Seen here looking a little spacy herself, this is a news report by Adrianna Iwasinkski regarding the dangers of digital drugs leading teens down the slippery slope to analog drugs and, eventually, to turning tricks in the mall parking lot to get their next fix (been there done that, amirite?). If you're unfamiliar with digital drugs, you can read the old Geekologie article about i-Doser, or jump right into the video. But just a heads up (in case my parents are reading): Geekologie does not condone drug use of any kind -- be it digital, analog, digilog OR analital. Except booze, which isn't so much a drug as it is a miracle elixir that keeps me sane ($5 HJ's if you bring me an Orange Julius).
Hit it for the parental fear that's sweeping the nation.
This is a two-minute video of some dingaling crawling on top of a NYC subway at the 80th Street/Hudson Street station (I'm observant) and riding it to the next one. I have no idea why, but I think it's to promote his rap career because at the end he does mention, "the name is ... / Continue →
I've had some of Jones Soda's limited edition Thanksgiving brews (Turkey & Gravy, Green Been Casserole) before, and they pretty much made me want to die. But who knows, maybe the bacon and pizza will be different. Except you and I both know they won't and their only purpose i... / Continue →
The Sub Jumpa is a $60 pogo stick made for use underwater. It looks marginally more fun than drowning.
This is the only pogo stick designed for use in swimming pools that allows you to perform a variety of waterborne stunts as you bounce off walls or bottoms. A rigid ball f... / Continue →