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David Byron

David Byron is a software developer working for the military-industrial complex. At Popehat, he writes about art, language, theater (mostly magic), technology, lyrics, and aleatory ephemera. Serious or satirical poetry spontaneously overflows from him while he's recollecting in tranquility. @dcbyron

8 Responses

  1. Artor says:

    Very cool. I see your aluminum cast and raise you 10 tons of cement.

  2. En Passant says:

    Too coolium for schoolium.

  3. Sharon says:

    Fascinating!

    Now for the eternal juggling act: Showing something this cool to a 6 yr old (use her sense of wow to engage her with nature and learn stuff = win!) while being prepared to handle a range of responses from "those poor ants got hurt!" to the desire to try it in the backyard.

  4. TomB says:

    Damn you Artor, I had that exact video ready to copy!

  5. David W says:

    That's interesting. I didn't expect rooms to be that small and uniform, I thought there might be some bigger rooms. And maybe some that did odd things due to rocks or roots or some such.

  6. rmd says:

    @Sharon

    Does it say something about me that I had exactly the same reactions as you think a 6yo would have?

  7. CJK Fossman says:

    How can I get a job like that?

  8. David says:

    It's a craze that's sweeping the nation!

    Never forget.