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Thanks for subscribing to Glitchet! I hope you enjoy your stay. In this inaugural issue, we have robot jedis, drone warfare, Elon Musk's Hyperloop, illegal electronic cartography, a tormented journalist's confession, a cool toy, and some great glitch art.

drone warfare NYT

How Cyberwarfare and Drones Have Revolutionized Warfare

"Drones enabled headquarters to break through the fog of war swiftly ... using basic jammers to disrupt insurgents' abilities to trigger improvised explosive devices using cellphones."

robot jedi

What Happens When a Samurai Trains a Sword-Wielding Bot?

This sword bot can defend against a swing every 2-3 seconds.

You ever think, "Who am I on the internet, really? I don't think even I know I'm a dog at this point."

a toy at

Fractal Lab

A free tool that uses fractal math to generate cool 2d and 3d renders in your browser, with all sorts of settings and graphics options. I made the thing on the right here.

privacy invasion through data on Medium

The Hypocrisy of the Internet Journalist

"I'm selling you out as hard as I can, and I'm sorry."
Thanks, dude. I really feel the remorse.

futuristic infrastructure with natgeo

Elon Musk's Hyperloop to Break Ground: 5 Things to Know

  • We swear Musk didn't build it from scratch using his mind and a pair of needle-nose pliers
  • Some of it is lame old
  • It's inexpensive
  • It might fail
  • It might start outside the U.S.
  • I wish it would go underwater