Friday, September 4, 2015

Link Round-Up: September 4, 2015

Her by Thobias

"Her" by Thobias

A college near Oslo is offering students a one-year course in traditional Viking skills and crafts. The students learn how wood and metal crafts, including sword forging, as well as skills such as roof thatching and traditional bread baking. The school is part of the Norwegian folkehøgskule, or “folk college”, system, in which many students spend a year between school and university learning life skills at a local college.

Even if I evolve into Terminator, I’ll still be nice to you,” says robot Philip K. Dick.

Feast your eyes on fantasy cartography.

Geeky Little Golden Books that aren’t a joke!

How J.K. Rowling and the Connectivity of Twitter are changing the role of the author.

How Mr. Robot season 1 explored lying and manipulation.

Paul Lewin likes to mix traditional Caribbean and African motifs with surreal visions of nature and the ancestry that surrounds us daily. Enjoy.

Sphero has utilized their manufacturing of robotic balls in the best possible way: They’ve created a mini BB-8 droid that will fill the hole in your life ever since the life-size one first appeared in the first The Force Awakens trailer. This little guy—he’s the size of an orange!—can roll around your house, play with puppies (there’s already video of this), and follow your every command via an appGizmodo has a review!

The works of Stephen King, in puzzle format.

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