Slow but steady does it.
John Markoff at the New York Times:
A group of researchers at the Biomimetics and Dexterous Manipulation Laboratory at Stanford University has been exploring the limits of friction in the design of tiny robots that have the ability to pull thousands of times their weight, wander like gecko lizards on vertical surfaces or mimic bats.
[Modeled After Ants, Teams of Tiny Robots Can Move 2-Ton Car / John Markoff / The New York Times]
I usually say “Oh Ess X.” .
Pauli Olavi Ojala says Apple should just call it “MacOS.” I often call it that.
Apple, it’s time to move on from “OS X” / Pauli Olavi Ojala / Medium
Braintree, Mass., 1961.
“At this point in the Atomic Age, America was still celebrating the ‘friendly atom.'”
These old-timey Radio Shack photos prove techies have been nerding out since 1931.
HP cut a deal to continue development of OpenVMS, a venerable operating system dating back to Digital Equipment Corp. in 1977.
VMS brought me and Julie together. I am not making this up.
Deal With H-P Paves New Future for Old Software – Digits – WSJ.
I’m very much looking forward to this on iOS 8. Logins are an area where mobile falls down in comparison to desktop — it’s much easier for me to log in to things on my Mac than on my iPhone, iPad, or Nexus 7.
The video embedded here is only 34 seconds long and worth watching.
1Password debuts extension for third party apps on iOS.