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Look at this thing. Do you want it sitting under your desk, or worse, on top of it, stretching those skeletal robot doom fingers toward your soul? Or, y’know, your son. Really, whatever’s convenient. (Note: the correct answer here is no).
The latest product from community-powered quirky was conceptualized by Apple fans “within 24 hours of Apple’s announcement of the 5th generation iPod nano.” I imagine dollar signs flashed in these people’s minds upon hearing Apple’s announcement: new iPod = new case = $$$!
Don’t know what “caca” means? Open up your brain tank ’cause here comes – okay it’s Spanish for poop. So what would a product named “Spray Cacas” be like? Let me tell you: it’s a product that will revolutionize pranks in the same way that the Naked Man revolutionized one night stands.
The WPhone is a new mock phone from China that’s loaded up with all sorts of stuff that you don’t find even in a real iPhone.
Sure, it’s a touchscreen phone and media player. And yeah, it’s got Bluetooth and WiFi support.
Perfect for your demonic teenage kids – the t-shirt of the day: “Rated V: Violent Before I Played Video Games” courtesy of the fine folks over at ThinkGeek.com. I’ll wear this on the odd days that I’m not wearing my NRA “when they pry them from my cold dead hands” t-shirt.
You know what goes really well with Left 4 Dead? The Mushroom Kingdom. It’s genius! How did it take so long?
Bright colors, blocky environments, and hordes of raging infected running around among the zombie-like goombas.
Here’s a new and different idea for a DIY iPod case: use pages of old comics. A little masking tape, a few pages of killer images, and the ability to cut a straight line with scissors is all it took to assemble this chic custom case.
This beautiful pair of ceramic speakers, designed by Joey Roth, “are designed to leave the sound untouched, warm, dry, and detailed.” The handcrafted 4″ speakers are made of porcelain and cork, which the product’s page calls “acoustically dead.” I think that’s a good thing.
Blue Microphones’ Eyeball USB webcam aims to provide “HD-quality” audio and video in a relatively small package. I found it a bit confusing that a product named “the Eyeball” would have a more prominent microphone, but the tiny lens was made to be retractable to make it easier for users to know whether the camera is active or not.
I love tiny pendants, cufflinks, barrettes, and other small, innocuous ways of geeking-up an outfit, so Plastic Paradox’s Etsy storefront is, for me, pretty much the place to be. But, really, could any Halo fan resist these Master Chief cufflinks?
You can always count on modder Ben Heck to outdo himself, and this time, he’s built his best Atari 800 laptop yet.
This is the third revision of the Atari 800 laptop that Ben has built, and this one captures the spirit of the original 8-bit machine the best.
If you’re going to go custom, you might as well go all the way with it–at least, that seems to be the philosophy this modder embraced for this Gears of War-inspired Xbox 360 controller. Not content simply to slap on a custom design, velocitti added the franchise’s logo and brightened up the blood-red skull with a nice LED glow.
…That is, if the people around you haven’t seen – or finished – any of the movies that it refers to. From The Usual Suspects, to Donnie Darko and even Citizen Kane, the Spoilt shirt design offends people from all walks of life.
Pimpin’ yourself up can now be more action-packed with the Western Dryer, a hair dryer shaped like a (huge) revolver. Its high-wattage drying element will take care of moisture, while its butch looks will appeal even to alpha males.
The recent Muramasa: The Demon Blade has been well received amongst Wii fans and critics alike–so well received, in fact, that Muramasa has already joined the ranks of such games as BioShock. By that, I mean someone’s modeling their lunches after the action RPG.
I won’t lie to you, gentle readers. I don’t count monitoring power consumption among my various geeky interests. Chalk it up to the arrogance of youth. Or perhaps it’s because I’m not yet a homeowner, so I don’t fret about such things.