Great-Uncle Merry said nothing. He walked along beside them in silence, very tall, brooding, his face lost in the shadows. With every long stride he seemed to merge into the night, as if he belonged to the mystery and the silence and the small nameless sounds.
Excerpt from Over Sea, Under Stone — Chapter 8, Book 1 of The Dark is Rising Sequence by Susan Cooper
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Some choose to incite fear of 3D printed guns in the home, but as this video demonstrates, the opportunities to collaborate for good are limitless. And with the CES announcement about a $1,375 replicator mini, it’s amazing how accessible the technology has become.
"The building behind me serves as a moral compass, not only for our country but for the world. And over my dead body are we going to find trash pouring out of these trash cans," he said. “At the end of the day, we are the stewards of these buildings that are memorials.”