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Robot Phone

This Trash Robot is as yet Uncategorized is part of waste and recycling project and will not end up buried in landfill space.The bit should be available for hobbyists to play with in Britian and China very soon. 

The box for Robot Phone developed in a technological back alley of Shenzen, China. Based on a pencil case purchased in London years before. The red telephone box found to be the best idea, everything was open source 2.0 data. It even had old school telephone box ringtone. All they needed to do is see how many robots they could squeeze in the phone box. The phone rang everyday. They are crank calls from misadvised insurance broker’s. New workers on the conveyor belt, showcasing what is available. Points make prizes. Copies of years and years of souvenir. The touch screen and mic on the side looks like doughnut, the phone leaves residue on the tips instead of the other way round. The pencil case comes equipped with mini shaving cream bottles, you can even wipe your bumb with it. Great packaging by the way, defo sell this to my mommy. You cannot replace me, my wings are made of a shield of steel. Like I say great packaging you can easily dunk in. The instruction manual is thin, smooth and perforated, even the label looks like something out a sweet shop. Instead there’s many robots doing all kinds of things. The phone in principle is like a car, half here, half there soldered together and released to the global motorway. The robots a ringer but it works. This phone make you feel the Gaffer with built in DVD’s. The box make you feel very special, as easy as a baby in a phone box. Has a built in concierge voice message butler telling callers anything, how you are, where to leave messages or what your doing and why you cannot come to the phone right now. Is based on a new loophole in Instagram. The phone is targeted at people who want more followers and attracts a retro audience. People who attend comicon and StarTrek conventions. If you buy three you can triangulate your position, it even has options to microwave neighbours at night. Comes with default Kylie Minogue monologue ringtown that goes la,la,laah, la la la la la, la laah etc.

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This Trash Robot is as yet Uncategorized is part of waste and recycling project and will not end up buried in landfill space.The bit should be available for hobbyists to play with in Britian and China very soon. 

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Robot of the day: September 10 — Defend Net neutrality!

Robot of The Day

All of the robots here support the concept of the Internet as a “common carrier.” Here’s a great explanation of “Net neutrality” and why it matters: “Net neutrality in the US: Now what?”. Once you’ve watched that, please go visit to let your voice be heard. How can we become your benevolent robotic overlords if were stuck in a slow lane? THANK YOU FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION PUNY HU-MANS!


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RR1, Is Technology Helping or Hurting Us?


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In Nicholas Carr’s (2008) “Is Google Making Us Stupid? What the Internet is Doing to our Brains”, Carr examines the bare history of how we even got to Google as a people. Though Carr starts out this essay by nervously examining how his own behaviors have changed, Carr eventually leads us to a quick, broad line history of communication. Carr’s examination into the relatively fast advent of the internet when compared to the history of writing was a fun and insightful recap of how we have changed the medium and how the medium has changed us (p. 1 par. 5). Carr’s “swiftly moving stream” of information available on the internet, absolutely adds to Carr’s idea of these quick reading articles on the web actually “propel you towards them” (p. 1, par. 3) People who are immersed in a culture that values the internet often say they do less book…

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Elysium Robot Film Review

Factory Automation with industrial robots for ...

Factory Automation with industrial robots for metal die casting in foundry industry, robotics in metal manufacturing (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The film is about earth in the recent future where space travel has become much more popular than it is today. The world has been taken over by powerful people who prefer to have robots doing work for them than employ people to do policing.

Humans are revered as factory workers controlling heavy duty machinery. Respected for being rogues in a world where the elite class people as criminals, illegal aliens and see people as worthless pieces of a bigger picture. The leaders talk about preserving humans, they continue to manufacture more robots. The world is a ghetto. Set during a time I suspect a few years before Mad Max. It seems to be that sort of film. The world in the future is multilingual speaking the remaining popular languages French and English. People have chips that connect to the body. These chips contain login details that give access and help move easily around the world. Space is a place where for citizens of earth you should go. They administer special medications to help people survive in space flight. The jab creates a big oygenated bubble on the wrist.

The factory that employs people is funded by an organisation based in outer space habitated by humans who see these ghetto areas as parasitic.

This film introduces some interesting new weapons that open and cut doors in space ships and nutrilize and shatter robots into little pieces. With dangerous weapons we find special sheilds and new medical measures that repair and revitalise humans.

The world seems a hostile place, having the technology strapped into a human is the only means of challenging the powers that be challenging the society in a futuristic Los Angeles (Hollywood Land).

Max the main character he is lucky because he has a friend who works in the local hospital. And with the help of his friends at the transportation depo he becomes digitised and becomes powerful enough to be a one man army. Max manages to leave earth and go to space and like all good fairytales live happily ever after.

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Britian and China go head-to-head on Waste Management

Chinese Rubbish ! ?

The city Hong Kong in China generates around 6.4 million tons of waste…

Already 13 of it’s major allocated landfill spaces have been shut down…

Similar to the UK Hong Kong has made radical changes in the way shopping is done congruent with the UK…

if you had a Trash Robot there would be an even greater reduction on the amount of bags used in the household…

Read the full article and watch an acompanying video over on