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Hackaday Links: February 12, 2017

Taking small LCD screens, a tiny computer running Linux, and a 3D printed enclosure to build miniature versions of old computers is a thing now. … 289 more words

Hackaday Columns

The curious case of ancient automata

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

The curious case of ancient automata

Erica answers the audience’s questions in Japanese. She’s a little stiff, and she can’t walk on her own. 932 more words

Technology

The curious case of ancient automata

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

The curious case of ancient automata

Erica answers the audience’s questions in Japanese. She’s a little stiff, and she can’t walk on her own. 932 more words

Technology

Anyone for a swim?

High summer.

Hot workshop, wearing only shorts and boots.

Today was my deadline to have the triple expansion steam engine assembled and working, ready to be hooked up to steam at the Geelong Truck show. 517 more words

Triple Expansion Miniature Steam Engine

The Secret of the Greek Galley

The Antikythera Shipwreck

In 1900, sponge divers discovered the wreck of an ancient Greek galley off the Aegean island of Antikythera more than fifty metres deep under the surface. 939 more words

Mediterranean Mondays

The Roundup #50

“Going to post every week, don’t worry”. Yeah, about that…

My last post – sans trumpet – was on September 3rd. Eep! Now, to be fair, I had a sibling get married and the requisite wrangling of relatives to contend with. 451 more words

Scientists extracted DNA from 2,000-year-old human remains

Luck and science united when underwater archaeologists found a set of 2,000-year-old human remains that still contained DNA near an ancient shipwreck off the coast of Antikythera, according to… 310 more words

Science Writing