I just ordered one of these ridiculously awesome (and overpriced) star wars t-shirts from Addict.co.uk’s X Star Wars collection, and I’m feeling a bit guilty right now. £20 + £11.85 in shipping for a simple t-shirt? That’s about $51 USD dammit! Anyways, you guys should really check ’em out, they’re totally awesome. [Addict.co.uk]
And you wondered how Elvis got all those women to scream his name. It wasn’t his hips; it was a Jedi Mind Trick. Wouldn’t this look great on a t-shirt? Why, yes it would. Get it over at Headline Shirts.
Any Geek worth his NaCl remembers Choose Your Own Adventure books, and probably spent more than a couple hours trying to find one of the few ways to make it out of the stories alive. In a grown-up revival of sorts, the interactive story returns with Choose Your Doom®: ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! From the Doom Press […]
The innovation in geeky home decor never ends. Monkey Labs has designed a working table lamp composed of a dead Atari 2600 and a stack of cartridges, with a handmade shade of AtariAge box scans. Order one here: Monkey Labs Production AtariAge Lamps Or just the shade for $25 [via]
The first iPad exclusive daily newspaper — known simply as The Daily — has now launched, along with Apple’s new option for customers to pay for subscriptions within an application itself. I’ve downloaded and read the first two issues, and here’s my take. The Daily certainly makes use of the iPad’s multimedia capabilities, and largely […]
It’s that time of year again. This Sunday millions of Americans will huddle around their televisions and stuff their faces with snack foods while cheering on their favorite group of overpaid athletes. Ah yes, the Super Bowl. For many of you non-Americans out there who don’t consider the United States the center of the universe, […]
For those of you who tried our Bacon Fudge Brownies, you may want to check out Booturtle’s Ham Solo in CandyBaronite. Chocolate? Check! Bacon? Check! Peanut butter? Check! Well, it looks like we have all the proper ingredients to make a killer geek treat here! Check it out: [Ham Solo in CandyBaronite] Thanks Gisel!
In a sea of vampires and wizards, sometimes it’s hard to find the “science fiction” in the genre of YA (young adult) fantasy and science fiction. But for someone whose first real love affair with a book came in the form of Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time, I have a soft spot in YA […]
A short film featuring one hundred people, who each present the IBM achievement recorded in the year they were born, from the oldest person to the youngest one. Enjoy! [Via Reddit]