Big blue cock erected on fourth plinth in Londons Trafalgar Square | Art and design | The Guardian.
Month: July 2013
I was wondering if any of my tech-head buddies with an 80s pedigree might have one of these knocking around that they don’t want any
Thank you NASA and Cassini. Could this photo become as well known and recognised as the Earthrise photo captured during the moon landings? For
Robot Parts and Hydrogen Cell Technology | Active Robots. Discovered this by accident today. I hadn’t realised consumer hydrogen generators had gone mainstream. Very cool.
Ok, that’s an interesting place to put a fire exit. But it gets more intriguing as we zoom out… So what’s down there? As usual
“… the first test flights could happen in 2019″ By that reckoning I might still be in with a chance of getting into orbit before I’m
Nutshell Electronic GEAK Watch smart watches.
Oh the fun we could have with this: U.S. Emergency Alert System open to more zombie hackers after accidental SSH key disclosure | ZDNet.
Added today: The ups and downs of hardware hacking, and the creations that emerge (for better or worse) starting now over at hardware hacks.