Linkzookery has been long on links and short on zookery, so I’ll be commenting on each and every entry. Lucky you.
Newsweek: No More Electric Bills
I particularly like the concept of a home’s excess electricity being pumped into the grid. While not a tree-hugger, I’d sure like to see more of this, which would drive the price down, which would make it more feasible.
The Digital Bits: Widescreen-o-Rama
An oldie but worth its weight in aspect ratio.
Will ‘electric bullets’ replace the stun gun?
Not a lot of info in this one. Just another sign that non-lethal weapons are on the verge of coming into their own.
Hollywood’s New War Effort: Terrorism Chic
If Hollywood’s not careful, someone may question their patriotism.
Are They Too Young to Ride the Trains Alone?
Well, since they’re six years old, I’d say the answer is a great big “YES”, but maybe that’s just me.
M4 chambered for nerf darts
A pretty in-depth discussion and instruction. I may have to build one.
Pentagon Signs Off on NASA Launcher Plans
I’ve received a bunch of emails from varioius readers on the latest launcher developments, but I just haven’t been able to post on them. So here’s another with some incredible hi-res drawings: Safe…Simple…Soon. I hesitate to say that I’m a big fan of Shuttle-derived systems, but I don’t see that we really have any other choice at this point.
Building a BlueSniper Rifle
Scan and attack Blutooth devices from over a mile away.
It’s really the equivalent of about 4000 megapixels, but who’s counting?
Heroes Week at Big Mouth
Check ’em out.
“More are on the way”
Bill Rogio on the new Iraqi Army.
The HK416 Enhanced Carbine
More on this baby, which apparently is H-Ks hedge against the ever-lengthening process to adopt a new assault rifle such as the XM8.