Richard Preston writes The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring about a group of people who research (very) old trees. It’s not boring. [via Cool Tools]
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Watch this video. You’ll feel good, I promise. [via Reddit]
Researchers have built a powerful 3-D motion capture system using off the shelf parts. The system controller and associated laptop are carried in a small backpack on the subject, who wears 18 small sensors. Watch the video! [via Techmeme]
Frugal Panda offers a list of 17 sources of FREE books
BellPepper is developing TwinBell, a GSM Mobile phone with two active SIM cards.
Over 100 Linux eBooks are available for free download. [via Linux Screw]
The Farm Gate published this informative 2008 Agriculture Crystal Ball. [via Newsome]
The Blog Readability Test claims that Cloudy Thinking requires a post-graduate level of education. Bummer.
You can (and should…) watch radishes grow. [via neatorama]
Wes Clark published a great SR71 (“Blackbird”) story written by Brian Schul.
David Spark writes about the NewTeeVee conference where Ralph de la Vega of AT&T talked about how internet video is consuming a LOT of bandwidth.
Stefano Mazzocchi writes Dalvik: how Google routed around Sun’s IP-based licensing restrictions on Java ME.
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