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Break out your scientific dancing shoes. Ph.D. students from around the world show off interpretive dance versions of their theses.
A new multimedia ballet, "HackPolitik," fuses jarring, angular movements with electroacoustic music and video projection to interpret the activities of hacker collective Anonymous.
Researchers in the UK decide to make 3D animations of males dancing, then show the results to women. Oh, the things they discovered about knee and wrist movements.
An interviewee for a job at Currys in Cardiff was made to take part in a dance-off as part of the process.
Love to dance? Want a good workout? Fire up Jamo, which projects dance videos to your TV or PC and uses your phone to monitor your movements.
Got a few minutes to waste on the Internet? Of course you do. Check out this amazingly silly Web site showing GIFs having a good time.
Using an app called Cycloramic you can make your iPhone 5 spin in a complete 360-degree circle on its own. All the while recording a video of your surroundings. You have to check this out.
Loaded with one hour tutorials, this iOS and Android app will teach you how to perform those slick dance moves from Korean boy and girl bands.
The Zubie Connected Car Service keeps good track of the family car and can help people be better drivers, but the lack of fuel economy information is a big miss.
Facebook has created a booming app economy that's made plenty of developers rich. It's also forcing a lot of them to lose sleep.