A few months ago, I was in my office at an electronics company in San Francisco when I saw a tweet from a young man named John.
It read: “I love to make things.
And if I get paid, I’ll be making things.”
A few weeks later, he would be the CEO of an internet startup, and a few months after that, he’d be the president of his school’s robotics club.
John, who is 25, was working on a project about a robot that could be used in classrooms, and one day, he and his classmates were working on an experiment.
They’d built a robot, and now they wanted to put it to work for a classroom.
The robot, named Mabel, could go into a classroom and walk around with a group of kids.
But Mabel didn’t work with kids.
Mabel’s purpose was to make sure the kids got their science lesson, and to get the robot to do its job.
It wasn’t just that it looked and sounded different.
It was also that it could walk around a room and interact with other robots, too.
“It’s kind of the opposite of the toy,” says John.
“A toy is supposed to be something you put down, and then you try to get it to go anywhere.”
Mabel was designed to look like a giant, white, rubber robot with two wheels and a small black box in its back.
Its two big eyes looked like an eye in a book.
It had a little face with a nose, mouth, and an arm.
It looked a lot like a robot with a big mouth and a big nose, and its ears were a little big.
John and his friends were making Mabel in their spare time, and they hoped it would be a success.
They thought the school would use the money they made to buy a new robot to keep it going.
It would be better, they said, than Mabel.
The school bought a new toy, and soon after, Mabel started working with the kids.
It started teaching kids to play with it.
The next year, the robotics club bought a second robot.
This one, called Mabel-2, was made by an Australian company called Robocop.
It looks a lot more like Mabel than the previous robot, Mabell, but it is still a robot.
Mabel is much smaller than Mabels original cousin.
Its body is a rectangular shape with a flat, rectangular, rounded bottom.
Its top is covered in a rubber strip that makes it feel like it’s made of rubber.
The rubber strip has a very specific pattern that looks like a circle on a sphere, and Mabes legs have three little spikes.
When you walk onto a flat surface, Mabeels body moves to the right, and when you walk on the bottom, its body moves back.
The spikes are connected to a little pad on the top of the robot.
These pads are like a little ball on top of a ball.
When they hit the floor, they create a bump that bounces back onto Mabells body.
The pads work like a button on a computer, and the ball bounces the button.
When the button is pressed, Mabs body starts to move towards the other side of the ball.
It then goes back to where it started, and this time it moves to where the button was pressed.
And when it’s back to the other end, it moves back again.
This pattern repeats until the ball is bouncing over and over.
Mabeel’s job is to make the balls bounce from side to side.
When Mabees feet touch the floor or the floor gets dirty, it will start to bounce a little more, and that is when the ball starts to roll on its own.
MABEELS job is also very simple.
It’s to pick up a ball and drop it.
When it hits a solid surface, like a brick, it just sticks to it and sticks.
But when it hits something soft, like the carpet, it takes a little longer to stick.
The ball has a hard surface that’s hard for Mabella to stick to.
Maboels job is more complicated.
Mabiels job, like many robots, is to pick it up and drop onto a hard, slippery surface.
When a Mabelle touches something hard, it has a spring-like spring on the front of its head that pushes the ball up into the air.
It goes down and down, up and down.
The spring then pushes the Mabelees body into the floor.
This is where the ball and the floor come together.
The Mabela can walk up and back and back again, but the ball has to stay down.
Mabus job is different.
When its body gets on a hard metal surface, it stops and then starts walking again.
When this happens, the ball stops in the air, and