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Things to consider.
Why there are so many wallets on Kickstarter.
One NASA team wants to send a submarine to explore the oceans of Titan
another is apparently serious about building a Star Trek style warp drive.
An excellent, old Paul Graham essay on being an outsider.
Tesla is open sourcing (ish?) their patents.
Apple buying Beats + encouraging headphones to use Lightning connectors = An interesting shift.
How Seattle's new minimum wage could spur automation of low-wage jobs.
Bill Gates reviews a book on building materials.
Arup, 3DSystems, and Within Labs are working on DMLS building components.
A great profile of Xiaomi, the Chinese handset manufacturer.
Factorli is working to help startups prototype and manufacture medium-size hardware runs
Ford is teaming with Heinz to find automotive uses
for tomato scraps
"Bipedal Humanoid Robot That Makes Humans Laugh With Use of the Method of Comedy and Affects Their Psychological State Actively."
A 3D printer is going to the ISS this summer.
Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs.
Xerox's transportation logistics business is
An interview with the head of freight rail operations at the NYCEDC.
Amazon is apparently planning a local services marketplace.
The University of Michigan is building an urban test course for autonomous cars.
iOS8 will scramble users' MAC addresses for privacy.
Doctors on Quora on how revolutionary HealthKit could be.
A very fun review of the 1984 Mercedes Benz 300TD wagon.
On LeBron's leg cramping and the pseudoscience of sports hydration
Nate Silver compares Eric Cantor's loss to an earthquake.
Stuff that doesn't fit into my dumb/arbitrary categories.
A computer called "Eugene" passed the Turing Test
(haters gonna hate, but whatever - it's philosophy).
Junto, Benjamin Franklin's mutual improvement club.
John F. Simon's 1996 piece "Every Icon" generates every possible combination of 32x32 pixel icons.
It's possible that not everyone saw the excellent NYer spoof on the NYTimes dialect quiz. That should change.
FiveThirtyEight's is searching for America's best burrito.
Arnell's "Breathtaking" is the most amazing brand study you've ever seen
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