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Magic: The Gathering Coming To A Console Near You

Hours and hours of my pre-teen years were spent huddled in circles, dishing on mana cards from my black deck, owning all of those damn counter-spell blue decks people were using for awhile. Gradually, my relationship with Magic: The Gathering grew further and further apart. Wizards Of The Coast has licensed Magic to be made into a video game ...

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Can U Reed Da L337 Sp3ak Ey3 Chart?

More interweb rambling than actual l337 speak, the L337 Eye Chart proves how geeky you are if you understand why this makes perfect sense. If you’re a 75-year-old square, we apologize. — Andrew Dobrow Link

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Art For The Geek Mind

The geek mind is sometimes ignorant to the abstract, such as fine art. Flickr user Paulthewineguy has put together a photo set which translates art into a language geeks can understand. Using emoticons and code, these pieces of art are much easier to admire, being a geek, than ever before. Art snobs beware, as this might make you feel a ...

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My Sweater Has Its Own Opinion Of Ron Paul

Without sounding too cryptic, this sweater design is pretty damn cryptic. Using a system that analyzes daily news stories and patterns, and then producing a graphical representation of the news, makes the News Knitter clothing for the intellectual. The News Knitter is made using two types of software, one receives the content from live feeds and other changes it into ...

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EXTREME NERDY SPOILER: Real Cloverfield Monster Screenshot Animation!

While we haven’t covered anything involving the massive internet hysteria that has been caused by the J.J. Abrams produced Cloverfield, we’ve been following the viral stuff and all of the hype behind the scenes. Today, we bring to you a very real screenshot animation of the Cloverfield monster. Let the blogosphere unleash its wrath! Hit the jump for the full ...

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Bloog Scrambles Up Blogs For No Apparent Reason

Industrial designer Andrew Haarsager has recreated the 1960’s Moog synthesizer into the Bloog. A device which takes real-time blog posting and scrambles up the sentences and posts to create what is sure to be some interesting and obscure phrases. What exactly is the point of such a gadget? Other than the enjoyment of creating new meaning of someone else’s words, ...

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The Real Firefox

How big of a fanboy do you have to be to put your dog through the hassle of shaving a mohawk strip down the center of its back and then painting it Firefox orange. Can’t the ASPCA do something about this? Come on, animal cops, this is clearly animal cruelty. Now, if only the doggy’s little bed was a little ...

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Big Brother Is Watching You Suffer: Google Maps Catches A Car Accident

You never know what you’ll find when playing around with the 360-degree street view feature on Google Maps. For example, here is something spotted that we’re sure isn’t an experience that is to be remembered as a happy one. For some reason, someone (a woman no doubt) decided to slam her Mercedes into a pole, exactly where the panorama camera ...

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How To Solve Rubik’s Cube Underwater One Handed In Record Time

World record one-handed Rubik’s cube solver Chris Dzoan recently broke the record for solving the cube one-handed underwater in a new record time, clocking in at 25.502 seconds. Prepping for the attempt was an impressive process, including lubing up the cube with silicon to make sure the puzzle moved properly underwater, strapping on a special weight belt for shallow waters, ...

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