It’s not easy being geeky.
[Image Credit: xkcd…who else?]
I would probably make coffee more at home if I had this. I would also probably have nightmares in that time period between the coffee maker coming on and the alarm going off.
Now it looks as though they’re here to stay Oh, I believe in yesterday
[Image Credit: Found on the Facebooks]
I am deliberately abusing my editorial powers to post this here just because it’s awesome. Nerds of the universe: sigh in unison.
As I said yesterday, Spring has yet to spring here in the Arctic Midwest. That doesn’t stop me from dreaming of vacation season and what adventures I may have. Hell, even Storm Troopers — the henchmen of evil — get a little vacation time.
[Image Credit: Surfing […]
The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park has started a new project. They are building a replica of the EDSAC computer, which put England on the map for computing excellence when it ran its first program — calculating a series of prime numbers — in 1949. Hit the jump for an overview of the project.
I don’t mean to start a debate on religion, but I think that we need to rethink how we define the world’s great religions.
[Image posted on George Takei’s Facebook. If you are the creator, contact us at tips at atomictoasters dot com and we’d be happy to give you all proper […]
Even Einstein knew it was good to relax some. Have a good weekend!
[Image Credit: Italdred on Tumblr (WARNING: Autoplay music)]
A friend of mine works for Henkel and worked on a product called Alodine EC2. Alodice EC2 is a titanium metal oxide (TiO2) coating for aluminum, titanium and other metals that doesn’t chip. Obviously, for materials like steel, if the coating is chipped then the inner metal can start corroding.
But that’s boring. What’s not boring is a company called Titanium Twister has used this technology to make a better replacement beater for the Kitchenaid Stand Mixer. OK, that’s not all that exciting, either. Until you start watching their videos about their better beater starring