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TWTWTW: Dad, when did we go on holiday to Endor?

On a personal level this week has been dominated by sport:  Norwich City gained their first home win, and frightened (at least a little bit) the mighty Manchester United; The baseball play-offs started, England managed to scrape through to the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup and I’m currently listening to the NFL on the BBC as I type.

Non-sports fans might be happier to know that my week on the web, was a little heavier on robots, coffee-fuelled cars, steam engines and photoshopped Ewoks.

Tesla twirls  

Electric car manufacturer Tesla, has a shiny new production line featuring lots of shiny new robots – Wired supremo Chris Anderson posted a couple of videos on Google Plus

Big in Japan

Interesting blog post on the Cambridge Technopole:What Next? Blog about the difficulties of integrating innovative new software start-ups with existing ICT firms – lessons from Japan and the Cambridge connection .

Economies of Scale

The Economist on the amazing engineering of the world’s smallest stationary steam engine

Coffee to go

A coffee fuelled car. Honest.

Because airships are cool

I like airships, I think they’re cool so here’s a picture of one flying over Norwich this week.

Sci-fi science fun

Nice piece on Scientific American website about the science of What If?

Moss joins the U.V Crowd

Solar powered moss – with apologies for the IT Crowd-related pun

Pedal pen pusher A tricycle hack for a cycle-related Calligraphy Device

The name’s Jeter, Derek Jeter…

Jeter as spy assassin? Who knew – Lee Child’s entertaining perspective on the record-breaking Yankee T

Meeja news

YouTube prepares to launch scheduled TV channels

And finally

Geek dad Photoshops ewoks into family photos to prove to his kids they’re real



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