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Enough time has passed since the diNovo Edge wireless keyboard debuted that perhaps it's time for a low(er) priced tribute -- a Knickerbockers to Logitech's Beatles, if you will. To that end, check out the Rapoo 2900: it sports a built-in touchpad, a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery and docking charger, and a Bluetooth / USB dongle. It's a slight little thing (check out the comparison with a full-sized keyboard after the break) and it'll cost you about $86.
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Here are 15 of the most bizarre syndromes to be documented since that time. . . 1. Capgras Delusion In the heat of an argument it’s normal to want to disown your parents or kids, but for the sufferer of Capgras delusions that feeling never goes away.
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Busyness as "a kind of existential reassurance, a hedge against emptiness" >> more On the quest for novelty: "not to visit strange lands but to possess other eyes, to see the universe through the eyes of another" >> more Didion called Franny and Zooey self-help copy: "what makes it spurious is Salinger’s tendency to flatter the essential triviality within each of his readers, his predilection for giving instructions for living." >> more "My other source of daily pleasure is—but I wish I had a better way of putting it—other people’s faces." >> more
Posted on Thursday, 23rd September 2010 by Grace Massa Langlois I’ve been a little under the weather lately (chest cold, sore throat, fever, chills, ugh!). It’s not right to be sick when the weather is so nice outside, but to make matters worse, it seems like forever since I’ve felt good enough to bake anything.
As long as we make efforts to take care of ourselves and live healthy , there is a good chance that our bodies will serve us well for a long time. Our bodies truly are amazing. You might be surprised at what your body is capable of after reading these 50 weird facts about the human body: The Brain Complex and poorly understood, the brain is what makes everything work properly. The body may be kept alive, but without the brain, a person can’t truly live .
Kyoto-based Squse has developed the so-called Robot Hand H-Type [JP], a creepily realistic (but very cool) robotic hand. The hand’s “bones” are made of polycarbonate, while the skin is silicon rubber. It weighs 340g and can lift up and move objects weighing up to 1.5kg.
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