Added BldgBlog and OrangeCone to my "following" blogroll. BldgBlog is so darned good and I never remember to read it regularly. Now, I hope I will.
Update : OrangeCone just linked a Midified Roombas video
Update 2 : And this is even more fun. Roomba controlled by MacBook accelerometers.
Thinking about that for a second. One interesting thing you see repeatedly is the transformation of a recording technology into a user interface : for example, vinyl records used to be a music storage device. Then DJs discovered scratching and turned them into a manipulable instrument. Now you can even hook turntables up to a computer and use one record as an interface to scratch an entirely unrelated MP3.
Pen and paper is likely going the same way with tablets and Livescribes etc. (And arguably the typewriter became the computer keyboard and printer)
Now here's a guy turning a laptop into an input device for a robot. Daft? Sure. Any dafter than scratching records?