#NanoNano in your every #fbr

“(…) technology (…) is already included in your hand held devices that will allow these nano components to communicate on an intramural and intermural basis with each other and other devices using “mesh” based networking. This has been included in devices since Nokia developed it in 2006 and cannot be turned on and off physically by the user. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluetooth_Low_Energy

Here is an article from 2015 that is explains the technology and how it was used in experiments on mice at that time.

You might find this interesting straight from the NIH. https://meshb.nlm.nih.gov/record/ui?name=Nanotechnology

Nano power generation for charging devices. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/301672634_Highly_Durable_Ti-Mesh_Based_Triboelectric_Nanogenerator_for_Self-Powered_Device_Applications

Testing to find an LD50 for nano ferritins and other semiconductors? https://www.nano.gov/node/1821

Pulmonary delivery device for micron and nano technologies. https://www.bioneb.com/technology/

A governmental overview of nanoscience and nanotechnology. https://www.nano.gov/nanotech-101/what/definition

Nano fibers for a number of applications including healthcare and biomedical engineering. Includes self assembling nano technology. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0079670017300692

Four major ways nano … Continue reading

Fix Bill C11 – 7 daze left

On Tuesday, C-11 was officially ADOPTED by the House of Commons.1 Yesterday we launched an action that’s already FLOODING the inboxes of Senators across the country with calls to do what the House failed to do — FIX C-11.2But the battle is far from over. Today, we need you to chip in $25 or more to help us lay the foundation for an epic defense against C-11, a bill that STILL gives the CRTC unprecedented power to regulate YOUR videos, podcasts, Spotify feeds, Netflix queue, and more. We only have 7 days left. Will you help us?Chip in Now!We have just 7 days left to reach our $70,000 funding goal and we’re only HALFWAY THERE. This funding is CRITICAL to ensure we can fight back against Bill C-11 and more. If we don’t meet this goal, some of our most critical campaigns — including support to the C-11 fight— will NEED to be cut. We … Continue reading

On the Move – WP manipulations for a mobile life style.

1. Whatever you do, change only one thing at a time. If that change interferes with scripts that are necessary to run in order for your website to function the way you intended, then you will immediately understand what caused the problem.

To illustrate that: if you were thinking of installing a new plug-in, install the plug-in and then look at your page, and then activate the plug-in, and then look at your page again to see what that actually does.

If everything is working smoothly, you can install and activate the next plug-in.

2.

Make sure that your page is at the safest URL which is no longer HTTP:// but rather HTTPS://. I was unaware and ignored that for the longest time and only noticed because of error logs that my site was not … Continue reading

SAT OCT 8: tune in2 barKanada

Workin’ on it as I am typing, u can tune in from 11 am EST/17h MEZ via live stream here – anybody heard ’bout the protests on Wall Street in New York? Apparently somebody photoshopped a google earth pic 2 make the crowd look bigger – there is an interesting discussion about that right here. Just click the word “here”!

4 me, this is the most interesting comment, close 2 the 1 question everybody assessing the truthfulness of any publication should ask:

Who is profiting from the notion that the publications evokes? Who is the real author?

This is the comment (left by Jordan October 3, 2011 at 2:46 am)

“I think the real question for this community to get to the bottom of at this point is who is Jason Wettstein and did he even make this image at all? It looks like he stole the image … Continue reading

YouTube shows Ottawa Solidarity-With-Bahrain footage

Update March 28 2011 6.23h pm
I got to double check the map and had to correct direction of marching protesters from “north north east” to ” north north west”. To illustrate that better, I embedded said map into this post below.

Slowly there’s the footage of Saturday’s Solidarity-For-Bahrain-demonstration surfacing: March 22 2011 3.05h am

http:// www.youtube.com/ watch?v=vL-ev0J57DY two space bars make the link address visible in this post

now here u see exactly, how the protest moves north north west on Sussex Drive, with the US embassy on the right, and the Ottawa river up Sussex in the viewer’s back, approaching the second stop after parliament, the Saudi-Arabian embassy. The movie ends, with images shortly before the crowd crosses onto the river side of Sussex Drive, just at the curve to the East where that road has 2 follow the river for a while, if I interpret … Continue reading

Thank you, Ubuntu!

Wow, I’m just in awe.

Besides barely vegging through 2 days of migraine, which turned uninterruptedly in2 9 days (and counting) of the strangest head cold with big time nausea and headaches and now on it’s way out with no delay in2 my period (rrr we done?), I installed this operating system on 2 of our computers and can not get over how really hip and understated it is and how effectively and fast it drives both of our shells out of the box after updates – the experience couldn’t be more mac-like, on which, malgrais tout, I am writing this piece, but that brings me 2 one of the number 1 user friendly feature of mac: backlit keyboard, so nice on the eyes, but ubuntu comes without the price tag – and, can use your old pc!

I have been trying out linux operating systems since 2006 now, … Continue reading