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A new video from Sci-Fly's Joey Shanks shows magnetic putty swallowing up a bunch of different objects.
'Fracture putty' may replace screws, plates, and rods to repair broken legs.
A handful of social-media start-ups let you build small and temporary networks rather than one big one, and Facebook is starting to catch on, too.
You can use a magnet to control this putty, which reminds us of Spider-Man's nemesis Venom preparing to snare its next victim.
The new material, called "elastic water," retains its Flubber-like consistency by mixing a few grams of clay and organic matter to H20, essentially binding the whole into a jelly-like putty.
On today's Tomorrow Daily, we've got weird pairings aplenty: three Denny's-remixed Atari classics, a maglev monorail, and a crazy overpowered water gun.
Why not reserve just under half of one Earth rotation to revisit the greatest 16-bit games of the 1990s (and even more terrible ones!)?
Has your Mac Mini hard drive filled to capacity or burnt out? There's no need to buy a new computer, simply swap out the old drive for a new one.
A 150-second extravaganza from Samsung shows a man trying to impress a woman with, yes, his new gadget. What follows is the stuff of Hollywood. Sort of.