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Cold Casting your 3D Prints: https://youtu.be/7VBVU3FNt-s

A number of interesting techniques in this video. I didn't even know silicone casting was feasible at home. Also: resins rock. 
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Watching the eclipse with coworkers. 
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Mysteries of the optics. But I think it's cool one can see the eclipse in
the reflection even though the sun was overexposed. Taken without filter,
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This sounds promising.
 
Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques - structures that are responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. If a...
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Yeah, that's science click bait. 
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Maybe triggering that room full of summoning traps was a bad idea... #pixeldungeon
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Not good news. " Since the global thermal maximum about 5,000 years ago, Greenland has cooled 5 degrees Fahrenheit, but in the last 50 years, it has warmed back up that amount and added a couple of degrees of warmth for good measure." 
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I'm going to miss walking straight out into downtown once the office moves to Arnulfpark. It's a nice place, particularly at dusk. 
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Part of the joy of moving: discovering that the Obi moving boxes were not up to the job. This one came apart while I was simply carrying it, not mishandling it in any way. 
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We did, but some were damaged and I let FabLab borrow some for their move. I've been looking for them since, but they seem to have vanished. 
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If you would just read this before spouting more nonsense about Vikings, I would be so happy.

Mind you, I may still 3D-print a drinking skull. 
There are many myths about the Vikings and here is a list of some of them
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Just as nobody reasonable would want to be a real 16th-century pirate, or invite one to their fancy-dress party, there are Vikings and there are Vikings. 
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These are all bad, but number 10 is particularly prevalent among German web sites.
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I saw a flock of minions on my way to work. 
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They were particularly miniony for the vests being quite a bit too large. 
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+Mickey Blake​ With shelves like these and appropriately printed playing pieces, one could play #SettlersOfCatan on the wall. 
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Quote of the day (through Helger Lipmaa on FB):

From Consciousness Explained by Daniel C. Dennett (Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1991):
"The juvenile sea squirt wanders through the sea searching for a suitable rock or hunk of coral to cling to and make its home for life. For this task it has a rudimentary nervous system. When it finds it's spot and takes root, it doesn't need its brain any more so it eats it. It's rather like getting tenure."
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Programmer. Swordfighter. Photographer. Reprapper. Enjoyer of fine marzipan.
Introduction
Google programmer by day, Viking warrior by weekend. When I put on my chain mail, all feels right in the world.
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Started 2 Belegarth realms
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Programming, swordfighting (Belegarth style), photographing, boardgaming, plantgrowing, and hugging.
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Top 10 Mistakes in Web Design
www.nngroup.com

The 10 most egregious UX offenses against users. Web design disasters and HTML horrors are legion, though many usability atrocities are less

If Carpenters Were Hired Like Programmers
www.dawood.in

Interviewer: So, you're a carpenter, are you? Carpenter: That's right, that's what I do. Interviewer: How long have you been doing it? Carpe

The Battle of Fort Frost
linefighting.blogspot.com

The following is based on a true story. Names and locations have been altered or omitted out of respect for the dead. Due to the graphic nat

Combined Scientific Efforts Find Unusual High-Temperature Superconductiv...
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Combining their experience and efforts, scientists from several leading organizations have discovered a very unusual type of electronic orde

Watch the world's largest solar power plant being built
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The Topaz Solar Farm (shown) has gone online in California's Carrizo Plain. The $2.5bn project spans 9.5 square miles and has nine million p

Pop Sonnets
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Old twists on new tunes, every Thursday.

Masters of Love
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Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity.

Toonhole | Sleeping Beauty
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Oh boy, do I know that feeling (^__^). Good one! Reply. Doomroar says: December 11, 2013 at 3:36 am. Looks like he is not that good at kissi

How To Conduct Your Own Google Ventures Design Sprint
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To mentor 150 startups in its portfolio Google Ventures developed a five-day design process. Here the methods mastermind Jake Knapp details

10 Shocking Photos of Fukushima Mutants
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Real life mutants from the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown.

Android is better
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It was just meant to be a quick experiment. I started using a Nexus 4. I was going to go right back to my iPhone after a week. I was designi

Crashing the Teacup
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Wired the Arduino back up after last time's oscilloscope adventures. Testing first with G1 [XYZE]nn commands, only X works. With homebrew fi

On Sexism in Publishing, or Why I'm Writing this Now Instead of Two Days...
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Highly simplified, the reason is the same one that kept me from pressing charges against my rapist: because I was scared. When I read Ann Ag

BIG NEWS – Hands on with CONTINUOUS raw recording on Canon 5D Mark III |...
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http://vimeo.com/66033769 Huge thanks go to A1ex, g3gg0, 1% and the whole Magic Lantern team. I have no other words to describe it - this is

Why does America lose its head over 'terror' but ignore its daily gun de...
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Michael Cohen: The marathon bombs triggered a reaction that is at odds with last week's inertia over arms control

Make Munich report
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The first maker faire in Southern Germany (or possibly in all of Germany) was Make Munich this weekend. I went Saturday, because I also want

Nice riddles, good group experience.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Really good burgers at quite reasonable prices, including regularly updated special burgers. If this place had been any more central, it would have been overrun.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A nice bar and restaurant with possibly the best Kaiserschmarrn in town. Friday and Saturday nights the bar aspect takes over, so do expect to go there for a quiet dinner then.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of my favorite places in the center of town. While not cheap by any stretch, it's not nearly as overpriced as other nearby places, and is quite charming rather than touristed. Their enclosed courtyard is lovely in the summer, a little oasis in a busy city.
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reviewed a year ago
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Possibly the best Thai food in town. Pricey by my standards, but totally worth it, and fast & friendly service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A charming little (quite small, in fact) traditional Bierstube with good food. The owners are quite friendly, and we enjoy returning there regularly. I particularly like their dish of Schnitzel and salad since it's traditional and delicious without being carb-heavy, unusual in Bavaria.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I love this place just for their selection of high-quality items rarely seen anywhere else. Yes, their prices are high, but the place is mostly devoid of plastic and electronics, and that makes it a special experience. It feels like going shopping in the 50ies!
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reviewed a year ago