Since I am currently completely absorbed by Fallout 4, and Christmas is almost here, these sweet decorations caught my eye. If you want to put together an awesome Christmas tree this year, you will need these cool Vault Boy ornaments.
Back in January, Joetsu unveiled a pair of PS Vita cases that had L2 and R2 triggers connected to the appropriate spots on the system’s rear touchpad. However, those cases were compatible only with the second-generation PS Vita, aka the PCH-2000.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you know all about the Squatty Potty. It’s a stool that helps you poop more effectively. The company’s video featured a unicorn pooping rainbow ice cream as a proxy for humans taking a dump.
Like the Imperial speeder bike quadcopter we saw earlier this year, YouTuber ajw61185’s quadcopter started out as a toy. He modified Hasbro’s First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter, and turned into a flying day care center.
I’m not sure how I missed the resemblance between Fallout 4’s Paladin Danse and Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear. Now that this mod has turned up painting his power armor green, white, and giving Danse a purple head covering, I’m surprised I missed it.
Guys, your wife or significant other might not tell you this, but your screwing game probably needs some help. Lots of people have performance issues when it comes to screwing – things like difficulty getting into the hole, or maybe you keep sliding the shaft at the wrong angle and hitting the wrong hole.
One of the most annoying things about work are bosses who put up those damned motivational posters around the office. Those things don’t motivate any of us. With 2016 very nearly here, you might be in the market for a new calendar.
Laptops and even desktop computers are getting touchscreens. But Redditor tokyopress’ computer has keyscreens. He made a Processing 2.0 program that turns his Corsair backlit keyboards into crude but cool displays.
Tokyopress’ program takes advantage of GitHub user ccMSC’s unofficial OS X and Linux driver for Corsair’s K65, K70 and K95 keyboards.