I watched a lot of Sesame Street when I was really young. It was like the only thing that the babysitter would let us watch. I liked it ok, but honestly puppets like the ones on the show gave me the willies.
Thinking back on my youth spending all the quarters I stole out of my dad’s change cup at the arcade, the video game I hated most was Q*Bert. He always jumped right off the top even when you pushed the joystick the right direction.
Forget human olympics games. The real action is when marbles compete against marbles to see who is the best of the best. Jelle Bakker of Jelle’s Marble Runs has created a video where 16 teams of marbles competefor the 2017 MarbleLympics.
The folks over at MakoMod have created a super cool custom Nintendo Switch that looks like it came straight out of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It really looks that good.
If you have played the game, you know that Link uses the Sheikah Slate to take pictures, look at maps, and see where he needs to go.
We all need to grate cheese, at least those normal among us do. I say normal because only an insane person doesn’t need nachos in their lives every now and again. You could grate your cheese with a normal boxy grater liek your grandma did, or you could get an awesome cheese grater.
British inventor Colin Furze has created a lot of cool things over the years. His latest invention? The “Carvet”, a duvet that turns a car seat into a comfy bed, while still providing access to the controls.
R2-D2 is clearly the droid that someone was looking for. Sold by the Profiles in History auction house in California this week, this model of droid was described as a “complete R2-D2 unit” that was assembled from original screen used parts.
It’s an exciting time for Rick and Morty fans. Earlier this week, we got a live stream from show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, season three debuts later this month, and now, we’re getting a Rick and Morty version of Clue.