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These stories appeared online since publication of the last issue of this magazine, in December 2014. They might interest you, especially if you missed them.
3D printing created this drone, complete with circuitry
5 DIY 3D Scanners to Watch
2015 Detroit Auto Show: You Might Be Able To Buy 3-D–Printed Cars In A Year
Choctopus Chocolate Printer
Imogen Heap’s sci-fi gloves make anyone a musician
Zombie cookie: The tracking cookie that you can’t kill
Like-Fueled Algorithm Knows Facebook Users Better Than Their Family
What Happens To Uber Drivers And Other Sharing Economy Workers Injured On The Job?
North Korea’s OS X clone is now available to the public
3-D Printed Prosthetics That Look Fit for a Sci-Fi Warrior
A Hacker Reveals How Your Fingerprint Could Be Easier To Hack Than A Traditional Password
The most interesting 3D printers introduced (so far) at CES 2015
Leap second: French time lords add one second to 2015
Top Three Results From a 115-Year-Old Citizen Science Project
Drone maps out Italian city buried in 1688 quake
NASA Emailed a Wrench to the Space Station for 3D Printing
Why People Are Moving to the Town Without Wi-Fi
The CPU from the original PlayStation is guiding a probe to Pluto
Also In The February 2015 Issue
A basic introduction to 3D printing with concepts, examples, and a glossary of 3D terminology.
Why are there so many gnomes available for 3D printing?
From simple to complex, nine three-dimensional models you can download then print to explore 3D printing.
An American living in the United Kingdom, Jill Hodges talks about how she started a summer technology camp for kids.
When you create a three-dimensional model for printing, it's important to know what prints well and what does not.
Practice problem solving skills programmers use every day.
Of 8500 plus programming languages, many are forgotten or lightly used enough to be called dead programming languages.
It's possible to print your 3D project the same way you print a flyer at the UPS store. Here are several options.
The VRML language, or Virtual Reality Modeling Language, is ancient but still lets you create simple three-dimensional objects.
3D printers may be new technology but there are several printers individuals, schools, and businesses might buy.
Links from the bottom of all the February 2015 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for December 2014 and January 2015.
While many people are familiar with floating point numbers in school math problems, they're very useful in computing.