Happy extermination day to you. Happy extermination day to you. I love a good Dalek cake and this cake was made by Mike’s Amazing Cakes for Irene’s 16th birthday. Hopefully that wasn’t her last, because you know how Dalek cakes can be.
Since I’ve spent the better part of the last 20 years developing and designing stuff on the Internet, I’m painfully familiar with having to clear my cache and refresh my browser window. In fact, the F5 key on my old Windows machine is worn down to a nub at this point.
Remember the epic shootout sequence on Fhloston Paradise in The Fifth Element? Well, this is it, lovingly recreated in LEGO by builder Matt De Lonoy. Man, I love this movie. Where else are you going to find Milla Jovovich running around half naked with orange hair saying Leeloo Dallas Multipass?
When it comes to bags and backpacks, the holy grail is a bag that’s completely waterproof, to protect all of your precious gadgets from rain and snow. Check out what Allen Mowery at DIY Photography has come up with.
When I dust off the old Atari Flashback to play games from the Atari 2600, I realize how crappy most of the games really were. The only games which really stand the test of time are the Activision games, like Kaboom!,
Nope, this isn’t a UFO, it’s a functional modern art installation that was installed in the atrium of the Level Shoe District, a 96,000 sq. ft. footwear emporium, situated within the Dubai Mall. Of course, something this extravagant would only be in a shoe store in Dubai.
Jed Henry lit the Internet on fire with his ukiyo-e-style art. Then he worked with woodblock artist David Bull to turn those artworks into actual ukiyo-e prints, which are now under the brand Ukiyoe Heroes. Now Jed and Dave have started a sillier offshoot called Chibi Heroes.
Personally, I prefer speakers that are heard and not seen, but if you’re from the opposite school of thought – and you have deep pockets – you might want some of these ginormous glass speakers for your media room.
There’s something to be said about taking care of your computer monitors, especially about the ones that come included in all-in-one computers. You can’t really change those easily when there’s something wrong with them, so it makes sense to be very careful, just in case.
So now that you’ve finally memorized all of the patterns to beat Pac-Man, what are you going to do with all of that spare time on your hands? Well, you could move on to Ms. Pac-Man, I suppose, or you could try this game, which starts out looking like Pac-Man, but then quickly degrades into insanity.
YouTuber morishowta is working on a wrist-mounted holder for his iPhone that quickly pushes the phone to his hand when he thrusts his arm forward. It’s like the hidden blade in Assassin’s Creed, or Travis Bickle’s gun in Taxi Driver, except it hides a smartphone.
The Roland TB-303 bass sequencer is one of electronic music’s founding fathers, which had its heyday in the early 1980s, and later became the backbeat to just about every piece of house and rave music ever recorded, and is still popular with musicians today.
Hardcore beer drinkers who want to try every beer there is on the planet (or at least, a majority of them) will want to get their hands on a handy reference guide called Beertone. Its name is obviously a play on Pantone, which is behind one of the most widely used color matching systems used by many companies today.
I have a son and a daughter and I can say easily that my son was harder to potty train than my daughter. My son would runaround and pee on anything and everything from the dog, the door, the neighbor (true story), to our houseplants.