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This TED Talk is a little mindblowing. Embrace your inner nerd (even if you don’t think you have one) and marvel at where technology could be headed. Then consider that this technology is being developed by the government, and wonder what we don’t know about the real cutting edge, and worry about the unintended consequences […]
I don’t usually stray into poetry and literature here at No Longer Normal, but this was an interesting exploration of visual and poetry. Also, Billy Collins has an amazingly entertaining delivery, and the poem about an adolescent girl at the end is hilarious. It is worth the whole thing just for that!
This idea might change the world …
After learning about the ability to “paint” grass (or clover or ivy) on a wall, comes this: (HT: John Chase)
But apparently, you can now plant seeds on a vertical wall by basically “painting” them on. This is oddly intriguing. HT: John Chase via Google+
I wonder if someday we’ll be along for the automated ride like this. Of course, real world roads aren’t as linear. (HT: Gene Rohrbaugh)