knitwithoutfear

knitwithoutfear:

I’ve been an Ellen fan for more years than I care to admit. I was a fan BEFORE she came out. That makes me sound REALLY old. *sigh* I’m struggling to accept that. Anyway, I’ve sort of liked Amanda Seyfried. Mostly because of the Mamma Mia movie. ABBA HELLOOOOOO.

But now I learn, the lovely Miss Seyfried is an avid knitter. I think that’s just about the coolest thing ever. She’s using that same Alpaca I used recently, and think that’s totally awesome. I never thought I would have something in common with Amanda. I think I love you Amanda!

Its worth watching, not just a talk but a well supported research; reaction of hormones under situations & corresponding body language is a great definition… a big round of applause to Amy Cuddy for a such wonderful contribution & I love the tag line “Fake It Till You Become It” is a great affirmation… it certainly makes life easier, otherwise people have been going through hell lot of process plus spending lot more money seeking positive transformation. Thanks to Amy & TED!

joshbyard
joshbyard:

Internet of Things: One Trillion Sensors Connected to Net by 2020

Technologies like bionic implants will radically change the capabilities of average humans. Dexterous robots, avatars and humanoids are already starting to become a normal part of our everyday lives most notably in industrial and business settings but soon in homes and public spaces.
In a recent report by IBM it is estimated that the Hybrid Age will see the introduction of one trillion sensors connected to the Internet by 2015; sensors will be part of every technology from automobiles to fashion to eating utensils, you name it. All of this will add huge amounts of data to the world’s storage mediums.

(Full Story: IndustryTap via emergentfutures)

joshbyard:

Internet of Things: One Trillion Sensors Connected to Net by 2020

Technologies like bionic implants will radically change the capabilities of average humans. Dexterous robots, avatars and humanoids are already starting to become a normal part of our everyday lives most notably in industrial and business settings but soon in homes and public spaces.

In a recent report by IBM it is estimated that the Hybrid Age will see the introduction of one trillion sensors connected to the Internet by 2015; sensors will be part of every technology from automobiles to fashion to eating utensils, you name it. All of this will add huge amounts of data to the world’s storage mediums.

(Full Story: IndustryTap via emergentfutures)