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Jack: A book about a dog where the dog doesn’t die at the end
A dog (Jack) and his person (The Tall Guy) decide to write a book, mostly about the dog. But don’t worry, no dogs die at the end …
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Nerds! I’m so excited I can barely contain myself!

Why? I’ve been catching up on the various feeds in my reader and finally got to reading a couple weeks worth of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories posts. The first thing you need to know about these cats (note: not real cats) is that they’re awesome. The second thing to know is roughly 40% of their posts go right over my head — but the ones that don’t are pretty wicked cool.

They just got back from the 2011 Bay Area Maker Faire where they debuted this baby:

To me, this is the definition of nerdy: it’s a large-scale reproduction of a childhood educational toy. IT DOES NOT GET BETTER THAN THIS, PEOPLE!

Okay, I’ll calm down. I’m sorry I yelled.


Normally I wouldn’t link you to something you couldn’t build yourself, but I think it’s safe to assume most of us don’t have loading docks or tons of free space available to build a giant Digi-Comp II. Don’t despair, this does bring to mind a few cool projects:

  • Learn to count in binary from Zach Bacon. Awesome name, clear instructions. (Also, the final video of my post goes well with Zach’s instructions.)
  • Build a binary clock, using a kit or this Instructable, which was sourced from this post.
  • Build a wooden binary adding machine like this one:

Also, I think this binary counter looks really cool, but I couldn’t find any plans for it. That said, it looks pretty simple. The little swinging gates are the key:

For more background and resources about the Digi-Comp II, please go check out the full posts over at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories:
http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/dcii

http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/dciivid

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No Hef Special For Lifetime

After painstaking hours of deliberation, Lifetime has cancelled the upcoming special on the Playboy wedding called Marrying Hef, probably because there isn’t going to be a wedding anymore… nah! That couldn’t possibly be the reason!

The channel had planned to do the 2-hour docu-special for months, but shockwaves hit with the news that Crystal Harris had called off the engagement with Hugh just days before the wedding.

At least they didn’t already shoot it somehow, like the cover of this Friday’s Playboy that has Crystal on the cover as “Mrs. Crystal Hefner.”

Either way, bummer!

He’s only 85, Lifetime! Maybe there’ll be another wedding down the road!

[Image via AP Images.]

Celebrity gossip juicy celebrity rumors Hollywood gossip blog from Perez Hilton

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Elizabeth (Liz) Taylor – Courage Of Lassie (1946) – Bill (Lassie) Disappears & Kathie is Heartbroken Courage of Lassie is a 1946 MGM feature film starring Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Morgan, and dog actor Pal in a story about a collie named Bill and his young companion, Kathie Merrick. When Bill is separated from Kathie following a vehicular accident, he is trained as a war dog, performs heroically, and, after many tribulations, is eventually reunited with his beloved Kathie. Though the film is called Courage of Lassie, Eric Knight’s fictional canine character Lassie does not appear in the film. Courage of Lassie is the third of seven MGM films featuring a canine star called Lassie, who, in actuality, was a male collie named Pal. Using the stage name Lassie, Pal appeared as the titular character in the first film, Lassie Come Home and as Laddie in its sequel, Son of Lassie. Courage of Lassie has been released to VHS and DVD.

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