Candy is great and all, but trick-or-treaters in northeast Grand Rapids could get a lot more than sweets this Halloween.
WZZM-13 reports that the Geek Group, a non-profit science and technology educational organization, is giving out 250 desktop computers to local kids.
I guess it shouldn't be a surprise that someone made a printer that uses regular ink pens. And that the penmanship is astounding. What it lacks in the personal touch department it more than makes up for in penmanship.
For many families and individuals across the U.S., the holidays will be spent with the ones they love.
However, a new study that looked at the impact of technology on Americans' lives suggests digital devices are impacting quality family time together.
Looking for world domination? Remember the cartoon "Pinky and the Brain" from Animaniacs? The Brain was a mouse ripoff of Orson Wells. Short, chunky with jowls for days. Pinky was his bumbling sidekick who always asked "What do you want to do tonight Brain?" And the Brain would reply "The same thing we do every night, Pinky - try to take over the World!"