February 24, 2015 WowiWaStarting install…ERROR internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: qemu-system-x86_64: -drive file=/root/debian780.iso,if=none,id=drive-ide0-1-0,readonly=on,format=raw: could not open disk image /root/debian780.iso: Could not open ‘/root/debian780.iso': Permission denied
Solution: update /etc/libvirt/qemu.conf
uncomment user=”root” and group=”root”Don’t forget to restart;/etc/init.d/libvirt-bin restartMore
February 17, 2015 WowiWa
Scientists are to scan the Amazon forest in Brazil to look for evidence of occupation by ancient civilizations.
A drone will be sent up with a laser instrument to peer through the canopy for earthworks that were constructed thousands of years ago.
The UK-led project is trying to determine how big these communities were, and to what degree they altered the landscape.More
February 16, 2015 WowiWa
Back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth (in late 2013), there were 38 tech unicorns worth over $130 billion. Mobile Internet has changed things in the last 12 months. A lot. Sixty-eight mobile unicorns added $28 billion shareholder value in Q4 2014 to become worth $261 billion. Or a quarter of a trillion dollars. That’s excluding Facebook (64 percent mobile revenue, 59 percent mobile only users, 84 percent total mobile users), which at over $200 billion skews the analysis.More
February 15, 2015 WowiWa
As inventions go, Jake Zien’s was a clever fix rather than an imaginative breakthrough: Irritation was the mother of his invention.
He found the standard power strip maddening because electric plugs would often block the adjacent sockets. So after his senior year in high school, while attending a summer program at the Rhode Island School of Design, he devised an adjustable power strip that solved that problem. But his product concept — a brief description, drawings and a crude mock-up — went nowhere until he was a senior in college. At that point, he sent digital versions of his sketches to a start-up called Quirky.More
February 10, 2015 WowiWa
A new search engine being developed by Darpa aims to shine a light on the dark web and uncover patterns and relationships in online data to help law enforcement and others track illegal activity.More
- Google’s ARC now runs Android apps on Chrome OS, Windows, Mac, and Linux | Ars Technica
- Designer’s toolkit for dynamic DNA nanomachines | EurekAlert! Science News
- Creating Mind-controlled Games With An Arduino-based Brain Computer Interface | Tech the Future
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- Brazil Amazon: Drone to scan for ancient Amazonia
- Mobile Unicorns Multiply To Hit A Quarter Of A Trillion Dollars
- The Invention Mob, Brought to You by Quirky
- Why Europe’s Experimental Spaceship Is Shaped So Weirdly | WIRED
- DARPA’s darkweb searchengine
- Introducing Spot
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