28 September 2005

Links for the Drowsy

So tired! Here are a few links for you late-night web browsers.

Huh? Corp.

"Our office is really modern and we've got nice computers and stuff. If you ever saw it, you'd say, `Wow, cool office. These guys are legit.'"

Solar-Powered Pocketbook
A university student invented a pocketbook whose innards give off light when the bag is unzipped so that you can find stuff inside.

Innovative Lighting
Artist James Clar has many creative lighting systems, including a hard-wired 3-D grid of LEDs.

Bug in Football Video Game Makes Player 7 Inches Tall
Actually, this one is worth clicking on for a laugh.

Edge
Edge is an online publication with viewpoints, articles, and videos from a tight community of intellectuals. The most recent debate concerns "intelligent design," but back issues look at the 10,000 Year Clock, artificial intelligence, biology, physics...

Floating 3-D Images, You Know, in the Air
I got a patent recently that I'm proud of. You can click the "images" button if you're into that sort of thing. (Although not in Safari.)

Good night.

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