The Super Awesome Micro Project: A full sized Lego car, with an engine made from Lego that runs on air.
Known as the Copenhagen Wheel, the device is comprised of a self-contained motor and batteries that snap onto the back of an ordinary bicycle, instantly transforming it into a hybrid electric vehicle with social media capabilities.
At this point, there’s a good chance you’ve seen pictures of Apple’s proposed new headquarters — a 2.8-million-square-foot spaceship parked in a verdant man-made forest in the northeast corner of Cupertino. Since the first dozen or so renderings trickled out in 2011, however, we haven’t gotten a much better sense of what all the new campus will entail or what it will be like to work there. Until now. Apple may be known for its secrecy, but buried in Cupertino’s municipal archive is a wealth of detail on the project — including more than 20 previously unseen renderings of the new campus.
Cartoonist John Atkinson gently reminds us the seeds of today’s most popular social networks existed well before the internet…
Tired of the weather person being wrong all the time? Well this weather tool never fails.
The odd looking fruit is a major source of food in Micronesia, especially in the atolls. The tree’s leaves are often used as flavoring for sweet dishes, and are also said to have medicinal properties,the oil to cure headaches and the flowers to cure constipation.