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It’s been a while since I’ve sung the praises of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s HiRISE camera, which takes incredibly hi-res images of the surface of Mars. Thanks to the HiRISE Twitter feed, I found this incredible picture: Can I get a Holy Haleakala! from the congregation? Wow. The artwork of the Martian landscape | Bad Astronomy | Discover
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Innovation: How your search queries can predict the future - tec Innovation is our new column that highlights the latest emerging technological ideas and where they may lead. Real-time web search – which scours only the latest updates to services like Twitter – is currently generating quite a buzz because it can provide a glimpse of what people around the world are thinking or doing at any given moment. Interest in this kind of search is so great that, according to recent leaks, Google is considering buying Twitter. The latest research from the internet search giant, though, suggests that real-time results could be even more powerful – they may reveal the future as well as the present. Google researchers Hyunyoung Choi and Hal Varian combined data from Google Trends on the popularity of different search terms with models used by economists to predict trends in areas such as travel and home sales. The result?
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Incredible VISTA of the cosmos | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazi Astronomers with the European Southern Observatory have just revealed the first images from their new telescope called VISTA: the Visible and Infrared Survey Telescope for Astronomy. If ever there was an appropriate name for a ‘scope, that’s it. Why? Here’s why: Oh baby.
Dec. 10, 1944: Web Visionary Passes Into Obscurity | This Day In 1944: His dream of a global interlinked “web” of documents lying in ruins, information-science pioneer Paul Otlet dies. The Belgian bibliographer’s grand scheme to organize the world’s information made him the aspiring Google of his day, but his sprawling card catalog and decimal classification system proved woefully inadequate to the task. Some historians see in Otlet’s work a prototype of the World Wide Web and the hyperlink.
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