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Sonnet T-4660 Water Resistant Suction Cup Atomic Clock by Ken-TechVIEW DETAILS

Sonnet T-4660 Water Resistant Suction Cup Atomic Clock by Ken-Tech

Radio controlled atomic LCD bathroom clock with suction cup. Displays day month and time with split second accuracy...

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Ken-Tech LCD ALARM CLOCK T-4438VIEW DETAILS

Ken-Tech LCD ALARM CLOCK T-4438

Atomic LCD alarm clock with month, day of the week, and temperature and 3 super bright LED flashlight. Blue back...

Ken-tech Atomic Radio Controlled Alarm Clock Jumbo 2 Inch Time LCD Digits with Date and Temperature (1)

Handsome 2' time number atomic LCD wall/desk clock with alarm, temperature, date and day of the week. Automatically...

Ken-Tech T-4652 Atomic Radio Controlled LCD A larm Clock, 1.5-Inch, Black Blue Light

ATOMIC DESK/BEDROOM ALARM CLOCK-1.5" TIME NUMBER, BACK BLUE LIGHT Atomic desk alarm clock with large 1.5" time...

Atomic Desk/bedroom Alarm Clock Black-1.5” Time Number, Back White LightVIEW DETAILS

Atomic Desk/bedroom Alarm Clock Black-1.5” Time Number, Back White Light

ATOMIC DESK/BEDROOM ALARM CLOCK black color-1.5" TIME NUMBER, BACK WHITE LIGHT Atomic desk alarm clock with large...

Atomic LCD Radio Controlled Wall Clock T-4668VIEW DETAILS

Atomic LCD Radio Controlled Wall Clock T-4668

This atomic wall clock by Sonnet Ken-Tech has a highly visible 2 high LCD number clock in a sleek silver colored...

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Atomic Radio Controlled LCD Alarm ClockVIEW DETAILS

Atomic Radio Controlled LCD Alarm Clock

Have you ever accidentally reset the clock time or unplugged your clock only to have to reset the time? If you have,...

Cyberguys Ken-Tech Home Office School Decorative Large Digital Atomic Alarm ClockVIEW DETAILS

Cyberguys Ken-Tech Home Office School Decorative Large Digital Atomic Alarm Clock

Large Digital Atomic Clock with a large-sized numbers, built-in alarm clock and atomic precision, this elegant...

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Software Glitch Pauses LightSail Test Mission

In addition to figuring out how LightSail behaves in space, we're also refining our procedures for getting information out to the public—including the radio community. Because the team has been busy with actual spacecraft operations, I've been trying ...

www.planetary.org May 26, 2015

U2 Play Old Hits, Share Stories at Thrilling 500-Capacity Roxy Gig

Their Innocence + Experience tour is high-tech and high-concept, but here they seemed excited to deliver a straight-ahead rock show of passion and drive with a set list that included four songs from their 1980 debut, Boy. Even the band's first L.A ...

www.rollingstone.com May 29, 2015

How tech is rewiring your brain

You can't remember phone numbers any more, your body clock is shot and your hippocampus – the part of the brain that controls your sense of direction – is shrinking. . In addition to examining the effects of radio waves, the SCAMP study will also ...

www.alphr.com June 5, 2015

3-pointer: What we learned from Cavaliers-Bulls Game 4

After going up 57-55 with a couple of free throws by Mozgov, the Cavs spent the next 7:12 failing to make a shot (also going 0-of-13) and allowing the Bulls to take control of the game with a 13-0 run to grab a 68-57 lead. It looked like with the way ...

www.cbssports.com May 10, 2015

Mariota humble as usual, leaves for Tennessee tonight

And a few minutes later, Mariota's phone rang. He said the connection dropped, but eventually he spoke with Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt. "Just talking about the future," said Mariota, who was to leave Honolulu on Thursday night on a red-eye flight ...

www.staradvertiser.com April 30, 2015

NCAA committee calls for switch to 30-second shot clock

A team will no longer receive a new 10 seconds following a defensive deflection out of bounds, a held ball with no change in team control or a technical foul assessed to the defensive team. "That will be great," Walz said. "You play really great ...

