This is your final warning: National Robotics Week in the United States is coming up fast, starting next Saturday. Why are we giving you a warning? Ever since the U.S. House of Representatives passed resolution H.Res. 1055, officially designating the second full week in April as National Robotics Week, anyone who doesn't celebrate said week will heretoforethereby be hung, drawn, quartered, burned at the stake, thrown into a pond, fined, jailed, and given a stern talking to reminding them how great robots are and how it's their moral, ethical, and patriotic duty to celebrate robots in all of their glory.
Now that you've been made aware of the consequences, if you live in the U.S., it's time to find your nearest NRW event (there's 200 of them, covering all 50 states) and start rearranging your life so that you can get there and participate. And if planning your life around robotics sounds crazy to you, then, well, you're probably reading the wrong blog, because it's what we do every Thursday night to make sure that you have a tasty stack of videos waiting for you on Friday.