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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Ten Things Your IT Department Won't Tell You

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB118539543272477927.html?mod=fpa_mostpop

Coolest shoes ever

http://www.votemoojj.com/stuff/shoes/index.html

Leonardo Da Vinci: The Complete Paintings And Drawings


This Book is amazing. Highly recommended, so choice!


Tivoli Audio IPal


Perfect for the beach and listening to the Sox. Has plug in for Ipod as well. $199

Chismillionare's weekend bag


Perfect size, perfect handles. Just toss in the trunk for a weekend away

http://www.hartmann.com/shop/productDetail.asp?sku=1860-B

Self Assembling Nano Structures

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have found an easy way to make a complex nanostructure that consists of tiny rods studded with nanocrystals. The new self-assembly synthesis method could lead to intricate nanomaterials for more-efficient solar cells and less expensive devices for directly converting heat into electricity.
In the structures, the quantum dots are all about the same size and are spaced evenly along the rods--a feat that in the past required special conditions such as a vacuum, with researchers carefully controlling the size and spacing of different materials, says Paul Alivisatos, the professor of chemistry and materials science at Berkeley who led the work. In contrast, Alivisatos simply mixes together the appropriate starting materials in a solution; these materials then arrange themselves into the orderly structure.

http://www.technologyreview.com/Nanotech/19108/

Glue with an On and Off switch

Researchers at the University of Sheffield, in the UK, have made an adhesive that can be turned on and off with an external switch. The switch is the acidity of the solution surrounding the glue: two different kinds of polymers in the glue attract each other based on the solution's acidity. By repeatedly making the solution less or more acidic, Mark Geoghegan and his colleagues can switch the adhesive's stickiness, making two surfaces bond together and then come apart up to five times

http://www.technologyreview.com/Nanotech/19120/

Fast food - ads vs. reality

http://www.totallycrap.com/galleries/galleries_fastfood_in_real_life/

Beaches in Korea - Crazy

Beaches in Korea

Amazing Picture of the World at Night

Amazing Picture of the World at Night

Roman Candle Fight

http://youtube.com/watch?v=3bK469iBsmM

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