A bit late, but another round-up of the web miscellany that tickled my fancy this week. And absolutely no mention of Hack Gate, apart from that one. Dammit…
Let’s start with the Quote of the week
Channel 4’s The Space Shuttle’s Last Flight: “”For the first time in its history, America can no longer put a man in space.”
Hyperlocal could work from the bottom up – no mention of the Guardian’s little local experiment (or ITV’s either)
File under “Who’d a thought it” Charles Moore, CHARLES MOORE,, in the Telegraph – THE TELEGRAPH – says the Left might have it right…
Interesting piece in the Observer on Chris Anderson, founder of TED & accelerated learning
More Tilt shift loveliness
Lovely tilt shift video by Pedro Sousa
Opinion of the week
Why Barack Obama is not the most powerful man on earth
I’m just waiting for the printer
If you’ve ver wondered what kind of stuff a 3D printer can knock out – Wired have put together a rather lovely slide show.
What mechanical engineers do when they retire
Premier League hopeful of goalline technology for 2012-13 season
Cycling the Dunwich Dynamo on a Boris bike – I’d still love to do it on my Brompton (maybe next year).