accurate temperature control and no hot spots

  • Fuel efficient so there is no need to add more charcoal while cooking; unburned charcoal can be reused

  • Constant tending not required; with enclosed cooking there are no grease flare-ups

  • Withstands temperature extremes from below 0° to 1800°F

  • Can be used year around, even in freezing temperatures and rain

  • Surface stays cooler and is safer around children than metal grills

  • Weatherproof ceramics won't rust

  • Handsome, decorative and unique design

  • Produces the juiciest, most succulent food you'll ever taste

Good Wifes Guide - May 1955

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Man creates his own windmill in Malawi

Ancient "Salt Cured" Man Found in Iranian Mine

Fustic House in Barbados is the way to go

Sleeps 12 in style---Four couples(three families and the grand parents) makes it 350 a night!

Hedge funds vs. index funds

A new ultrasound technique could help perfect a popular Independence Day beverage: beer.

Controlling Lasers with Chaos

Adding noise to telecom lasers could potentially boost bandwidth

Even Ferrari Is Going Green

The new Millechili concept car unveiled by the Italian sports-car maker is shorter and lighter than the Enzo. It comes with a twin turbocharged, direct injection 3.0-liter V-8, which produces 550 hp. Company officials say it would be faster than the current 800 hp V-12 that powers Ferrari’s FXX super car, yet it would use 42 percent less fuel and carbon emissions would drop by nearly half.
Source: AutoWeek

Second ATT-Free iPhone Activation Hack

The iPhone Development Project reports that it's uncovered a method of activating iPhones without hooking up with AT&T. The project's main aims are to unlock the device for use with other carriers, and get homebrew up and running:

"Using a "known" token (one used to activate an iPhone legitimately), we can activate an iPhone even after deactivation. We can use this "known" token to activate multiple phones, but the token is believed to contain identifying information so we have not provided a token. I want to emphasize that a known token will work on any phone, and once you have a known token you can use wifi, iPod, etc."
Though using typically obscure nicknames and appelations, the hackers are innocent as rabbits in what they're trying to accomplish — the third major to-do, for example, is to get dial-up networking and modem use running.

China's Bubbly Aquatics Center Nears Completion

Tim McKeough
07.03.07 2:00 AM

A solid block of water appears to have rained down on Beijing's Olympic Green. While most architecture buffs have been focused on Herzog & de Meuron's National Stadium -- dubbed the Bird's Nest for its curved shape and overlapping structural supports -- its neighbor, the National Aquatics Center, just might steal the show come opening day. Designed by Australia's PTW Architects, engineering firm Arup, and China State Construction Design International, the so-called Water Cube has a structural system unlike any other building. No wonder -- it's based on an age-old physics problem related to bubbles.
Left: Bird's Nest or bubbles? The refreshing Water Cube rises in front of the main Olympic stadium in Beijing. PTW, Arup and CCDI won an international competition to build the National Aquatics Center with a design that resembles a heavy-duty block of flavor-free Jell-O.