By now, you’ve surely heard all the hullabaloo over the so-called “death grip” issue with the iPhone 4, which has intermittent reception issues if you hold your iPhone “wrong.” thanks to its innovative, but flawed antenna band design.
Snub Fighter is a hilarious re-edit of the finale from Star Wars: A New Hope.
Edited by Mark Dury from Thoughtbubble Design Concern, in Snub Fighter, you will discover a new Luke Skywalker – someone who is dangerously incompetent, who’s always late for the attack, disobeys orders, ignores Obi-Wan’s advice, and then misses his final shot at destroying the original Death Star.
This pretty much sums up way that people will buy just about anything that Apple makes, even if there’s more advanced technology out on the market.
Be warned, if you’re an Apple fanboy or fangirl, you will be offended.
What every evil robot baby wants: a Mr. Masters poster, featuring 80 of the vilest Robot Masters that Mega Man has ever faced, mashed-up with Mr. Men characters.
These cute villains were drawn by Steve Napierski.
Have you ever had video game-like dreams? Mike aka OrinCreed had one such dream. Fortunately, he and his friends were able to translate his dream into a video. Mike says I Dream in Retro is “based heavily on a dream I had that was caused by a long day of playing NES, SNES, and Genesis.
This newspaper doesn’t seem to respond to touch. Maybe it needs a stylus to work.
Or maybe the boss needs to have a talk with the editor and teach him how to use the “Delete” key in addition to “Cut” and “Paste.”
We all know the slogan for pork – The Other White Meat. Apparently, the legal firm retained by the National Pork Board, Faegre & Benson, has zero sense of humor and taken offense to a fake product ThinkGeek has on their website.
These Pac-Man stickers from Moscow are perfect for adorning the back of your iPad, iMac or Mac Book, thanks to the incorporation of the Apple logo as a fruit for Pac-Man to gobble down. From what I recall, the apple was worth about 700 points in the game, so it’s a pretty good bonus opportunity to gobble one of these down.
It is official: It is easier to beat the greatest chess player of all time than to win at Jeopardy!. At least that’s the case with supercomputers. I’m sure most of you have heard of Garry Kasparov’s controversial defeat to IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer.
Definitely one of the weirdest mash-ups I’ve ever seen.
The sagacity of Boing Boing‘s commenters shed more light on the painting. Made by a Japanese artist named Sakkan, the title of the painting reveals the pun: “Rocket Monster Kim”.
Two random images I found on the web today while searching for something totally unrelated…
Surprisingly, FederationLisa and KlingonLisa were created by two entirely different people, probably on opposite sides of the globe (or the universe).
This little instructional illustration says it all.
If you’re into little papercraft characters, you must head on over to Cubeecraft and grab these two cut-out kits of Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman, and his perfectly fitted headcrab accessory.