Allow me to unveil my inner cornball self, just this one time. So you know how, sometimes, you bake a cake and it doesn’t turn out the way you wanted it to? I’m sure that isn’t something you’d like, but you’ll still “like” it anyway if you use the Facebook Like Oven Mitt when you take it out of the oven.
Well this is exactly the type of story that is going to burrow deep into my brain tonight and manifest itself in some sort of horrific, vivid nightmare. Apparently a woman living in South-Central China turned up at a hospital with a live spider living in her ear.
Almost everything can be turned into a weapon. I think that much is clear if you’ve seen footage of prison brawls, where anything from spoons to toothbrushes can be deadly objects. How much more if prisoners somehow manage to grab an officer’s pen?
Some people think that books are slowly going ‘obsolete’ because of Nooks, Kindles, and iPads. To them, I say: think again. While I have nothing against these digital readers, I think that there’s just something different and special about reading a physical book with pages you can actually turn and feel in your hands.
Meshworm is the latest robotic creation from researchers at MIT, Harvard University and Seoul National University. You can try beating this earthworm-like robot with a mallet, but the thing just won’t die.
If you’re going to shoot something and have a laugh about it afterwards, then you might want to reach out for these stack of weiner bullets. You can also call them dick bullets, pecker bullets, wanger bullets, rod bullets – but let’s tread lightly on the crude side and just go with ‘weiner.’
When I was younger, I was obsessed with two things: toy cards and Coca-Cola. So one day, my cooler-than-cool father surprised me with a toy car he put together from scrap blocks of wood, all covered with cut-up Coke cans.
If you see a woman carrying around this custom arc reactor bag, you are either seeing a female Iron Man or else Tony Stark is taking to cross-dressing at night. Hopefully, it is the former. I’d hate to see the latter in a movie.
Whether or not you support the investment in military technology, you have to admit that DARPA comes up with some amazing technologies. A recent DARPA project is the Captive Air Amphibious Transporter (CAAT), which works much like a tank, except it floats on water.
It’s all about power when you’re on the go. Depending on your usage, it doesn’t take long for the battery of your tablet or smartphone to run out. It’s happened to everyone, stranded with no way to juice up your gear.