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Blast From The Past: Windows 98 Maze Screensaver

And just when you thought you'd been hypnotized thoroughly, BLAM, flip time, THE CEILING IS NOW ON THE FLOOR AND I'M WALKING ON IT, OMFG. Woahhh, my frontal lobe totally just exploded in my skull. What's that dripping from my nose? Oh, it's just brain. Yup... brain.

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Speedy Micromouse Bot Solves Maze in Less Than 5 Seconds

Micromouse competitions are an attribute to the growing popularity of robotic entertainment. This particular competition in Chubu, Japan appears to be going normally until you hit the 4:30 mark, at which point the EggTorte bot solves the maze in less than five seconds. Its owner probably threatened it with a robotic mousetrap. According to Wikipedia, the world-record for solving a ...

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M&M Dispenser Maze Adds an Obstacle for Dieters

I know it must be hard living without your daily sugar fix when you’ve become accustomed to munching on sweets whenever you want. Just because you’re dieting doesn’t mean you have to cut out the candy completely. Just make it a little harder to access. Deter yourself from overeating by adding a little challenge into the mix. The M&M Dispenser ...

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Wolfenflickr 3-D Combines The Best Of Both Worlds

When Wolfenstein 3-D and Flickr wanted to get married, I gave them my best wishes. Just kidding, software and photo sharing sites can’t get married, silly. They can, however, be fused. Thanks to some anonymous geek with Javascript skills, this mashup of the popular FPS shooter game and photo sharing site takes the best from both and allows users to ...

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Defendius Maze Lock: Nobody Ever Goes In, Nobody Ever Comes Out

Mr. Willy Wonka was the king of being secretive. For years, no one went into his factory and no one came out. The Wonka factory was the proverbial elephant in the room. Although his factory was gated off by iron bound bars, it couldn’t hurt to have a little extra security. The 100% titanium alloy Defendius from the Art Lebedev ...

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