On Reddit, u/liluberninjadl posted this tiny 3D-printed GPU which, on close inspection, turns out to be a thumbdrive. You won't be mining or gamering with it, but isn't it adorable?
Cremation Solutions offers 3D-printed busts of the deceased's head to hold their ashes. The prices range from $600 to $2,600 depending on the size. Think of it as having your ashes scattered in the Uncanny Valley. From Print Media Centr: The Vermont-based company informs customers on its website that the urn does not come with… READ THE REST
When I was a kid growing up in the 60s and 70s, I lived for the Vac-u-Form, the Thingmaker, and Creepy Crawlers. This video looks at the long, circuitous history of Creepy Crawlers, from its roots as a Vac-u-Form accessory to several generations of dedicated Thingmakers to the Bug Maker injection molding toy to the… READ THE REST
Riverhead, New York is on the east side of Long Island, not far from the Hamptons. And there you can buy a 3-bedroom, 2-bath house for $300,000—about half of the average new home cost in the area—that was entirely 3D-printed. From CNN: The company can set up its Autonomous Robotic Construction System (ARCS) at a… READ THE REST
In your eternal search to cool up your home — both figuratively and literally — a bladeless fan might be a great investment as the summer months start rolling into view. For efficiency, new power-saving bladeless fans help cool a space without being forced to pay the cost of using the air conditioner to chill out… READ THE REST
Microsoft has Windows. Apple has Mac OS. Between them, they're the operating systems running 92 percent of the computers in the world. And they were created, developed, owned, and sold as proprietary software by those two companies for use on their particular machines. Linux? Linux is the very definition of a free agent. A versatile,… READ THE REST
Not too many years ago, just about every home had a basic printer for handling a variety of household projects from protecting major documents to printing reports or information from the web. More upscale households even had laser printers or photo quality printers for creating high-end images that were virtually indistinguishable from photographs. That's not… READ THE REST