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November 5, 2006 - November 11, 2006 Archives

  • November 10, 2006
    Comic book writer Warren Ellis has a shot of a space shuttle launch as seen from the International Space Station. Although it would've been cooler if there were more, with each one of the shuttle getting closer and closer. And then the last one would be a giant explosion as it ... / Continue →
  • November 10, 2006
    The creators of the ISIS Adventure Puzzle Ball claim it's the most difficult puzzle ever created, and have even decided to reward cash prizes to whoever can figure it out. The players have to open an alloy ball which is constructed in layers and covered in hieroglyphics, with eac... / Continue →
  • November 9, 2006
    iDisguise is a little disguise for your iPod to make it look like something not worth stealing. The one above for the iPod Nano costs $10.95, although if you make a trip to your local grocery store you could get the same thing for about $0.99. It might also get a little tiring ... / Continue →
  • November 9, 2006
    Your laptop isn't really a laptop unless it looks like you dug it out of the labratory of a mad scientist. Or has a friggin "Emergency Button." NEC and Takara teamed up to put this beauty together and while I'm sure it works fine, it doesn't seem fitting for anybody who doesn't... / Continue →
  • November 8, 2006
    Researchers in Japan have developed a colored LED that changes colors based on the 'mood' of the room. The SHOJI system consists of a pair of terminals placed at separate locations with each terminal equipped with a full-color LED array, a microphone, and five sensors that detect... / Continue →
  • November 7, 2006
    They claim he's a college junior but I suspect they meant to say he went to junior college. And by junior college I mean preschool. Which he's still in. Because he never graduated. Get it? Because he's stupid.... / Continue →
  • November 7, 2006
    They talka so funny-a.... / Continue →
  • November 6, 2006
    This digital music display can store several thousand scores and flips at a touch of the screen or a tap on the foot pedal. At $1,399.95 it'll probably cost more than whatever instrument you play, but at least it'll look more elegant than gluing your entire computer to a stand... / Continue →
  • November 6, 2006
    It's tough to compete against two poles that just pop out of the ground.... / Continue →
  • November 6, 2006
    Elica lamp is a table lamp that gets rid of the classical switch by turning on and off by blowing. Perfect for all the lazy bastards in the world who wish flipping a tiny switch up and down was even easier than it already is. Source... / Continue →