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Thought-controlled computers closer than we think
November 3rd, 2013

A recent breakthrough from the University of Washington showed that when technology lets the brain control a device such as a computer-controlled robotic arm, the brain is behaving in the same way as if it was commanding the relevant muscles to carry out the act in reality

Think again: reinterpreting the brain
April 1st, 2010

Much of the treatments Doidge’s book talks about involve simple repetition, actions that generate neural networks to create a new reality. Tie two fingers together for a month, he says, and when you untie them you won’t be able to move one without the other. The mind map covering their use has been re-wired to consider them co-dependent.


Apple Soundtrack
January 3rd, 2004

Of course, the expensive part of producing music is employing a musician, so the lynchpin of Soundtrack (besides being a solid sound editor in the Final Cut Pro tradition) is the disc containing 4000 music clips and sound effects.

Put your money where your mouse is
January 3rd, 2009

Countless writers have thoroughly dissected the dangers of instant gratification of everything from sexual desire to self-expression on the human condition. Siegel goes one further, asserting that our whole lives become a 24/7 economic transaction as we drift through the digital world producing and consuming.


User experience the new king
December 5th, 2012

Originally shared with 20 users, today imdb.com content has 160 million unique monthly visitors, and the various mobile apps for iOS, Android, Kindle and Windows Phone have been downloaded 40 million times. So just how does an online service like imdb.com keep growing after 20 years, since before the web even existed?

BlackBerry tries to remain relevant
January 29th, 2012

The first step was RIM’s acquisition of the QNX operating system in 2010, which it selected to drive its foray into the tablet market with 2011’s Playbook tablet, rather than the BBOS operating system that drives Blackberry handsets.






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The Hidden Brain Since the time of Freud, mind science has considered the brain a ...
March 20th, 2010

Teaching computers the meaning of words "People say the damnedest things in the damnedest ways," is how Google ...
November 3rd, 2013

Prints Charming A little forethought can make your buying choice much easier, writers Drew ...
July 21st, 2008


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