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Two Mammoth Calf "Mummies" Made for Great 3D Models

A CT scanner revealed the baby mammoths still had milk in their stomachs when they died.
Ben Richmond
7.10.14
machines

Alexander Graham Bell Made a Wireless Phone That Ran on Sunshine

Happy 134th birthday to the photophone.
Ben Richmond
6.3.14
studies

Museums Gotta Lift, Bro

People like museums more when there's weight lifting.
Ben Richmond
5.2.14
videos

What 'Seinfeld' Would Be Like If the World Were Dead

A supercut that drives to the heart of your own mortality. Also slap bass! So much slap bass!
Ben Richmond
3.11.14
Motherboard Blog

A PillCam Got Stuck In This Man's Gut for 8 Weeks

Technology's relentless pace sometimes trips up too.
Ben Richmond
2.7.14
Motherboard Blog

The Raptor Cage from Jurassic Park Is on Ebay—Raptor Included

It's time to bring movie magic back from extinction...
Ben Richmond
1.27.14
Motherboard Blog

The Siliconless Valley? Clear, Organic Transistors Are Speeding Up

Organic as in "carbon" not as in "GMO-free" or whatever. Although, irrelevantly, it's also GMO free.
Ben Richmond
1.11.14
Motherboard Blog

Dogs Poop in Alignment with Earth's Magnetic Field

Dog doo north.
Ben Richmond
12.31.13
Motherboard Blog

Beatboxing Is Good For the Throat (If Gross To Watch)

SPOILER: Kind of gross.
Ben Richmond
12.23.13
Motherboard Blog

This Is How Video Artist Fabio Di Donato Made 'Around Saturn'

The budding master of a form--found-footage video art collages set in outer space--opens up on Earth videos shot from the International Space Station and probes flying over the Moon, as well as his process, influences and favorite planet.
Ben Richmond
8.6.13
Motherboard Blog

Enjoy These "Beer Labels In Motion"

We raise our steins to a Tumblr.
Ben Richmond
7.26.13
Motherboard Blog

A Button To Press When Something is Really Neat, Nifty, Rad, et al

When pressed, this cross-platform USB controller - created using the Teensy USB microcontroller - types in a random synonym for the word "awesome" so you don't have to.* Radical. With the right programming, perhaps this could somehow become an...
Videodrome
4.12.11