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The Strange Orbit of Earth’s Second Moon
3753 Cruithne is a Q-type, Aten asteroid in orbit around the Sun in 1:1 orbital resonance with the Earth, thereby making it a co-orbital object.
Steampunk Nuts and Bolts
Projects with a steampunk look-and-feel incorporate retro-futuristic technology and aesthetics inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery.
Don’t Mess with My Head!
I was quite happy with the static platform I’d created for my pseudo robot heads, and then some mad impetuous fool suggested servos. Oh no! Here we go again…
The Secret to Smoking-Hot Joints
If you want to learn the secret to creating smoking-hot joints that will delight your family and friends, you need go no further than reading this tantalizing tome.
New Book on Designing Embedded Systems
What makes this tome truly unique is that the authors have employed its techniques to develop a real-world product (board) to supplement their writings.
Welcome to Urbex
Urbex (urban exploration) involves the investigation of abandoned structures like amusement parks, factories, asylums, sanatoriums, and power plants.
OMG! Yoda is Fozzie Bear
You may think of Yoda only as a small, green humanoid alien who is powerful with the Force and Grandmaster of the Jedi Order, but did you know that…
What’s Brown and Sticky?
Some riddles are long and complex, but if you ever need a “quick and dirty” riddle in an emergency, then the “What’s brown and sticky?” poser may serve your purpose.
Life as We Knew It
I’m shaking my head in disbelief, but I fear there are people out there who would happily “Cry havoc and let slip the CRISPR dogs of war.”
The Measure of My Life
The current average life expectancy in America for people of the male persuasion (of which I am a card-carrying member) is only 75.1 years (can you spell “Eeek”?).
Smart Business Cards for the 21st Century
I look forward to the day when we all glide through life gracefully wafting and waving our Mobilo smart business cards at each other.
Want an Altair 8800 or a Kenbak-1?
I would love to add both a full-size Kenbak-1 replica and an almost-full-size, cycle-accurate Altair 8800 recreation to my collection.