Remember that episode where the Doctor finds the Pandorica and every enemy that he has ever ticked off descends on Stonehenge to give him some payback? Well, this is that. With cupcakes for the characters and a cake for the Pandorica.
This beautiful ceramic teapot was handmade by Etsy seller/Zelda fan/punk potter Lauren Russell. She made it lovingly using white earthenware clay then carefully glazed it with non-toxic glazes. And Link wouldn’t think twice about breaking it open for a chance of scoring a rupee.
You’ve seen food art at its finest, now how about a taste of toast art that’ll make you look at your morning slice of bread in disdain? Many people regard food as an adventure, rather than just something you need for sustenance or to fill your stomach.
Samsung launched the original Galaxy Camera several months ago. The camera was interesting because it promised high-quality photographs and had integrated LTE connectivity from some major wireless carriers within the United States. That integrated wireless connectivity meant that you could upload photographs to cloud-based storage or your favorite social networking site on the go.
If there’s one company that has the best chance of bringing the robopocalypse to reality, it has to be Boston Dynamics. Between BigDog, AlphaDog, Cheetah and Sand Flea, they’re building a veritable army of robo-animals on behalf of DARPA.
Back in my college days, I took microbiology and spent plenty of time in the lab culturing various bacteria. My microbiology professor hated it if we drew patterns or other than random circles or zigzags in our petri dishes.
We know by now that Apple has adopted a more-or-less annual update cycle for the iPhone. In between major revisions, we’ve seen the company release “S” versions that feature upgrades to the previous version’s internal hardware.
Okay guys, prepare to have your hearts won over by this female Doctor Who fan who has a sexy Doctor Who tattoo. The tattoo is of a garter holding a Sonic Screwdriver. After all, that really is the best place to hold your Sonic Screwdriver.
One of Google’s April Fools’ Day pranks was the launch of Google Nose, a search engine that would supposedly push your olfactory senses into hyperdrive. While you won’t be able to smell stuff on your computer display yet, you might soon be able to on your television screen.
Space exploration has never been so sexy. This Mars Curiosity rover dress definitely makes me curious to explore her surface. I kid. No, really I have always wanted to explore the Martian landscape. Just not as much as I do now.
That’s right X! It’s a 16″ x 6″ replica of a light capsule from the Mega Man X series, featuring a looping animation of the one and only Dr. Light. The replica was made by artistman Andrewman Butterman Andrew Butterworth.
Everything’s multi-functional these days, so why not extend that concept to vehicles? More specifically, to street-cleaning trucks? I’m sure you’ve seen sweepers at work on your street, but they’re kind of wasteful, if you think about it.
I’ve been dunking my cookies ever since Oreo launched their Twist, Lick, and Dunk campaign. Suffice to say, I’ve encountered a number of problems in the dunking process that you might have experienced yourself.
For example, spilled milk.
The automotive industry is a tough one for a new automaker to break into. It’s even tougher for a new automaker to break in the automotive industry with a completely electric vehicle. Most consumers are still staying far away from electric-only cars in large part due to range anxiety, so major manufacturers are focused on plug-in hybrids for now.
We all know Han Solo shot first, but looking at this awesome LEGO DL-44 blaster, I don’t even care. I just wish I had this sitting on my shelf – or in my waistband. It’s Han’s famous Greedo-killing blaster in LEGO form.