Monday, October 24, 2011

The Sift 291-295

The Sift 291: Health
  • Shapeways serves up prêt-à-imprimer 3D bones, Lagerfeld stands by for full skeletal replacement
  • Scientists Discover Passive Virus Can Destroy Breast Cancer Cells
  • Exercise Like a Convict for an Equipment-Free Workout
  • Set Alarms Throughout the Day to Remind You to Drink Water
  • New Study Links In Utero BPA Exposure To Breast Cancer

The Sift 292: Entertainment and Media
  • Netflix Drops Qwikster, DVDs and Streaming Will Stay Together
  • Ditching DRM could reduce piracy, prices, inconvenience
  • Comcast testing pay-per-package, still afraid of a-la-carte
  • Apple Could Put Movies in the Cloud by the End of 2011
  • Netflix Is Getting The CW’s Programming

The Sift 293: Google
  • Google loads up on IP again, buys 1,000 more patents from IBM
  • Blogger's Slideshow Feature
  • Google Earth Has Been Downloaded 1 Billion Times
  • Google Acquisition Rumor Debunk Can’t Keep Akamai Stock Down
  • Google Maps Adds 3D Graphics, Lets You Zoom Into Street View

The Sift 294: Energy, Environment and Science
  • Sloan’s Innovative AQUS Grey Water Toilet System Recycles Your Sink Water
  • Google Invests in the Power of Pig Poop
  • New Mexico's science ghost town
  • Scientists Design a Fake Volcano for Climate Change Experiment
  • Mike Biddle: We Can Recycle Plastic

The Sift 295: Apple
  • California Declares Oct. 16 as Steve Jobs Day
  • iPhone 4S: 4 Reasons to Upgrade
  • New iPhone Blues: Why Apple’s CEO Doesn’t Care What You Hoped to See
  • Unanswered Steve Jobs questions
  • Apple’s iCloud: Fine on Mobile, Dead on the Desktop

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