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クモの糸で変わる世界: 関山 和秀 at TEDxTokyo

Changing the world with spider webs: Kazuhide Sekiyama at TEDxTokyo

What?? A Bio Robot Refrigerator? It works with biopolymer. According to www.hometone.com, "The non-sticky gel surrounds the food and the strong surface tension of the gel helps to build separate pod for them. The fridge offers plenty of space to hold your eatables without mixing the odor." However it works, it's still weird. I wonder if people will actually buy it.

É preciso comentar algo mais? Electrolux Bio Robot Refrigerator works on biopolymer gel

Called "Feno", this sleek and portable notebook computer comes equipped with a flexible OLED display, full-sized keypad and pop-out mouse, all packed into a foldable design. Simply unfold everything, and you've got yourself a desktop computer, complete with mouse. by beatrice

Called "Feno", this sleek and portable notebook computer comes equipped with a flexible OLED display, full-sized keypad and pop-out mouse, all packed into a foldable design. Simply unfold everything, and you've got yourself a desktop computer.

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Looks like a plain backdrop set up outside the studio - note the path and the window shades. Watermelon vendor, c. 1875 by Raimund von Stillfried-Rathenitz

*ANYTHING THAT PUTS YOU IN UNINTENTIONAL HYPNOSIS STATE* Just 30 SECONDS of watching television the brain begins to produce alpha waves, which indicates torpid (almost comatose) rates of activity.  The radiant light and flicker rates of TV cause the brain to drop down to a level of activity somewhere between Alpha and Theta – essentially a sleepy dreamlike state of mind where the higher critical functions are turned off.

Americans spend more time watching TV than every other developed country, making it that much more important to monitor your child's TV consumption.

触れる空中ディスプレイFairy Lights in Femtoseconds発表、レーザーで空気をプラズマ化 - Engadget Japanese

触れる空中ディスプレイFairy Lights in Femtoseconds発表、レーザーで空気をプラズマ化

触れる空中ディスプレイFairy Lights in Femtoseconds発表、レーザーで空気をプラズマ化 - Engadget Japanese

Seducktively dressed.

Now that I look back at this pic, it would be interesting to put our geese in dresses. But Beatrix Potter had ducks in dresses I think, not geese. The Puddleduck sisters? The Muscovy ducks might put up with it better than the geese.

10 awesome ways to use a USB flash drive  Find out how versatile your thumbdrive is with these 10 little-known uses and tricks.

10 awesome ways to use a USB flash drive

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