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Albinus on anatomy

NeuroControl

One of the saddest stories I’ve read about the brave new world of medtech: Lacking momentum, NeuroControl stopped selling the product. “The …

Future jobs

John Lanchester being his usual lucid, interesting self on the subject of robots eating all the jobs, in the LRB Directed wirelessly along …

Printable illumination

Sometimes the speed at which the future is being manufactured is almost scary. In its current state, Lightpaper is manufactured by mixing …

Tools to understand systems

This is very relevant: much of the way we communicate systems is still grounded in pencil and paper, but it really doesn’t …

Maker Faire: making surveys fun

This is an edited version of a post which appeared on the Caper site about our Maker Faire activity. We approached Maker Faire with …

Comments below

When we complain about comments, I’ve noticed, we do so as if we’re dealing with some emanation of human nature or the …