Monthly Archives: October 2012

In a word: WOW. Picture #39 really sets the scene.

Hurricane Sandy: After Landfall Last night, Hurricane Sandy — the largest Atlantic tropical system on record — made landfall just south of Atlantic City, New Jersey, bringing winds up to 90 mph (150 kph), and pushing a massive storm surge … Continue reading

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Fastest growing technology sector ever? Who would have thought that every home would someday (in our lifetime?) have a “replicator” capable of making everything from a coffee cup to an acoustic guitar. I can’t wait to get one…

Personal 3-D Printer Sales Jump 35,000% Since 2007 Sales of 3-D printers for personal use have exploded since 2007, mimicking the personal-computing revolution of the 1990s, as the market expands from industrial- grade systems costing as much as $1 million. … Continue reading

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Seriously – how do these people get elected?

Mourdock: Pregnancy from rape can be ‘something that God intended to happen’ Mourdock: Pregnancy from rape can be ‘something that God intended to happen’Posted byAaron Blakeon October 23, 2012 at8:54 pmText SizePrintReprintsShare:More »FacebookTwitterStumbleUponDiggDeliciousIndiana Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock said Tuesday … Continue reading

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Remember your old cassette player?? “Researchers … have built prototypes that can store 35 terabytes of data – or about 35 million books’ worth of information – on a cartridge that measures just 10 centimetres by 10 cm by 2 cm.”. Wow… That’s a serious mix tape!

Cassette tapes are the future of big data storage – tech – 19 October 2012 – New Scientist Hard drives are the workhorse of large storage operations, but a new wave of ultra-dense tape drives is set to replace them … Continue reading

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Pure gold – thanks Cora for sharing. I LMAO.

The 45 Best Pictures Of Scared Bros At A Haunted Hause Of 2012 These hidden camera shots from Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, CA are amazing. It’s the return of the Scare-Bros! http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/the-45-best-scared-bros-at-a-haunted-hause-of-2012

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After 7+ years in AU, we’re making the next leg of our world tour. (we added 2 kids during this one – who knows what will happen next?) We are on our way to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our house in Glebe is up for sale – check it out!

60 Bridge Road, Glebe, NSW 2037 – House for Sale #111805611 – realestate.com.au Three level family oasis with wow factor appeal. 3 bedrooms House for Sale. Contact Agent. 60 Bridge Road, Glebe, NSW 2037. Listed by McGrath Estate Agents Inner … Continue reading

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The reasons to buy a 3D printer are starting to add up:

How Does This Sound? Classic Design Firm Goes Ultra-Modern with 3D-Printable Headphones | Wired Desi In its 86 year history, the industrial design firm Teague has helped commercialize some ground breaking technology, from the original Polaroid camera to the cabin … Continue reading

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Truer words never spoken. (Trust me – it is worth clicking in if you have 2 seconds…)

imgur.com http://imgur.com/YOdrp

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I haven’t watched the debates yet, but there is a really interesting graph on twitter about volumes during different points – really interesting to see what people got excited about.

First of the #debates generated a twitter record. https://twitter.com/gov/status/253755175460827138/photo/1

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