Wednesday Cool Links: Bagels, Algorhithms and Spiders

Well, we survived the skeleton Tuesday, now it’s time for Cool Links Wednesday:

Mathematically Correct Breakfast: How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves
Never thought math and bagels went together so well! While I am no mathematician at any rate, the intellectual stimualtion of creating a two-twist moebius strip, you can get slightly more cream cheese on, because the surface area is bigger.
15 Sorting Algorithms in 6 Minutes
Can 15 sorting algorithms be interesting? Over 5 minutes? I didn’t think so either, but this is pretty cool.
T8 the Bio Inspired 3D Printed Spider Octopod Robot
Don’t like spiders? Me neither! But this one has some pretty amazing moves that any disco dancer would be jealous of. And it is made of smooth 3D printed plastic.
A cold cathode audio visualizer
Super amazing cold cathode audio visualizer by [James], it’s even more awesome in action.
Retrotechtacular: Singing bird automata
There’s something extremely fascinating about old technology. This one is a singing bird box automaton from the 1890′s.

Now we are a bit less skeleton. That doesn’t mean we put on weight, that means that some of us decided to return from vacations to fancy places. I kinda liked the skeletons though. They helped at the warehouse a lot, donated their portion of ice cream in favour of the starving and let me use their femur bone for a coat hanger…