From Engadget. Here is a set of refridgerator magnets made up of a 16 character LCD display. The magnets can recognize what other parts of speech are nearby and adjust themselves to make poetry without user interaction. And if you don’t like what comes up, you can shake a magnet to change its word.
As you compose a poem, placing words in grammatical order, the magnets communicate with each other to learn the grammar rules you are using.
Once they are ‘trained’, the magnets can change the words they are displaying to substitute words that don’t fit the established grammar rules, like an autocorrect function.
[tags]Poetry, magnets, Cool[/tags]
Ahhhh, when the scammers get scammed.
The opposite of super-mega-ultra-extra precision watches so many watch makers are advertising now.
From the golden days of BBSes.
[tags]Ascii art, BBS[/tags]
Over at EFF (support this group if you don’t already – they work to protect our digital rights), there is an article about how some Senators are turning against the broadcast flag. The reason for this is they now see that the broadcast flag would make Senator Stevens’ ipod fairly worthless. This matters, because Senator Stevens is one of the original proponents of the bill.
[tags]Broadcast flag, EFF, Digital rights[/tags]
Cool extension for Firefox. See thumbnails of all your tabs.
Old pictures with modern twists.
These just need to be seen. I can’t give them valid description.
[tags]Remote control, steam, Cool[/tags]