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Funny Stickers Perfect for Software, Hardware (or Cereal?)

Funny Stickers Perfect for Software, Hardware (or Cereal?)
The guys over at Evil Mad Scientist Labs created these wacky stickers that you can slap on the boxes from your gadgets, video games and software. The labels say “Now Slower and with More Bugs”, making them perfect on a copy of Windows Vista or maybe even Mac OS X Leopard.

Shocking Car Remote Zaps Bad Valet Parkers

Shocking Car Remote Zaps Bad Valet Parkers
If you’ve got a really cruel streak, here’s a new prank for your arsenal of practical jokes. This may look like an ordinary car keychain remote, but it won’t actually open any vehicle. Instead, it lets out a tiny jolt of electricity when your unsuspecting victim presses the wrong button. The thing that makes me a bit nervous about this gag is that the company who makes them says there’s a laser pointer built into it, but it’s broken out of the box.
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Wii Candy Dispenser Controls Sugar Cravings

Wii Candy Dispenser Controls Sugar Cravings
Now you can combine two of your favorite addictions, video games and sugar in one delicious package. The hyperglycemics over at Candy Addict (who knew such a blog existed?) recently stumbled upon this Wii-mote controller, chock-full of tasty confectionery goodness. The candy-filled remote is made by a Au’some Candies, known also for cranking out other Nintendo-inspired treats like a Gamecube stuffed with sweets, a GBA brimming with bon-bons, and these awesome fruit-flavored Mario, Donkey Kong, Zelda and Yoshi Jelly Pops.

Mini R/C Helicopters Take to the Skies

Mini R/C Helicopters Take to the Skies
These radio-controlled helicopters are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The choppers come in a matched pair that can run on different frequencies, so you can have mini-dogfights with your friends. Pressing a button on the remote can fire an invisible IR beam at your opponent’s helicopter, making it start to spin out of control.

Vholdr Sports Camera Gets the 360-Degree Treatment

Vholdr Sports Camera Gets the 360-Degree Treatment
What do you get when you combine a skateboard wheel, a length of PVC pipe, a driveway marker, a handful of screws, a bolt, washers and nuts, and some Gorilla Tape? Not much, until you throw an awesome new wearable camcorder in the mix.

Auto Sensing Coasters Keep the Drinks Coming

Auto Sensing Coasters Keep the Drinks Coming
Here’s an ingenius little invention for all you boozehounds out there. Imagine if you will, sitting at your neighborhood watering hole, when the bartender sees a little flashing light out of the corner of his eye and just knows it’s time to refill your cocktail. That’s just what these coasters do.

Every Time a Bell Rings, a Blog Gets Its Hits

Every Time a Bell Rings, a Blog Gets Its Hits
Here’s a fun little holiday project for you mechanically-inclined folks out there. This strange looking contraption connects to your computer and rings a little bell every time a visitor hits your website. With a few bucks worth of off the shelf parts, an Arduino board, a USB cable and a little code, you too can have one for your website, thanks to this detailed “how-to” article over on Tinkerlog.

Pac-Man Christmas Tree Hits Madrid

Pac-Man Christmas Tree Hits Madrid
This has gotta be the coolest Christmas tree I think I’ve ever seen. Pac-Man and his ghostly pals have been reproduced in this giant holiday light display. The “tree” features a fully-animated version of the classic arcade game, rendered across thousands of colored LEDs. From what I can tell (my Spanish isn’t that great), its currently on display in downtown Madrid at Nuevos Ministerios.

Space Invader + Rubik’s Cube = Pac-Man

Space Invader + Rubik’s Cube = Pac-Man
I know, it doesn’t sound like the math would work, but somehow that equation actually holds up in this case. Stay with me while I elaborate. You see, this art installation is the latest from the famous French street artist who goes by the moniker Space Invader.

Windows Vista DVD Burn: Got 130 Years to Kill?

Windows Vista DVD Burn: Got 130 Years to Kill?
Ah, the power of Windows Vista. Check out this recent screen capture of the progress dialog that appeared when an unsuspecting Vista user tried to burn 15 megabytes of files to a DVD RW drive. So if I’m doing my math right, the disk will be completed in 2138, a little over 130 years from now.

On/Off Coffee Mug

On/Off Coffee Mug
This simple, clever mug automatically indicates its current state of mind when you pour a hot beverage into it. In its dormant state, the mug offers a black “OFF” display, but once your hot coffee or tea hits the inside, it gradually transforms to read “ON”.

Mario Gets the Etch-a-Sketch Treatment

Mario Gets the Etch-a-Sketch Treatment
You’ve gotta hand it to the Etch-A-Sketchist. The stuff he’s able to pull off with his little red sketch toy always blows my mind. One of his latest creations is everyone’s favorite little plumber, Mario. Other recent drawings from the master of metallic filings include such pop icons as Hall and Oates, Master Chief, and the Don’t Tase Me ‘Bro dude.

Fortune Cookie USB Drives Save Memories (in Bed)

Fortune Cookie USB Drives Save Memories (in Bed)
Don’t expect to crack these fortune cookies open to predict your future. Just like the real deal, they don’t taste very good either. But they will store your files and keep them safe. The latest in the “Freshly Baked” series of USB flash storage devices from Vavolo, the fortune cookies come in both 1GB ($29.99)

IPod Catches Fire

IPod Catches Fire
For those of us in Northern climates, there’s not much worse than standing outside waiting for the bus in the freezing cold. Sometimes your coat, scarf and gloves just aren’t enough to keep you warm. So I’m pleased to tell you about the latest in portable fireplace technology, the iYule. While it actually won’t keep you toasty, the iYule will get you thinking warm thoughts.

Pinball Tries the Digital Route Once More

Pinball Tries the Digital Route Once More
Every once in a while a company takes a stab at trying to resurrect pinball machines using modern technology. The latest entry into the digital pinball genre replaces the old mechanical table with a large flat screen display and interchangeable digital games. The system offers up the familiar top-down view and flipper controllers you’d find on a traditional pinball machine, but that’s about where the similarities end.

Mario + Mickey = Super Mousio Brothers?

Mario + Mickey = Super Mousio Brothers?
Have Disney and Nintendo partnered up for a a top secret new game? Naw. But the guys over at Siliconera managed to snap this great photo of Mickey Mouse dressed in Mario garb in a Japanese arcade.
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