This is Terry the sheep. Terry was born with his head on upside down. Obviously, he’s the black sheep of his flock. I’m not sure if the elves working in God’s workshop were drinking on the job that day or what, but that is NOT how you assemble a sheep. If Santa brought that to my house on Christmas I’d probably make a real effort to be better next year.
A sheep at a farm of one of my friends. He was born with his head the wrong way round.
He lives happily and has been checked by a Vet to ensure he is in no pain. He can eat, sleep and do everything other sheeps can.
Hoho, he’s like a modern day Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer! Well, if Rudolph was born with his head on upside down and could scratch his crotch with his antlers. Similar though. “They’re nothing alike.” Like apples and oranges, really.
Hit the jump for more pics and a BONUS VIDEO. WEE-WOO, WEE-WOO!
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A group from Microsoft’s C++ team is developing a note-taking app for Windows 8, currently known as Project Austin. Inspired by and using code from Microsoft’s fabled Courier, Austin aims to replace real notebooks while also demonstrating the capabilities of the operating system as well as C++, as told by project member Jorge Pereira. Like most journal or note-taking apps, users with a stylus (or a finger) can draw or write on paper with various backgrounds. Project Austin adds to the experience by also letting users add photos from the device’s hard drive, a camera, or from the cloud. Once a user’s creative process is complete, the app can natively share the results through email or Skydrive.
There’s no solid release date for Project…
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Hot on the costumed-heels of yesterday’s London cosplayers lip-syncing to that one booboo-ass song, here comes another, this time from the San Diego Comic-Con of cosplayers lip-syncing to an equally annoying ear-bleeder. The deeper meaning of a bunch of people dressed-up as things they’re not singing a song called ‘Born this Way’ being lost on me aside, that’s not what I came to talk about. I came to talk about the song itself. Now listen: I’m all for a “gay anthem”, but whatever happened to “we’re here, we’re queer, stop being such a stodgy bag of dipshit bigots”? Now that one, that one’s catchy.
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So, this is cool: The Georgia Robotics and Intelligent Systems lab has built these things called Khepera swarm robots. Though they look like little Roombas, they haven’t quite learned how to pick up crumbs yet. They’re actually a part of grad student Edward Macdonald’s Masters thesis and just recently learned a couple new tricks.
They’re first feat was to spell out the word GRITS (for Georgia Robotics and Intelligent Systems), and now they’ve moved on to forming a landing pad for a quadrocopter. They grow up so fast, don’t they? Anyways, in the video below you can see these little cutie-bots walk in a line behind the leader robot (which reminds me of baby ducks), and create a formation fit to land a quadrocopter on.
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It’s not every day you see how the sausage is made. This is how Leica puts together their famous M9 camera – by hand, all done by men in white lab coats. It’s an impressive bit of engineering to be sure and pricing aside, this is an incredible camera.
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This man is tightening a mold in a Samsung factory in Kaluga, Russia. Inside that mold is a portion of what will soon be a television. Let’s take a tour of the rest of the factory.
Samsung opened this particular factory in 2008 and its been putting out products ever since. Aside from quality inspections, it appears that from the moment components arrive in gigantic sacks from Korea nearly everything is automated in this factory—from hot plastic being piped into molds to microcircuits being produced to the little logos being stamped onto panels. Humans mostly oversee the production and yes, occasionally tighten molds. Guess we’re still needed for something. [English Russia]
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