- Google’s buses help its workers beat the rush
"The company now ferries about 1,200 employees to and from Google daily for free–nearly one-fourth of its local work force–aboard 32 shuttle buses equipped with comfortable leather seats and wireless Internet access" Google could upsidedown my carpoolin
- Antonio Di Pietro English: Italia dei Valori in Second Life
Antonio Di Pietro an Italian politician (minister of something at the moment) has decided to buy an island on Second Life. I know Sweden has an embassy on SL but this for italian politicians is centuries ahead
- Chinese Scientists Control Pigeons, Chinese Scientists Control Pigeons' Flights by Remote Control – CBS News
"Chinese scientists have succeeded in implanting electrodes in the brain of a pigeon to remotely control the bird’s flight, state media said" They will surely going to use them in war and for spying (remember the LOTR scene?…)
- egoSurf search for paolo
- Brain-computer interface – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A brain-computer interface (BCI), sometimes called a direct neural interface or a brain-machine interface, is a direct communication pathway between a human or animal brain (or brain cell culture) and an external device.
- visualcomplexity.com | European Academic Network
These images are part of a paper that aims at mapping the web presence of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) on the level of universities using hyperlinks and analyzing the topology of the European academic network
- What makes a Wikipedia article good?
We also demonstrate a crucial correlation between article quality and number of edits, which validates Wikipedia as a successful collaborative effort.
- Official Google Blog: Stuck in traffic?
Up-to-date traffic conditions on Google Maps for 30 major U.S. cities.
- This Blog Sits at the: Anne Saunders, the Starbucks "generosity experiment" and other marketing innovations
A Starbucks barista gave a customer a free cup of coffee. The lucky customer was struck by a moment of generosity and decided to pay for the person next in line. This luckly customer did the same for the customer behind her, and an articulated act of gene