Tuesday, February 3, 2009


The New York Times has an article on advances in research on refrigeration using magnetic fields.

For the next 6 months, the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa will have an exhibit on Snoopy and NASA.

io9 has a gallery of 40 years of moon exploration pictures.

Webecoist has pictures of 15 homes using dirt in their construction. I love the hobbit hole.

The Sierra Nevada brewery is going to start testing a portable ethanol refinery that will transform their used yeast into fuel.

Amazon has launched a game download service. Games are free to try for 30 minutes, with most costing 6.99 to 9.99 after that.

Google Earth version 5.0 was announced this week with new coverage of the oceans, Mars, and historic satellite images. Links: CNet photo gallery, photos from announcement, CNet article on why the oceans were added, CNet article on Mars additions, and Guardian article.

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