For a good few decades, the sole purpose of the headphone jack on our Walkmans, Zunes, and iPods was so that we had a place to plug in our headphones to enjoy sounds and audio on a more personal level.
Ah, Christmas is almost upon us and it’s time to bring out some crazy DIY papercraft Christmas decorations to set your tree apart from all of the rest. You can create this papercraft Steve Jobs Christmas tree ornament all by yourself and hang it on your Christmas tree to make it Apple approved!
I happen to think one of the most useless inventions known to man is the decorative soap. My wife loves this stuff though, and has little flowers and dainty bars in the bathrooms around the house that we aren’t allowed to use.
If you are a serious geek that has a hankering for some DIY LEGO style decorating for the holidays you will be glad to see these sweet new plans for a LEGO DIY Christmas tree. The thing is small so you can’t stand it in your corner, but it would look awesome on your fireplace mantle.
And I thought the Bowser trophy mount was awesome. Here’s a wonderfully-made wall mount that’s looks so real it’s freaky.
Animal lovers need not worry, because the wall tentacle is actually made from household materials, like used paper, sawdust, starch and glue.
Have you always wished that you could make your shiny new Mac look a bit more Steampunk-ish? Look no further, because Dave Quattrini has created a bunch of stickers that are made to stick onto your laptop and transform it into a vintage typewriter.
And Knoll said, “let there be an image editing program,” and there was Photoshop. Then the prophet Meninos came down from the mountains, and with him was a tablet – okay it’s a bar – in which are printed the 20 commandments commands of the original Photoshop.
They might seem cute, but they are controversial since these coverings for mobile phones and USB flash drives are actually made out of real fur.
These Furry Objects were created by Danish textile designer Magnhild Disington.
With Halloween just days away, it’s only appropriate that we share in the holiday festivities. So without further adieu, I present the Mario Jack-O-Lantern.
The cool thing about this pumpkin is that you can grab the pattern from Seed of the Zombie Pumpkins!