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Comic 1185: “Magical Grrl Potential Future Visualization…

Comic 1185: “Magical Grrl Potential Future Visualization Attack!”, Chapter 10, Number 36, February 4th, 2009

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ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrapup

Alas, poor Latitude, we barely knew ye.
(Yes, I’m aware I might have inadvertently mashed-up my references. ^_^)

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In this edition of the Weekly Wrapup, our newsletter summarising the top stories of the week, we continue our series on recommendation technologies with a special RWW Live podcast and a review of Baynote; we analyze a new Google product called Latitude, which could change the way you network on mobile phones; we describe how a Facebook “Sentiment Engine” could be huge; we look at the rise of the “goverati” in the new web-enabled U.S. government; and more. Also check out the highlights from our Enterprise Channel and Jobwire, ReadWriteWeb’s new product which tracks hires in tech and new media.readwriteweb, ReadWriteWeb, Feb 2009

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"Sandwich! I trusted you!"

ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrapup

Wow. Time sure does fly, don’t it? ^_^

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I found this fascinating quote today:

In this edition of the Weekly Wrapup, our newsletter summarising the top stories of the week, we look at the latest social networking statistics showing that Facebook has overtaken MySpace, review a product that’s had great success using OpenID, continue our series on recommendation engines, check out the new version of Amazon‘s Kindlee-book reader, review 4 innovative location-based apps, and more. Also check out the highlights from our Enterprise Channel and Jobwire, ReadWriteWeb’s new product which tracks hires in tech and new media.readwriteweb, ReadWriteWeb, Feb 2009

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From PRNewswire: NASA’s Kepler Mission to Seek Other Earths

Offhand, I’d say it did quite well. ^_^

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NASA’s Kepler Mission to Seek Other Earths:

“Kepler is scheduled to blast into space from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., aboard a Delta II rocket on March 5 at 10:48 p.m. EST. It is the first mission with the ability to find planets like Earth — rocky planets that orbit sun-like stars in a warm zone where liquid water could be maintained on the surface. Liquid water is believed to be essential for the formation of life.

‘Kepler is a critical component in NASA’s broader efforts to ultimately find and study planets where Earth-like conditions may be present,’ said Jon Morse, the Astrophysics Division director at NASA Headquarters in Washington. ‘The planetary census Kepler takes will be very important for understanding the frequency of Earth-size planets in our galaxy and planning future missions that directly detect and characterize such worlds around nearby stars.’

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