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Comments on Top Ten Star Trek Techs Made Real
The top ten science-fictional technologies from classic Star Trek? Sounds like something I might have done. (Actually, I did.) (Read the complete story)

"Eh, some of them seem like kind of a stretch but I would definitely say that your conclusions are some of the first steps towards the equivalent Star Trek devices. Good job overall."
(Brandon 3/6/2008 10:06:29 AM)
"Don't forget: Uhura's Bluetooth ear piece Portable ebook readers High capacity Compact Flash storage cards. Anti-radiation pills http://futurismic.com/2008/02/01/nanotube-anti-radiation-pill/ and others..."
(Mike B 3/6/2008 9:59:34 AM)
"How about those silvery disks used by Mr. Atos (sp?) in the Library?"
( 3/6/2008 7:19:16 PM)
"The captain had a pretty good deal with a big flat screen tv and a centrally located comfy chair. Not to mention A yeoman to bring snacks..."
( 3/6/2008 7:20:09 PM)
"Check out a gadget called iLiad at www.irextechnologies.com Combining an inductive stylus with e-paper, it could be the great-grandfather of the star trek data-pad."
( 3/7/2008 12:56:07 PM)
"You're right - I'm particularly impressed with the ability to annotate with the stylus right on the screen. See iRex Iliad E-Book Reader AND Writer for more info, pix and video."
(Bill Christensen 3/9/2008 4:58:31 PM)
"Atoz(sp?) disks are what I recall the most when CD's first came out and all of their derivatives since then. I can remember others who were watching at the time of this episode dismissing the concept of Atoz using the silver disks as memory storage in the form of a historical recording. Most of us knew better..."
(Stabe 11/17/2008 5:01:51 PM)

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