book review Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen are more sober than starry-eyed in this worthwhile look at how a pervasive Internet changes censorship, privacy, identity, government, and war.
Turn your iPhone into a screaming banshee with the Coyote Case, a siren alarm designed to attract help when you're in danger.
Tomorrow is a day to celebrate everyone's favorite mathematical constant with gusto.
How to build your own lightsaber from readily available parts, what to do with those obsolete vinyl records, and in Rad Science, a look at why too much water is bad for you.
Sarah Lane interviews Natali Del Conte of CNET's 'Loaded,' Kiki talks about the future of robots at RoboGames, and repairpal.com.
A cool new MuxTape mashup, build a Greener engine, and new uses for old CDs.
Dr. Kiki burns cash and discusses combustion and flammability, while Moujan gives an unforgettable history lesson and Heather reviews an electro-pop group that involves apes and androids.
Post songs to Twitter, spy on your neighbors with kitchen utensils, plus a creepy tribute to David Duchovny.
Dr. Kiki creates a life-size DIY pinhole camera, Moujan transforms an ordinary cereal box into something miraculous, and Heather reviews a tragicomic graphic memoir.
Dr. Kiki creates fire from a pair of glasses, Moujan transforms an empty wine bottle into a lamp, and Heather reveals an underground band that hails from Tokyo.