Amazing Optimus Prime Ice Sculpture [Pic]

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Five Ways To Geek Up Your Holiday Decorating

Every year it seems like the lights come out earlier. Returning from Thanksgiving festivities here in the US, we noticed that half of our street was illuminated wheras just days before had been absolutely typical. Bows and lights and garlands are just the beginning though; some people take their decorations way seriously. It’s not just […]

From Space to Street in Google Earth

While there is always hope, we have to accept that the vast majority of GeeksAreSexy readers will never travel from space to their own street in a single smooth journey. But Google is offering the next best thing. In the current edition of Google Earth, its possible to zoom in so close that you move […]

The Warrior’s Way – Official Trailer [Video]

Cowboys versus Ninjas? Seems like a win-win situation to me! Too bad they didn’t throw a few pirates along, it would have made the movie oh so much more awesome. [Via Buzzfeed]

Feature: An Interview with The Jedi Path Author Daniel Wallace

By Mark Edlitz Guest Blogger Mark Edlitz, the director of Jedi Junkies interviewed Daniel Wallace, the writer of The Jedi Path. Wallace, who has written extensively about the Star Wars universe, authored or co-authored The New Essential Chronology to Star Wars, Star Wars: Year by Year: A Visual Chronicle, Star Wars: The Essential Atlas, The […]

C3P0 Tape Dispenser [Pic]

Hmmm… something seems not quite right with that C3P0 tape dispenser, but somehow, I can’t put my finger on it… [Via]

200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes – The Joy of Stats

Hans Rosling’s famous lectures combine enormous quantities of public data with a sport’s commentator’s style to reveal the story of the world’s past, present and future development. Now he explores stats in a way he has never done before – using augmented reality animation. In this spectacular section of ‘The Joy of Stats’ he tells […]

Cyber Monday: A Marketing Creation

On the Monday after Thanksgiving, retailers are keen to sell a lot of stuff. Including, it appears, the idea that there’s something inherently special about the day. It’s a well-established tradition that the day after Thanksgiving is “Black Friday”, with many retailers (particularly of electrical goods) selling goods cheaply. While waiting in line from the […]