While Microsoft may not be doing too well with voice recognition, they do have something interesting with their Photosynth project. It utilizes multiple photos of a place and builds a 3d map of it, which you can explore through actual photos.
Could be, if this article is true…
The researchers grew layers of mouse cells and larger tissues, such as corneas, in the lab. After “wounding” these tissues, they applied varying electric fields to them, and found they could accelerate or completely halt the healing process depending on the orientation and strength of the field[…]
Ah, the halcyon days of 1996… when all it took to make a web site was a text editor, Photoshop, and… well, that’s about all the options you had. And it certainly showed. Take a trip down memory lane with this humorous commentary on the cutting edge corporate web pages of the time.
This has to be the most talented bicyclist I’ve ever seen…
A new game from Valve features an innovative new weapon / tool that is essential to your survival. The demo video is quite impressive!
Some guys decide to scare their sister with a child mannequin in the dark, and she gets so frightened that she appears to revert to a fetal state. Oh dear.
I am thrilled that this excerpt made it to mainstream media. Despite his frequent salary hikes, buffoons like Ted Stevens can’t be bothered to educate himself about what he’s legislating.