In January 2012 we defeated the SOPA and PIPA censorship legislation with the largest Internet protest in history. A year ago this month one of that movement’s leaders, Aaron Swartz, tragically passed away.… Continue reading →
All about this weird Plastic face (LINK). How could this be better than a real face? GET FACED!
Gone are the days of the simple games and toys that I remember. I often wonder what it’s like being a kid today. Before our time we made fun of parents who played… Continue reading →
The rent for those tiny 260 ~ 325 sq. ft. subsidized apartments will be between $940 and 1800 dollars a month in NYC. Everything has become smaller. Technology has allowed for your encyclopedia… Continue reading →
Ever been in limbo about whether or not you are safe to drive after a couple drinks with friends? Most of us have had that dilemma, and nobody wants to make the wrong… Continue reading →
When I was a kid I had built furniture in high school shop class for my parents home. I had a knack for it and spent a short stint as a cabinet builder… Continue reading →
Most animal replacement foods are geared for vegans and vegetarians, and anyone who’s had a soy burger knows they certainly don’t taste like beef. But Hampton Creek’s plant-based egg replacer, Beyond Eggs, are… Continue reading →
Three-dimensional scanners are expensive – thousands of dollars for industrial models. Now there’s a 3D scanner for your phone, which does many of the things industrial models do for only $300.
Ever wondered how Google’s visionary (pun intended) gadget, Google Glass, actually works? Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google’s technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of… Continue reading →
It doesn’t much matter what the job is — if it can be done via robot, it can probably be done with the Grizzly Robotic Utility Vehicle ($TBA). This rugged machine features an articulated front… Continue reading →