Slightly NSFW: Microsoft claims that it’s your idea, but this Windows 7 Parody reveals the perils of asking customers what they really want; worth watching all the way to the end.
Can’t separate your glu from pyru or your Co-As from synthase? Stanford students rap out human metabolism with Oxidate It Or Love It, set to songs by 50 Cent/The Game and Jay-Z.
Samsung’s 10 MP TL500 offers surprisingly fast glass for a compact camera with an f/1.8 24mm ultra-wide angle 3x zoom lens; also: a RAW shooting and a 3″ multi-angle AMOLED display.
Jiro’s one-of-a-kind reclaimed product range now includes keychains (they initially offered belts); each is made from old inner tubes and bike tires, with your choice of colors.
It’s still running in some theaters, but buying Sherlock Holmes on Blu-ray (3/30/10) is elementary, my dear Watson: it includes the Maximum Movie Mode with director Guy Ritchie.
The 2011 Yamaha Apex is the world’s first snowmobile with electric power steering, drastically improving driver stamina; test one out for 45 minutes at any of Yamaha’s Sno-Safaris.
Loaded with an arsenal that rivals small countries, this 12″ Sarah Connor figure will send any cybernetic organism packing; includes assault rifle, shotgun, pistol, and combat knife.
Nike’s Air Royal Mid silhouette gets a modern, cool-grey colorway with the Textile; the two-tone kicks sport ultra-smooth uppers contrasted with deep orange stitching and heel tabs.
NSFW: winner of SIGGRAPH’s Best Student Piece Award, Blind Spot reminds us of Pixar’s Ratatouille in terms of animation but is an adult film in terms of its subject (and brain) matter.
With a capacity of 60 4″x6″ photos, this SD Photo Album is a bit lightweight compared to its digital equivalents but makes up for it with a supersized form factor; available April 2010.
Johnny Kelly’s Procrastination seems maddening and even obsessive, but it’s dead-on in conveying the pointlessness of putting things off; while we’re on the topic: get to work!
Feast your eyes on Mercedes-Benz’s next CLS-Class: the F800 Style concept sports an SLS AMG nose, 400+ hp plug-in hybrid system, traffic jam assist, and 360 degree Pre-Safe system.
We previously featured Nerd Merit Badges, but be sure to check in for their new Foursquare Achievements; they include Local, Crunked, Superstar, and the coveted Super Mayor.
Super Street Fighter IV’s nine latest characters get a proper intro in this New Warriors trailer; in order: Ibuki, Dudley, Makoto, Guy, Cody, Adon, DeeJay, T.Hawk, and the fearsome Juri.
CRKT’s I.D. Works Flux is a modular multi-tool system that lets you carry only the tools you need; a spring-loaded carabiner lets you add/remove everything from flash drives to flashlights.
The next time you see a construction site with ladders, girders, and oddly-placed barrels, drive away; this Barrels of Kong t-shirt introduces Mario to the concept of collateral damage.
Give your middle finger a rest with the Drivemocion LED Car Sign; it displays 16 decidedly non-middle-fingery verbal and facial expressions while mounted to your rear window.
Introducing the LEGO MOC to end, crush, and recycle all other MOCs: Dave DeGobbi’s Crawler Town is a giant “Eco-punk” mobile city with hangar, solar panels, airport, and more.
It’s a bit hazy ethically, but Little Billy’s Letters is indeed a prank-de-force; praised by master hoaxer Alan Abel, fictional Little BIlly gets real replies from presidents, celebrities, and more.
We’re the first to admit we don’t quite get Mongrel’s Creed, but we’re intrigued by its mix of dystopic sci-fi and black comedy; no word on when the full 11 minute short will be released.
U-Boat’s Classico U-1001 watch is able to survive depths up to 1,001 meters; it sports a 55mm Grade 2 Titanium case, pressure escape valve, and photo-luminescent blue markers.
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