Showing posts with label happy new year. Show all posts
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Sunday, January 01, 2023

Happy New Year 2023

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Three tech trends on the verge of a breakthrough in 2023

This Startup Is Producing the World’s First Carbon-Negative Concrete Transportation and electricity production are the top two culprits when it comes to emitting CO2 (but also two of the most necessary tools for our day-to-day lives). Third on the list and an equally complex beast is industry, and a big part of industry is concrete. .......... It’s been said that concrete is the most widely-used substance on Earth after water. ........... The manufacture of cement, concrete’s key ingredient, accounts for a whopping eight percent of the world’s emissions.

From Wild to Weird: The Top 5 Biotech Trends of 2022 In a first, a paralyzed man simultaneously operated two robotic arms with his mind, allowing him to feed himself for the first time in years. (And it was cake!) Implants helped a man with locked-in syndrome—with a sharp mind but paralyzed body—translate his thoughts into sentences, opening a gateway to finally communicate with his loved ones. Memory prosthetics—a blue-sky idea to boost memory with an implant—scored their first success in people. A spinal cord stimulator, based on a new algorithm that mimics the natural electrical pulses the brain uses to control lower body movement, helped completely paralyzed people stand and walk with assistance in just one day. Within a few months, they cruised city streets on Segway-like wheels, swam, and kayaked, using an off-the-shelf tablet to control their movements.

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Sunday, January 01, 2012

Happy New Year (2)

Nowhere near Times Square, but you get the point. :-) Happy New Year! 2012 is going to be prosperous!
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I can't see the ball. Damnit. :-;
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Central Park rabid fireworks.
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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy New Year

Via Deborah Lilly Weddington

My idea of New Year was to go for a long walk in Queens. And soon I am headed to Times Square. After midnight I might be headed to a party in the East Village.

Happy New Year everyone! It is going to be exciting.