With all of the bizarre, generally needless applications for 3D printers, it’s easy to forget there are effective humanitarian uses for the technology.
A 3D printing competition next week called the Tikkun Olam Make-a-thon (TOM) will bring “makers” together with the disabled to design unique tools for those with special needs. On the third day, Read More
Hey, are you ready for some #Bible #facts? Let me lay some fruit of the tree of knowledge on you, then: Jesus was the original tweeter.
No, that’s not the title of a homily cooked up at the last minute by a novice minister trying to be hip with the kids. It’s actually a message delivered earlier today by Vatican cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, Read More
The federal government spends money to fix the country’s infrastructure, help senior citizens get affordable access to health care and beef up national security, but did you know that it also pays for stuff like workshops on Star Trek musings?
Say you know a special young person who happens to have an inordinate amount of money to spend on ridiculous things because they’ve been blessed with cash following the selling out of a great idea (or the selling of a terrible one) to someone with Scrooge McDuck-money. And let’s say you need to get them a gift, or simply, a gift for them to buy themselves, because you can’t afford anything they have a taste for in life anymore, even if that taste is strictly centered around nothing more than the factor of out-and-out opulence multiplied by the stupidity and lack of need for the potential gift in question.
Well, here you go. And yes, this is real: