Golden tortoise beetle – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – StumbleUpon. I don’t think many insects are beautiful but this one looks nice. What do you think?
Folding@home – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I have really gotten back into the distributed computing projects. In addition to Malaria research, I have also installed Folding@home and WorldCommunitygrid. This is helpful because having more than one project means that your computer is always working on a project.
For example, this morning the wireless connection to the computer stopped so that paused one of the projects since it wouldn’t continue without a network connection. However the BOINC client automatically started the other project that was already downloaded. So the computer is working all the time when I am not using it. It is a good feeling knowing that your computer is doing something pro-social and helping others.
GCompris – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – StumbleUpon. This looks like a great tool to help kids learn lots of skills. It is free, but if you pay money for it, you get even more features.
Just with your fingertips, you can whip out some awesome beats!
Try it out here.
A mind-controlled car? Is this even possible? Find out here.