Monday, November 21, 2011

Puma: New "Introduction to Engineering" wiki subject page at WUaS, New Animation subject, Brain and Computer Sciences, Ethnographic & Science Fictions

New "Introduction to Engineering" wiki subject page at WUaS - ...

Check out all the multiple, other 'Engineering' links on this page, as well, at WUaS -

where you can teach, add & learn, simply by editing this page.

And here's the new WUaS "Animation," wiki subject as well ...

with an invitation to start animating here and now ... :)


"MIT Creates Chip to Model Synapses" ...

... will look to add to Brain and Cognitive Sciences' wiki subject -

as well as to Computer Science subject


added Vernor Vinge's 2006 science fiction "Rainbows End"

to WUaS's "Science Fiction" -

and "Ethnographic Fiction" -

wiki subjects ...


added "Robot walks like a human requires no power" -

to WUaS "Robotics," wiki subject - with NYT's Google Robotics' "Google’s Lab of Wildest Dreams" article -

Are you making robots at home with Lego Mindstorms, for example, or on your computer?

(November 21, 2011)

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