This epic recreation of Deep Space Nine is so huge, I can practically fit inside! [text with images]- what it says: a huge LEGO Star Trek DS9 model 🙂
Swearing: attempts to ban it are a waste of time – wherever there is language, people cuss [text] – an article about swearing that touches its function, and a few factoids. As an unrepentant swearer, I cannot not share this 🙂
Version Museum – a visual history of your favorite technology [images]- if you really wanted to see how Apple’s website looked in 1996 or want a hit of nostalgia at the look of Word 2.0. It’s actually pretty neat 🙂
Raytracing – in Excel!! [short video] – someone made a raytracer in Excel, and that just made me laugh in delight 😀
New Proof Settles How to Approximate Numbers Like Pi [text] – a cool result in number theory, explained in a way that makes sense to non-number theorists. I probably would have liked a tiny bit more detail about the graph theory tools involved, but still, the writing is neat.
A very wholesome Twitter thread about someone talking about his grandmother’s love of D&D – it has gnomes and jewelry.
A couple of videos about a custom pick-up on a Tesla base: the “fake commercial” video TRUCKLA: The world’s first Tesla pickup truck [short video], and the “making of”: I TURNED MY TESLA INTO A PICKUP TRUCK [long video]. I thought I had posted that already, apparently not, let’s fix it.
Kerbal Space Program 2 has been announced – to be honest, KSP is one of “those games that sound so very cool but that I just can’t manage to play”, whether it’s a matter of interest or of general skill or learning curve; I’m definitely curious about what they’ll do with KSP2.
A Mathematical Model Unlocks the Secrets of Vision – vision is complicated and not that well understood, and so anything that gives more idea about how it works is, to me, fascinating 🙂