Inside Planet’s mission to see change and change the world using miniature satellites

January 24, 2019 by  
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How former NASA scientists are reimaging the world, from one, static photo to an entirely new, constantly updating, global data set.

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Inside Planet’s mission to see change and change the world using miniature satellites

Inside Planet’s mission to see change and change the world using miniature satellites

January 24, 2019 by  
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How former NASA scientists are reimaging the world, from one, static photo to an entirely new, constantly updating, global data set.

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Amazing Mechanical Seagull Rivals the Real Thing (Video)

March 25, 2011 by  
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It’s a bird…

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Canadian Government Falls; What Role Will Environment Play In Election?

March 25, 2011 by  
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From upper left: Conservative Stephen Harper, Liberal Michael Ignatieff, NDP Jack Layton, Green Party Elizabeth May Canada follows the British parliamentary system, where the government must have the confidence of the majority of House of Commons. Prime Minister Stephen Harper had a minority government, so the big question was, would any of the opposition prop him up? The Opposition Leader, Michael Ignatieff, wasn’t going to; the intellectual Harvard professor sees his best chance now, while recent scandals are fresh in everyone’s mind.

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Roll Your Own Open Source Joint

January 4, 2010 by  
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Duann Scott at Ponoko notes that a CNC router isn’t just a way of doing the same old thing faster, but opens up entirely new ways of putting things together and possible an entirely new aesthetic. Scott points us to Flexible Stream, where you can download fifty different digital wood designs that anyone with a CNC machine can use.

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