Posts Tagged: tesla

This Week in Short Fiction

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Tomorrow night, we denizens of planet Earth will gather with friends and family, or with complete strangers at a bar somewhere, or with a mob of people in an over-crowded and freezing square, or we will stay home alone, taking a bubble bath and with a bottle of wine (or two), and enjoy our solitude because […]

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Morning Coffee

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The wall of knowledge. On the more misconceived Popular Mechanics ideas. P. William’s “The Finishing Touch” is exactly the kind of performance art we can get behind. Nikola Tesla’s Christmas gift for the world, circa 1900. Man returns library book 54 years late. Unfolding the earth.

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Are these really advances?

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I think I mixed some Haterade in with my coffee this morning, because the technology news has me shaking my head and wondering if some of these things being touted as breakthroughs are really all that awesome. Rik Fairlie at Gadgetwise seems unduly excited about a new camera from Samsung. Its big achievement? A second […]

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