One More Thing: Internet addiction is now classed as an illness

We definitely don't have it now please may we check our emails?

One More Thing Internet addiction is now classed as an illness

No, no, no - Internet addiction is going to be classified as a mental illness in a proper medical encyclopaedia. Symptoms include emotional shutdown, lack of concentration and withdrawal. Watch as we all shuffle uncomfortably. F5. F5. F5. [RT.com]

Splinter - A French company has hand-crafted a wooden computer keyboard. At first we were all, "Wooden keyboard? Pah!" but then we looked a bit more closely and now we'd all like one. Might go out and hug some trees later, if you want to come. [Humans Invent]

Beebot - Scientists are studying the way bees smell and see and using their findings to build a self-navigating flying robot. Should we be encouraging this kind of behaviour? If Hollywood has taught us anything, it's that we should never mix insects and technology. Just ask Jeff Goldblum. [BBC]

Spin - Speaking of disturbing tech crossovers, here's a record player made of Lego that sounds wonderfully creepy, although that might be mainly down to the weird German record Ryan Alexander decided to play on it. [Makezine]

Gun slinger - A law student in Texas who leased a 3D printer from Stratasys found that the company took back their equipment when it discovered he planned to design a 3D printed gun. There are quibbles about the legality of this, obviously, but more about the fact that it would take a brave/stupid person to trust the gun enough to actually fire it. [New Scientist]

Got milk? - Team TechRadar shares an office with someone with a milk allergy, so we'll obviously be passing on the news that scientists in New Zealand have engineered a cow that produces milk almost entirely free of beta-lactuglobin. He'll be over the moo-n. Sorry. [Telegraph]

Animate the state - Forget live-blogging, Tumblr is going to Live-GIF the US Presidential debates. Man, politics is cool now. [Mashable]

Job lot - October 5 marks one year since Steve Jobs passed away, so of course Forbes is about to reveal all its 'untold stories' about the Apple co-founder including how he kept Bill Gates waiting once, and he hid some Porsches. Yes, we can see why they've remained 'untold' until now. [Apple Insider]