I wrote about 3D printing and the Internet of Things for Grantland last week. I kind of sneaked it in there, since it’s a topic planted firmly outside the cover of the Hollywood Prospectus umbrella, but I highly recommend browsing the 3D printed-object marketplace. The answer to “If you could make anything with new technology, what would you make?” was sort of surprising to me (“experimental chainmail,” “model airship” (“This is a fully modular snap-fit (no glue required) model of an Airship. It is the vanilla base for a series of absurd mashups that currently includes a Trireme and a Saturn V rocket. Designed for 3D print, it comes in two flavors: solid and shell”), a “rabbit bone”). I know it sounds like the driest thing ever, but I lurked around its internet anteroom for almost as long as I have on the best Mormon DIY blogs.