Tech Tuesday – 10/9 – Legoland, Interrupted by SpaceX Edition

Our friend Oscar is vacationing, but checked in to deliver his Tech Tuesday links, as well as pics from having witnessed the Space X launch.

I was wrestling with the kids in the room, when my wife called for me to get outside. I saw the plume and knew immediately what it was.

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SpaceX launch. Picture by Oscar Gordon

Oscar Gordon’s Tech Tuesday

[TT1] I am here to kick ass and chew bubble gum

[TT2] I love simple ways to do things.

[TT3] Reusable lunar lander

[TT4] Detecting fake news with machine learning.

[TT5] Voyager 2 has left the building!

[TT6] Now I just need to convince my employer that I need a nap after corporate training, or after researching how I might solve a tough problem.

[TT7] At least lax safety concerns are less likely to cause ecological disasters from reoccurring this way.

[TT8] “Wearable tech” needs wearable batteries, pliable ones.

[TT9] The world’s largest hydrogen-based energy system in Japan.

[TT10] Search for the unknown: Exomoons, the natural satellites of planets orbiting stars outside our solar system,

[TT11] Japanese spacecraft drops a third rover on asteroid .


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A Navy Turbine Tech who learned to spin wrenches on old cars, Oscar has since been trained as an Engineer & Software Developer & now writes tools for other engineers. When not in his shop or at work, he can be found spending time with his family, gardening, hiking, kayaking, gaming, or whatever strikes his fancy & fits in the budget. ...more →

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3 thoughts on “Tech Tuesday – 10/9 – Legoland, Interrupted by SpaceX Edition

  1. TT1: The clock/entertainment display in my car is pretty much unreadable if I have my polarized sunglasses on.

    TT2: While I know what you mean, I am reluctant to call anything that includes synthesizing custom proteins “simple”.

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