With hopes dimming that Kaiba would survive, doctors tried the medical equivalent of a "Hail Mary" pass. Using an experimental technique never before tried on a human, they created a splint made out of biological material that effectively carved a path through Kaiba's blocked airway. What makes this a medical feat straight out of science fiction: The splint was created on a three-dimensional printer.Read more »
Direct download Liberator 3D-Printable gun cad file (not a torrent file).Read more »
Editor at Forbes challenges a staffer to test the legitimacy of bitcoin...“Don’t just buy Bitcoin. Live on it for a week.”Read more »
Jeff Berwick talks about Bitcoin and the future of Bitcoin ATMs on CNBCRead more »
I was listening to this weeks Puke & The Gang when Ian was a guest. The men & Woman were discussing Electric Cars, Hybrids, Diesels, & BIODiesel cars and such....I think this would be a excellent topic & how government is envolved with keeping some info from consumers. Willie Nelson is owner of a BIODiesel Company he sells at (I think it's) Carl's Truck Stop in Texas. (Research needed here). Any how just a thought.Read more »
This is a talk by Bitcoin core developer Mike Hearn of Google where he discusses "The future of Bitcoin: new applications and rebuilding the banking system" at the London Bitcoin Conference 2012. Watch it to learn how Bitcoin can revolutionize more than "just" money.Read more »
This video introduces people the new search engine where people can share their 3D files to be used with 3D printers. The found even makes reference to bitcoin in the video. These printers have become very affordable in a very short period of time.Read more »
An open letter from bunnie, author of Hacking the Xbox:
No Starch Press and I have decided to release this free ebook version of Hacking the Xbox in honor of Aaron Swartz. As you read this book, I hope that you’ll be reminded of how important freedom is to the hacking community and that you’ll be inclined to support the causes that Aaron believed in.
We know how it is. Taking entire minutes away from the important things in life (i.e., reading Cracked) to address the necessities that keep your whole world from crumbling into shambles around you ... it's a total drag, man. Well, not to worry, because the technology of the future has got your (lazy) ass covered.
Yeah, you industrious types who take great joy in doing difficult tasks -- go clean your gutters. For the rest of our lazy brethren who are still reading this, probably from bed, we're here to tell you that the future is bright. This is thanks to ...
"They herald 3D Printing as a revolutionary and disruptive technology, but how will these printers truly affect our society? 3D Printing could have a game-changing impact on consumer culture, copyright and patent law, and even the very concept of scarcity on which our economy is based. From at-home repairs to new businesses, from medical to ecological developments, 3D Printing has an undeniably wide range of possibilities which could profoundly change our world."
Ironically, they include this disclaimer/notice (emphasis added):Read more »
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