Monday, July 11, 2011

The Sift 176-180

The Sift 176: Dropbox
  • The Cheapskate's Guide to Getting Free Dropbox Space
  • BoxyTunes Turns Dropbox into a Cloud Music Player for iPhone and iPad
  • How To Add a Second Layer of Encryption to Dropbox
  • mPPP Is a Web-Based MP3 Search Engine That Slurps Music Straight to Dropbox
  • Don't have dropbox yet? Get it here.

The Sift 177: Energy, Environment and Science
  • Cellphones Could Be Killing Bees
  • MU Develop Solar “Nantennas” that Can Capture 95 Percent of Solar Energy
  • Washington State To Be Coal-Free By 2025
  • Purdue University Students Turn Ordinary Saltwater into Hydrogen Power and Drinking Water
  • Detroit DIYer cooks up stronger, lighter steel, shames scientists

The Sift 178: Food, Health, Exercise and Medicine
  • The Eating Habits of Conservatives Versus Liberals [INFOGRAPHIC]
  • Student Developing New Electric Paper That Could Tell You When Your Milk is Rotten
  • It’s Not OK to Eat that: Mold Goes Deeper than the Surface
  • Announcing RunKeeper Meetup Running Groups
  • The mystery of chronic pain

The Sift 179: Microsoft
  • What Microsoft Should Do
  • Kinect enabled head-tracking previewed in Forza 4 spotlight video, turns heads
  • Researchers hack Kinect for glasses-free 3D teleconferencing
  • First Look at Windows 8’s New Interface for Tablets and PCs
  • Microsoft releases Android developer poaching package for Windows Phone 7

The Sift 180: Social Media
  • Google +1 Button for Websites
  • 6 Reasons Why You Should Never Outsource Social Media
  • Search + Photos
  • Why You Can’t Say “Twitter” Or “Facebook” On French TV
  • Wondering where to go this afternoon? Why not plan a foursquare badge crawl

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