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True fans remember the names of old Transformers way better than names of their own extended family members...or is that just us? ANYWAY, NEW GALLERY!
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The Yurikamome Line actually isn't a train, but an automated, guideway-directed set of cars on rubber wheels...essentially a really long bus with no driver.…
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In December of 2015, hundreds of the world’s most advanced robots crowded the massive Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center for the biennial iREX International Robot Exhibition. You might be surprised how well an iPhone 6s Plus does with that. • iREX by iPHONE VIDEO: http://bit.ly/irex-dubstepped
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In December of 2015, hundreds of the world’s most advanced robots crowded the massive Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center for the biennial iREX International Robot Exhibition. You might be surprised how well an iPhone 6s Plus does with that. • iREX by iPHONE VIDEO: http://bit.ly/irex-dubstepped
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The world is not on fire, things are not getting worse...unless we're talking about American news media, which is utter dogshit.
When I published Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think in February 2012, I included about 80 charts in the back of the book... read more
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Wednesday is a good day for 60-foot-tall Japanese robots. • GALLERY: http://bit.ly/anthro-gundam
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Tokyo Train Tech Fast-Mo:
The Yurikamome Line actually isn't a train, but an automated, guideway-directed set of cars on rubber wheels...essentially a really long bus with no driver. It flies high above roads, the Shinkansen and commuter rail tracks, weaving through skyscrapers to deliver citizens to various destinations - most of which are constructed on a big-ass artificial island. That's how Japan do, yo.
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In December of 2015, hundreds of the world’s most advanced robots crowded the massive Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center for the biennial iREX International Robot Exhibition. You might be surprised how well an iPhone 6s Plus does with that. • iREX by iPHONE VIDEO: http://bit.ly/irex-dubstepped
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In December of 2015, hundreds of the world’s most advanced robots crowded the massive Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center for the biennial iREX International Robot Exhibition. You might be surprised how well an iPhone 6s Plus does with that. • iREX by iPHONE VIDEO: http://bit.ly/irex-dubstepped
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In December of 2015, hundreds of the world’s most advanced robots crowded the massive Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center for the biennial iREX International Robot Exhibition. You might be surprised how well an iPhone 6s Plus does with that. • iREX by iPHONE VIDEO: http://bit.ly/irex-dubstepped
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Anthrobotic.com explores and shares technology ideas to accelerate and augment humanity’s linear understanding of an exponential phenomenon. And also to give praise and talk trash in sorta oddly punctuated dorky prose. Fun!

The site provides responsible tech coverage and original content served with a bit of levity and irreverence (sometimes a lot), some occasionally suspicious punctuation (profanity is a kind of punctuation), and a smartastic superiority complex. In sum, I bring the Technosnark.