In February 2009, ultoday.com broke the story of the Cajun Crawler. Since that time, the weird little machine has been picked up across Geekdom. Follows are a few of the websites that have picked up the 'Crawler story across the www.

Cajun Crawler, Mechanical Engineering, Don Tamosaitis, University of LouisianaRead the original article here.

INTERNATIONAL UpdateAccording to Google, there are currently over 49,000 mentions of "Cajun Crawler" on the web.... some of them now appearing around the world.  Some new links have been added below.

NewsTin (Arab Emirates) • IraqFilm.netYahoyt (Turkey) • SurfStart (Sweden) • Ereses (Czech Republic) • Bulvar-Farma (Czech Republic) • GuyFix (Philipines) • Tare (Rumania) • Gadgetarian (Greece) • Q8i (Viet Nam) • Kotaro (Japan) • BlogKorea • Wykop (Poland)  • Nowhere Else (France) • UberGizmo :: French Version • GadgetBlog (Italy) • Tecnocino (Italy) • RosInvest (Russia) • Orenburg (Russia) • Gizmologia (Spain) • GearCrave • TechFragments • Anton Olsen • AOL.com • VodPod • LoyalKNG • NerdFellowship • engadget :: ChineseGeekologieWiredTechnovelgyGizmagLabsBlogsBootDailyLiveLeakDailyScrollDIGGDailyMotionSplittingTimesMaximizingProgressStumbleUponTechNewsMakezine • DIYdvice.comGeek.comOhGizmo! • CrunchGearSlashGearBotropolisGadgetBlipsGizmoWatchTechChuckTechEblogTheoSparkSlipperyBrickMaximizing Progress • WTF RobotsThe InformerGadget BlogENOXExaminer.comCrazy EngineersViral Video ChartAllNewsKeegy.com