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Here’s a sure-fire way to tell if your girlfriend really loves you. Get down on one knee -there ya go – then whip out the velvet ring box – yep, that’s it – then give her this awesome Cylon Centurion engagement ring and ask her for her hand in marriage.
Next time you need to go to a semiconductor semi-formal (see what I did there?), you might want to grab a pair of these clever geeky cufflinks made from old circuit boards. But unlike those shiny new 2010 Olympic medals, you can actually tell that these were upcycled from old circuitry.
I love tiny pendants, cufflinks, barrettes, and other small, innocuous ways of geeking-up an outfit, so Plastic Paradox’s Etsy storefront is, for me, pretty much the place to be. But, really, could any Halo fan resist these Master Chief cufflinks?
Once upon, Rapture might have been an okay place. Sure, that was before our time, but isn’t it always nice to remember the good ol’ days? These lovely BioShock-inspired earrings allow you to do just that, but with class.
If Ozzy Osbourne ever thinks of selling a line of flash disks, he should have heavy metalchemist-technojeweler-Etsy seller sempercura design them. She combines metal, crystals and technology in a cauldron, adds a dash of powdered goat skulls and a pinch of darkness to come up with gloriously creepy flash disks that can also be worn as necklaces.
When I saw these Batman-inspired cufflinks, I thought, man! Too bad I have no reason to buy cufflinks for anyone. Platinum/rhodium cufflinks are nice enough, but when they mark you out as a regular dude operating at super capacity, you know they’re awesome.
Raise your hand if you don’t have or have access to an old keyboard. If you didn’t raise your hand, I’m pretty sure you’re an alien. For the rest of us… what’s a girl to do with all those old keyboards?
Forget those movies, with their glitzy CGI. If you want to see Optimus Prime really shine, you’ve got to check out this custom-made Transformers jewelry. This takes DIY to a whole new level.
See that? That’s gold.
Etsy jewelry Emily Eps’ creations are perfect for any venue except science classes on test days, unless you want everyone staring at your neck for clues about red and white blood cells. No cheating, kids.
Geeky jewelry is common, but it’s usually restricted to the realms of science fiction rather than actual science.
Here’s a girly-girl accessory that looks much more like a swanky piece of jewelry than a storage device for your computer.
But beneath the surface of this sparkly bejeweled bracelet is a hidden USB flash drive.
Okay, ladies, if you’re looking to hide your data in the form of a giant, shiny pendant (that no one would ever steal, right? right?), then you’re going to want to check this out. After all, it’s shiny, and a necklace, and did I mention it’s shiny?
Whether you’re an iPhone addict or hooked on your CrackBerry, you have to be a real gadget nut to wear these miniature smartphone earrings.
Toronto artist Barb Feldman handcrafts these teeny tiny iPhone 3G and BlackBerry (Curve?) dangly earrings by precisely layering and slicing Fimo polymer clay.
For me luxury items are those that are not only ridiculously expensive but are also very impractical or unnecessary. Personally I think the iPhone is still quite expensive. I think it spreads itself too thin in trying to be too many things at once.
You could easily buy your own binary clock or watch, but is that really in the spirit of such a timepiece? One could easily argue that a purchased binary watch just isn’t quite geeky enough. If you want to show your real geek cred, you’ve got to bust out some tools and make your own.