I love those finger-lickin’-good chicken drumsticks, but as a cookie flavor? I don’t think so.
Thankfully these fried chicken cookies whipped up by Bridget over at Bake at 350 taste nothing like the real thing, although they look so much like it!
Designer Adam Harvey is obsessed with privacy. He’s come up with clothes that hide you from thermal sensors and x-ray machines, and an anti-paparazzi bag that ruins pictures. Recently he teamed up with materials consultant Johanna Bloomfield to make the OFF Pocket, a case that cuts your phone off from the world.
I don’t know why this keeps happening to people. Maybe because some people just don’t do their research first before handing over their money?
Regardless, this story should be a cautionary tale to most people who buy gadgets from unauthorized and unverified merchants online.
If you follow Reddit with any regularity, you know their mascot is that little alien dude with the antenna sticking out of his head. Inspired by all of the traffic and support that Reddit has driven their way, the guys over at ThisIsWhyImBroke have made a very special life-size version of the mascot.
Kirobo is a 13-inch talking robot that will keep Japanese astronaut Kochi Wakata company on the International Space Station. He is now on his way to the ISS after being launched on an H-2B rocket from Japan.
Technabob contributing author Conner Flynn has a hidden talent – and I’m not talking about walking and chewing gum at the same time. The man knows his way around an Atari 2600 like it’s nobody’s business.
Entertainer Phileas Flash made this gloomy balloon sculpture of Ned Stark sitting on the Iron Throne. I think it’s based on this poster from the first season of Game of Thrones. A series so heartwrenching it even makes balloon sculptures a sad sight.
It’s still sunny and warm here in Chicago, but Winter is only a few months off if you can believe it. If you live somewhere that it snows occasionally, but don’t want to spend money on a snowblower for fear that it won’t actually snow this season?
There have been numerous actors who have played the Man of Steel over the years, and they all seem to share at least a few physical attributes. This composite image mashes up a number of the various Supermen into a single Superman.
Doctor Who fans, exterminate your thirst and transport your tastebuds to a cool and refreshing place with some ice cubes made in the shapes of Daleks and the TARDIS.
This silicone tray not only makes great ice cubes, but can be used to make candies in the shape of the good Doctor’s enemy number one or his faithful space and time machine.
The Dalek and TARDIS ice cube tray is available from ThinkGeek for $12.99(USD).
Instructables member Patrick aka Mizchief100 made what he calls the Visual Impairment Aid or VIA, a wrist-mounted device that alerts the wearer of nearby objects by vibrating and emitting a beeping noise. It’s like the Spider Sense toy but in a more practical form, not to mention one that you can build yourself.
Last year we heard about Monitor2Go, a portable external monitor. It seems very well made and has lots of convenient features, but it’s also expensive. The Able-HD is on the other end of the spectrum. It’s a portable monitor at nearly a third of the price of Monitor2Go.
This small home in Houston is covered in an about 50,000 beer cans. Homeowner John Milkovisch began decorating the house with beer cans in 1968 and obviously has never stopped. Over the following 18 years he covered the exterior with flattened can siding, made cascading garlands of can tops to hang off the roof, and decorated the property with pull tabs and other can decor.
There are plenty of electric bikes around, and if you use one as a mode of transportation, it’s nice to have that little extra boost to get you home just a little faster. Also, cruising along one one is pretty nice.