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LOLcat Trading Cards: I Can Haz Tap?

I was a huge Magic: The Gathering nerd for the majority of my early-teenage years. I dabbled in other trading card games, including my short-lived Star Wars trading card phase, but Magic was always the one that stuck around. Flickr user Ochre Jelly attempts to enter his contribution to the modern trading card gaming world with LOLcat trading cards, a ...

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Incognito Iris Goes Undercover on the Internet’s Chatroulette Website

Our very own knitting queen Incognito Iris went undercover on the Internet’s Chatroulette.com webpage. Disguised as an everyday teenaged girl, Iris took to the “world wide web” to investigate what the allure of the Internet is to the youth of the world, the future generation of Gearfuse Knitting Circle members! As you can see from the above photograph, the youngin’ ...

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If Internet Browsers Were Forms of Transportation

It’s funny cuz it’s true. I’m a Chrome user myself. Pretty much exclusively for the past six months or so. And while it’s very speedy, it does have some buggy issues. Particularly the Mac beta. But I’ll throw them a bone here and give ’em the old Gearfuse stamp of approval. Link

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Internet Explorer Voodoo Doll

With the ever-expanding usage of Google Chrome and with Firefox still chugging along, voodoo was probably the last thing that Internet Explorer needed. IE needs all the help it can get, but it certainly isn’t getting it from this follower of voodoo, who apparently is not a happy camper. This is what happens when you make a browser that has ...

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MEME INCOMING!: An Even More Surprised Kitty

Ok, so this one doesn’t look like a little monkey, but he generally looks extremely surprised. I just want to know what they hell they are showing this poor cat. While you’d have to break the jaw of most kitty’s to achieve the same affect, I don’t recommend it. I’m sure the same effect can be done using strings and ...

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Twitter Cake Wishes Social Media Gurus Happy Birthday

If you’re one of the millions of self-proclaimed “gurus” patrolling the Internetz, chances are that you’re on Twitter, spreading your wise guru words far and wide. In fact, chances are good that Twitter is your main stream of communication to your thousands of followers (whom all also happen to be gurus). If asked what your preferred tool of internet communication happens to ...

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Steve Jobs Papercraft Cubee Captures El Jobso in All of His Boxy Glory

The What Would Steve Jobs Do? Wristbands are simply unneeded if you have the real thing sitting right on your desk. Jay Hauf’s Steve Jobs Papercraft Cubee is free to print and easy to make. With a few folds of high-quality paper, you can have your very own mini-Steve helping to guide your way towards success. He might be tyrannical and he ...

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