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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.
Chameleon Bots and AI-Driven GOL
It’s bad enough when robots can out-dance you, but do we really want to give them the ability to activate a chameleon function and fade into their surroundings?
Maps of a Flooded World
It’s more than a little ironic that the world is running out of fresh water while, at the same time, being overrun by rising sea levels.
Who Am I? Where Am I?
Do you bounce out of bed full of vim and vigor and in full possession of your faculties, or do you struggle to greet each new day mired in a morass of misunderstanding?
Super Nannies Meet Kinetic Sculptures
I just discovered that Norland Nannies — who can command a salary of $170,000 on a bad day — are trained in self-defense and defensive driving.
Robot Legs Run 5K Race
Can you envision intelligent machines creating a “work of art” involving biological implementations of human legs being used to power some sort of mechanism?
Living on a World of Blueberries
Here’s a sticky problem. What if the entire Earth was instantaneously replaced with an equal volume of closely packed, but uncompressed blueberries?
Ghost of a Neanderthal
Many modern humans have 2% Neanderthal DNA in our genomes. The combination of these DNA snippets is like having the ghost of a Neanderthal in our midst.
Oooh! Shiny New USB-C Dock!
It’s a funny old thing to find yourself in possession of a USB-C dock when you don’t have a host machine that sports a USB-C connector with which to drive it.
Webinar: Getting Started with FPGAs
It used to be that you would have to travel a long way and pay a bunch of money to receive training that is now available for free for the asking.