Nowadays "Ye Olde" is pretty much just a ham-fisted way to make something sound old(e) and quaint. As it turns out, however, there's a pretty good reason for how this actually came about and it has to do with, more than anything else, printing. This video from MinutePhysics -- taking a day off to be MinuteLinguistics -- straightens the whole issue out. It's more interesting than you might think.
I have the synchronization scripts written. The essays from the old scripting site are copied into the new one. The overall site structure comes from publicnotepad. Still need to write code that produces the essay list in reverse ch... Read Post
Nick Brennen, a Camberwell College of Arts alumnus, has essentially given anything lying around your house — from notebooks to sneakers — the ability to be played as a instrument. His device, Sound Pegs, feature oversized wooden peg... Read Post
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