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President Obama on Steve Jobs: "The World Has Lost a Visionary" President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have reacted to the passing of Steve Jobs, stating that he was "among the greatest of American innovators.

President Obama on Steve Jobs: "The World Has Lost a Visionary"

" In a statement posted on the White House blog, Obama says that Jobs "made the information revolution not only accessible, but intuitive and fun. " He praises Jobs for his ingenuity and for changing "the way each of us sees the world. " "The world has lost a visionary," Obama said. "And there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented. " Karlybader. Toy Story 3: Inception Mashup (funny) via @applegirl. Start. Mind Adapters, Not Mind Converters. You’ve just gotten off a flight, a solid 12 hours, 8000 miles and three iffy in-flight meals from your port of departure.

Mind Adapters, Not Mind Converters

You’re tired, you sore, you’re cranky. You’re also out of juice. You tried to spend some of the flight working on your laptop, and spent the rest engrossed in an marathon session of Angry Birds on your phone. You roll your luggage and what’s left of your dignity to a row of chairs in the airport, scanning the wall for an outlet. Really? The Claim: Yawning Cools the Brain. Christoph Niemann The medical literature is rife with explanations for yawning, but one has gained substantial ground in recent years: This mysterious habit may help regulate brain temperature.

Really? The Claim: Yawning Cools the Brain

The brain operates best within a narrow range of temperatures, and like a car engine, it sometimes needs a way to cool down. To lower the brain’s thermostat, researchers say, the body takes in cooler air from its surroundings — prompting deep inhalation. Yawning is contagious. Simply watching someone do it is enough to induce the behavior. Parisian Love. Is this the future of Facebook business pages?: The Social Path. Recently, Facebook debuted a new "Timeline" approach to user profiles, which many early adopters have already started using for fun and experimentation.

Is this the future of Facebook business pages?: The Social Path

But here's the real question: If the timeline format kicks in for all users, will business pages be far behind? If the past is any indication, Facebook is fond of uniformity.