Tag: Humanity

The Future of Driving

Some women like fancy handbags. Some women like cars. And I really, really love cars. (Some women can like both of these things of course, but I am not one of those women)… so let us get back to cars. MPG. MPH. BHP. RWD. 2TBO. ABS. IGN. RPM. I know what all of these things …

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We Can Move Stuff… With Lasers?!

http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-29708358 Yes! We can! This article via BBC makes me want to call out, “YEAH! Lasers!” “The researchers used a so-called hollow laser beam in a laboratory at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. The laser is bright around the edges and dark at its center,” BBC reports. Okay, so they only moved some …

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The History of Code Takeover and an Introduction

http://www.bbc.co.uk/timelines/zxsrcdm This article from the BBC gives a view of code, early computing, and how it has brought us up to today—starting from 1679! This is a perfectly fitting piece of literature, considering I will be covering Humanity and the Technology of the Future for the topical purposes of my writings with Tech Force Onsite, …

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