Flickr member Redbeard Math Pirate came across this collection of extremely hard to find Atari 2600 games. See if you can recognize any of them:
For some reason I can’t any find these in my closet between my copies of Pitfall and Adventure.
Here I was thinking that was the only cheeseburger-shaped household appliance was the telephone from Juno. I guess I was wrong.
Hold the pickle, hold the lettuce, dirty desktops do upset us! Now you can keep your workspace neat and tidy with this mini cheeseburger vacuum, perfect for picking up dust, dirt and crumbs from all those Fruit Loops you’ve been munching out of the box.
No matter how beautiful (or in this case, large) a gaming console, it an almost always be improved upon in some way. In this particular case, the marriage of two classics has produced one harmonious construction that provides everything you need to get your Dreamcast on… and it’s all packaged up like an iMac.
The iCast is a Sega Dreamcast combined with an iMac (with the CRT screen converted to LCD).
Some people go in for a regular ol’ security system, the kind with panels and codes and alarms. And you could do that, sure. Or, you could put together some real home security: a paintball turret.
It took two years to build this bad boy, and the finished product can fire up to 34 balls per second.
The Pizza Boss 3000 from Fred looks like a miniature circular saw for cutting through even the most persistent pepperonis, stubborn sausages and cantankerous crusts. Sorry, it’s not actually motorized, so mob guys, don’t plan on slicing off any fingers with one of these.
I just got this deal in my e-mail and had to give it a mention. If you’ve been thinking about picking up one of those compact netbook computers, today is the day to get your grubby little hands on one.
Dell is offering a one-day only deal for the base model of their highly-rated Inspiron Mini 9 netbook computer for just $199 bucks!
The Nintendo DSi has only been out in Japan since last November and already the line is expanding to include a new range of very bright colors: pink, green, and blue. Not, it must be said, the blue that’s coming to the United States this spring, either.
And in fact, these new models will be available in Japan even before the DSi debuts in the rest of the world’s major gaming markets.
Been dying to do over your bathroom decor with a Hitchcockian theme? Well I can think of no better place to start than with these accessories.
Imagine the surprise of your roommate when they wake up tomorrow morning to find this Blood Bath shower curtain hanging in place of the old one.
Video games make all sorts of activities fun. Cooking Mama makes cooking fun. Harvest Moon makes farming fun. Lode Runner makes self-torture fun. Can a video game make biochemistry fun?
Try DNA Heroes, a flash game that combines Guitar Hero with…well, actually nothing.
Vista users, dust off your IE or Automatic Updates, because next week the Release Candidate of Vista’s Service Pack 2 will be available for download. The update will updowngrade your OS to Windows XP. I’m kidding.
Some of the things contained in the update include – I swear I am not making this up – “Security”, “Reliability, “Performance”, and “Application Compatibility”.
Remember the AT-AT Walker ghetto blaster? Well apparently not only the Empire gets its own boom box. This R2-D2 sound system is part of the Hype Hustle Rip-Off exhibition by artist Bill McMullen over at LA’s The Constant Gallery.
It’s becoming quite normal for amazing DIY portable systems to pop up everywhere. If it can play games, someone’s going to try to make it portable, and the Nintendo 64 is one of the most popular candidates for such projects.
When I think of old school analog synthesizers, I think of hard plastic, wood and metal cases, and plenty of knobs, switches and wires. Not so says this crafter, who’s made up this batch of awesomely soft synthesizers.
Brisbane Australia textile artist pulsewidth has created these miniature versions of classic synthesizers from throughout the ages.
Some games linger, even when they’re no longer in the spotlight, and BioShock is a game that may never die. The sinister underwater city of Rapture continues to haunt the minds–and hands–of artisan gamers around the world.