U.S.economy is according to some on the verge of the recession, according to others it is already in recession. The stock markets are falling down. Not only in USA, they are falling down across the globe. Breaking News Alert from NYT Stock Markets in Europe Plunge 7 Percent Stocks Open Sharply Lower Despite Interest-Rate Cut [...]
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At Reboot – the yearly international meet-up for visionary inventors, philosophers, tech-geeks and interdisciplinary thinkers – JaiKu-inventor Juri EngestrÃ¶m presented this slide. It shows the fast-blooming-and-dying-cycles of webnetworks that have succeeded in spreading rapidly by having people connect and link to one-another – but eventually die out because they fail to offer a relevant focus/obejct/reason [...]
Wave Dragon – the worldâ€™s first offshore wave energy converter producing power for the grid in Denmark. Soon being moved from Nissum Bredding to Wales, because of the lack of political will and funding in Denmark.
Yesterday my spam-filter caught an interesting piece of commercial mail titled: Aquazone Seven Seas Desktop Aquarium – now 20 % off. And what do you know…working intensively with SHARE A BRAINWAVE lately apparantly has put waves, water, fish and aquariums so top of my mind, that I’m an easy target for any information containing either [...]
The phonograph… is not of any commercial value (Thomas Edison 1880) Sensible and responsible women do not want to vote (Grover Cleveland, president of USÂ 1905) Who the hell wants to hear actors talk (Harry Warner, Warner Brothers PicturesÂ 1927) I think there is a world market for about five computers (Thomas J.Â Watson, IBM, 1943) Â
I just bought these scissors as a birthday present for a soon-to-be four-year-old – and I’m already regretting not getting some for my own use. The trick is – in case you didn’t already know – that these scissors automatically cut the paper in the wavy pattern of your choice – sort of a stencil-meets-scissors-invention. [...]