An alternative portal to a triangular dimension. Three points of colourful intensity.
I had some fun this weekend, creating street signs using various websites. Most of the street signage is US-style, but a large number are British with a little European thrown in for good measure. Now you know what sort of things are down my street.
We’re not the biggest fans of gambling here in Gifville, but bills (and taxes) have got to paid, so we’ve let some Cherokee investors from Alabama open up a Monaco-themed casino right on our high street. With roulette,slots and ‘video poker’, we might have struck gold (and champagne), or we’ve just prised open the gates to gaming hell.
They usually know the way, unless they’re middle management, then it’s best to count your blessings.
In 1982, a group of Carnegie Mellon computer scientists wanted to check the inventory of their soda vending machine without leaving their desks. They came up with a solution that was revolutionary at the time—they connected the machine to the internet.
In 2018, you don’t have to be a computer science PhD to set up a smart vending machine. You can thank Limor “Ladyada” Fried for that change. She’s the founder and CEO of Adafruit Industries, a company that makes hardware programming and the Internet of Things accessible to everyone.