By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] Don’t worry, this isn’t some archival service that will tell you what some user said two years ago. Historical Tweets is a blog that displays one historically important (and ficticious) tweet every day! According to the site: “Books have been ruining history. So many unnecessary words. Now, with Historical Tweets, history’s most […]
By Brian Boyko Contributing Writer, [GAS] In the first of what will hopefully be a series great videos on crazy inventions and crazy inventors, we take a look at the “Sashimi Tabernacle Choir.” Remember the “Big Mouth Billy Bass?” You’d press a button (or trigger a proximity sensor for a surprise) and the fish would […]
[Via MUO | Source: Escritorio Tecnologico]
With the MacBook Wheel, you’ll never have to put your hands on a keyboard again! Oh, and for those of you who haven’t realized it yet, this video comes from the Onion News Network, and is unfortunately only a spoof. [Via Engadget]
WARNING: Reduce speaker volume before playing As a child, I don’t think I ever freaked out that much over a game console. After a few seconds of apparent indifference, this kid nearly succeeded in busting my eardrums when he started screaming. He almost tops the N64 kid’s performance that dates back a few years… almost, […]
By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] [SFW- Warning] This article is work safe, but the links are probably not. It appears that once again, the Land of the Rising Sun has taken something completely normal and made it into hot anime chicks. This phenomenon is called “Moe” and it actually means taking inanimate objects and making […]
Gizmodo has completed their Go Miniman Go video contest to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Lego minifig. This clever video, Train To Catch took first place, and a Lego Galaxy Explorer goes to creator David Boddy. The top five entries are posted at the site, all worth a watch.
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Happy holidays, everyone! To help get you in a festive mood, here’s some examples of how some other geeks get into the holiday spirit. Cubicle Tree: You don’t have to water it, or decorate, or worry about it dying… the perfect tree for an office geek!