Will Dawson


  1. ☛ Jenga for Giants
  2. April 15 Total Lunar Eclipse

A total lunar eclipse will take place on April 15, 2014. It will be the first lunar eclipse this year. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes within Earth’s umbra (shadow). As the eclipse begins, the Earth’s shadow first darkens the moon slightly. Then, the shadow begins to “cover” part of the moon, turning it a dark red-brown color (typically – the color can vary based on atmospheric conditions). 
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    April 15 Total Lunar Eclipse

    A total lunar eclipse will take place on April 15, 2014. It will be the first lunar eclipse this year. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes within Earth’s umbra (shadow). As the eclipse begins, the Earth’s shadow first darkens the moon slightly. Then, the shadow begins to “cover” part of the moon, turning it a dark red-brown color (typically – the color can vary based on atmospheric conditions).
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  3. Where did we go wrong with passwords?

    Where did we go wrong with passwords?

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  4. Egypt is Mobile Money 2.0
  5. ☛ Water by Phone: Transforming Utilities in the Developing World
  6. Mobile payments in Africa
(via Mobile Payments Insider)
#mobilepayments #Egypt

    Mobile payments in Africa
    (via Mobile Payments Insider)
    #mobilepayments #Egypt

  7. asapscience:

The periodic table of elements, by nation of discovery. via Science Porn

    asapscience:

    The periodic table of elements, by nation of discovery. 

    via Science Porn

  8. ☛ Secure Mobile Payments Using Newly Filed Patent by Apple

    raeidrants:

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    Apple has been a tad slow in entering the hot mobile payments market. To fathom better how hot the mobile payments and mobile commerce market is, skim through some stats for the industry at factbrowser. One among the many mind blogging stats says that it is estimated $90B will be spent…

  9. A Dust-up is Brewing in Mobile Payments, Pitting Isis Against Best Buy, 7-Eleven

    bbdodigitallab:

    By Kevin Fitchard

    Best Buy and 7-Eleven have started shutting down near-field communications (NFC) capabilities in their stores’ point-of-sale terminals, making it even harder for Isis and Google to get their fledgling smartphone payments services off the ground.

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  10. HCE: JUST HYPE, OR MOBILE PAYMENTS GAME CHANGER?

 (via Mondato)

    HCE: JUST HYPE, OR MOBILE PAYMENTS GAME CHANGER?

    (via Mondato)