I recently stumbled across these awesome antique plates that were altered with images of Star Wars characters. Can you imagine eating breakfast on one of these?
Too bad they’re just decorative, and you can’t eat off of them.
Need to augment someone’s punchline with a “Bazinga”? Want to surprise your office mate with a battle cry from Leroy? Or maybe you just want to dance to Keyboard Cat’s tune? All of that and more is just a push of a virtual button away:
Actually, I’m not sure you can actually refer to a Transformer as a balloon “animal”, so we’ll just call him a balloon robot from here on. This 7-foot tall, 5-foot wide Optimus Prime was made from over 500 balloons.
Put your glasses on, grab your books and boot up your PC, because it’s time to play Are You Certifiable?, a game that will help you find out if you’re ready to earn a Microsoft Certification (an IT nerd badge, if you will).
Given the fact that I’ve probably spent at least a gazillion hours in my professional careers sitting in mind-numbing meetings, this device is definitely something that I need.
The $25 Bring Tim! timer should be standard issue in every corporate conference room.
I don’t how else to say this, but the MegaMan Effect is a very…Windowish application, but I sure am glad it’s available to us Mac users. When it’s turned on, every app that you launch gets the Mega Man II level boss introduction.
Luxury phone brand Mobiado prides itself in crafting unique phones. The company was one of the first to use materials such as aluminum, wood and even meteorites. Their latest design is the CPT001, a cellphone with a body carved from a single block of marble.
The Armory has a 100-item Nerd Purity Test with questions ranging from reasonable (Have you ever programmed a computer?) to absurd (Do you know the Latin name for the fruit fly?) to just plain hilarious (Is your weight less than your IQ?).
A lot of gamers – myself included – prefer to use the third-person point of view when driving vehicles in video games. I just find it easier to steer if I can see how far my vehicle is from a turn; in first-person I always end up steering too late.
If you’ve never seen Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog, you’ve probably been sleeping under a rock (or maybe you just have a real life). The humorous short film was created by Joss Whedon and his brothers, and starred Neil Patrick Harris in some ridiculous sci-fi musical theater.
The guys over at Worth 1000 recently ran a contest for the best mash-up between classical works of art and modern video games. The results… hysterical…
The first place prize went to the God of War painting above, by David Owens.