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dinosaurspen:

Honeywell 316 computer.
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60s70sand80s:

Popular Science, July 1973
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futuristech-info:

VIDEO: Robot creepily learns to walk again after its leg gets damaged - It’s just a flesh wound
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crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
crookedindifference:

Happy 56th Anniversary NASA
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ilovecharts:

Applied Math: Medicine
Continue your education this week with, Applied Math: Comedy
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fromgrapevine:

Flying cars are almost here at last, and their first stop is Tel AvivSkyTran CEO Jerry Sanders says his new elevated transit system is going to transform transportation.
fromgrapevine:

Flying cars are almost here at last, and their first stop is Tel AvivSkyTran CEO Jerry Sanders says his new elevated transit system is going to transform transportation.
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nevver:

Dudi Ben Simon
nevver:

Dudi Ben Simon
nevver:

Dudi Ben Simon
nevver:

Dudi Ben Simon
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emergentfutures:

Evernote’s Savvy Plan to Join the Wearables Race
Damian Mehers has his morning routine down. Most days, the senior software engineer for Evernote gets up, opens the app, searches for the list of items his children need for the day (books, gym clothes, lunch, for example), and then sends the kiddos on their way. It’s a fairly streamlined process, though if you ask Mehers, it could stand some improvement. “It would be nice if Evernote just popped that information up for me in an unobtrusive way,” he says.
What Mehers means is, it would be nice if Evernote knew enough about him and his habits to anticipate what he wanted before he had to ask for it. In this scenario, instead of waiting for the designer to search out the list himself, the app would notice he’s at home, take stock of the time and make an educated assumption about what note he might like to see.
Mehers’ vision isn’t far from being a reality. As Evernote moves into the wearables market, the app’s developers are placing more importance on gleaning meaning from its millions of data points to serve up useful, contextualized information. The company just released its app for Android Wear, and its big goal is to build a handy personal assistant who relieves you from mundane tasks like rifling through your pile of digital notes for information.
Full Story: Wired
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cypulchre:

big gun
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