So another seven days have whizzed by and its time for another round-up of my week on the web.This week baseball Pi, printed planes and another farewell to the shuttle.
Southampton University boffins have created the first ever printed plane, some way to go before Boeing head down that route though…
Rt Hon. Santa Claus
UK Voters expect MPS to be “empty of mind with the powers of Santa”, so says this article by Finbarr Livesey on HuffPo.
Work of Genius
I’m pretty sure this idea for a 1 roomed house you rotated to change layout also featured on Genius with Dave Gorman. Not sure their model would have been quite so elegant
Baseball wins fans: One mathematician at a time
Picture taken of the Yankee Stadium scoreboard.
Tweet of the week
Kyle Anderson: When is Hollywood going to realize that only the third film in a franchise has the right to be in 3D? That’s how it was for our forefathers.
A map of digital making services in London
Stadium built in Olympic record time
3D printer knocks out a replica of the Olympic 2012 Stadium in 6 hours
Minitel bids adieu
One for the ex-Teletexters among us: Another sad farewell. France Will Switch Off Pioneering Minitel After 30 Years
Quote of the week
Kevin Fong sums up the importance of NASA’s Space Shuttle wonderfully well: ”
it taught a generation to dream