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In The Future, Your Clothes Will Be A Power Plant BY ANITA HAMILTON, fastcoexist.com
Never run out of batteries again. With this new tech called TEGWear, your body is the battery.
It’s no science-fiction fan­ta­sy. With wear­able gad­gets like Google’s Project Glass on the hori­zon, all that’s miss­ing is an ultra­portable power…

In The Future, Your Clothes Will Be A Power Plant
BY ANITA HAMILTON, fastcoexist.com

Never run out of batteries again. With this new tech called TEGWear, your body is the battery.

It’s no science-fiction fan­ta­sy. With wear­able gad­gets like Google’s Project Glass on the hori­zon, all that’s miss­ing is an ultra­portable power…

(Source: futuramb)

npostlife:

Ringing in the Mayan new year on Dec. 21 without the doomsday nonsenseWill the world end in 2012? If you don’t think so & find yourself among Mayan ruins in Mexico or in Belize here are some ways to celebrate. And if you’re just at home, a few ideas, too[Photo by Luis Perez/AFP/Getty Images]

npostlife:

Ringing in the Mayan new year on Dec. 21 without the doomsday nonsense
Will the world end in 2012? If you don’t think so & find yourself among Mayan ruins in Mexico or in Belize here are some ways to celebrate. And if you’re just at home, a few ideas, too
[Photo by Luis Perez/AFP/Getty Images]

(via nationalpost)

BuzzFeed: Statement of Mayors Against Illegal Guns on Newtown, Connecticut Shooting

nycgov:

“With all the carnage from gun violence in our country, it’s still almost impossible to believe that a mass shooting in a kindergarten class could happen. It has come to that. Not even kindergarteners learning their A,B,Cs are safe. We heard after Columbine that it was too soon to…

(via parislemon)

breakingnews:

Government: Philippine death toll rises to 902 after Typhoon Bopha
NBC News: Typhoon Bopha killed more than 900 people and left almost 80,000 others homeless in the Philippines, the government said Thursday. Hundreds remain unaccounted for. 
Bopha hit the main southern island of Mindanao on Dec. 3.

“I am saddened and bothered by the devastation brought about by Typhoon Pablo,” President Benigno Aquino III said, using the name the storm was given locally. “But it is in situations like this that our strength as a nation is measured. We will rise as one nation again.”

Photo: Residents rest under an uprooted tree used as shelter Thursday, Dec. 13, in New Bataan in Compostela province. (Ted Aljibe / AFP - Getty Images)

breakingnews:

Government: Philippine death toll rises to 902 after Typhoon Bopha

NBC News: Typhoon Bopha killed more than 900 people and left almost 80,000 others homeless in the Philippines, the government said Thursday. Hundreds remain unaccounted for. 

Bopha hit the main southern island of Mindanao on Dec. 3.

“I am saddened and bothered by the devastation brought about by Typhoon Pablo,” President Benigno Aquino III said, using the name the storm was given locally. “But it is in situations like this that our strength as a nation is measured. We will rise as one nation again.”

Photo: Residents rest under an uprooted tree used as shelter Thursday, Dec. 13, in New Bataan in Compostela province. (Ted Aljibe / AFP - Getty Images)

We ask why there is violence in our schools, but we’ve systematically removed God from our schools.
–Mike Huckabee, discussing today’s shooting in Connecticut. (via officialssay)

Good morning little monkey!

thedailyfeed:

Fact: This is the world’s cutest monkey.

(via thedailyfeed)

Google settles copyright dispute with Belgium newspapers

infoneer-pulse:

Google has settled a long-running dispute with Belgium newspaper publishers that accused the search giant of copyright infringement over its practice of linking to French- and German-language Belgian newspapers.

The group, Copiepresse, sued Google in 2006, alleging that the search giant’s use of headlines and snippets of Belgian newspaper articles in its Google News aggregation service, and its practice of providing links to cached copies of the articles in its main Web search results, violated copyright. A Belgian court sided with Copiepresse last September, ordering Google to remove the links.

Google complied with the order, but the two parties engaged in talks that finally brought back the papers’ search results, sans cached content. After the organizations came to that agreement, the case continued on in Belgian appeals court. After the appeals court in May 2011 upheld Copiepresse’s victory, Google removed the content to be in compliance.

» via CNET

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