eBay is at it again. Clearly not satisfied with being an online auctioneer (for years now) they are introducing another nifty service called MyGadgets on the back of their interesting 1-day delivery service and 3D printing portal. I tried it out by a
Ok, probably not. But it's still exciting that this tech is hitting the mainstream so hard after flirting with it for so, so long.
I first used it to make impeller prototypes back in 2006ish. It was expensive, but worth it. Have you used 3D printers
I love this concept of front loading your schedule. It's basically using a risk management methodology to identify priorities and move them to the front of the queue. And that can be done relatively quickly with some practice, although the key is to
And in horrifying news, that guy that keeps making the 3D printed rifles apparently keeps getting better at it!
I'm not sure this is even post-worthy if not only to remind engineers that today's world requires a keen sense of usability and user experience design as a fundamental input requirement, regardless of how much tech and gadgetry can be taken advantage
Ok, so that title might be a bit dramatic. Some might even call it a lie. I would just say it's an overstatement.
But semantics aside, Facebook has released a new feature called On This Day which lets you quickly filter to a moment one year previous
If you've ever wondered what the surface of a fly...and I'm talking about the entire fly...looks like in perverse detail, well you've been able to look at that for years with cool SEM images. But basic SEM imagery is inherently two dimensional (altho
If I still lived in Boston, I would be trying my hardest to navigate with this. Any only this. I'd probably end up in Zelda's dungeon instead of Harvard Sq, but that would be totally worth it. Click the image to see them all. Super (Mario) Cool.
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Most engineers I've worked with are either very creative but lack followthrough, or extremely task oriented but have trouble getting outside the box. There have been notorious exceptions, and those engineers have inspired me in my own path. So how do
Hungry for a computer science Master's degree on the cheap? Not only can you get one, you can get it from Georgia Tech for a mere $6k and change. Sound too good to be true? Perhaps, but if you're just looking for that line item on your CV, it might b
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