Off topic fun

A Boy And His Atom

What can you make out of few atoms? This Stop Motion Movie Is Animated Using Individual Atoms article tells that researchers at IBM take a break from exploring the limits of data storage at the molecular level—and instead make stop motion films, animated entirely with individual atoms. This is the result: A Boy And His

Friday Fun: Car key Hack

Your daily commuting can become mundane and boring. Hilarious Car Key Hack Lets You Drive It Like You Stole It article shows how you can easily spice things up with this clever hack that makes it feel like you’ve just jacked someone’s ride. All you need is an old screwdriver—the more worn it is the

Friday Fun: Party robot bartender

Bartenders beware: A robotic drink-dispensing rig is aiming to steal your customers while pouring cocktail creations at the push of a touchscreen button. This Open Source Robot Bartender Pours the Perfect Mix article tells about bartender robot that the creators call Bartendro: Operated through an iPad interface, this device holds up to 15 bottles of

Friday fun: Overly attached girlfriend spy device

Do you still remember Overly Attached Girlfriend meme? Hacking a radio controlled spy device for overly attached girlfriend page has yet another update to this theme: a special DIY spy device. Hacking a radio controlled spy device for overly attached girlfriend article has also information how it was built.

Friday Fun: AC vs DC human pain test

I just wrote Will DC Power Distribution Make a Comeback? posting and this Friday Fun video AC vs DC human pain test is somewhat related to it. The Pain of Electricity (AC versus DC) shows you how painful AC and DC are, and is there a difference between them. Check out this informative, yet admittedly

Friday Fun: DRM chair

Taking DRM further than it’s gone before. DRM (Digital Rights Management) is something that we often just have to put-up-with in software and digital media files. Obviously DRM is a great tool for companies point of view to make sure we only use software and data as they intended, but outside planned obsolescence, there isn’t