The elegant CardSharp is a credit card-sized sharp and slim utility knife, which easily transforms into a tool in 3 folding steps; the built-in protective sheath helps prevent injury or blunting. (Thanks Danny!)
This Slaughterhouse Christmas Special from EpicMealTime showcases some spectaular eating – a Gingerbread house minus the ginger plus lots and lots of meat. By spectacular we don’t mean good.
The stylish Astro A*Star In-Ear Headset features an in-line medallion with mic, volume dial and answer button, tangle-resistant cables, PC splitter, 3 sizes of ear gels and case. (Thanks Landon!)
You might enjoy Pixar’s famous opening credit animation sequence, but it turns out there’s a dark side (and consequences) to Luxo, Jr.’s unchecked bouncy lamp antics.
Santa, we’ve been good this year. Now please send us the 25 mph max Garia LSV (Low Speed Vehicle), fitted with street legal safety equipment and double wishbone front suspension. Please?
Before you send us hateful comments, we’re well aware that a lot of parents are skilled at the art of sending text messages. But at this blog proves, a lot of them could also use some help.
Hot Rod Magazine met up with pro driver Mike Ryan to see something that was never meant to be done – big rig drifting. We swear we could hear the truck scream in pain as it whirled around.
Hail to the King, Baby! Pay homage to Ashley J. Williams, the Evil Dead series’ legendary Deadite slayer, with this bloody good t-shirt from Jimiyo. Get the gray one if you’re a fan of Evil Ash.
BioWare shows off the two main approaches to combat in Dragon Age 2. You can either wing it and deliver commands on the fly, or pause the game to give yourself time to strategize and issue orders.
A combination of Jeopardy! and a dictionary. The definition of a word along with its first letter is given; typing the correct answer extends the time. One of the more practical timewasters we’ve seen.
In this short film by Ciaran Foy, Melissa and her family are out on a picnic when she encounters faeries. Melissa chases them into the woods, only to find out that she’s not dealing with Tinkerbell.
We can’t wait for People Can Fly’s explosive new FPS to hit in February 2011. While we patiently wait, they’ve left us with a little holiday greeting card, complete with the best tree-topper ever.
It takes a couple of minutes for the action to really kick in, but once it gets going, you’re in for 5 minutes of epic freestyle parkour action shot in and around London. Impatient? Jump to 2:25.
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