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Still More Inspiration and Meta Sites, Because They're Out There
 
#26
The most frightening part of that ad campaign is the realization that they can now use practically 100% of the interior surface area of commuter trains for advertising now. Excepting, of course, that obscured by the people inside.
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"You know how parents tell you everything's going to fine, but you know they're lying to make you feel better? Everything's going to be fine." - The Doctor
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#27
Bionic Limbs and/or Telepresence -> http://news.cnet.com/8301...ic-hand-with-virtu-limb/
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#28
Quote:In yet another case of "those inscrutable Japanese," I present a feature of mass transit on Coruscant.

and following some of the related links:

http://www.reghardware.com/2011/08/19/s ... inoculars/
Hear that thunder rolling till it seems to split the sky?
That's every ship in Grayson's Navy taking up the cry-

NO QUARTER!!!
-- "No Quarter", by Echo's Children
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#29
Hmmm... Mars...

http://plus.google.com/p...bums/5639844514507216177
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#30
Sweet lightning!:

http://gizmodo.com/584424...-with-electronic-implant

*Looks nervously at the Shadowrunning story.
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#31
This is not inspirational at all. It's meta. It's so very, very meta - the post is the content.
[img]http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=8&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fenspace.net%2Findex.php5%3Ftitle%3DMain_Page]
(Created at http://qrcode.kaywa.com/)
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Rob Kelk
"Governments have no right to question the loyalty of those who oppose
them. Adversaries remain citizens of the same state, common subjects of
the same sovereign, servants of the same law."

- Michael Ignatieff, addressing Stanford University in 2012
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#32
You could at least have made it recursive... Wink
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#33
*Sigh* I completely dont get it...
Hear that thunder rolling till it seems to split the sky?
That's every ship in Grayson's Navy taking up the cry-

NO QUARTER!!!
-- "No Quarter", by Echo's Children
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#34
Star Ranger4 Wrote:*Sigh* I completely dont get it...
Use the force Luke, use the force...
(as an alternative, look hard at the URL of the image Wink )
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#35
I did, but for some reason I'm too 'dane this AM to make the cognative leap.
Hear that thunder rolling till it seems to split the sky?
That's every ship in Grayson's Navy taking up the cry-

NO QUARTER!!!
-- "No Quarter", by Echo's Children
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#36
It's the QR Code for Fenspace.net, or perhaps the url for the image of the qrcode on fenspace.net....
''We don't just borrow words; on occasion, English has pursued other languages down alleyways to beat
them unconscious and rifle their pockets for new vocabulary.''

-- James Nicoll
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#37
Star Ranger4 Wrote:I did, but for some reason I'm too 'dane this AM to make the cognative leap.

http : // qrcode . kaywa . com/img.php?s=8&d= http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fenspace.net%2Findex.php5%3Ftitle%3DMain_Page

Look at it... especially the part behind the "?" ^^
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#38
I thought it might be handy for printing out and leaving around conventions...
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Rob Kelk
"Governments have no right to question the loyalty of those who oppose
them. Adversaries remain citizens of the same state, common subjects of
the same sovereign, servants of the same law."

- Michael Ignatieff, addressing Stanford University in 2012
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#39
http://www.extremetech.co...t-mekas-anime-robot-girl
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#40
Wheels are for wimps!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p ... lmtbLu5nxw
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#41
Gotta love the squirrel-girls...

http://www.collectedcurio.../sequentialart.php?s=726
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Rob Kelk
"Governments have no right to question the loyalty of those who oppose
them. Adversaries remain citizens of the same state, common subjects of
the same sovereign, servants of the same law."

- Michael Ignatieff, addressing Stanford University in 2012
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#42
On the FenWiki, Mal Fnord Wrote:Yomi swears that she didn't see the cow when she started her practice bombing run.
Wrong excuse, T-Bone... Try http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/st ... -cows.html]this one instead.
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Rob Kelk
"Governments have no right to question the loyalty of those who oppose
them. Adversaries remain citizens of the same state, common subjects of
the same sovereign, servants of the same law."

- Michael Ignatieff, addressing Stanford University in 2012
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#43
http://www.dailygalaxy.co...ystemthree-planets-.html
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#44
NASA tractorbeams!
And the European Super Laser!
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#45
Warringer Wrote:And the European Super Laser!
If those are bomb-pumped lasers, I don't want them anywhere near Stellvia... lest we duplicate episode 26 of the source material.
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Rob Kelk
"Governments have no right to question the loyalty of those who oppose
them. Adversaries remain citizens of the same state, common subjects of
the same sovereign, servants of the same law."

- Michael Ignatieff, addressing Stanford University in 2012
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#46
Not bomb powered. Capacitor powered. Ten beams that combine into a single large beam.
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#47
Play imperial march.mp3
Hear that thunder rolling till it seems to split the sky?
That's every ship in Grayson's Navy taking up the cry-

NO QUARTER!!!
-- "No Quarter", by Echo's Children
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#48
How would they manage that? I mean, the only two ways to bend light (and thus the only way to merge beams) are refraction and gravitational lensing. Refraction reduces the light's frequency, introducing issues of ensuring every beam is the same wavelength. Gravitational lensing requires planet-sized masses at the very least, and to merge beams with it would require several precisely arranged. Both methods have timing issues: how do you make sure each beam is precisely in step to avoid interference? I can't help but think that it would be far easier to just build a single ginormous laser.

*A few moments later*: Having read the article, I can't help but think they're actually going to focus ten very powerful lasers on the same point, and this whole "super laser" thing is a PR deal. It should achieve the same result. (Which in my poorly-informed opinion won't be anything spectacular. Pair production from photon-photon annihilation isn't anything new, and reading through the enthusiasm, that's exactly what they're trying to make happen.)
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#49
http://www.digitaltrends....ects-to-your-smartphone/
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#50
Funny how that looks an awful lot like an iPod Nano on a wristband. I should know because I'm wearing one now.

Wonder how they combat the constant battery drain the Bluetooth radio would present. My Nano, which has no Bluetooth can last about two days with heavy use (about six to eight hours a day).

Yasuri Nanami is my number one waifu, if only because she would horribly murder all the others if they didn't shut up and toe the line.
"They did not care about all the other attempts wizards had made on the Lone Power through history; as far as a computer is concerned, there is no program that cannot be debugged, or at worst, rewritten."
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"If our friendship depends on things like space and time, we've destroyed our own brotherhood! But overcome space, and all we have left is Here. Overcome time, and all we have left is Now. And in the middle of Here and Now, don't you think that we might see each other once or twice?"
-Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull
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