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Gott Nytt 2009 allihopa. Jag är tillbaka den 7 jan med nya uppdateringar.
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God Jul och Gott Nytt År! Besök den sjungande julgranen och lär dig alla julsånger och ha en riktigt trevlig helg :) (klicka "related link" nedan)
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The U.S. space agency is in much need of money in order to produce the next generation Ares rockets, which will attempt to return astronauts to the moon.
And they may raise some funds by selling off their space shuttles, at a cost of at least $42 million.
The advertised price is just the starting figure for any one of the orbiters Discovery, Atlantis or Endeavour, which between them have flown 86 missions into space since 1984.
Included is the minimum $6 million cost of stripping a shuttle of toxic and other hazardous materials, preparing it for travel and flying it to an airport of the buyer's choosing.
Maybe something for your garden?
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Christmas time are busy time so many things to take care of. Clean up at home, get presents for the wife and kids, write post cards and a bunch of other stuff. Tomorrow I will buy a Christmas tree for the kids so I hope to have some nice pictures to show aftre the weekend.
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This prototype from HP uses SAIL technology (self-aligned imprint lithography), a process by which a thin film of transistors is sandwiched with an E Ink film. This creates an unbreakable multipurpose plastic display. E Ink is the type of display technology that powers e-book readers like the Amazon Kindle and more recently, the Esquire E Ink cover page.
HP rolled out this prototype with the ASU Flexible Display Center. It's supposed to be unbreakable and uses a low-cost process that's like printing on a sheet of plastic. Apparently these screens use 90% less materials and are still cheap to make. This technology will most likely result in cheap, sharp and colorful flexible displays for future technology. This technology is still very young, but the market for such screens could grow to US$2.8 billion by 2013.
The applications for these types of displays are endless. They can become display screens of cell phones, laptops, computers and other devices. What's really cool is that they could roll up, which is something that is really useful. Large screens could be easily deployed.
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