Tag Archives: New Jersey

Guy Creates a Telegraph Using Only Natural Materials Found in the Woods

Using only natural materials found on the ground of New Jersey’s woods, and with no modern tools, Jamie OShea created a functioning telegraph. O’Shea had set out to prove that modern day electronic communication methods could have been discovered by early man. His conclusion? They could have, but they didn’t. With the Immaculate Telegraphy project, O’Shea used natural materials to ...

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Something Worth Looking At In New Jersey

When you think of New Jersey, your mind isn’t whisked away to a magical island. Instead, you think of guidos, landfills and the all-time Asteroids champion. Sure, I’m from NJ originally, but that’s not going to keep me from hating on my home state. But for once, New Jersey has something worth checking out. Mikyoung Kim Design has created this ...

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The Need For Speed: Bluetooth Steering Wheel

When driving in New Jersey, you’ll notice one thing: no driver follows the cellphone law. I try to, but I usually find fiddling with a headset and a phone much more distracting than operating just the phone itself. New Jersey is not the garden state, it’s the motor state. It has more drivers than any other state and many of ...

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Gearfuse Puts The Port-O-Pong To The Test

Back in July, I briefly mentioned a beer pong raft that ruins the fundamental experience that is the game of beer pong. Well, the creators behind the Port-O-Pong weren’t too pleased about that, so they sent us one. Needless to say, my face lit up when it arrived at my doorstep. The advertisers claim it can be played “anywhere on ...

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