Morning Linkage (Apr 17)

Because a Titan Missile silo east­ern Washington is the ultimate
loca­tion for a hack­er camp. (click around for photos):

More inter­est­ing ques­tions about how the oceans work. In this case how
long does it take an ocean to rise. (not sure of the cred­i­bil­i­ty of
the web­site but the jour­nal cit­ed is legit):

Silly tech for today — tweets, morse code, and ambi­ent lighting:

Illustrations and ani­ma­tion pro­duced from paper constructions:

Our new space tele­scope is com­ing on-line:

Nice sum­ma­ry of the pro­pos­al for lim­it­ed “high-speed” rail in the USA:

People agree­ing to hav­ing their cars tracked and hacked because they
are poor and untrustworthy:

Shipping con­tain­ers are the lat­est archi­tec­tur­al cliche:

A gig­gle in hon­or of the end of Passover:

Try to fig­ure out how this was done before you click through to Instructables.

more next week