Wired editor David Rowan and the magazine and online team
Gil Hirsch taking a photo of his friend Gregg using 'terminator vision' #wired11
Hirsch displays 24hours of images on @guardian & the emotions displayed in them #wired11
Stanley Yang talks about a game that reads your mind- if you stay cool, you live. If not, you get shot #wired11
Heather Knight & the comically cute Data Robot talking about art & science by dancing to Michael Jackson #wired11
Sonia Contera is talking about creating an electrically conductive mesh that could be used to heal spinal cord injuries #wired11
Ingel shows the Copenhagen 'urban safari' displaying the multicultural area the city has become #wired11
Wowed by Ingels' ideas for creating a Copenhagen powerplant that is also a public park where people can ski on the roof
Ingels shows the Copenhagen 'urban safari' displaying the multicultural area the city is including a climbing frame from Chernobyl
The #Wired11 stage is ready to rock and roll…
This arrived in the Wired office. Apparently it's got "something" to do with #Wired11, which is next week…
Look who's on our new cover...! Subscribers already know this, of course.
The Wired office, as seen through a tiny fisheye lens strapped to the back of an iPhone.
Mag ed @iRowan beginning conversation with neuroscientist & author @davideagleman tonight.
Test Editor didn't wipe settings off security camera before return. Email has 293 pics and counting of new tester.
The final piece of Taj Mahal applied, lovingly, by our Lego crane. A proud moment for us.
Current status of our very own Taj Mahal. Not pictured: tourists.
Construction crew working hard, Taj Mahal is progressing!
And @louhowells (me) on Twitter duty and helping (hindering) the Taj Mahal build.
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