by Gulcin Gilbert: The Pink Skies DVD has a terrific quote by one of my favorite directors, Tony Bill, best known for producing the academy award winning film, The Sting.
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by National Geographic Society: With a smart heating and cooling system and renewable energy, the city district of Västra Hamnen (Western Harbor), in Malmö, Sweden has established itself as the first carbon-neutral neighborhood in Europe, says Malmö mayor Ilmar Reepalu.
Technique could turn any surface into a lithium-ion battery; may be combined with solar cells. Researchers at Rice University have developed a lithium-ion battery that can be painted on virtually any surface.
The sun sends enormous amounts of energy toward Earth, but why don’t coronal mass ejections cause the same type of havoc as they do for Mercury and Venus?
Futurist and inventor, Ray Kurzweil recently spoke at Gawker Media’s New York Tech Meetup. For those familiar with Kurzweil he presents a lot of his common themes and stories about exponential technology and the Singularity, additionally, he attributes “all” of his “insights and inventions” to one single habit: thinking in his dreams.
So we can all get a bit caught up in the silliness that is so much of the Internet, but eventually it comes time to get our learn on here at The Feed. And that time is now.
by Aaron Saenz: Welcome to the new and improved Singularity Hub Accelerated Tech News! With the help of an incredible production team ATN has been upgraded to HD, with state of the art graphics, and a smooth sound.
by Aaron Saenz: Monday June 18th marks the start of Singularity University’s 10 week Summer Graduate Studies Program. Based in NASA AMES in the heart of Silicon Valley, SU has become the premier institution in educating the next generation of leaders about the disruptive power of accelerating technologies.
The world of news moves fast, so you’ve got to move even faster. Welcome back to Accelerated Tech News, Singularity Hub’s rapid fire show designed to streamline our stories so you can absorb them quicker and easier.
In a talk titled “Beyond Today”, Google’s CEO Larry Page infused Zeitgeist 2012 attendees with a healthy dose of optimism and a call to make ambitious bets, be better organized and work harder to accelerate technology and improve people’s lives.