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Rubics Cube World Record Solving

by Miriam - December 5th, 2016

Very cool.

And… if you want to see an insane 17x17x17 Rubic’s cube solving video (done by human hand and brain):

And… so insane that only a computer can do it:

OK GO The One Moment

by Miriam - December 2nd, 2016

Check out OKGO’s newest video. The way they manipulate time and perspective to capture a moment is amazing.

And, check out the “behind the scenes” video to see the thinking and planning that went into the video:

5 Fun Facts About Coffee

by Miriam - November 28th, 2016

Because – lawlatte.

Happy Thanksgiving from Lawlatte

by Miriam - November 24th, 2016

Taken at Shades State Park, early November.


Fun with Drones for Christmas

by Miriam - November 22nd, 2016

Disney and Intel team up for a terrific 300-drone light show for the holidays. It takes special permission from FAA to deploy a drone swarm (technically, ‘drone fleet’).

Another drone light show from Intel – provides a behind the scenes look at the technology:

FutureLawyer’s Next Office

by Miriam - November 18th, 2016

FutureLawyer comments on various alternative office options in his terrific lawyer tech blog.  However, I don’t think he’s ever considered a retired 727.

Ports of Indiana Explore Options for Fourth Port

by Miriam - November 15th, 2016

Port information starts at 0:55

Inside INdiana Business

Why is this categorized as “Agriculture? More than 1/3 of the shipborne freight at Indiana Ports is corn. Other agriculture products at Indiana Ports include ethanol, soybean meal, and fertilizer.

Why we need the Electoral College

by Miriam - November 11th, 2016

In case you need a refresher:

Excellent video – clear and easy to understand.

Heal the World – Maati Baani

by Miriam - November 3rd, 2016


by Miriam - October 31st, 2016


Let’s Do the Time Warp Again – for Halloween

by Miriam - October 31st, 2016

Happy Halloween!

How Many Drones Does it take to Screw in a Lightbulb

by Miriam - October 28th, 2016

Easier said than done.

How the World Works

by Miriam - October 24th, 2016

money-treeEconomics in One Lesson, by Henry Hazlitt. First published in 1964, is a timeless look at economics – both theory and application. If you want to start to understand the world in which we live, read this.

Free download. No excuses.

Wannabe – Spice Girls

by Miriam - October 21st, 2016

I never followed the Spice Girls back in the ’90s, though I certainly heard them on the radio. Found this song on YouTube when looking for something else (which is usually when I find interesting things). The song is fun and catchy, and has been used and abused, like any good pop song.

What’s interesting about this video is that it’s shot entirely in one take. These days, single-camera, single-take productions are rare.


Animal Domestication verses Taming

by Miriam - October 17th, 2016

Another great video from CGP Grey – your source for an interesting look at how things happened in culture and science.

Fun fact: Domestication is changing an animal over time to make it better serve humans, taming is changing a single animal’s behavior so it doesn’t freak out around humans. (Their term)