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Here's my answer to the #Bengals Twitter Question of the Day, assessing the prospects of Sam Montgomery. I'd say better than 50 percent chance he makes it to training camp. Outside of showing up to the offseason program out of shape and smoking marijuana in the training room during meetings, it would be pretty hard for Montgomery to not get a chance to show what he can do on the field in the preseason. Although, players with these types of red flags have been sent packing before a game is played. (See Harvey, Derrick). Montgomery needs to make the coaches believe the problems which plummeted him down draft boards in 2013 and got him kicked off the Texans before the midway point of his rookie year are in the past.

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Klout – Measure Your Twitter Influence - Reviews by AppVita Klout is an application that will measure your Twitter influence by looking at how many followers you have, who those followers are, and how many people are retweeting your posts. In addition to giving each Twitter users a “Klout Score” of 0 to 100, Klout also offers interactive graphs that show who you’re influencing and who is most likely influencing you. For individuals and businesses, this information can be used to develop more targeted tweets that will help you gain followers and become more influential within the Twitter universe. Type your Twitter username into Klout to get started. You’ll be presented with a page that shows your Klout Score and an Influence Matrix that describes your tweeting style, along with a Content Analysis that offers insight into which topics you tweet about most frequently.

Complex Body Parts Could Soon Be Lab-Grown Within a generation, there may be no limit to the kinds of organs and body parts that can be created from scratch. Various groups of scientists have recently created thyroid cells in the lab, grown a new ear in the skin a woman's own arm, and won a Nobel Prize for figuring out how to reprogram cells so that they can turn into a variety of cell types. In the future, there may be no limit to the kinds of organs and body parts that can be created from scratch. One hope is to make donor organs obsolete, or at least far less necessary, eliminating long waiting lists for transplants. By using a patient's own cells, the new wave of regenerative medicine also circumvents ethical arguments and reduces the chance that recipients will reject their new parts.

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Solar Power Morphs Into Cones and More All of a sudden everyone seems to be getting funky with the solar cells. From glass for balconies to spinning cells shaped like ice cream cones, solar power is looking slicker and holding more promise than ever. An LA-based company called V3Solar just made a splash with designs for sapphire blue "Spin Cells" that it says can produce 20 times more electricity than traditional flat, static photovoltaic panels. ShellExView - Shell Extension Manager For Windows Related Utilities WhatIsHang - Get information about Windows software that stopped responding (hang) RegDllView - View registered dll/ocx/exe files on your system. ShellMenuView - Disable/enable static context menu items of Explorer. See Also

Navy shows off supersonic railgun, fires test shots It can blast rounds at 5,600 mph, nail targets located over 100 miles away and may be aboard battleships within the next decade. It's called the electromagnetic railgun. And last week, naval researchers moved a step closer to delivering a battle-ready weapon as engineers successfully fired a prototype launcher at a test facility. The initial test kicked off a two-month long evaluation of the 32-megajoule test model, which arrived on Jan. 30. Built by military contractor BAE Systems, the prototype looks more like a working naval weapon compared to previous experimental lab-style launchers. General Atomics, another contractor, is also building a second launcher, scheduled for delivery in April.

Keep tabs on ReadyBoost with Windows 7's Performance Monitor To see ReadyBoost in action, you're going to have to keep tabs on it with Windows 7's Performance Monitor. Greg Shultz shows you how to do just that. In my last blog post, "Take a Closer Look at ReadyBoost Features in Windows 7," I showed you how to set up ReadyBoost and explained how it works. Leaked document outlines Russia's space exploration plans until 2030 While NASA scrapes together money to get to Mars, and China slowly ramps up its space program, another spacefaring nation, Russia, has quietly been ferrying astronauts and cosmonauts to the International Space Station. But now it seems the Kremlin wants to be more than a low-orbit taxi. A leaked document from the Russian space agency Roscosmos outlines the nation's ambitious space exploration strategy until 2030.

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