conner_bw writes: "Researchers have successfully stored a single data bit in only 12 atoms. Currently it takes about a million atoms to store a bit on a modern hard-disk, the researchers from IBM say. They believe this is the world's smallest magnetic memory bit. Moore's law is on the way out the door."
conner_bw writes: A new rant from a persuasive source attempts to convince interface designers to to look beyond the current mobile and tablet trends. "Are we really going to accept an Interface Of The Future that is less expressive than a sandwich?" Mmm, sandwich.
conner_bw writes: "What if making an acoustic instrument was a matter of hitting “print”? MIT Media Lab researcher Amit Zoran did just that. He created a flute using the Objet Geometries Connex500 3D printer. The instrument is playable and the results are surprisingly good for a first attempt. As an aside, rumour has it that Amit has a bumper sticker that reads: My other printer prints food."