For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning, starting with Amazon’s big sale where they’re offering up to 85% off on New York Times best-selling reads! –85% off New York Times best-selling reads (eBooks) Recommended titles from this sale: –The […]
For those of us who went through childhood in the eighties and nineties, Saturday morning cartoons were a part of what defined us as adults today. These two decades were completely different when it came to how we consumed content, especially when compared to how kids watch cartoons these days with the Internet and on […]
In this video, CineFix begins a 3 part journey through Middle-earth with J.R.R. Tolkien’s classics and Peter Jackson’s epic adaptations. With no restraint on spoilers, it’s time to ask, What’s the Difference?!? [CineFix]
Hey everyone, today is Pi day! For those not in the know, Pi day is celebrated by math enthusiasts (as well as bakers) all around the world each year on March 14th for the simple reason that Pi= 3.141592…, and 3.14 = March 14. Yeah, I know, this is kind of ridiculous, but hey, why […]
Capsule hotels are dream come true for budget travellers – particularly in upmarket Ginza in Tokyo. [Abroad in Japan]
Disclaimer: I’m part of those weird people and I’m really proud of it. As a Canadian, I’ve only been to Disney World once (in 2010,) and I’ve been looking forward to my second visit for YEARS now. Unfortunately, bringing a family of 5 there is crazy expensive, so I’m waiting for them to open the […]
One of the main reasons I enjoyed the Micro Men drama so much was that it featured all three computers (other than PCs) which I have owned in my life. And by owned I mean “had access to in my home as a child”. The first such machine is the ZX81, Sinclair’s second home machine, […]
When a kid claims to have a rollercoaster in their backyard, classmates usually know it’s a tall tale. That’s not the case with young Wyatt Brazelton — partly because he’s only two, and partly because his dad Scott really has built a rollercoaster, powered by elbow grease and gravity.
ThinkGeek is selling canvas art with a choice of four classic NES title box images. Each canvas cost $15.99, is 19″ by 13″ and is officially licensed by Nintendo. You can choose between Duck Hunt, Metroid, Super Mario Bros and The Legend of Zelda. Check them out at ThinkGeek.
Solar system necklaces aren’t that uncommon, but this is a new twist on planetary jewellery. Created by etsy seller jamincjewelry, it’s a stackable set of rings, meaning you can easily keep up with the latest arguments over definitions. Sadly this has already sold, but the seller does take commissions.
As the hunt for the successor to Peter Capaldi continues, a former Doctor (of sorts) says its time for a female incarnation. Richard E Grant, who played the Doctor in an animated series that’s now generally considered non-canon, discussed the topic in an interview with SyFy Wire.
When your Pokemon card gets too battered and beaten to play anymore, it can now become an artwork. Facebook user ‘Lunumbra‘ takes commissions to use the character image as the centerpiece of a custom miniature painting across the entire card. [Via Nerd Approved]