Crave: A data disc that could outlive humankind?, Ep 128
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Crave: A data disc that could outlive humankind?, Ep 128

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When mankind is no more, we can leave behind proof of our existence with the Superman Memory Crystal. Yay us! An artist and a beekeeper employ 80,000 bees to make sculptures out of honeycomb, and the Drone It Yourself kit lets you make anything fly. All that and more on this week's Crave.

-- yourself allows you to turn any object -- a quad copter. Just per billion and created the journey yourself kit has a portable way to turn regular items to -- That machine. Gushing through drum kit comes in the stylish silver briefcase containing clamps motor's propeller gets a battery -- a transmitter receiver. In all the miscellaneous bits you need to make anything fly. Many of the plastic parts for produce for the 3-D printer and can be attached to anything that is light enough to get airborne. Check out the drowning yourself -- had Jasper van Li -- dot com slash DIY. There's whiskey recently used 80000 -- to three B printer whiskey bottle in a first of Jewish creator Jon Stewart. For a viral ad campaign promoting viewers pilot the honey Scotch whisky. Professional beekeeper Robyn Terry -- an artist James Peterson teamed up with -- group to create bees wax sculptures using clear plastic -- they filled with -- The -- produced honey -- inside animals working their way inward. The process took six weeks to complete enlisting several colonies of bees who. Only have a lifespan of five weeks. The very first Apple Computer recently sold in an online auction for 387750. Dollars. And Apple one was built in Steve Jobs parents' garage in 1976. And now holds the record for the highest priced item ever sold in the Christie's online only option. Apple one is one of the first 25 Apple ones ever assembled. And -- designed and hand built by Steve Wozniak. Here's some vines were three -- -- user hunter Harrison used snack food to re create super my -- levels. And. China is expected to end their banner and video game consoles after thirteen years according to the south China morning post. Lifting the ban is part of an overall strategy to create exchange -- free trade zone in order to open up the Chinese economy to other countries. Console manufacturers will have to get approval for their games. From the culture ministry in China because the government wants to make sure the content of video games or not you violent or politically sensitive for young people. Researchers from the University of Southampton opt to electronics research center have created a hard disk that can store. 360. Terabytes of data that will outlive humankind. Using nano structured glass to researchers led by -- Yu Zhang demonstrated a recording and retrieval process of five dimensional digital data. -- -- -- -- -- -- The storage devices thermal stability to 1000 degrees Celsius and kind of limited lifetime. They're calling it the Superman memory crystal because of its self assembled -- structures created -- fused -- by a laser which are similar to the Superman movie. And are able to store vast quantities of data for over one million years. Hey guys thanks for watching and all I could find all these news stories as cnet's crave blog crave at cnet.com. Here's this week's crave giveaway. This week -- is giving away this one -- HD wearable action camera which comes with a laser. Etiquette go 32 feet underwater good of the blog and enter to win. Here's -- -- don't sign up.
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