Link Farm – Augmented Reality on Mars with Microsoft Saving the world and a Hotel Room …. out of Cards

On the World Wide Web, a link farm is any group of web sites that all hyperlink to every other site in the group. Although some link farms can be created by hand, most are created through automated programs and services. A link farm is a form of spamming the index of a search engine (sometimes called spamdexing or spamexing).

Coming up first is a technology light years away that was tucked into this guy’s crappy cell phone.

Next is a double header, because apparently Microsoft is out to save the world.

H1N1 Virus

First they are helping schools cope with the H1N1 virus by making a free service that allows schools to connect with sick students in order to prevent them from dropping behind after an extended absence. In addition to helping schools the software giant is also going after “Malvertising”. “Malvertising” is a criminal method to install malicious software through the use of ads. Microsoft is tackling this challenge by using the legal system and yesterday they filed five lawsuits against alleged “malvertisers”.

So all in all, good job Microsoft.

by Trefoil

by Trefoil

On to Mars! Today the most believed and solid evidence of water on Mars is the reddish Martian surface. Most scientists believe that the red color is a result of rust mixing with the dirt on Mars, and that leads to the conclusion that there must have been water on Mars. Well a recent experiment proves that the red color may not be from rust but from the rocks on the surface. The experiment proved that regular sand, mixed with black Martian basalt, then crushed makes the iconic reddish hue that covers the surface of Mars.

So does this mean that there was never life on Mars? Personally I have no idea but this will obviously lead to more unanswered questions.

Oh and by the way this guy created a whole hotel room out of keycards….. yeah…………

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