Applied Technotopia

We scan the digital environment to examine the leading trends in emerging technology today to know more about future.


We have added a few indices around the site. Though we look to the future, we need to keep an eye on the present as well:

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Saw so much history at the San Diego Air and Space Museum in Bilboa Park.
Saw some drones we will discuss later.

Saw so much history at the San Diego Air and Space Museum in Bilboa Park.
Saw some drones we will discuss later.

girl-havoced:

I believe in free education, one that’s available to everyone; no matter their race, gender, age, wealth, etc… This masterpost was created for every knowledge hungry individual out there. I hope it will serve you well. Enjoy!

FREE ONLINE COURSES (here are listed websites that provide huge variety of courses)

IDEAS, INSPIRATION & NEWS (websites which deliver educational content meant to entertain you and stimulate your brain)

DIY & HOW-TO’S (Don’t know how to do that? Want to learn how to do it yourself? Here are some great websites.)

FREE TEXTBOOKS & E-BOOKS

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES & JOURNALS

LEARN:

1. LANGUAGES

2. COMPUTER SCIENCE & PROGRAMMING

3. YOGA & MEDITATION

4. PHOTOGRAPHY & FILMMAKING

5. DRAWING & PAINTING

6. INSTRUMENTS & MUSIC THEORY

7. OTHER UNCATEGORIZED SKILLS

Please feel free to add more learning focused websites. 

*There are a lot more learning websites out there, but I picked the ones that are, as far as I’m aware, completely free and in my opinion the best/ more useful.

A very interesting collection of links to add to your toolkit

(via galaxyclusters)

What would you propose for the next X Prize? Thinking of these commercial prize and how the boost advancement.

Photo - Replica of the Spirit of Saint Loius at San Diego Airport. Nearby
Charles Lindbergh tested this plane before winning the Orteig Prize in 1927 for a non-stop flight from New York to Paris.

(Yes, I’m in San Diego for a couple of days).
What would you propose for the next X Prize? Thinking of these commercial prize and how the boost advancement.

Photo - Replica of the Spirit of Saint Loius at San Diego Airport. Nearby
Charles Lindbergh tested this plane before winning the Orteig Prize in 1927 for a non-stop flight from New York to Paris. (Yes, I’m in San Diego for a couple of days).

An interesting look at the UK Space industry.

spaceexp:

London, UK (SPX) Oct 11, 2014
image The UK Space Agency has published its biennial study into the progress of the UK space sector. ‘The Size and Health of the UK Space Industry’ reveals that the sector continues to soar and is currently worth Pounds 11.3 billion to the UK economy, growing at over 7% per year, employing over 34,000 people and supporting a further 65,000 jobs in other sectors. Speaking at the Royal Aero
Full article

Our daily Shuttle Magnificence!

humanoidhistory:

Mission STS-30 begins with the launch of the #Space Shuttle Atlantis on May 4, 1989.

IBMs Watson is a fascinating project.
ibmblr:

Up and at ‘em, Watson. The paint is dry. The desks are assembled. The art is hung. And today, 600 eager IBMers are making their maiden voyages to the new global headquarters for IBM Watson, at 51 Astor Place in Silicon Alley, NY. And once they’ve located their morning caffeine, they’ll get on with their jobs of developing the next generation of cognitive computing apps, software and solutions. Seated in the heart of NYC’s tech start-up scene, they’ll start new collaborations with developers all over the planet, while teaching Watson to learn Spanish—the first of many new languages. Hey, who’s got time for first day jitters anyway?

IBMs Watson is a fascinating project.

ibmblr:

Up and at ‘em, Watson. The paint is dry. The desks are assembled. The art is hung. And today, 600 eager IBMers are making their maiden voyages to the new global headquarters for IBM Watson, at 51 Astor Place in Silicon Alley, NY. And once they’ve located their morning caffeine, they’ll get on with their jobs of developing the next generation of cognitive computing apps, software and solutions. Seated in the heart of NYC’s tech start-up scene, they’ll start new collaborations with developers all over the planet, while teaching Watson to learn Spanish—the first of many new languages. Hey, who’s got time for first day jitters anyway?