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  • October 19, 2011
    You ever wanted to ride a cloud? Whenever I'm flying through them I always think to myself, "WHAAAAAA, HOLY SHIT HOW AM I DOING THIS?!?!" then I wake up and it all makes sense. But seriously, if I can be real with you for a second: I'm the world's greatest lover and I have t... / Continue →
  • January 20, 2010
    I remember when I was growing up I only had one crayon color: stick. You had to really bear down on the paper, but it was kind of a brownish-green. Sometimes more brown, sometimes more green, but always ready to poke your eye out. Maybe your parents bought you things though,... / Continue →
  • December 8, 2009
    Ever wonder how butterflies would fly in outerspace? Now thanks to BioServe Space Technologies, the University of Colorado and the International Space Station, we have the answer: poorly. Hit the jump for another video of a Painted Lady (these are Monarchs) butterfly trying t... / Continue →
  • November 17, 2009
    To demonstrate how good the atmosphere looks on a Toshiba television, the company floated an armchair and camera up to 98,000-feet with a helium balloon. It's a really beautiful thing to watch, right up there with catfights at the bar. Gouge her eyes out! Toshiba and Youtube... / Continue →
  • August 8, 2009
    Halo is an LED spraypaint can by French designer Aissa Logerot. Basically, instead of spraying paint (which, kids, you shouldn't huff), it has an LED that sprays light! the LED light can change colors and brightness on the fly and while it's powered by an internal battery tha... / Continue →
  • April 13, 2009
    The Bulbdial clock is like a sundial except, instead of the sun, it uses little LEDs to cast shadows from the timepiece's center spoke. Impressively, it casts three different shadows to correspond to the hours, minutes and seconds. It achieves this feat by having three tiers ... / Continue →