For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning:
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Hi there! I’m back with another Piescraper video tutorial… this time Zelda-themed. I’ve been kind of obsessed with Hestu and the Koroks since learning what their little golden “Korok Seeds” actually are…
In addition to being a Piescraper (pies that go “up”), this design has an extra engineering twist – a foil armature to support the Great Deku tree. Fancy cakes often make use of a hidden armature to help support more ambitious design elements, but to my knowledge this is the first time one has been used in a pie!
It’s a fidget spinner! It’s shaped like Batman’s symbol! It’s a Batman fidget spinner! Available in black, blue, green, red, white, fluo, or yellow!
[Bat Shaped Fidget Spinner – $2.83 (Black) + Free Shipping (Price varies depending on color)]
Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2 hits theaters in just a few weeks. But the team’s history actually goes all the way back to the 1960s. Want to know where they came from without diving into decades of comics? We’ve got you covered.
A timelapse video of the Milky Way as captured by a planet pilot who was flying across the Atlantic Ocean to South America. The footage starts in Spain right over the city of Palma de Mallorca and ends while the plane was over the ocean.
The universe is expanding – this we know from looking at red shifts of distant galaxies – but the acceleration of the universe’s expansion is harder to measure. It requires measuring the change of recession velocity over time, and it’s done by comparing Type Ia supernovas as standard candles at different distances, which is how we know the universe is accelerating!
Life outside the frame is a new 5-part short film web series that focuses on the lives of fringe characters from popular entertainment franchises, who are now struggling in the “real world.” Here is the first episode featuring Jarvis, an ex-stormtrooper who is trying to reintegrate back home in what is now a contemporary London, after the destruction of the Death Star. Check it out!