DIY: Tetris Ice Cubes have 8-bit coolness

Here’s a in-depth guide on how to create your own Tetris ice cubes. They are sure to add even more coolness to any cold beverage. Not to mention a dose of nostalgia to a plain old glass of your choice of refreshment. FYI, you will need some wood crafting skills and a nice chunk of free time to produce your ...

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The fine line between Lego builder and Lego artist

What’s the difference between a Lego builder and a Lego artist? The answer is simple. Nathan Sawaya. Formerly studying law, Sawaya decided his life needed to go in a different direction. That direction happened to be a professional Lego artist. He currently displays his “brick” works in exhibitions. Legos have never held this much cultural significance. Or something like that. ...

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DIY: Tennis Ball Camera Tripod

Most camera tripods are big, clunky objects that really are a pain in the anus to transport everywhere if you’re just a pleasure photographer, or a novice photog, which sounds more macho. Using something you probably have laying around the house anyway, a tennis ball, you can create your own mini-tripod for easy stability where ever you go. This tennis ...

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Jobs and Gates share the stage, with no bloodshed

Surprisingly, the two CEOs seemed to really like each other. Both Jobs and Gates seemed full of nothing but good words for each other’s companies. For the duration of the conversation, both Steve and Bill exchanged sly smiles and slightly flirtatious glances. Is that love I smell in the air? All kidding aside, a big chunk of the conversation centered ...

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CityWall built this city on social media

Recently installed in Helsinki is this huge touch display called CityWall, a collaborative way of uniting the cities people in a social, fun, and playful method of interaction, while still integrating the fantastic wonder of technology. Public content from YouTube and Flickr fills the wall with Web 2.0 goodness. You can even submit your own files to the wall display ...

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Bubblegum Dispenser for those with a child-like “frame” of mind

The best part of waking up, is bubblegum in your frame. That’s when you know you need to get a life. But than again, this Bubblegum Dispenser Frame would be a cool addition to a household, providing that you don’t have a child (or adult) with a sweet tooth. Because this stuff will surely disappear. One thing you’ll love about ...

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Rock-Ola brings digital to the jukebox

With a jukebox this advanced and expensive, you probably shouldn’t pull a Fonz, and slap the damn thing while cooing out a soulful “Hey!” In fact, that kind of behavior would probably send you to jail. The Rock-Ola is a state of the art digital jukebox which can hold up to 2,800 CDs and can be browsed, sorted, and queued ...

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Recycled Boeing jet becomes a college student pavilion

Using 60 feet of pure recycled Boeing jet, Lot-ek has made a student pavilion over at the University of Washington in Seattle. This student lounge area looks like a great outdoors area for people to hang out, do homework, and expand their mind in, ahem, not quite legal ways. The jet overlooks Lake Union in what looks like an excellent ...

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The iPhone’s hidden features: Did Jobs tell us everything?

Sources from an Apple affiliate are reporting that Steve Jobs might of kept some secrets up his sleeve during his keynote speech at MacWorld for the big release of the iPhone, including features never mentioned and improved hardware. These rumored secrets include: – More memory than 4GB and 8GB – User Replaceable Battery – Wireless N Support – Software – ...

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Make your own custom Easy Button

We’ve all seen those commercials offering an easy button to make life all that much simpler. We’ve even seen a panic button for teens with their pants down their legs. Buzline has a service that allows you to create your very own easy button. These custom USB Smart Buttons go right to your favorite website with one press of its ...

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