Wow – the Internet has changed a little since 1984. Here’s how you get email in the ’80’s: Check out the password. And the “software transmission” at the end of the broadcast. Psychadelic.
Archive for the 'Coffe Break' Category
This is a terrific Coffee Break – This is an overview video about the history and purpose of mathematics, and particularly about all the different kinds of math and what each is about. 10 minutes well-spent. My favorite observation: “Some infinities are bigger than others.”
Drone technology continues to evolve. ICYMI, here’s the Lady Gaga intro to halftime including the drone backdrop video from the Superbowl (due to NFL restrictions, you’ll need to click through to view the first video directly on YouTube): Here’s the “behind the scenes” (more promotional than informational, but still of interest): Fun facts: – These […]
Austin Granger, from Minnesota, USA, a 23-year-old University of Minnesota computer science undergraduate built this machine. What a resume’-builder. Learn more about the story, here: K’Nex Guinness World Record
A typical and unremarkable 80’s song by Cheap Trick – didn’t even break into the charts. Released in 1986, the most remarkable thing about this video is that it is the first commercial, main-stream video to incorporate ASL into the video and include an interpreter box in the bottom corner. It’s worth the coffee break […]
Chipotle is my favorite flavor. I now have an appreciation for the time and effort that goes into the production of Tabasco.
Who knew? Now that I know the formula, tune in next year for my #1 Christmas hit.
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:
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:
Because – lawlatte.
Taken at Shades State Park, early November.
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: