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The FAA is looking at new guidelines for drone operation, and a man is being taken to court for shooting down a drone that flew over his property, so we’re still not quite sure what laws are going to be in effect regarding these unmanned flying aircraft, even though they’re not really at all different from existing R/C aircraft; people just freak out because the word “drone” is scary.
Woodworker Dave Stencil wants a zombie in every kitchen. He just wants to “make quality cutting boards that showcase your love for braaaaiiiins… and well prepared meals.” Well Dave, I don’t love the taste of brains, but I do love chopping zombies up, so I’ll get your cutting board anyhow.
There are so many people on planet Earth, but sometimes, all you need is one. But if you’re far away from home and are down in the dumps, your best bet to get a hug or two or a cuddle, if you’re lucky, is through Cuddlr.
Love beer? We all do. Well, now you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about beer by reading The Beer Book. Obviously you’ll want to read it while sober so you can absorb all of the amazing facts about this drink.
For me, the theme is a big part of what attracts me to a board game. Yes, I love good mechanics and I’ll gladly play Carcassone all day long, but building a cluster of tiny cities surrounded by roads that go nowhere and inaccessible churches does take me out of the game a bit.
If you’re looking for a way to customize your computer keyboard, check out HolyOOPS. Based in China, HolyOOPS makes CNC-machined keycaps out of aluminum or titanium. They feature symbols or characters from anime, comics and at least one TV series.
Earlier this year I featured a homemade ping pong playing robot… or so I thought. It turns out that it was merely a hoax made by two animators. But this robot made by automation expert Omron is the real deal.
Pandemic is a great game. It’s a co-op game that forces players to really work together, and gives a collective sense of impending disaster. It’s such a good formula that it’s quickly turning into a genre, spawning games like Forbidden Island, and the god-awful World War Z game that was obviously never, ever play-tested.
October is here, which means in stores across the country Christmas ornaments are in stock. If you are already looking forward to the holidays and decorating your home, check out these cool and geeky ornaments for your tree.
Each year around Halloween, we see some really cool and geeky pumpkins that people are carving. Today I found a few carved pumpkins that will make the geek in you smile. My favorite is the first photo you see here, the Cylon.
Wow. Someone really loves the Castlevania games. That someone is artist Vadu Amka, who gave his old PAL SNES console a super stunning and creepy casemod makeover. Seriously, I feel like if you played this console, the dead would rise.
Unicorns are mythical creatures with a horn sticking out of their forehead. Everything I know about them I learned from watching Tom Cruise in Legend back in the ’80s. That means most of my knowledge is centered on not letting ugly trolls capture one and fix it.
A picture speaks a thousand words, but so does a shadow. At first glance, Yaara Derkel’s Coppelius chair doesn’t look like much. Sure, it has fancy cutouts on the rest and on the seat, but nothing too interesting or detailed that you’d actually consider it to be art.
Did you accidentally bend your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? Don’t throw it away just yet. Your local repair shop just might be able to do something about it with the help of the PanelPress, a specialized pair of clamps from gTool that lets you slowly bend the phone back (or at least close to) its original shape.
Growing up, nothing in the world made me clean my room faster on a Saturday than the promise of lunch at Chuck E. Cheese. As soon as we got there, I headed straight for the Star Wars arcade game and spent all my tokens in about 10 minutes trying to dominate that game and blow up the Death Star.