Awesome video of a LEGO Mindstorms set up that builds little LEGO cars.
What’s the difference between a regular robot and a killer robot?
The gnawing jeers of men.
Firefox cofounder Blake Ross very funnily relates the story of popup blocking in Netscape 7 in a guest appearance on the [Daily WTF](http://thedailywtf.com/).
>It’s hard for me to write a WTF, not because I can’t remember one, but because I remember too many. Netscape was one giant WTF, or as they called it back then, AOL. The company had grown so inept that “WTF” became just another thing we said each day, like “Hey” or “What time is it?” or “We just lost another 5%” or “Marketing wants to replace the Back button with an ad for Bowflex”.
“How Not to be Seen” in Halo.
Don Marti has a great post about business deals he’d like to see. A couple of these are good ideas, a couple are just funny.
The Daily Show [segment with John Hodgman](http://youtube.com/watch?v=-YedWtX9tKE) on net neutrality is brilliant, and actually explains the issue pretty well.
I went to the Wil Wheaton reading today. I was amazed at the turnout, it was in a theater at [Coolidge Corner](http://www.coolidge.org/) and it sold out. I’m guessing there were three or four hundred people there. Wil was *very* funny, I definitely recommend trying to catch him if you get the chance.
A study found that watching *The Daily Show* might be causing low youth voter turnouts because viewers have a more cynical opinion of candidates and the political system. Ah, now I get it. Young people aren’t avoiding the polls because the candidates are low quality and the system is corrupt, they’re avoiding the polls because *The Daily Show* keeps *pointing out* that the candidates are low quality and the system is corrupt.
The winners of the Firefox Flicks fan-made Firefox ad competition are all excellent.
Stephen Colbert gave a hilarious in-character “tribute” to Bush at the Washington Correspents Dinner. Video here. That handshake with Bush afterwards looks pretty awkward.