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St Vincent - The Strangers

2009 Mar 10, 12:36PermalinkCommentsmusic mp3 the-strangers st-vincent

Gelber Sackbaum at Tollwood Christmas Market

2009 Jan 5, 4:09

sequelguy posted a photo:

Gelber Sackbaum at Tollwood Christmas Market

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Keepon lite coming soon? - Short Sharp Science - New Scientist

2008 Nov 13, 10:30"There was bittersweet news for Keepon fans last month. The funky fuzzy yellow robot - pictured - is to be released commercially. But it won't come cheap - it carries a $30,000 price tag."PermalinkCommentskeepon robot dance humor video

Yellow Dots of Mystery: Is Your Printer Spying on You?

2008 Oct 23, 11:27Informative and humorous video on the topic of printer tracking dots. "Most color laser printers and color copiers are designed to print invisible tracking codes across every single printed page of their output. These codes reveal which machine produced a document and, in some cases, when the document was printed or copied."PermalinkCommentshumor video security privacy eff printer

w/ extra duck. - a set on Flickr

2008 Jul 1, 12:13Famous pieces of art with a yellow rubber duck added.PermalinkCommentsart humor flickr paintings duck

Identifying Vegetables with 20q Pocket Mind Reader

2008 Feb 26, 2:24

A shallot sliced in two.At the grocery store the other day Sarah and I attempted to find shallot for a recipe, but I can't tell the difference between shallot, sweet onions, yellow onions, etc. etc. We found something that we decided was the closest we'd find in the store and I believe we picked correctly because at checkout the cashier rang it up as shallot.

I think this could be a practical problem that the 20q Pocket Mind Reader should be able to solve: obtain the name of an unidentified object. When we got home I decided to test the 20q Pocket Mind Reader on shallot. Unfortunately, it told me I had an onion, but I think if these were designed for identifying unknown objects based solely on information you can obtain by looking at it, rather than requiring knowledge of seeds, where it grows, etc. it would do better. Or I could just ask someone who works at the grocery store.

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Dancing Yellow Robot

2007 Aug 17, 6:33PermalinkCommentskeepon youtube video personal cute robot nontechnical

New Scientist Technology Blog: Little yellow robot gets dancefloor company

2007 Aug 16, 8:47More from Keepon the yellow blog dancing robot.PermalinkCommentsrobot robots dancing video music youtube keepon
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