If you are struggling to follow Wired’s 2010 instructions because you can’t find a copy of “Stanza Book Restore Tool”, then look no further.
Chrissy’s pet yam is trying to escape it’s cage. / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1cnVxwy
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What is he building in there? / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1fyHQii
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Does this theme sound familiar? It’s from a 1942 film called KING’S ROW.
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If you like jazz but have never heard this album from Leonard Bernstein, where he explains, in his own inimitable style, the history of and concepts behind jazz, then you have missed out. This album was my first introduction to the wonders of Bernstein and massively increased my appreciation of jazz. Bernstein was a brilliant educator – and not only regarding classical music.
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What would you do differently if the government regular paid you a basic living wage every month, no strings attached?
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Spider silk is the toughest known material made by organisms, more than 10 times stronger than Kevlar. Now scientists have enhanced it with carbon nanotubes, making it even tougher than normal spider silk and electrically conductive as well, findings that could lead to novel silk-based electronics.
The natural fiber’s strength makes it potentially valuable in a wide range of commercial applications. Researchers are also investigating its medical potential— for instance, they might find use in artificial skin or synthetic tendons.
It can also contract greatly, suggesting it could serve in artificial muscles for robots or prosthetic limbs. For instance, a spider silk fiber only 1 millimeter thick could lift a 5 kilogram weight, suggesting it can carrying out 50 times more work than a comparable amount of biological muscle.
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Brilliant and profound speech by everyone’s favourite comedian-pianist-actor (and the best thing about the woeful most-recent season of Californication), Tim Minchin.
“Searching for meaning is like searching for a rhyme scheme in a cookbook: you won’t find it and you’ll bugger up your soufflé.”