You have to admit that 3-D printing is pretty cool. Just build a model in software and see it made real before your eyes. It’s like half of a Star Trek transporter. But of course, it’s just like everything: fun … Read More
Folks of, um, a certain age will no doubt recall the Moog synthesizer and its unique sound. Today would have been the 78th birthday of its inventor, Bob Moog, and Google has an interactive Moog synth you can actually play … Read More
David Peter is a student at RIT who is also the only deaf person at 1000memories, a San Francisco startup.
Lots of politicians and business leaders says lots of things about education, jobs and technology but until we reform the H-1B visa program jobs are going to leave the US for overseas. The only shortage is in the number of … Read More
Chris Fenton built a 1/10th scale Cray-1 supercomputer that actually runs Cray code. But despite receiving a Cray disk pack he’s unable to boot the machine, so if you have experience booting a Cray-1 let Chris know.
MIT has built a high speed video camera system that can take 1 Trillion frames per second. Yes, you read that correctly. Extreme Tech has a video describing how it works.
A new study suggests very few startup businesses are dynamic. I worked for a couple of small tech businesses over the years. Neither was a big innovator. One was in telecom and I worked on devices to extract call information … Read More
Steve Denning, writing in Forbes, explains Why Amazon Can’t Make A Kindle In the USA. Please read this article. Then read it again. Then read parts 2 and 3 twice. I’ve been talking about this for years but it takes … Read More