December 1, 2005

Build Your Own M&M Sorter

Ever want to say eat all the Brown M&M’s but you lack the patience to sit there and sort through the entire pack by color. Well […]
December 1, 2005

Robotic Moose Catches Poachers

In perhaps one of the most “off the beaten path” applications of robotics, the Government of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia has opted to use […]
December 1, 2005

Microsoft Enters the Fray for your Classifieds

Named “Fremont,” Microsoft’s latest web service, a free and very search-able classified ad service is nearing release. Although only currently available for use by Microsoft testers […]
December 1, 2005

The PDBR: Robotics embraces elegance

The latest news from the Tokyo Robot Exhibition is an intricate mix of robotics and Elegance. A group of talented developers headed by Japan’s Tohoku University […]
December 1, 2005

Person replacement Robot

Yaskawa Electric’s MOTOMAN-DA20 industrial robot is intended to be a drop in replacement for people on the factory floor. With it’s two arms, and human sized […]
December 1, 2005

Playing Too Much Halo 2:? Here’s How to tell

Been playing a little too much Halo/Halo 2? Have you been wondering if you should take a break maybe to take in some of the Christmas […]
November 30, 2005

State of the brig.org

Today we added advertising to The Brig. Then Colum spend a large part of his day promoting the site. Surprise to me that it made a […]
November 30, 2005

Glide Effortlessly into Web 2.0

Transmedia’s Glide Effortless is a new bread of Web based applications that offers a world of centralized data management and sharing potential, everything from pictures to […]
November 30, 2005

Digg Users Take Revenge At Bad Online Store

Proving that an Internet community is just as real, active, and committed as any other “tangible” community, users of Digg as reported by Aviran’s Place (and […]