The Rubik’s Cube has been exciting and entertaining geeks for many years now. But maybe the design is due for an upgrade. That’s why puzzle expert Tom Parker has been working on a Rubik’s-inspired cube with a unique magnetic design.
Magnets are very cool, and I’d wager everyone who has ever put hands on a pair has moved them ever slowly closer together in hopes to catch that moment when the attraction is too strong, and they slam together.
As handy as zippers are 99% of the time, those occasional times when the zipper gets stuck are a real pain in the butt. Well, you won’t have to worry about getting stuck in your sleeping bag with the NOZIPP.
We humans like to see stuff get destroyed. I’m not proud of it, but I do find things like this enjoyable. There’s nothing quite like wanton destruction, especially when stuff get killed between two giant rare-earth magnets.
My daughter had a birthday recently, and one of the things she received was a notebook of those paper punch-out dolls that you can put clothing on. They are all over the place and it seems I am constantly picking up little paper underwear from the floor.
Artist Jason McKittrick runs the Cryptocurium, an online shop of highly detailed horror and occult figurines. One of his newest offerings is about the birds and the bees. Or should I say the facehuggers and the chestbursters.
Get your laser cannons out, folks. The invaders have arrived in your kitchen and you need to start blasting away at them ASAP. But unless you’ve got a cannon that fires an anti-magnetic field – or one of those stainless steel fridges like mine that won’t hold onto a magnet to save its life – you’ll soon be in a world of hurt.
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of Tetris. I used to play it on our old Nintendo console, but I’ve only recently rediscovered it when I saw it on the Google Play store.
Now, the classic game is jumping off of the screens of gaming consoles and tablets because now you can piece together Tetris pieces on your fridge with these officially-licensed Tetris magnets.
Relive the glory days of the Final Fantasy series with these Final Fantasy III (aka Final Fantasy VI) dialog box magnets. Those were the days when characters were interesting and not annoying, when you knew who your actual enemy was and were not treated to surprise boss switcheroos, when you could understand what the hell anyone was talking about.
…then again, that’s like saying people who like permanent tattoos must have not heard of marker pens. Whatever the case, no, you are not on The Onion. Body piercer Dave Hurban really did install four magnets on his wrist, and yes, mounting an iPod Nano on that wrist is one of the reasons (if not the only reason) that led him to do it.
Replace the ceramic windmills, horrible puns and other tacky magnets on your fridge with your own Instagram masterpieces, thanks to StickyGram. For a low fee, the company will take your Instagram photos and turn them into magnets.
Prove to your friends that know what’s what on the Internets with these funny meme magnets. While they’re not the only set of meme magnets you can find on Etsy, they are the only ones who really got Nyan Cat right…
This is disaster waiting to happen right here. I can understand the need for people to mount their iPad in strange places. If you are in the kitchen cooking it might be nice to mount your shiny new iPad 2 on the fridge, where you can read or watch video while you cook.
Last year, Etsy seller kongscut pounced on the success of Minecraft and came out with a set of Minecraft magnets. Now kongscut has competition, from no less than ThinkGeek, which is now selling official, licensed Minecraft magnets.