Four short links: 3 March 2010

Most Dangerous Code, 3D Printing, Artificial Irony, and Live Visualisation

  1. Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors (MITRE) — I could play bingo with this on some of the programs I wrote when I was learning to code. Now, of course, I am perfect. *cough*cough*
  2. RepRap Printing in Clay — interesting because of the high price of the plastic that fab units typically use. Other groups are working on this–see, for example, recycled glass, sugar, and maltodextrin.
  3. Artificial Flight and Other Myths — amusing parody of anti-AI arguments.
  4. Snake Oil Supplements — visualisation of the scientific evidence for various food supplements. What interested me is that it’s automatically generated from data in this Google Doc.
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  • ganter

    Thanks for the nice coverage of Open3DP. Unfold.be
    is a design firm that is to be congratulated for the RapMan printing in clay. ….M