There is no denying that there has been a lot of innovation in printing technology.
People are finding old stuff all the time but I am pretty sure you have never found one of the oldest known pieces of our Earth’s crust hiding away up in the attic.
Mad scientists are a staple of science fiction movies but it seems that they are starting to invade the real world. I mean, come on, what else can you think when you read a news item that says that scientists are working on injecting cockroaches with nanobots.
High-speed rail is a kind of transportation holy grail that seems to forever elude the United States for reasons that range from lack of will to outright lobbying against any proposals for it. Primarily though it is claimed that the cost to build them would be just too high.
On one hand LaCie makes some really nice external hard drive storage products but on the other hand it appears that they don’t pay much attention to the security of their website all that well.
Even though Microsoft is doing everything it possibly can to drive a stake through the heart of the unwilling to die Windows XP there are one part of XP that people will always remember – the Bliss wallpaper that adorned millions of desktops.
I have to admit that that headline is not one that I ever expected to write but thanks to lead researcher Dr. Anthony Atala, director of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine, it is now a part of the blog’s history.
Excuse my while I get my drool towel early because man oh man is this post making me more envious than a geek at a PAX Convention.