NASA and printable food. I can't stop thinking about the Jetsons enjoying their utopian food pills. Which never happened, of course, because it's a dumb idea.
Printable food doesn't sound all that much more appealing than those Jetsons food pills. But the stories deal with that issue - "If eating something spat out by the same kind of 3D printers...doesn’t sound too appetizing, that’s only because you can currently afford the good stuff."
By Vladimir Brezina
Ailsa's travel-themed photo challenge this week is Pale. Once again, her chosen theme is somehow strangely linked to The Daily Post's photo challenge this week, Color---although for a change it's the polar opposite.
In response to The Daily Post's challenge, I've posted some highly colored kayaking photos. But of course I have some pale ones as well...
BIRMINGHAM (AP) - A Detroit Country Day student has taken first place in the Michigan state finals of the 25th annual National Geographic Bee at Western Michigan University.
Sixth-grader Neha Middela from Bloomfield Hills nabbed the top prize Friday in the competition on the Kalamazoo campus. She will represent Michigan in the national competition next month in Washington, D.C.
Friday's competition featured about 100 geography whizzes from across the state.
ANN ARBOR (WWJ) - With March Madness Parties and the Annual Hashbash many revelers will be enjoying the weekend festivities on the campus of U of M.
And as WWJ's Kathryn Larson reports - one woman is at the helm of ensuring everything goes off without a hitch.
Saturday evening, U of M's Public Safety Spokeswoman Diane Brown will be ...
I headed for the Taj Mahal around 4:30 and got back to the hotel around 7:30. Main takeaways:
- the security has AK47s which look fake
- the security office is covered with monkeys
- more pictures were taken of me than i took for the Taj Mahal itself (not really, but close)
- it IS amazing and beautiful
I expected it to be overrated but it 100% is not.