blog - archive
[21:08] Justine Haupt built a cellphone with a rotary dial. (see also)
[04:32] Great Ball Contraptions fascinate me. Most of the time the modules are fairly plain and just get the job done, but occasionally you'll come across a real gem.
[22:01] Jason Allemann built a Tensegrity Sculpture MOC, also providing a parts list and building instructions. That's cool!
[21:56] Finland added the demoscene to it's inventory of intangible cultural heritage.
[20:17] rachelbythebay suggests trying a Linux speedrun.
[05:26] Conforming to standard frequencies is not only important to people dealing with radio or wifi, but for animals, too.
[22:04] Police in Tunisia have robots on patrol. I dearly hope they work better than, for example, this one and that one.
[21:17] Seems like I missed a few new tilde servers. Among those the first Windows tilde. That was unexpected.
[20:05] Fold'NFly has a database of paper airplane designs. I'll have to try a few of those.