Myles Braithwaite

Conquering an Infinite Cave

A cool mammoth cavern in Vietnam that has a jungle inside. Is anyone else thinking, A Journey to the Centre of the Earth?

A jungle inside a cave? A roof collapse long ago in Hang Son Doong let in light; plants thickly followed. As 'Sweeny' Sewell climbs to the surface, hikers struggle through the wryly named Garden of Edam.

Past the hand of dog, watch out for dinosaurs," says a voice in the dark.

I think this will help our current paradigm of having a 90° based touch screen (because of the contain reaching out would cause pain in the arms).


For most people from many different disciplines a desk is the main workspace. A typical desk is composed of at least one or more vertical displays that show digital content and a larger horizontal area, containing input devices, such as mouse and keyboard, paper-based documents, and everyday objects. These two areas are clearly separated which makes it hard to move documents from one surface to the other. Furthermore, each area employs a different interaction technique. For example, we use the mouse for drawing on vertical displays but physical pens to annotate paper-based documents. BendDesk is our vision of a future workspace that allows continuous interaction between both areas.

Saturn's rings might be the remains of a giant "lost" moon that was stripped of its icy shell before it crashed into the planet, new research suggests.

What's more, the new theory could help explain why relatively similar Jupiter ended up with several huge moons and only thin, faint rings.

Looks like Tumblr really does suck as a blogging services. But more interesting individual blogs on all services have different uptime.

Not all blogs are created equal, even within the same blogging service. Downtime can vary significantly between blogs on the same service, presumably depending on which servers the blogs are hosted on. It’s a similar situation to that of shared hosting, where you can end up on servers that perform worse than others for various reasons.