Weekly Metapost : 2012.05.18 - 2012.05.25

03.00.02 - Mark

Weekly Metapost from May 18th, 2012 to May 25th, 2012

Elsewhere Online [collection of past links]

Tagged : apple front row hacks mac software

Somehow I missed the memo about Apple killing Front Row in 10.7, something I didn't use often, but still liked. Fortuatly there's a convient fix for it, and the various patches I talked about in 2010 still work, assuming you can find the downloads.

Food for Thought [other noteworthy books]

Feynman [Hardcover] Rated 5.0 stars for Feynman [Hardcover]

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Weekly Metapost : 2012.05.11 - 2012.05.18

03.00.02 - Mark

Weekly Metapost from May 11th, 2012 to May 18th, 2012

Elsewhere Online [collection of past links]

Tagged : 3d printers cameras hacks ideas MAKE todo

I've been wanting to get an AC adapter for my digital cameras for a while now, and while I have the power supplies needed, the adapter component has been a question for a while. Just buy a complete set and accept the cost, or buy one hope I can find a quitable adapter for my cobbled together power supply? I see something like this and I'm that much more sure I want a 3d printer and a cnc milling machine. [via adafruit]

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Weekly Metapost : 2012.05.04 - 2012.05.11

03.00.03 - Mark

Weekly Metapost from May 4th, 2012 to May 11th, 2012

Eye Candy [list of other movies]

Moneyball (2011) Rated 4.0 stars for Moneyball (2011)
Real Steel (2011) Rated 4.5 stars for Real Steel (2011)

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Weekly Metapost : 2012.04.27 - 2012.05.04

03.00.02 - Mark

Weekly Metapost from April 27th, 2012 to May 4th, 2012

Elsewhere Online [collection of past links]

Tagged : articles instruments new york times nytimes photos piano Steinway

II'm not a piano player, but a well made instrument is a piece of art as much as it is a tool. The amount of work that goes into one like a Steinway is unquestionabl impressive.

Tagged : 007 geek hack make videos youtube

So in James Bond's Tomorrow Never Dies, they dreamed up a car that Bond could drive with his cell phone. While that movie is 15 years old, a couple thusand dollars and you can drive a car with an iPhone. Admittedly there's no video feed (yet) so it's ore of an oversized RC car, but it's still pretty cool (and comes with some instructions and software…) [via adafruit]

Tagged : culture history ideas opinions politics slate society thoughtful

Interesting argument. Why do we celebrate the "talentless" when we used to celebrate the "talentless" along side the intellectuals. I think theres some fallacy on both ends of the author's timeline, but I think the point is the more important. Why do we no longer celebrate the most intellegent and creative? There are some that we do, the mainstream list is pretty small compared to the athletes, musicians and actors. While I don't think it's a social equivilent to Harrison Bergeron where we celebrate the average amd penalize the truely skilled, there are times when it seems close, I mean how many sceintists and surgeons do we have in political office?

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