Dude has not gotten a Dell.
It wasn't a comment on what he does with his grandkids. That's great and all that.
It was a comment on this being newsworthy, when the application of Lego was quite underwhelming.
Actually pretty lame.
I mean, not only did he use a CAD program for a box with 4 arms, it doesn't even look "cool"... No lego fins, etc. Not even a minifig in a cockpit. It looks like every other quad-copter.
am shifting my interweb searching to search engines that don't productize me.
Gah. This may have been a threadjack, but I just spent 15 minutes reading wikipedia Golden Girls-related articles. (3 of the four are dead now)
I saw this last week... In Saint Paul, MN. Where it started running 5 years ago. (Chicago is a recent expansion.)
Good show. I suggest going to see it next year.
This must be where The Lost City of Pnakotus was located!
The story itself might not seem particularly geek/news/thought-worthy until you start thinking about it.
What procedures are there to protect property in hospitals? Having worked in an ER, it was often "get a hospital volunteer to put clothes in a brown paper bag and write illegibly what is in there". Surely we could find better and more secure ways of doing this. We're talking about property, wallets, rings etc of a person who may be unconscious and is definitely vulnerable. Can't we do better than a brown bag?
This goes to questions over tissue rights over removed organs (always a confusing area of law), who is responsible for the property of an unconscious person, and who is responsible for property attached to removed tissue (or a removed arm for that matter).
I'd say it's sufficiently geeky, if you think about it.
I just added this video to Stumble. Long live the parodies.
had a vacation in Texas, did about 2,500 pictures...
No goats to see, though?
Maybe it's time to set up a nation on Antarctica. Viva la settling!