I hope my sons can figure stuff like this out:
Phinergy batteries use a porous electrode with a large surface area that captures the oxygen from ambient air. The electrode also contains a silver-based catalyst that doesn’t let CO2 interact with it. This unique and proprietary catalyst solves a common problem in air-battery technology, carbonization caused by CO2 permeating the electrode.
via Aluminum-air battery demonstrates extended range for EVs..
Exactly what you think it should be. A theramin inside a taxidermied badger. What could be better? Well, how about a video of it being played?
This has got to be some kind of a joke: Crystal Head Vodka.
Check out the Annie Liebowitz picture for the Lance Armstrong story in Vanity Fair.
Then, check out this cover for Mike Magnusson’s Heft on Wheels, which came out a couple years ago. It’s even the same kind of Trek!:
Continue reading “Annie Liebowitz & Lance Armstrong: Rip-off or Inspired?”
I wonder if the brand ever saw this? Great performance. Great writing.
Link: Pop Secret "Secret Stash".
Why is Greg Oden following ME on Twitter? I know i’ve got a wicked skyhook, but…
Here’s a free idea for a Facebook app that’s sure to take off:
- a game
- That enables you to make an american gladiator
- Endow that gladiator with cool powers
- and one "achilles heel"
- and choose who that gladiator can fight
- Then, set the gladiator loose on the facebook world.
…because they are made of metal and Robots are strong.
It was the inspiration for the name of one of myold, dead blogs, FearofRobots.com.