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This is insane, yet fascinating. Also see solution link at bottom of page.
Brought to you by John McCarthy, creator of LISP.
new technology seems pretty complicated... but the presenter does a good job
flashy... i prefer the simplicity of kraftwerk's lighting/video design
from the page: "Unfortunately, we're not cool enough to run on your OS yet. We really wish we had a version of Photosynth that worked cross platform, but for now it only runs on Windows.

Trust us, as soon as we have a Mac version ready, it will be up and available on our site."
i'm in favor. like incandescent lightbulbs, wall-warts shouldn't be banned, but we can gain efficiency by replacing a lot of them
since money is getting tight, we may be seeing a lot more collections related technologies
low power nonvolatile replacement for DRAM & flash memory, currently in R&D
although a satire, this is exactly what happens when obscure older technology is compared to technology commonly in use. let's not disparage older tech! it still has its applications :)
a "laser harp"... it's neater than i expected!
i didn't realize we still have some privacy rights left... this seems to be a pivotal case
short 1950's documentary about television, pictures from the sky
1950s-era telegraphy -- a great piece of history. before there was email, there was the telegram
good news, this may help reduce the production cost of electric vehicles
tim hunkin... i never get enough of this guy :) hunkin demonstrates trial and error in industrial design
fantastic, very entertaining documentary on how the elevator works... i'm going to end up blogging this entire series




i love these shows... this one is a fascinating look at the technology & history of fax machines




damn fine introduction to computer technology, from the 1960's




energy from a radioactive source emitting beta particles (electrons)
yes! just another 10 years, and they'll have a small-enough, nice-enough looking OLED watch...
after reading this, bill shatner's twilight zone episode comes to mind :O nooooooooooooooooo!
"Films have a certain place in a certain time period. Technology is forever."
spare salmon sperm makes bulbs burn brighter.
eminent electrical engineer enthused about enhanced efficiency
this kind of pump is what's inside ink-jet printers
Hey, it's Windell -- welcome to S.U.! Readers take note: Check out Windell's "Pages I Like", 'cuz he includes links to his own Brilliant mad science projects, and doesn't always blog them. :)
Bezos compares the current state of the Internet to the gold rush and the early electric industry. He's a good speaker... I like that guy. :)
Great-looking shoes with a built-in impact absorbing spring for pain relief. Haven't tried them myself, but they're *super* cool & sexy! Many thanks to ar0cketman for the find.


Letter from Nikola Tesla questioning why engineers haven't built a more-efficient, hybrid car yet... in 1904!!
yay for new technology! lifted from fidlet