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Absolutely Delicious Tools Collection [Regularly Updated] Looking for the best delicious tools, mashups, hacks and services on the web. Delicious is a popular social bookmarks manager that lets you create and share your personal collection of links and categorize them with keyword tags. You can start by viewing the most popular bookmarks. Get started quickly by this Beginner’s Guide and learn about more quick ways of posting your bookmarks. Official delicious tools Tagometer Badge – easily display both tags and number of saves on your siteDelicious API – create your own del.icio.us tools.Delicious Blog – posts official updates about the service.Network Badges – allow you to display details about your del.icio.us network as part of your website.Del.icio.us Firefox Extension – Integrates del.icio.us into Firefox.Play Tagger – easily play mp3 files directly on your website or blog by simply including a tiny javascript.Buttons for Internet Explorer – Integrate del.icio.us right into Internet Explorer.

The Long Road to Maxwell’s Equations Should you wish to pay homage to the great physicist James Clerk Maxwell, you wouldn’t lack for locales in which to do it. There’s a memorial marker in London’s Westminster Abbey, not far from Isaac Newton’s grave. A magnificent statue was recently installed in Edinburgh, near his birthplace. Or you can pay your respects at his final resting place near Castle Douglas, in southwestern Scotland, a short distance from his beloved ancestral estate. Why we hate Complexity Natural and social systems are complex — that is, not entirely knowable, unpredictable, resistant to cause-and-effect analysis, in a word, mysterious. For our first three million years on Earth we humans, like every other species on the planet, accepted that mystery. We adapted rather than trying to change our environment. We evolved by learning to accommodate ourselves to our environment. Those unable to accommodate perished.

Greatest Horror Movies Ever Made: Part 6: Best (Italian) Giallo Films The term “giallo” initially refers to cheap yellow paperbacks, that were distributed in post-fascist Italy. For Italian audiences, the term is used to refer to any kind of thriller, regardless of where it was made. For English-speaking audiences, the term has over time come to refer to a very specific type of Italian-produced thriller that takes advantage of modern cinematic techniques to create a unique genre which unapologetically explores violence, sexual content, and taboo exploration. The giallo film genre proved to be a major influence on American slasher films but giallos remain stylistically different from American crime films. Here is my list of the best giallo films – made strictly by Italian directors; so don’t expect Black Swan, Amer or even Dressed To Kill to appear on this list.

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Understanding quantum tunnelling The recent claim from Stark Industries Lockeed Martin that a compact fusion reactor could be built soon is, if true, a breakthrough in engineering rather than basic physics. The basic physics of fusion has been known for some time, and a key element of understanding it is quantum tunnelling. Nuclei have a positive electric charge, and since like charges repel, there is an energy barrier to be overcome. Complexity: It’s Not That Simple Complexity theory has been around for a generation now, but most people don’t understand it. I often read or listen to consultants, ‘experts’ and media people who proffer ludicrously simplistic ‘solutions’ to complex predicaments. Since it seems most people would prefer things to be simple, these ‘experts’ always seem to have an uncritical audience. Because most of what’s written about complexity theory is dense, academic and/or expensive, I thought I’d try to summarize the key points of complexity theory (focusing on the social/ecological aspects of it, not the mathematical/scientific ones) using lots of examples for clarity, and in a way that might be used practically by those grappling with complex issues and challenges.

The List Thus Far – 366 Weird Movies Here is an alphabetical listing of all the movies (so far) that have been certified as among the 366 weirdest ever made, along with links to films reviewed in capsule form only. Our short film reviews have been moved to this page: Shorts. (Note that the numbers that appear beside the original entries don’t indicate any sort of rank, but refer solely to order of publication). THE LIST OF 366 (166 certified weird) 3 Women (1977) – Identities merge and personalities shift when young Pinky becomes obsessed with delusional Millie

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Rutherford's Nuclear World: The Story of the Discovery of the Nucleus   Rutherford became Cavendish Professor and director of the Cavendish Laboratory in 1919, following the footsteps of J.J. Thomson. Rutherford died in 1937, having led a first wave of discovery of the atom. In 1962, John Cockcroft (1897–1967) reflected back on the “Miraculous Year” (Annus mirabilis) of 1932 in the Cavendish Laboratory: “One month it was the neutron, another month the transmutation of the light elements; in another the creation of radiation of matter in the form of pairs of positive and negative electrons was made visible to us by Professor Blackett's cloud chamber, with its tracks curled some to the left and some to the right by powerful magnetic fields.” Rutherford reigned over the Cavendish Lab from 1919 until his death in 1937.

I used to be a big fan of Digg. Still watch Diggnation and everything, but agreed, Digg now feels comercialized and too generic. Reddit feels more "underground" and cooler to read IMO. Plus, the Rage Curator comic is funny. by ecnivm Jun 28

i wouldnt say its a better site! It has better contents, maybe. but as far as the site goes digg is better. by djmarriott Jun 28

I stopped going to Digg, I only put it on here because it was still on my bookmarks. I go to Reddit now, it is a better site. by mrperez82 Jun 28

Yes, I looked too, not at the FAQs but at the site, and yes, Plurk=tweet. I prefer actual english with complete sentences and grammar and everything. But that's me ; >! by seannab Sep 24

I looked into Plurk, according to Plurk's FAQ, it is "A really snazzy site that allows you to showcase the events that make up your life, and follow the events of the people that matter to you, in deliciously digestible short messages called plurks. " So I guess it's supposed to be another facebook/twitter. by jur Sep 24

Being the introvert that I am, I wouldn't mind finding an "anti-social" journal/blog. ; > Will look at Plurk - does it mean something - to blink and purr at the same time or something? by seannab Sep 24

I knew plurk .It's the best social Journal quite different from traditional social networks and micro blogging sites.I am using it for an year . by asshu Jun 19

Wonder whether Twitter is not going to replace Digg over the long term... Does someone here use both services? by Patrice May 11

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