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Use the Konami Code on Google

Are you that guy who needed 30 lives to beat the original Contra? We know you and so does Google apparently. Google has taken your favorite cheat code of all time (you sly bastard) and integrated it into Google Apps. To check out the Easter Egg, you’ll need to login to your Google account, bring up Google Reader (Ryan confirmed ...

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Naive: The Fake Apple Screenshot Roundup

It’s June 9th and Steve Jobs is going to give a lot of geeks a hard-on today. The big rumor spreading around the web is that a 3G iPhone will be released and while I don’t doubt this at all, many sites have been publishing fake Apple photos left and right. Let’s take a look at some of the photos ...

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MST3K Lives On Through YouTube

For those not familiar with Mystery Science Theater 3000, shame on you. A man and two robots trapped on a satellite forced to watch terrible movies sums it up. While most of the humor was displayed during the trash films that played throughout each episode of the show, there were intermissions between commercials. One of the more memorable moments is ...

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Geeky Gangsta Signs

Have you recently chucked up the deuce and then popped bottles? Of course you have, my nigga, because you’re gangsta. However, roaming the streets near Drexel University or Carnegie Mellon might leave you vulnerable to SYN attacks and looped beatings. Consult this geek gang sign chart to throw up the correct signs. Get your Rails boys over to ya crib ...

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Gothamist Interview With Telectroscope Creator

The crew over at Gothamist have done a fabulous interview with the creator of the Telectroscope, Paul St George. He speaks on a variety of topics ranging from how the device works to future projects. Seems the budding designer wants to dive into tunnels and unfinished inventions. A must read. Link

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Hacking MySpace Profiles Quicker Than Jesus

Valleywag has posted a great little exploit from a “Canadian computer guy” that allows you to access any private MySpace profile. Using a Yahoo! Mobile widget portal and a little URL trickery, you can easily browse through any private profile, photos included. I stopped using MySpace about two years ago, so I signed up with a throwaway Dodgit.com e-mail address ...

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Surf Chair: Laziness to the Max

As part of the Scandinavian Furniture Fair, Kenneth Lylover entered his Surf Chair into the Internet Collection competition. It won “Best Product” and it’s easy to see why. This semi-circle-shaped chair comes with a built-in LCD on the front and a padded frame to allow for the most comfortable Internet browsing experience possible. With a mouse and keyboard included, the ...

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Battling Bots: Move It Slow Motion For Me

Fighting with DIY robots isn’t anything new. I mean come on, it’s on cable television. However, tearing apart a fax machine with a robot while filming in slow motion is news to me. Peep the video to see robots tearing each other to pieces as well as helpless office appliances and even golf balls getting caught in the crossfire. Watching ...

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Hacker Steals $50,000 From Web Companies

If you’ve ever signed up for a bank account or Paypal account online, you’ve probably noticed how they deposit a small amount of change into your checking account for verification purposes. It’s usually under 50 cents and doesn’t amount to much. But what if someone programmed a way to automate the enrollment process with these sites and used false names ...

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Our Experience With The Something Store

So earlier this month, we let you know about a little website called The Something Store. In case you missed it, you pay $10 and receive a random, unknown item in the mail. A simple, yet, genius idea. Well, I placed my order on May 16th and it came this morning. The box was small as shit, as you can ...

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