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October 31 at 1:14pm

Robo Roundup: Creepy Crawly

Thanks BoingBoing!


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October 31 at 10:07am

Happy Halloween!


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October 30 at 8:30pm

Shel Silverstein Returns! Underwarter Land

The creator of Where The Sidewalk Ends, The Giving Tree, and other classics, had a few choice nuggets that he hadn’t yet aired by the time his time expired. Check it out.

We recommend opening another tab and letting it play while you look at BowlOfNoses. Go to the songs section of the website and just let it play. And then get the grownups to order one!


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October 28 at 11:14am

Robo Roundup: Big Dog’s Cuz

Boston Dynamics, creators of that odd four legged beast that might have wobbled but did not fall down, is back with a bi-ped creation. Pretty swell walk if you ask us.


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October 25 at 10:06am

Styles of Animation #8: Cardboard!

Monsters! Robots! Weird Creatures! Oh My! They may be flat but they sure are fun.

(Hat tip: Lance Weiler!)

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October 24 at 10:20am

Make Your Own Video Games: Learn Scratch

Hope the Younger learned some programming this summer: Scratch, and there’s no reason not to because it is both FUN and FREE. You can download it and post your creations here:


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October 23 at 8:44pm

Polar Bears Need Their Own Bowl


We’ve been talking a lot about the big white cuddly things at our pad. Nice to see that they may get a place to play for more than a day.

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