With scientists now saying there's a 99 percent chance "the big one" will finally hit California sometime during the next 30 years, seismologists are scrambling to come up with new ways to detect and analyze quakes as soon as they happen.
One team of researchers is now hoping to employ the distributed computing approach to detection and create a giant, low-cost tremor-sensing network that takes advantage of the motion sensors that may already be in your laptop.
Someone had waaaaaayyyyyy too much free time on their hands.
What could be better?! This little lego robot is pretty cool. I'm sure the algorithim used is actually fairly simple but it's still fun to watch!
Good collection of pixar trivia here, some obvious some not. Next time it comes up in a friendly game of Trivial Pursuit you better be ready.
I didn't read the whole interview but this is pretty damn cool!
You guys have to see this. The song isn't great but it's worth it just for the appearances of the original cast. Especially the surprise one at the end (well, at least I was surprised).
Let the page load completely and look for the button at the top.
A little history on one of our favorite games of days gone by.
Nightline did a report on this website. Check out the YouTube time lapse linked from this site.
I don’t know if this is a good thing or a bad thing.