Pecha Kucha for scientists? I’d love to participate

Pecha Kucha Night was invented four years ago by 2 architects, Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein, in Tokyo. During the event each presenter is allowed 20 slides each shown for 20 seconds each giving 6 minutes 40 seconds of fame before the next presenter is up. According to Wired journalist Daniel H. Pink: The result,… Continue reading Pecha Kucha for scientists? I’d love to participate

James Clement, Pimm’s former blogterviewee is WTA’s new Executive Director

James Clement, attorney and serial entrepreneur is the new Executive Director of the World Transhumanist Association (“WTA“). Press Release Read our November, 2006 blogterview with James Clement on his life extension commitment: Maximum Life’s James Clement: what can a lawyer do for life extension? From the blogterview: 3. What is your favourite argument supporting human… Continue reading James Clement, Pimm’s former blogterviewee is WTA’s new Executive Director

The iPhone case: the hackers may have the law on their side!

I’ve activated my iPhone in a prepaid mode exactly for the reason of being flexible and switch to another network provider ASAP. So I do not have a 2 year contract with AT&T and I am happy to say that. The AT&T network and coverage is almost non exisiting in the 2 crucial places of… Continue reading The iPhone case: the hackers may have the law on their side!

Dean Kamen’s 5 min TED talk on the robotic arm project

When Anna and me are looking for something interesting, but not too lengthy and detailed quality video content on the web our frequent destination is TED Talks. These videos are ideal during a lunch, or just before bedtime. In the newest TED sequence inventor Dean Kamen previews the extraordinary prosthetic arm his team is developing.… Continue reading Dean Kamen’s 5 min TED talk on the robotic arm project