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Miscellaneous Robot Games, Winter Exam, George School 2013-14

Some of the “events” during the Computer Programming & Robotics Winter Exam at George School included Robot Dance, Robot Shapes, and Proximity Tower Challeng…

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Miscellaneous Robot Games, Winter Exam, George School 2013-14

Miscellaneous Robot Games, Winter Exam, George School 2013-14

Some of the “events” during the Computer Programming & Robotics Winter Exam at George School included Robot Dance, Robot Shapes, and Proximity Tower Challeng…
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Novena, The Crowdsourced, Fully-Open Laptop, Is Shipping This Winter

Screen Shot 2014-05-18 at 1.45.18 PM Hardware magician Bunnie Huang’s Novena laptop, a completely open source computing machine, is fully funded and will ship in January. There are thirteen hours left in the crowdfunding effort but so far the system has surpassed its goal of $ 100,000 and is one course to raise over $ 500,000. Read More

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Novena, The Crowdsourced, Fully-Open Laptop, Is Shipping This Winter

Screen Shot 2014-05-18 at 1.45.18 PM Hardware magician Bunnie Huang’s Novena laptop, a completely open source computing machine, is fully funded and will ship in January. There are thirteen hours left in the crowdfunding effort but so far the system has surpassed its goal of $ 100,000 and is one course to raise over $ 500,000. Read More

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Novena, The Crowdsourced, Fully-Open Laptop, Is Shipping This Winter

Screen Shot 2014-05-18 at 1.45.18 PM Hardware magician Bunnie Huang’s Novena laptop, a completely open source computing machine, is fully funded and will ship in January. There are thirteen hours left in the crowdfunding effort but so far the system has surpassed its goal of $ 100,000 and is one course to raise over $ 500,000. Read More

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Engadget’s smartphone buyer’s guide: winter 2014 edition

You don’t need to cast bones or read entrails to know that smartphones arrive in predictable cycles. February, home of Mobile World Congress, is likely to see the launch of new handsets from heavy hitters like HTC, Samsung and LG. Those new flagships…

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Engadget laptop buyer’s guide: winter 2014 edition

CES has been over for a month now, which means it’s high time we update all our buyer’s guides with some of the new stuff that was just announced. In the coming weeks, we’ll have fresh tablet and phone picks, but today, we’re all about the laptops….

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Motorola gets snowed in, delays Moto G shipments due to winter storm

Winter storm Dion has been wreaking icy havoc across the US for a few days, but now it’s hitting technophiles where it hurts: phone shipments. Customers who pre-ordered the Moto G have been receiving emails from Motorola, explaining that bad weather …

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Snow Circles: One Man’s Winter Crop Circles

snow-stomping-patterns-1.jpg These are a bunch of the different geometric patterns developed by artist Simon Beck marching around in the snow of France. Exactly how he understands exactly what the design he’s developing will look like from above when he can only see it at ground-level is beyond me, however I presume he does the exact same thing individuals who make crop-circles do: leaves it to the aliens. There’s no chance one dude trudging around in the snow made these. Just joking, I make certain he did. I just say that since I made a comparable snow design this winter so I understand it’s possible. “You make a giant penis.” Exactly how did you understand? “I drove by your residence this early morning.” Stunning, isn’t really it? Nature’s perfect shape. Keep going for a lot more of Simon’s work.

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Journalists reportedly banned from Instagramming 2014 Winter Olympics

Authorities for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are reportedly drawing a line in the sand between professional photographers and casual Instagrammers. According to Russian news outlets, journalists who use their phones, tablets, or pocket cameras to capture the Winter Games will be summarily stripped of their credentials and lose their professional accreditation.

Vasily Konov, head of Russia’s state-run R-Sport news agency, reportedly delivered the stringent decision on Friday in a training seminar for print journalists preparing for the Games, which are set to begin on February 7th. According to Svoboda.org, while normal spectators are permitted to photograph the Olympics on their phones to their hearts’ content, journalists…

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