My kids don’t understand moderation at all. When they go brush their teeth for instance, they glob the stuff on there so when they brush chunks of paste fly everywhere and they look like Old Yeller before he had to be put down.
I have never liked working on a notebook computer if I can help it. I know a lot of people that work from notebooks exclusively in the office and out. I want room to spread out and a nice thin keyboard and a high sensitivity mouse when I work.
I have never built a computer for myself or anyone else in my house that couldn’t play some video games if the need hit. The big downside to cramming powerful video cards, CPUs and fans inside your computer is that the things tend to be loud.
Remember the Chinese dude who built himself a 5-ton Megatron? Well, the man going by the nickname “Steel Legend” is back and he’s made a bunch more scrap metal Transformers, from Autobots to Decepticons. He sure love robots.
That’s right folks! For the low low price of £5000 (appx. $8,200 USD), you can get the definitive Nintendo Virtual Boy collection! Proof that trash turns to treasure if you give it enough time. And who wants a partial collection of junk?
There’s probably something to be said about LED shower heads or light therapy in general, especially when you have just woken up. This LED Color Changing Shower Head is from Chinavasion and the colors will change depending on the temperature of the water, making it easy to figure out if the water is going to scald you or freeze you.
I get dozens of iPhone app announcements every day, but this one actually made me prick up my ears and listen. That’s because instead of sending text messages, Tinyvox sends voice messages.
The cool thing about the little app is that it makes it stupid simple to record personalized voice messages and send them to your friends or post them to social networking sites.
If a dancing Borg cube of light sounds cool to you, get ready for a nerdgasm. A geek named Nick has taken 512 LEDs and cobbled them all together into a massive cube. He then hooked all those LEDs up to STP16CP LED sink drivers to reduce the components in the build.
I always used mechanical pencils when I was growing up as much as possible. I hated having to go to the sharpener and sharpen my pencil. I did indulge in the occasional grade school game of get your pencil super sharp and throw it dart-style into the ceiling though.
If there is a particularly hot place in hell set aside for ugly, these new Dolby 3D glasses will be right there beside the Yugo. Dolby has announced that it has some new reusable 3D glasses for theaters to give moviegoers rather than the disposable glasses that they use now in most places.
I’ve always wanted to see in real life the exoskeleton that Ripley used in Aliens. It looks like it almost has arrived. Skeletonics [JP] appears to be a college-level engineering project, but it does look pretty impressive.
I’m quite late to Oliver Taylor’s ocarina party, but even with close to three hundred thousand views his perfect, no-look rendition – via Link – of the Tetris theme in Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a tune that still needs to be spread around.
…or if like me you have bad handwriting. Dongyeon Kim’s Take-it Post-it Printer concept syncs with both PCs and mobile devices and would print on Post-it sticky Notes. It also doubles as a container for Post-it Notes, so you can still tear off a piece and write a note manually.
I know you love your iPhone, but the flash isn’t really very powerful. That’s why this iFlash add-on might do the trick to get a bit more pop in low light conditions. People are relying more and more on their iPhones for their digital imaging needs, so every little bit helps.
I’m guessing that Sonic the Hedgehog was feeling jealous of Pac-Man and Mario having their own sugary treats, so he had to get into the candy-making action.
While I think that Sonic’s candies should look like gold rings, I’m guessing they thought a roll of Butter Rum LifeSavers would have been sort of lame, so they went ahead and made these mystical, magical Chaos Emerald candies instead.