I don't know if anyone's really excited about letting science develop shape-shifting liquid metal. I mean, have any of you even seen Terminator? We're teaching Roombas how to lie, and now this. It's only a matter of time, everyone. Fortunately, it'll be a long time before we see any T-1000s hunting people down, so you can rest easy tonight, John Connor.
Also, please consider donating to Will Ferrell's charity campaign; if you do, you get entered to win a trip to play video games with the man himself. It's a great prize (on top of feeling great because you're doing good in the world), so check out the link in today's show notes.
Tomorrow Daily 057 [mp3]: Shape-shifting liquid metal, Microsoft's dance cube, and more
Here are some links and notes for all the things on the show today:
- Manipulating liquid metal with low voltage (a.k.a. "get the T-1000 ready")
- Microsoft unveils "The Cube," an interactive digital dance experience
- Japan is the Best Kind of Weird: Check out the capacitive thumb for your phablet navigation woes
- User feedback: Your #TDSalty tweets, and our Phonetographer of the Day
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