We’re not saying we’d move to a different planet if robots were put in charge of security on Earth, but we would definitely be living in a deep hole in the ground. We blame our paranoia on too many movies with rampaging robots which were supposed to protect humanity (See: Robocop). And lucky for us, a real life robotics company has developed an army of security bots. It’s only a matter of time, fellow humans.
RapGenius has managed to put together the two most unlikely things imaginable: graphs and rap music. We love a good graph. All that data organized into lines on an X and Y axis – it’s a beautiful (and extremely nerdy) thing. And we love rap music. All those phat beats and smooth flows – it’s a treat for the ears. But a graph of rap music? That’s like 2-Chainz being bffs with an accountant – it seems impossible.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! They’ll be Trekkie parties for hosting, earl grey for steeping, and Picard caroling on the deck of the Enterprise. What better way to get into the holiday spirit than by listening to Starfleet’s greatest captain (sorry Kirk) serenade us with his own rendition of “Let It Snow!”? Make it so.
It is a question that has boggled the mind of a great number of people. Friendships have been torn apart, wars have been waged between family members, and giant debates have sprung up across the Internet. But what, you may ask, is this question that has caused so much strife and so much grief for so many people?
Do you remember when you were little sometimes the packaging was more interesting than the gift? Your parents spent weeks hunting down the perfect Polly Pocket or G.I. Joe that you just HAD to have, but when Christmas Day comes, you’re playing with the box while Polly or Joe sits rejected in a pile of tissue paper. If your friends haven’t grown out of the package-playing phrase, Eden’s Paper is what you should be wrapping your gifts with this season.