Monthly Archives: January 2014

SQLEditor 2.7 – the customizable object palette

The newest and latest feature to arrive in SQLEditor 2.7 [55MB Zip] is a customizable object palette. For a long time, the object palette in SQLEditor has looked like this: There were three fixed objects, that could be dragged from the … Continue reading

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Teddy the Guardian – a smart toy and medical sensor device

I just saw details of this new stuffed/plush toy bear that contains medical sensors, which seems absolutely wonderful as an idea. The idea is that instead of having to persuade a child patient to put up with various medical devices … Continue reading

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The Journal of Cartoon Overanalyzations

For all of your cartoon analysis needs:

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