China Discovered America – Map Revealed


A map due to be unveiled in Beijing and London next week may lend weight to a theory a Chinese admiral discovered America, and not Christopher Columbus.

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100,000+ Lego Pieces Harpsichord


The size is 6 x 3 ft. weighing approximately 150 lbs, and built with an estimated 100,000 LEGO pieces! It actually plays.

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Swallow the “Pill Cam” then let it take 2,600 photos of your Gut


The patient simply swallows the pill with water. It progresses down the esophagus and takes about 2,600 color pictures at a rate of 14 per second. After 20 minutes, the doctor evaluates the video images. The disposable capsule is passed naturally, usually within 24 hours

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Taiwan breeds green-glowing pigs


Scientists in Taiwan say they have bred three pigs that glow in the dark. The pigs are transgenic, created by adding genetic material from jellyfish into a normal pig embryo.

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Whats Reality?


Someone while on holiday in Japan took these photographs. When they got back, they found the identical place in the Project Gotham 3 race tracks. They are shockingly similar and just highlights the large amount of work that went into making the game. Impressive eh?

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Got a Digital Camera? Know where you can take pictures.


This is a great article on the legal issues surrounding snapping pictures. The good news is that most of the times I was told I couldn’t take photos, they were wrong (like at the emerging technologies section of Siggraph). 😉

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PriceRitePhoto and Digg Hit the New York Times


What started out as a rant on my blog and was amplified by Digg to the most Dugg story ever today hit the New York Times. The Times offers a strong overview story on the PriceRitePhoto case and says that they would now appear to be out of business. This may be the last PriceRitePhoto update. Thanks to all who helped with this.

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JavaScript + CSS = Nice Picture Display

Nice piece of JavaScript and CSS to display a picture in response to a click on a thumbnail. More attractive than just popping up a window or loading the picture raw in the browser. Instead the whole page is shaded down and the image is loaded in the center of the page. (click one of the photos below to see it in action)

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Strip Out The Fans, Add 8 Gallons of Cooking Oil


Ever wondered what it would be like to remove your PC case fans and use cooking oil to cool your PC components? Apparently, somebody did…

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Optimus Keyboard February 1st!


Yes, The Optimus Keyboard, has been announced to be released February 1st 2006! Take a look, this is a awesome keyboard with great use of LED technology!

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