This guy works with robots, and he thinks that "at some point, we have to get over" emergency shutoff buttons.
Speaking of which: robot bees.
"I can tell you, it's strange to write a research proposal and have half your bibliography be science fiction."
Forget parrots, this beluga is trying to speak human.
A transcript of the Bretton Woods conference was just rediscovered.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
- One of those times you can't improve on the headline: "Orca Mothers Coddle Adult Sons, Study Finds"
- On the other hand: boring headlines abound
- Apropos of the romance post: Eloisa James on her dual identity
- How Andrew Karre defines YA
- What we need more of: made-up nobility
- Go read David on spoilers
- Laptops and latent sexism
- A 1982 paean to computers in journalism
- The early days of CBS News
- Marketing diamonds (trust me, it's worth the read)
- Best amicus brief ever?
- Beatrix Potter's recipes (not for rabbit pie)
- I'm with Liz on social reading
- The problem with talking about "small business"
- Amateur scientists, totally new solar system configuration -- what's not to love?
- Digitized dresses to drool over at the Met
- Backlist-midlist conflict