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TIMU GPS prototype (via DARPA)   In today’s world, most everyone relies on GPS to navigate in unknown areas or for the quickest route to a desired location. We use it so much so that we’ve taken it for granted much like water, but what if the satellite navigation system suddenly went offline due to malfunction, solar flares or an act of warfare? For most of us, the loss of GPS would be an inconvenience at worst but for the military it would be a complete disaster (GPS guided mis ...
There's a problem with 'networking' which is best described by how a person's contacts can be a commodity;  something that can be bought, sold, or rented.  It is as if people are trying to mechanize the process of building relationships in order to mass-produce their contact list in the same way one might collect baseball cards.  Thankfully, there are events like EntConnect to make real relationships over a long weekend with an agenda full of fun and productive items.   The ...

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