Hey there iPad user, have you ever wished you could carry your iPad with you when you’re buying groceries? Do you also run a pizza shop and wish that your delivery personnel could carry an iPad on their chest so that it can display “Hot Pizza” when the customer receives their order?
Aside from FaceTime, the Retina Display and the revolutionary paradigm-shifting flawlessly perfect antenna, a select few iPhone owners also get access to one more new feature: a dedicated, touch-sensitive End Call button. Apple just forgot to label it, but that’s easy to remedy:
It’s time for another episode of Cooking in the Kitchen with Vader and Leia. Today’s special: Bantha over toast points with a side of JarJar. At least that’s what we think some of the delicacies should be in any kitchen where you wear one of these amusing new Star Wars aprons, fresh off the shelves of the Star Wars Shop.
Few things can rile up a crowd more than watching a heads-up competition, as in boxing, fencing, chess. Well, maybe not chess but you get the point. Inspired by the spirit of such spectacles, David Hindman of New York University wrote a thesis about controlling Mortal Kombat using real guitars.
So by now, the entire universe knows that Steve Jobs offered up free bumpers and cases for iPhone 4 users to help them with dropped calls from the so called “death grip” issue if you touch the lower left side of the iPhone while making a call.
Remember the $0.69 (USD) business card holder-turned-iPad stand? This is the exact opposite of that:
It’s called the PC Set Stand, and it’s made by Japanese company Resound. It was originally made for notebooks and portable DVD players, but then Resound realized that it works with the iPad too.
One little Flash “game” has caught the attention of the whole world. Okay maybe not the whole world, but at least the commenters of Rock Paper Shotgun, one of the video game blogs where pOnd was featured.
May 16, 2010 was the 400th anniversary of the death of Henry IV, King of Navarre and King of France. To commemorate this occasion, fireworks were lit around the statue of Henry IV in Paris.
Also it was encased in neon lights and given a lightsaber.
I first saw this hyper-fast Ninja cat over on our sister site, The Awesomer. But it only took a couple of days for some digital video maniac to embellish the already dangerous kitty with a touch of Star Wars whimsy.
You know you’re onto something when people are making parodies of your work. Granted, that something can either be awesome or despicable, but in this case Jay Pavlina, I think it’s safe to say that your work is awesome, and that you have officially arrived.