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India’s Mars Orbiter does good tweet too

India’s Mars Orbiter does good tweet too

24.09.14 – 8:54 pm Science
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India's Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft on Wednesday successfully maneuvered itself into orbit around the Red Planet, joining an elite club of deep-space explorers. "History has been created today," said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. And on top of that, you also shouldn’t miss out on its Mars Orbiter which is tweeting from space, The Next Web ...


A brief encounter with President Habibie

A brief encounter with President Habibie

26.06.12 – 5:54 pm People, Politics, Science
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This was really a priceless moment. I had a chance to meet and talk with former Indonesian President Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie at Deutsche Welle's Global Media Forum in Bonn, Germany, yesterday. Pak Habibie is one of key panelists in the conference. His presidency (1998 - 1999) was the third and the shortest duration after the country's ...


Mentoring Lenovo Do Network

Mentoring Lenovo Do Network

16.01.12 – 7:16 pm Science
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I just took Lenovo's challenge to be one of their mentors for The Do Network project. Together with Indonesia's internet advocate Onno W. Purbo and scientist Nurdiansah, I am now starting to learn some submitted innovations for this project. Some cool innovations out there. The Do Network from Lenovo is a platform for turning ideas into action. ...


Watch out, Silicon Valley: China and India’s maneuver!

Watch out, Silicon Valley: China and India’s maneuver!

30.12.10 – 11:42 am Business, Education, Featured, Science
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The Foreign Policy piece tells us how China and India will shake the world. They focused on educations and research & development first. China has built world-class universities, while India has $10 billion R&D industry. The first generations of Indian startups focused on selling IT services, and the Chinese developed copycat web technologies such as Baidu, ...


CERN scientists closer to understanding Big Bang

CERN scientists closer to understanding Big Bang

30.03.10 – 2:18 pm Science
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Scientists celebrate the first collision at full power on Tuesday, aiming to recreate conditions just after the Big Bang that gave rise to the universe 13.7 billion years ago. Congrats! CERN just tweeted: First time in the history!!!!!!!!!!!! World record!!!!!!!! Check-out their press release, too. [via Reuters]


Astronauts get Internet access: Tweet from space

Astronauts get Internet access: Tweet from space

24.01.10 – 2:20 pm Science
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That's a huge step on the Internet revolutions! Remember Anousheh Ansari, the first person ever to blog from space? Now T.J. Creamer (@Astro_TJ) is the first tweeple from the space station! Bravo! In far reaching developments, NASA astronauts now have personal internet web access and are tweeting from space. So you might ...






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