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A couple of items from the moblogging phenom

Wired News: Phoning in Photos for Posterity New Yorkers used phone cameras to record the, uh, historic power outage and posted images of the “event” to photo blogs as it happened. And, get this, movie studios are blaming quick fall-off of ticket sales of summer movies on texting by young audience members who are sending bum reviews to friends, sometimes ...

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Blogs

Here is an article from PC Magazine about blogging becoming a more mainstream form of communications. Also, in the same issue, it was announced that AOL 9.0 will be offering it’s version of Blogs for members–AOL Journals. http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,1217255,00.asp

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Look out, Silicon Valley

8-17, State: Is biotechnology corridor in making near Houston? Houston, TX, is developing a potential “biotechnology corridor” drawing in life science companies using U Texas Health Science and NASA as foundation blocks. This follows a trend to see the future as requiring expertise in life science, not just electronics. Even in Silicon Valley a similar transformation is taking place. The ...

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Keeping an eye on the competition

Daily Yomiuri On-Line A Japanese ministry is now charged with gathering data about science going on in other countries. In this world–and I mean that literally–of intense competition in science and for the fruits of technology, formation of strategy based on intelligence about what others are up to makes a lot of sense. Nobody in either already industrialized countries or ...

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