8 things we wanted to share this week:
- If you’re a fan of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, you’ll want to be in Chicago for Ferris Fest.
- Here’s a glimpse into a Betty Crocker test kitchen from 1966.
- The surprising story of how Johnny Carson saved the game of Twister.
- Someone has developed LEGO-styled ‘Braille Bricks’ to help visually impaired kids learn to read.
- Here’s a Rube Goldberg machine built entirely from HTML form elements.
- A look at the ‘Neon Museum’ – preserving Las Vegas history one sign at a time.
- My obsession of the week: this Death Star fire pit made by a high school welding class.
- Fun Fact: The first video game console Sony made was NOT the PlayStation.
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