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''"The best way to get great ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away."''
''"The best way to get great ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away."''
==Completed Stories==
[[Active Seti|Does Active SETI Put Earth in Danger?]]
[[Active Seti|Does Active SETI Put Earth in Danger?]]

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Sun over Earth


Internet-based Cognitive Tools

This is an experimental web site that combines two internet based cognitive tools, Wikipedia and Slashdot, to research ideas, present them for brainstorming, and evaluate the results.

"The best way to get great ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away."

Completed Stories

Does Active SETI Put Earth in Danger?

Can Time Slow Down?

Googling Yourself



Linked Stories

Could An ExtraTerrestrial Find Earth with a Telescope? 177 comments

People Were More Likely To Google Themselves This Year 159 comments

Microsoft and Google Duke It Out For the Future 236 comments

Auto Mileage Standards Raised to 35 mpg 721 comments

Eat, Drink, and be Monitored 104 comments

Does Active SETI Put Earth in Danger? 644 comments

Will The Next Generation of Spacecraft Land In the Water? 309 comments

Can Time Slow Down? 441 comments

SenseCam Aids Patients with Memory Problems 78 comments

Electric Cars to Help Utilities Load Balance Grid 245 comments

Video Surveillance Identifies Threat Patterns 132 comments

Unlinked Stories

Study Finds Film Enjoyment Is Contagious 129 comments

Bar Codes Keep Surgical Objects Outside Patients 269 comments

Adaptive Thirty Meter Telescope Sees Progress 59 comments

Airlines to Offer In-Flight Internet Service 179 comments

Brain Changes When Viewing Violent Media 417 comments

Academic Games Are No Fun 158 comments

The $10 Billion Poker Game Begins 166 comments

NJ Blogger Fights for Anonymous Free Speech 404 comments

Crime Wave Thwarted in Second Life 181 comments

Bolivian Salt Flats Aid Spacecraft Calibration 98 comments

AT&T Playing Hardball With Apple? 169 comments

Media Research Exec Says Music Industry Is On Its Last Legs 401 comments

Scientists Create Zombie Cockroaches 240 comments

The Secret to Raising Smart Kids 613 comments

Firefox Susceptible To QuickTime Security Flaw 231 comments

The Cultures of Texting In Europe and America 207 comments

Thailand Bans Teen Info On the Net 136 comments

New Software Could Warn Sailors of Rogue Waves 131 comments

Mapping the Brain's Neural Network 141 comments

The 110 Million Dollar Button 189 comments

How PALS Help Secure Nuclear Weapons 136 comments

Are Aliens Living Among Us? 348 comments

Murdoch's New Internet Strategy for the WSJ 62 comments

Journalists Can't Hide News From the Internet 376 comments

How the Inca Leapt Canyons 184 comments

US Control of Internet Remains an Issue 300 comments

New NSA-Approved Encryption Standard May Contain Backdoor 322 comments

Turning E-Mail into a Social Network 93 comments

Stopping Cars With Microwave Radiation 521 comments

The Rules of the Swarm 165 comments

Close but no Cigar for Netflix Recommender System 113 comments

Antique Fridge Could Keep Venus Rover Cool 220 comments

Even the Masseuse is a Multimillionaire at Google 160 comments

Thought-Controlled Prosthetics 88 comments

Where are the Flying Cars? 360 comments

Robot Run Warehouse Speeds Deliveries 142 comments

Russian Phishers moving to China? 67 comments

Expanding Fair Use To Reform Copyright Law 229 comments

Bill to Require Open Access to Scientific Papers 204 comments

Monkeys and Cognitive Dissonance 229 comments

Whose Laws Apply On the ISS? 343 comments

Intergalactic Missing Mass Missing Again 171 comments

Google Announces "Open Phone" Coalition, No gPhone 220 comments

Database Finds Fugitive After 35 Years 458 comments

The Man Behind the Google Phone 94 comments

Picture Passwords More Secure than Text 259 comments

Volcanoes May Have Caused Mass Extinctions? 205 comments

Capsaicin Tested On Surgical Wounds 227 comments

First Fossil Evidence that Velociraptors Hunted in Packs 169 comments

Apple Makes $831 On Each AT&T iPhone 547 comments

Wikipedia Begets Veropedia 257 comments

Crime Reduction Linked To Lead-Free Gasoline 614 comments

Apple Says 250,000 iPhones Sold to Unlockers 311 comments

Space Elevator Teams Compete for NASA Prizes 158 comments

Crashed Spacecraft Yields Data on Solar Wind 44 comments

New GPS Navigator Relies On 'Wisdom of the Crowds' 90 comments

Neuro-Reckoning May Reduce MMOG Time Lag 88 comments

Evidence Found for Earliest Modern Humans 409 comments

Infrequent Anonymous Cowards Reliable on Wikipedia 264 comments

Attacking Criminal Networks On the Internet 109 comments

Google Hopes to Disaggregate Carriers with gPhone 183 comments

The Dark Side of Iapetus 73 comments

Titan's Tropical Weather 102 comments

Mutant Algae to Fuel Cars of Tomorrow? 158 comments

First New Nuclear Plant in US in 30 years 837 comments

Future Looks Bright for Large Scale Solar Farms 325 comments

Cleaning up the Most Toxic Pollution in the World 212 comments

New Technologies Attack the One-World Problem 157 comments

New Wonder Weed to Fuel Cars? 484 comments

Making War On Light Pollution 435 comments

New Explanation For the Industrial Revolution 504 comments

Houston, We Have a Drinking Problem 138 comments

Humans Can Still Out-Bluff Machines 279 comments

High-Tech Squirrels Trained to Conduct Espionage 269 comments

Google Street View Raises Privacy Concerns 520 comments

How the Pentagon Got Its Shape 473 comments

Modern Medicine Might Have Saved Lincoln 281 comments

Cell Phones to Monitor Traffic Flow 87 comments

Peace Corps to Wire Senegal 149 comments

More Thoughts On How to Wire Senegal 174 comments

"Spim" is Latest Online Annoyance 274 comments

Gangs Extort Companies With DDoS Attacks 414 comments

Users feel Password Rage 376 comments

I, Spammer 789 comments

Online Newspapers Turning a Profit 246 comments

Forty Percent of All Email is Spam 606 comments

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