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How to create mouthwatering copy without actually writing anything - GrowthLab
Vidéo de Ramit (je ne l'ai pas encore regardé, ou du moins je ne m'en souviens plus) qui apprend comment rentrer dans la tête de ses prospects en posant les bonnes questions, en cherchant les infos au bon endroit.

Essentiel pour écrire du bon copy.
copywriting  mind-reading 
august 2018 by theorsi
Into the Woods, Into Sam - brokenlittleboy
A dangerous curse locks Sam inside his own head. To save him, Dean has to go into Sam's mind, and he learns things about Sam and sees things there he never thought he'd see. Written for Fanfic Authors Appreciation Day. Words:1925.
sam/dean  wincest  cursed!sam  place:bunker  kissing  fluff  SPNS10  oneshot  under-5k  author:brokenlittleboy  mind-reading  place:woods  sam!centric  flashbacks  wee!chesters  dean-pov  secrets  pining!sam  character:missouri-moseley  schmoop  torec  getting-together  I  haveread  ao3 
september 2016 by mountainstomove
Search for Real UFOs: Mind-Reading Research for NASA
Mind-Reading Research for NASA NASA Mind-Reading Technology? Mind-Reading Technology As always, thank you for taking the time to visit my little corner of the Internet.Take care of yourself,by Robert Hughey (Google+)January 12, 2013 Proud owner and site operator of: 1) 4UFOs.com: See Original Post
UFO  UFOs  Aliens  UFO  SightingsThought  Reading  Machine  US  Government  Experiments  2013  ESP  Experiment  Telepathic  Experiment  NASA  Secret  Research  Strange  NASA  NASA  Mind-reading  Research  Mind  Read  from delicious
january 2013 by marsmadness
h50_exchange: Hazard of the Job, NC-17, Steve/Danny
Steve and Danny have an encounter that results in them reading each other's minds. This never would've happened in Jersey.
h50  slash  steve/danny  firsttime  hot  romance  short  mind-reading  author:???  from delicious
october 2011 by renenet
Hirnstrme: Computerrekonstruiert Filme ausGedanken - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Wissenschaft
Die zentrale Frage aber lautet: Werden Computer eines Tages in der Lage sein, dem Gehirn auch die Bilder aus Erinnerungen und Träumen zu entreißen? "Ich glaube, dass das möglich sein wird", sagte Gallant SPIEGEL ONLINE. "Das ist nur eine Frage der Zeit." Die Grenzen bestünden derzeit nur in der Qualität der Hirnaktivitätsmessungen und der Computermodelle sowie in der Rechenkapazität.
brain  singularity  future  mind  mind-reading  research  study 
september 2011 by asterisk2a
8 Sci-Fi Technologies That Are No Longer Just Fiction
A submarine once seemed about as ridiculously impossible as an invisibility cloak seems today. But while technologies like the submarine, bomb, radar and tank once captured the imagination of science fiction authors, science has brought them to the mainstream awareness. Researchers are continuing to catch up with imagination, and it’s only a matter of time before the technologies we still consider fiction meet a similar fate.
Laser Guns In science fiction novels, heat-rays, death rays, beam guns, blasters, phasers, blasters and plasma rifles usually serve a similar purpose to guns. Scientists at Intellectual Ventures Laboratory found a slightly more benign purpose for one: zapping mosquitoes.
The gun locates the mosquitoes in flight, and then this happens.
The U.S. Navy also developed a giant laser weapon for a more traditional purpose.
[Photo: NAVSEA]

Moving 3D Hologram Scientists at the University of Arizona in Tuscon have developed a material that can record and display 3D images that refresh every two seconds. The resulting hologram, which you can check out in this video, isn't as smooth as its science-fiction counterpart, but the scientists are working to speed up the refresh rate to match that of movies.
"From day one, I thought about the hologram of Princess Leia and whether it can be brought out of science fiction," Nasser Peyghambarian, one of the team members who worked on the project, told Nature News.
IMB recently predicted that mobile phones would project 3D image of callers by 2015.
Image courtesy of iStockphoto, melhi
Levitation It's been two years since researchers at the National Institutes of Health and Harvard University have accomplished levitation, though the power is reserved for the molecular level at the moment. Researchers suspended a tiny gold-plated sphere over a glass surface by relying on the tendency of certain combinations of molecules to repel each other.
The researchers saw more applications for their technology in nanomechanics, the development of microscopic machinery, than they did for magic demonstrations, but one can't help but hope that larger floating objects are on the way.
Image courtesy of iStockphoto, scodonnell

Hoverboard The flying skateboard-like vehicle used by characters in the Back to the Future films exists. French artist Nils Guadagnin finished creating it in 2010 for an exhibition appropriately named "Back to the Future."
Though the board hovers, alas, it does not fly. Nor does it support weight in its levitated state.

Mind-Reading Machine Researchers at the University of Utah were able to translate brain signals into words by implanting microelectrodes on top of the brain (the patient who volunteered for this experiment already had part of his skull removed to treat his epilepsy). Grids of the electrodes were placed over the speech centers of the brain and recorded brain signals the patient read a list of 10 words. When they compared any two brain signals, they were able to distinguish brain signals for each word 76% to 90% of the time. The research may one day help scientists create a wireless device that converts thoughts of severely paralyzed people to computer speech.

Teleportation While humans aren't zapping themselves to alternate locations at will, in 2009 a team of scientists from the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) at the University of Maryland and the University of Michigan managed to get two isolated atoms to exchange information at a significant distance (a little more than three feet). The information, in a sense, had been teleported.
The discovery has more implications for computers than it does for human transportation, but we're happy about it nonetheless.
Image courtesy of iStockphoto, Georgethefourth
Invisibility Cloak Harry Potter might not be the only one with an invisibility cloak in the near future. Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley made progress toward manipulating light waves in a way that renders objects invisible in 2008. German scientists created a cloak (albeit a tiny one) earlier this year.

Commercial Jetpacks Comic strip character Buck Rogers helped popularize jetpacks starting in the 1920s. By the 1960s, a jetpack designed for the military called the Bell Rocket Belt started appearing at public demonstrations. And soon, you'll be able to purchase your very own jetpack from Martin Aircraft Company.
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features  tech  technology  future  hologram  invisibility  jetpack  levitation  List  Lists  mind-reading  science_fiction  teleportation  trending  from google
january 2011 by svensonsan
Open Secrets
In which Sam is psychic and Dean is still pissed off about some things Sam said in Chicago.
fandom:SPN  pairing:sam/dean  Incest  Angst  First-Time  ep.related:Shadow  theme:psychic!Sam  mind-reading  author:chaobell(meadowmines) 
may 2010 by wecoro
The Captain and the Doctor - FIC: 'Every Mountain and Hill Shall be Made Low' by Thalia (1/3) (NC-17)
Summary: Bones is given a surprise gift by a space anomaly. And in German, ‘gift’ means ‘poison’. Teaser: Oh sweet heavens to Betsy, he has not just been hypothesizing the extent of his captain’s flexibility.
First-Time  author:thalialunacy  mind-reading  Humor  ST  Kirk/McCoy 
november 2009 by wecoro
of polar bears
rodney accidentally activates an ancient device that gives sheppard a glance inside his brain. paranoia ensues.
sga  mckay/sheppard  mind-reading  30toseoul  NC-17 
december 2007 by kudra

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