Tuesday, February 28, 2006

The car of the future at the Wonder Festival? 

Here's an interesting concept for a new car. It would be really impressive if it could walk.

Monday, February 27, 2006

If Microsoft Designed the Ipod Packaging 

Funny video on how the packaging for an iPod would look, if it were an MS product:
YouTube - Microsoft iPod

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Nintendo DS Skins 

Here's a cool site for Nintendo DS Skins!

20 great jobs that don't require a degree 

Here's an interesting CNN article of 20 great jobs that don't require a degree.

20 great jobs that don't require a degree 

Here's an interesting CNN article of 20 great jobs that don't require a degree.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Nintendo in the News 

Nintendo's had a busy week, this week.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Recreating NES Scenes with Lego 

Here's an interesting site recreating NES Scenes with Lego!

The Phantom Console: No More? 

Surprise? The Phantom PC Console by Infinium may be no more.

Worst Game Controllers 

IGN has the Top 10 worst game controllers. Hey, where are those Colecovision Super Action controllers?

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Indiana Jones 4 

Spielberg has confirmed that he will start production of Indiana Jones 4.

XP On Your Thumb Drive 

Here's a nice tutorial on how to put XP on your thumb drive.

Monday, February 20, 2006

Top 10 Strangest MP3 Players 

Here's a list of the top 10 strangest MP3 players.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

100 Fastest-growing tech companies 

Business 2.0 has a list of 100 of the fastest-growing tech companies. Notice something odd? EB Games is number 6 on the list.

Friday, February 17, 2006

Rumsfelds E-Mail Secrets 

Hmmmm, looks like United States Secretary of Defense and Homeland Security do not use Email.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Darn Kids 

Here's an audible contraption that annoys kids, but not adults.

Amazing Origami 

Here's a gallery of truly amazing Origami.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Bad Journalism 

Here's an example of truly bad journalism, with unnecessary scare mongering.

RIAA says ripping CDs to iPod NOT fair use 

Well, the RIAA is at it again. Trying to declare that ripping CDs to your iPOD is not fair use.

Next Generation - Exclusive: PS3 HUB; September Launch 

Next-gen.biz has the scoop that the PS3 will have a September 21st.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Tetris DS Videos 

Here's a preview of Tetris for the Nintendo DS.

Monday, February 13, 2006

True 3D Display Technology Demonstrated in Japan 

The japanese have invented a true 3D display.

New Super Mario Bros 

Here's a preview of the New Super Mario Bros for Nintendo DS.

Better living through video games 

Some canadian university studies have found that playing videogames slows the aging of the brain.

Microsoft Faces Obstacles Over Vista Welcome Screen Ads 

Interesting headline, but the complaint? MSFT is selling advertising real estate in the new Windows Vista boot screen. What else can you do while you wait for the computer to boot?

Legend of Zelda Pushed To Nintendo Revolution Launch | NintendoRevolution.Ca - 

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess has been pushed to a Nintendo Revolution launch.

Color Psychology 

Here's some color psychology. Some I knew, but now I know why gym mats are blue.

Real Transformer 

Here's a video of a real Transformer transforming.

How to make Garfield funny 

There was a lot of criticism in how funny Garfield is. Well, here's a thread on how to make Garfield funny.

Star Wars Valentines 

Pretty funny.... some Star Wars Valentines.

Ivy League Employers 

Here's some of the fringe benefits from being employed to "IVY LEAGUE" employers.

The Future of Desktop Computing 

Watch this demonstration video and you'll see two very simple things coming together in a way that shows me exactly the direction that computing and user interfaces should go. It's not enough to move one pointer around and click things.

The first advancement is a touch screen capable of detecting more than one press. The other is the user interface using this touch screen. One finger can press and move things. Two fingers placed horizontally and moved apart or towards each other can scale an object. Four fingers (placed in square configuration) can zoom the view in and out. Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant and IMO very intuitive. How many times have you wished you could just reach up and move windows around with both hands?

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Vegetable Oil as Vehicle Fuel 

Here's a nice tutorial on how to convert any Diesel Car to a bio-diesel car.

Jack Thompson's Open Letter To Bono 

The infamous Jack Thompson has written this unbelievable letter to Bono of U2.

Yahoo wants you 

Here's a screen capture on CNET of Yahoo! bending over backwards if you use their search engine.

Scan from the Next Mario Game 

Here's a scan from the next Mario Game for the DS.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006


Here's the smallest retro arcade site in the world.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Kill Bill fight scene with Mario sound effects dubbed in 

Here's something interesting, a Kill Bill fight scene with Mario sound effects dubbed in.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Retro Rip-Offs 

From 1up.com, here's a nice list of retro classic rip-off clones.

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Katamari Damacy Song Lyrics 

Ever wondered what the Katamari lyrics were saying? Here are the Katamari song lyrics translated.

Fun Movie Quiz 

Here's a pretty fun movie quiz.

Google snack rooms 

Here's a view of Google's snack rooms in the company.... and it's all free.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Sexual Chemistry Only Lasts Two Years 

Here's an interesting articel, sexual chemistry only lasts 2 years.... Hmmmm, explains some of the reasons why 2 years is a magic number for most relationships!

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Removing unused device drivers from Windows XP machines 

Here's a nice article on removing unused device drivers from Windows XP machines.


Here's something you don't see everyday, a spider catching and entangling a snake in it's web.

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