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Comment: Original research (Score 2) 90

by Slyder (#45986743) Attached to: Google Announces Smart Contact Lens Project For Diabetics

Some of the original research in this area was carried out by Angelika Domschke (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/angelika-domschke/19/709/824). For example, this study happened back in 2006 - http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/dia.2006.8.89.

Fun fact - Google tried to recruit her and she turned them down after meeting their team.

+ - Will employers trust me if I shun Facebk/LinkedIn?

Submitted by RedRecidivist
RedRecidivist (1310499) writes "I'm coming back to IT after some time away. As a junior member of the tinfoil-hat brigade, I deeply mistrust Facebook, LinkedIn, et al. However, all of my old IT colleagues are telling me I simply *must* use LinkedIn to get a new job, and my old boss went as far as saying that he would mistrust a would-be IT employee who had no "digital footprint".

I really don't want to, but it looks like I need to bite the bullet. Should I?"
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One Variety of Sea Slugs Cuts Out the Energy Middleman 232

Posted by timothy
from the would-never-leave-the-house dept.
dragonturtle69 writes with this story, short on details but interesting: "These sea slugs, Elysia chlorotica, have evolved the ability to gain energy via photosynthesis. Forget about genetic modifications for sports enhancements. I want to be able to never need to eat again — or do I?"

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