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Feb
26


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Knife Holder

12:37 pm | writes:

DarkDan introduces us to my new favorite knife holder. Yes, a knife holder. For the kitchen. But, really, it’s fascinating.

Feb
24


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Virtual Pinball Machines

11:39 am | writes:

Classic pinball machines meticulously recreated in digital form, free for the downloading. The site is a little intimidating to navigate, so you may wish to read about them in this Wired article.

Feb
24


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Golf by Radar

11:31 am | writes:

RadarGolf is producing, you guessed it a radar-based device for finding golfballs embedded with a tiny microchip. And, each ball is only about $3.50 a piece (so you won’t cry much more than normal when you hit one into the water… 2 or 3 into the water will be a different story).

Of course, Adidas is also putting intelligent technology in the new Adidas 1 – the shoe that senses your running style & adapts for proper cushioning.

{ can’t we just skip to the part where we’re putting all this technology directly in our bodies? }

Feb
22


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Food Anomalies Added!

11:10 pm | writes:

Some new entries in the Museum of Food Anomalies.
{ Thank you magnificent contributors! }

Feb
22


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Biomega Bikes

2:47 pm | writes:

Finally, a bike that can handle the potholes of LA (or NYC, for that matter) streets: the Biomega Brooklyn.

Feb
22


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Abe Vigoda’s Status

11:43 am | writes:

Yes, Abe Vigoda is still alive. But you can monitor his status here.
{ link from DarkDan }

Feb
22


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Abe Vigoda’s Status

11:43 am | writes:

Yes, Abe Vigoda is still alive. But you can monitor his status here.
{ link from DarkDan }

Feb
22


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Telephone Game via the Web

11:20 am | writes:

It’s the old game of telephone, adapted for the web.
{ enter an English phrase and have it translated through several languages and then back to English. Some funny results. }

Feb
22


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Clocks

11:17 am | writes:

It’s a clock… made to look like a barcode.
It’s a clock… made out of photos of/by humans.

Feb
22


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Nobody Here

11:13 am | writes:

Nobody Here, Just me.
{ a surreal way to spend a few minutes of your day. }

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