At this year’s World Maker Faire, at the end of a panel I put together on makers working with sponsors, I told the audience that I do this column and that if they are a YouTube maker that hasn’t gotten a lot of exposure, to keep me in the loop on what they were doing and I might end up covering them.… Read More
The Defense Department’s research wing is serious about putting drones into action, not just one by one but in coordinated swarms. The Offensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics program is kicking off its second “sprint,” a period of solicitation and rapid prototyping of systems based around a central theme.… Read More
Getting teens – and in particular, young women – interested in coding is a challenge a number of companies and organizations today have been tackling in recent years. But a newer startup called Vidcode is taking a different approach. Instead of online courses aimed only at teaching coding basics, Vidcode is appealing to teens by having them learn to create things they’re actually interested in – like Instagram-style filters, memes, and Snapchat geofilters, for example.… Read More
The aim of this study is to provide a contemporary medicolegal analysis of claims brought against anesthesiologists in the United States for events occurring in the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU).
Enjoy the flavor of pumpkin pie—for breakfast. Serves 2
½ sheet pumpkin leather (see below)
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup milk from powder