MIT researchers are now 3D printing glass

MIT researchers are now 3D printing glass

While the thought of a machine that can squirt out endless ropes of molten glass is a bit frightening, the folks at MIT have just about perfected the process. In a paper published in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, researchers Chikara Inamura, Michael Stern, Daniel Lizardo, Peter Houk, and Neri Oxman describe a system for Read more about MIT researchers are now 3D printing glass[…]

Put down your phone if you want to innovate

Put down your phone if you want to innovate

We are living in an interstitial period. In the early 1980s we entered an era of desktop computing that culminated in the dot-com crash – a financial bubble that we bolstered with Y2K consulting fees and hardware expenditures alongside irrational exuberance over Pets.com . That last interstitial era, an era during which computers got smaller, Read more about Put down your phone if you want to innovate[…]

Intelligo does constant background checks on your trusted employees

Intelligo does constant background checks on your trusted employees

As a former Arby’s sandwich artist I understand the value of a background check. Had I not been investigated back at age 16 no one at the restaurant would have known I was a lapsed Boy Scout and read Stephen King novels. But what would have happened had I taken up a life of petty Read more about Intelligo does constant background checks on your trusted employees[…]

The US Postal Service exposed data of 60 million users

The US Postal Service exposed data of 60 million users

A broken US Postal Service API exposed from over 60 million users and allowed a researcher to pull millions of rows of data by sending wildcard requests to the server. The resulting security hole has been patched after repeated requests to the USPS. The USPS service, called InformedDelivery, allows you to view your mail before Read more about The US Postal Service exposed data of 60 million users[…]

Yub nub! Students dress a bipedal robot up like an AT-ST

Yub nub! Students dress a bipedal robot up like an AT-ST

Students at Oregon State University dressed up their bipedal robot, Cassie, in a delightful AT-ST costume. This robot, which everyone said looked like one of the Empire’s two-legged walkers, anyway, can now zap both Rebels and Ewoks in a deadly battle to take control of the forest city of Corvallis. The robot, as you can Read more about Yub nub! Students dress a bipedal robot up like an AT-ST[…]