Reality Checks: Programmable Friendship Bracelets, Cursing the Book Thieves, ROBOT FOOTBALL, and the Operating System that Brings us Closer to God
- Tween girls are getting the best wearables on the market so far. Personally, I’m hoping jewelbots’ haptic signal feature leads to a resurgence in Morse code, because if Kids These Days (TM) start communicating clandestinely in class via morse code through their friendship bracelets, that will make me SO HAPPY. Also jealous. (via Wired)
- Tips from the middle ages on preventing book theft. (via Medieval Books)
- America is #1 in robot football! (via Al Jazeera)
- Not actually news, but news to me: there is an operating system created by a man who claimed to have followed orders from God in making it. 640×480 is God’s own resolution, folks. (via Wikipedia, yes I know )
Featured image credit: Ian Burt via Flickr (and it’s a photo of a cartoon by the wonderful Gary Larsen)
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