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Google

+ - Infovell's 'research engine' finds deep Web pages -> 1

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scooter.higher
scooter.higher writes "According to a study by the University of California at Berkeley, traditional search engines such as Google and Yahoo index only about 0.2% of the Internet. The remaining 99.8%, known as the "deep Web," is a vast body of public and subscription-based information that traditional search engines can't access. http://www.infovell.com/"
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Math

+ - Geohashing for local meetings->

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scooter.higher (874622) writes "From the Geohashing Wiki: XKCD comic #426 contains an algorithm that generates random coordinates across the U.S. every day. These coordinates can be used as destinations for adventures, a-la Geocaching. They can also be used for local meetups.

The official xkcd meetups happen every Saturday afternoon at 4:00 PM. If the coordinates for your area are in the ocean, a military base, or somewhere otherwise unreachable, that meetup is of course postponed. Unless, of course, you own a boat, are a soldier at said military base, or are James Bond. If you can, record who's there, take pictures, and post them here."

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Biotech

+ - New research into orgone energy->

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scooter.higher (874622) writes "Three Panel Soul references an article about harnessing the power of orgasmic energy.

"Physician-scientist Wilhelm Reich, best known for his claims of a cosmic life force associated with sexual orgasm, died in federal prison, and the government burned tons of his books and other publications and destroyed his equipment.

But half a century later, a small number of scientists and other believers are working to advance the European-born psychiatrist's work on what he called 'orgone energy' — a theory largely forgotten in the scientific mainstream."

Scientists and doctors from the U.S. and Europe gathered this summer for a conference that explored the prospects of seeking FDA approval for clinical trials of orgone accumulator blankets to treat burn victims."

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Hardware Hacking

+ - Rough iPhone 1.1.1 jailbreak developed->

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scooter.higher (874622) writes "iPhone/iTouch Dev members, who have been working steadily for weeks, say they have discovered a way to "jailbreak" iPhone 1.1.1 (i.e., to enable file-level access to the OS on the device). The developers are quick to note however that the jailbreak is nowhere near ready for official release, rendering many applications inoperable until they are recompiled and disabling the iTunes Store without "major hacking.""
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