Category Archives: Short Attention Span Blogging

Top Ten Tweets; October 7, 2010

…where Stephen chooses ten of his recent tweets and writes further. Drudge Report: HUMAN WASTE USED TO POWER HOMES?… For the first time a sewage treatment plant will start producing “biomethane” that will be placed into the gas grid in England. Energy experts believe that 15 per cent of all gas consumed could come from […]

Top Ten Tweets: October 4, 2010

…where Stephen chooses ten of his recent tweets and writes further. billprady: The “Shelbot” was supplied by the good people at Willow Garage and was a working, practical device. And it was used to great comedic effect in the same Big Bang Theory episode where “The Singularity Goes Prime Time.” I loved how a hilariously […]

Short Attention Span Blogging

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo Personalized Life Extension Conference, October 9-10 #future http://bit.ly/9eRLTc Skype Killer? Google had one million Gmail calls on first day http://bit.ly/bICkjs Sydell Here’s my take on Google’s new gmail phone service. […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Monday, August 23, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo George Dvorsky: Scientists successfully use human stem cells to treat Parkinson’s in rodents. Researchers have successfully used human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to treat rodents afflicted with Parkinson’s Disease […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Thursday, August 12, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo Michael Annisimov points us to two essential Nick Bostrom essays: “When Machines Outsmart Humans” and “Taking Intelligent Machines Seriously.” Artificial intelligence is a possibility that should not be ignored in […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Wednesday, August 4, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo Incredible 1930s motorcycle that could have inspired Tron’s light cycles. An interview with Aubrey de Grey: “We don’t have to get sick as we get older” Favorite makers at Maker […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Sunday, August 1, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo Music to read by. The “Tron: Legacy” score! Daft Punk – Tron Soundtrack (Sampler) by Some Kind of Awesome Thomas Hoover’s 1992 novel “Project Cyclops” now available for free download […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Thursday, July 29, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo “Live in the moment, but take the long view.” – overheard by Tobias Buckell Army’s HULC Exoskeleton To Test at End of 2010, Hints at Industrial/Medical Uses Based on this […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Saturday, July 24, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo Check out “This Week in the Future, July 19-23, 2010″ They’re pointing to stories on: Fighting Drugs With Drugs: An Obscure Hallucinogen Gains Legitimacy as a Solution for Addictions Quantum […]

Short Attention Span Blogging; Wednesday, July 20, 2010

…where science, futurism, and anything else Stephen finds interesting are thrown together in an informational stew for your consumption. Enjoy! Follow Stephen on Twitter: @stephentgo “The most important question we must ask ourselves is, ‘Are we being good ancestors?’” – Jonas Salk A US DOE Roadmap for Nuclear Energy and Uranium Through 2100. Through 2100? […]