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Summer’s over. Camp’s kaput. Are you going back next year? What are the coolest camps out there? Space camp could be but boy is it pricey!
As cool as they are just being there, robots teach us a lot of things. And they are still sooo cool; imagine that!
Let’s face it, the world needs more robots. We certainly need more in our house and we have three or four. We thought we’d have our own equivalent of cattle drive and run our favorites right into your home. Which ones would win in the battle of the bots?
What’s the matter with those darn scientists anyway? How long is it going to take before we can all have a transporter to get us to and fro, eh?
As I said, Rube Goldberg was one of my first favorite cartoonists. He drew these wild machines that were soooo complicated but did simple things.
And his cartoons have inspired one of our favorite short films of all time: THE WAY THINGS GO. Definitely Recommended Viewing.
The Way Things Work have in turn inspired a series of commercials which are pretty darn fun. Here’s one:
And Rube, The Way, and these commercials have inspired a whole slew of wonderful homemade contraptions that all over the internet. But we will look at those later.Tweet