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Barobot Is A Hackable Cocktail Mixing Robot

Barobot Is A Hackable Cocktail Mixing Robot

We’ve seen cocktail robots before. Specifically, the one we had on stage at Disrupt NY 2013, which goes by the name of Monsieur and aims to automate drinks service. Fast forward a year, and say hello to Monsieur’s open source rival: Barobot. The Polish makers being...

The Pride of the Free State Bush Baby 20th Anniversary Knife

Drawing inspiration from the supple colors seen on the fur of an African Galago, also known as a bush baby, The Pride of the Free State presents the Bush Baby 20th Anniversary Knife. Crafted by South African knife maker Arno Bernard, the Bush Baby knife is a full tang...

Foxcatcher Official Teaser

Based on the true story of John Eleuthére du Pont, a convicted murderer, multimillionaire, and member of the famed du Pont family, Foxcatcher is the newest film from director Bennet Miller. It stars Steve Carell as du Pont, along with Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo...

Vans California 2014 Spring/Summer "Italian Weave" Pack

Following up its “Twill” pack, Vans California presents its “Italian Weave” pack. The six-piece pack features a trio of Vans Authentic CAs (pictured) and a trio of Sk8-Hi Reissue CAs, all of which feature eye-catching woven textile finishes. The Eras are available in...
Kyle Russell, Sarah Buhr And Ron Miller Join TechCrunch

Kyle Russell, Sarah Buhr And Ron Miller Join TechCrunch

TechCrunch is incredibly happy to announce three new hires today including Kyle Russell, Sarah Buhr and, somewhat belatedly, our enterprise reporter Ron Miller. As a Business Insider reporter, Kyle Russell has impressed with his balanced coverage of being hassled for...

Inside Jobs: What It Takes To Be The PR Lead At A Startup

When a tech company makes the news, the public usually sees the names of a few people: tech executives and the journalist who wrote the story. But oftentimes, a public relations person was involved too, helping to schedule the interview and otherwise facilitating...

The Rise and Fall of Sketch Artist Gary Myrick

Taking an unorthodox approach from its typical considerations, The New York Times invites us into the courtroom for a portrait of Gary Myrick – longtime sketch artist for the Texas justice system. For the past 38 years, Myrick has worked as a silent observer in the...