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Piracy gets real

April 16, 2012


February saw the launch of a new category on The Pirate Bay, a sometimes controversial file sharing site that is considered to be a source for copyright material without the annoying little feature of having to pay for it. From now on, as well as music, films, e-books and others the site now offers “physibles” […]

Want It? Print It

November 14, 2011


You can call it “rapid prototyping” or call it Version 2.0 of the Industrial Revolution or you can call it, as certain members of the UK government are alleged to have done “an existential threat to our entire way of life” but even its official name of “additive layer manufacture” is widely ignored.