In the May 2003 issue of Discover, an article titled Anything Into Oil drew a phenomenal reader response. The process describedtransforming turkey guts, old tires, used plastic bottles, and municipal sewage into fuel oilstruck some readers as more like alchemy than chemistry and struck others as the answer to energy shortages, not to mention the solution to some of Americas worst waste problems. Read more...
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StumbleUpon is a spyware-free browser tool that allows your to "stumble" the internet for different sites within your realm of interest with the click of a button. You have to oppurtunity to set up profiles to reflect the site categories you would like to view. You can choose from many different categories, such as movies, photography, pets and religion. As you stumble, you can rate the sites you view "I like it" or "Not for me", improving the accuracy of future stumbles. You can send the sites you like via email to friends and family, or write a site review for others to see. I highly recommend StumbleUpon for finding web content without spending a lot of time searching.Apr 17,
And he drives a station wagon with over $250,000.00 worth of network equipment. You need to check out this aricle. It has several photos of the car and it's equipment. The guy that drives it logs over 3,000 miles a month driveing around testing their network. An audio file is linked at the bottom of the article that has a few minute sample of the audio Verizon tests with. It's bizarre! Read more about it hereApr 07,
Congratulations to all that participated in our first NCAA Tournament Pool. Mark Woodard of Naylor is our first place winner and will be receiving four St. Louis Cardinals baseball tickets. He is going to have a great view. Everyone else included in the list below will be receiving a $5.00 credit on their account because they beat the CEO. If the user name you used for the pool is listed below please notify firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know who you are. mwoodard firebird smungle sargern rosiered sstroup spigg justin_p_13 Mandry1 aeggers march21000 northcarolinababy tlndad whizman WILDCATS804 stewnunn jsgraham kvnintel courtneyboone 1baddude joepro AngelaWood williamsmc ronpat RICK RAULS ulrichvikingApr 06,
"For the first time ever, those who have been blind since birth will have a chance to see the world. It's still in the early stages, but this is a giant leap forward in medical science." From the linked BBC article: "U.S scientists have designed a bionic eye to allow blind people to see again. It comprises a computer chip that sits in the back of the individual's eye, linked up to a mini video camera built into glasses that they wear. Images captured by the camera are beamed to the chip, which translates them into impulses that the brain can interpret." The BBC has more...Apr 06,