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A flying service tray, mounted on miniature, remote-controlled helicopter rotor blades, serves sushi at a Yo! Sushi restaurant in London on June 10. The restaurant chain is trying the gadget as a way to ease the burden on the wait staff. The flying tray is controlled through an iPad & can move as fast as 25 miles per hour.
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A blog by Stephen Von Worley, featuring original articles on art, science, photography, life, and other interesting things.
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Privacy visor glasses jam facial recognition systems to protect your privacy
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My first PCB (converts 12vdc to 500vdc) It was for a gauss gun. The only IC used was a 555 timer.
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This book is aimed at newcomers to the field of logical reasoning, particularly those who, to borrow a phrase from Pascal, are so made that they understand best through visuals. I have selected a small set of common errors in reasoning and visualized them using memorable illustrations that are supplemented with lots of examples. The hope is that the reader will learn from these pages some of the most common pitfalls in arguments and be able to ...
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Bengaluru celebrates World Kitchen Garden Day on August 25 - Monsoon is a good time to get inspired to do vegetable gardening. Get some inspiration this weekend, from 8th edition of the Oota From Your Thota! http://ow.ly/2zeXqU
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"In the middle of my PhD, I reached a point where I was completely and hopelessly stuck. Every avenue of research that I tried led to a dead end. It seemed like my basic assumptions just stopped working. I felt like a pilot flying through the mist and I lost all sense of direction…I stopped shaving; I found it very difficult to get up in the morning. I decided and I felt that I was unworthy of stepping into the gates of the university because I was not like Einstein or Newton or, in fact, any other scientist whose results I had learned about, because no one ever told me that scientists get stuck. So I couldn’t be a scientist.

…And I noticed — maybe there’s a pattern here. I asked the other graduate students and they said, “Yeah! That’s exactly what happened to us — expect nobody told us. We studied science for thousands of hours, but not one hour of the actual doing of science: how to go into the unknown, what happens when you do research. We were taught that science is a series of logical steps, but it’s nothing like that when you actually do research.”

From biologist Uri Alon’s TEDxLausanne talk: “We have to change the culture of science to do better research.”
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What do you do if the power is out, but you need to charge your cell phone to make an emergency phone call? In this episode of DIY Hacks & How To’s, Jason Poel Smith shows you how to tap the power flowing from your phone line. http://bit.ly/10k4SNZ
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How could this device not remind you of the original Macintosh?

It's got that cute little shape, seems like a toy at first, but in so many ways is a turning point in the computer manufacturing revolution.  I'm really impressed not only with the device, but with the software Otherfab is developing seems really sweet.  And as with any revolution, you can be confident that this is not the last device you'll see from this team.  I'm even more excited about some of the other machines following along behind.

(I should disclose that Otherfab, the group that is kickstarting this device, is a unit inside Otherlab, my son-in-law +saul griffith's company.  I'm biased, and I've seen this under development for some time, but my judgment is not influenced by that fact.  Just watch me slag on Saul some time, and you'd realize I only praise stuff I like.  :-)
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