Tag Archives: Glass

6 Lessons We Learned from the Object Lessons “Ask Us Anything!”

By | October 30, 2015

In less than 30,000 words, each book in the Object Lessons series opens our eyes to the buried meanings, uses, and significance of ordinary things. Last week, the authors and editors of Object Lessons came together on a Reddit AMA to answer questions about the series and the six new titles published last month. Here… Read More »

Books Made of Glass

By | October 1, 2015

Guest post by John Garrison In an article last month in the journal 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, researchers from MIT describe breakthrough technology that allows a 3D printer to create glass objects. C|Net has a video of the printer in action. With 3D printing, no longer do “printers” solely imprint ink on paper. This… Read More »