October 12, 2011
Los 7 teclados capitales: Lujuria, Gula, Avaricia, Pereza, Ira, Envidia, Soberbialaughingsquid:

The Seven Deadly Keys

Los 7 teclados capitales: Lujuria, Gula, Avaricia, Pereza, Ira, Envidia, Soberbia

laughingsquid
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The Seven Deadly Keys

September 29, 2011
elguindilla:

¡Por fin le encuentro una utilidad al iPad!

elguindilla:

¡Por fin le encuentro una utilidad al iPad!

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museumofusefulthings:

Skulls made from computer key board keys. Saw this here.  Read more here. 

museumofusefulthings:

Skulls made from computer key board keys. Saw this here.  Read more here

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September 28, 2011
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September 23, 2011

jlmory:

Changing faces with a smile - Operation Smile 

 Vídeo muy lindo y lacrimogeno,   localizado gracias a @Acido 

 ”Para esto debería servir la cirugía plástica”

(Source: youtube.com)

September 20, 2011

suckthislemon:

Vision is a rather unique 3D drawing device created by twins Ryan & Trevor Oakes, allowing almost anyone to draw images in perfect perspective using nothing but your eyes and a pen. The device MESSES WITH YOUR BRAIN by using a technique that splits the ocular system, creating two images of the subject, allowing the artist to literally trace one directly onto paper.

You should watch this video to see how exactly this works. Mind-blowing.

(via keylimepiesandcaipirinhas)

Personas normales jugando a un videojuego resolvieron un problema clave para la lucha contra el SIDA, ¡¡el cual se había escapado a los científicos durante años!!Cosas como estas son las que me parecen más revolucionarias: emplear las mentes de miles de personas para algo útil ¡¡mientras a la vez se divierten!! jtotheizzoe:

Computer gamers solve problem in AIDS research that puzzled scientists for years
By playing a game called Foldit, where players (often with no scientific background) try to fold protein structures into their likely structures, players have unlocked a key structure in the fight against HIV.
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So next time someone tells you to stop playing that game, open up Foldit and tell them you’re doing science!
(via Discover Magazine)


Personas normales jugando a un videojuego resolvieron un problema clave para la lucha contra el SIDA, ¡¡el cual se había escapado a los científicos durante años!!

Cosas como estas son las que me parecen más revolucionarias: emplear las mentes de miles de personas para algo útil ¡¡mientras a la vez se divierten!! 



jtotheizzoe
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Computer gamers solve problem in AIDS research that puzzled scientists for years

By playing a game called Foldit, where players (often with no scientific background) try to fold protein structures into their likely structures, players have unlocked a key structure in the fight against HIV.

{…}

So next time someone tells you to stop playing that game, open up Foldit and tell them you’re doing science!

(via Discover Magazine)

(via jtotheizzoe)

March 26, 2008

Probando, probando

Esto no tiene pinta de estar limitado a tamaño SMS…