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Interview with Jennifer George
"The 'funny functionality' of Rube Goldberg machines 'invites us to think more deeply about machines and mechanized processes, gadgets and technologies, and the very human ways in which we use them.'" Read more!
Rube Goldberg's Least Complicated Invention Was His Cartooning Career
By Kristina Panos: The name Rube Goldberg has long been synonymous with any overly-built contraption played for laughs that solves a simple problem through complicated means. But it might surprise you to learn that the man himself was not an engineer or inventor by trade — at least, not for long.
In the June 1923 issue of Popular Science, Rube Goldberg aspires to 'invent something useful.'
Rube Goldberg Granddaughter Fashion Designer Jennifer George: “How we can use the zeitgeist of Rube Goldberg to engage more young people in STEM”
The man behind the contraptions: how Rube Goldberg found the cure for self-isolation boredom