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Apple Steve Jobs Keynote WWDC 2010 Recap

While much like our friends over at Gizmodo, we weren’t invited to Steve Jobs’ WWDC 2010 keynote, we followed the event close, so here’s a recap of what you might have missed, filtering out all of the typical craptastic self-promotion. Netflix app coming to the iPhone, the full Netflix experience. Watch Instant Stream movies, resume on different device. Out this ...

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Inside-Out Easter Bunny Hopes You Had a Happy Easter

And so do we. Hope you had plenty of time to reflect on the true nature of the holiday – chocolate eggs and mutant bunny rabbits. If nuclear mutant-sized bunnies weren’t enough to creep you out, here’s an Inside-Out Easter Bunny to haunt your nightmares. Link

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The Needle and the Damage Done: How to Combat Knitter’s Block

It happens even to the finest of us crafters. One day you’ll be on a roll, knitting a scarf for your daughter in only a few hours, whipping out a quick pair of socks for your son-in-law’s birthday. And in the next moment, disaster strikes – it’s knitter’s block, and it’s here to stay. But don’t go switching on that ...

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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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Gearfuse Knitting Circle to Integrate “Cellular Telephone” Technology

All of this talk about technology and the “cellular telephone” might seem scary at first, but the Gearfuse Knitting Circle is dedicated to providing our members with the finest in cutting edge knitting technology. So what is all of this talk about this newfangled mobile telephone device? Many of your grandchildren might already be using one! Starting in 2011, the ...

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We Surprised Janice With a New Set of Knitting Supplies!

As you might already know, the Gearfuse Knitting Circle has been surprising one lucky member monthly with a complete new set of premium knitting supplies and sundries. This month’s lucky winner was none other than Janice Clovefield! Congratulations Janice! We hope you enjoy your new goodies! Could next month’s winner be you?

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Gearfuse Knitting Circle Newsletter #34, Vol. 2

The Gearfuse KnittingCircleis proud to welcome a new member to our renowned crafting community. Welcome Doris Hendrickson. We’re all looking forward to your future projects,particularlythose darling booties you’re making for little Jeffy! News from the Needle Mrs.MargeryWashburn won third prize at the annual Fleming Quilting Society meet for her cutting-edge and innovative quilting patterns. Mr. Washburn congratulated her with a ...

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GameCube Portable: The Flip-Top GameCube Might as Well Have Legs

While GameCube was never my favorite console (I don’t recall ever playing on it much to be honest), I’m always happy to see a portable port of a gaming console that was simply not-so-portable in its original state. The Flip-Top GameCube design by Mike Szczys allows gamers to bring the game wherever they may roam, including under my neighbor’s bed… ...

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Interview: LEGO Artist Nathan Sawaya

LEGO master Nathan Sawaya should be no stranger to you. We’ve posted about several of his amazing projects, including his newest piece, a five-foot replica of a Blackberry Tour 9360. We were lucky enough to have the chance to delve into the brain of a true artistic genius. It’s not everyday you get to speak to a geek icon, so ...

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Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Hola, fellow GEARheads. Just wanted to send y’all a personal message, reminding you that you can connect with us not only on Twitter, but even on Facebook. We look forward to hearing from you guys so feel free to send us lots of good news. Also, please send me all of your coolest stuff. I want to see how awesomely ...

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