www.detroitnews.com May 15, 2015

How Wisdom Might Emerge From the Amtrak Tragedy

The accident on a curve in North Philadelphia looks more and more like a case of madness or dysfunction on the part of the engineer, a problem in all modes of transport that technology is ripe to solve (except in bicycling, where operator insanity is ...

www.wsj.com May 15, 2015

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Software Glitch Pauses LightSail Test Mission - The Planetary Society (blog)

Topics: mission status , LightSail . The Planetary Society’s LightSail test mission is paused while engineers wait out a suspected software glitch that has silenced the solar sailing spacecraft. Following a successful start to the mission last Wednesday , LightSail spent more than two days sending about 140 data packets back to Earth. But the long Memorial Day weekend here in the United States offered no respite for the LightSail team, as they scrambled to figure out why the spacecraft's automated telemetry chirps suddenly fell silent. It is now believed that a vulnerability in the software controlling the main avionics board halted spacecraft operations, leaving a reboot as the only remedy to continue the mission. As of late Friday afternoon, LightSail was continuing to operate normally. The spacecraft’s ground stations at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and Georgia Tech were receiving data on each pass. But inside the spacecraft's Linux-based flight software, a problem was brewing. Every 15 seconds, LightSail transmits a telemetry beacon packet. The software controlling the main system board writes corresponding information to a file called beacon.

U2 Play Old Hits, Share Stories at Thrilling 500-Capacity Roxy Gig - RollingStone.com

Their Innocence + Experience tour is high-tech and high-concept , but here they seemed excited to deliver a straight-ahead rock show of passion and drive with a set list that included four songs from their 1980 debut, Boy. Even the band's first L. A. show in 1981 was at the old Country Club in suburban Reseda – a venue with about twice the capacity of the Roxy. Things kicked off with the post-punk swirl of "The Ocean" before the Edge's slicing guitar signaled the transition to "11 O'Clock Tick Tock. " The group played another cut from its debut album, "The Electric Co. ," and here Bono kneeled while the Edge, bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Larry Mullen Jr. stretched out on a fitful instrumental break. Midway into the song, Bono introduced the three musicians he's played with since they were Dublin teenagers, giving Clayton a long hug. " he then asked the crowd, singing of fools and regrets via the melancholy lyrics of Stephen Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns," which the band has quoted within "The Electric Co. " since that first U. S. tour. The military beat of "Sunday Bloody Sunday" followed as Bono sang for his fellow Irishman on a stage lit up in deep red.

How tech is rewiring your brain - Alphr

Bad news: all that technology we’ve been urging you to buy for the past 20 years, it’s making you dumber. You can’t remember phone numbers any more, your body clock is shot and your hippocampus – the part of the brain that controls your sense of direction – is shrinking. You’re almost certainly skim-reading this article, especially if you’re reading it online, and the chances of you making it all the way to the end are negligible. Relax: you’re not even carrying your phone. It doesn’t have to be. . Soon, you won’t even need to know how to drive: your Google car will get you home without you even having to put your hands on the wheel. In 20 years’ time, you’ll be able to connect your brain directly to the cloud and access all of the knowledge on the internet on demand. Technology has already rewired your brain. now you’re going to need to wire your brain to technology. Brain damage The debilitating impact of the internet, and modern technology in general, has been a growing concern for some years. In 2008, the writer Nicholas Carr wrote a seminal essay for The Atlantic asking “Is Google making us stupid. “Over the past few years I’ve had an uncomfortable sense that someone, or something, has been tinkering with my brain, remapping the neural circuitry, reprogramming the memory,” Carr wrote.

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REVIEW: Braun Global Radio Controlled Alarm Clock (BNC009)

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REVIEW: Braun Global Radio Controlled Alarm Clock (BNC009)

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The Singularity Is Near

Penguin.2005.ISBN: 1101218886,9781101218884.672 pages.

For over three decades, Ray Kurzweil has been one of the most respected and...