Our friends at 0-60mag.com show you how to build your own Need For Speed: Shift-themed racing console for only $500 (not including electronics); get the 60-page PDF here.
We’ve seen Twitter for power usage and watering plants, but the Tweeting Kegerator is easily the most useful: it monitors beer temp, handle pulls and brew levels; follow it on Twitter.
Nike’s Michael Jordan Letterman Jacket celebrates his induction into the Hall of Fame; it’s basically his whole career embroidered onto a sleeve, with points, MVPs, steals and more.
Making the best out of a farmer’s tan, this Solar Bluetooth Headset squeezes in a solar panel that’ll charge while you chat; it supports A2DP, multiple pairing and can charge via USB too.
Everyone’s favorite stick figure web comic finally goes pulpy: xkcd: volume 0 is now available (link: Randall Munroe’s book tour schedule); a portion of profits will go to charity.
Visual editor Michael Bartolomeo’s Cross Country Timelapse is a near continuous recording of his drive from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.; a picture is taken every 10 seconds.
No need to roll for constitution: despite names like Sneak Attack and Eldritch Blast, Jones’ Dungeons & Dragons Spellcasting Soda sole magical effect is to make you gassy.
SCEA’s Rick Marks goes in-depth with the PS3′s motion tracking tech; cool: controller position awareness, which makes everything from calligraphy to tennis games more realistic.
Alright, so setting your sleeves on fire probably isn’t the smartest thing you can do, but you’d still look cool: these Vintage Lighter Cufflinks are a dinner party version of Tony Stark’s suit.
Navigate desktop cable jungles with a LEGO LED Clip On Light; able to be worn either on the head or in true geek style on a pocket protector, each foot packs an LED light.
Yesterday’s 2009 Emmys were pure wonderflonium, with both Dr. Horrible and Captain Hammer (aka NPH and Nathan Fillion) taking jabs at the joys of watching videos online.
If buttons bamboozle you, Sony Ericsson’s motion activated MH907 headphones will automatically play when both earbuds are worn; removing one will cause the music to pause.
Using VDMX and reflective surfaces, Tron Legacy’s art crew would do well to watch Emmett Feldman’s Laser Cave; it’s a projection-mapped extravaganza that takes 2D to 3D heights.
Once a year, both the Horde and the Alliance put aside their animosity to celebrate Azeroth’s best brews; hardcore party orcs or dwarves would do well to wear this Brewfest t-shirt.
If you can stomach the piranha-face, E-Wolf’s E1 electric car is a eco-racer’s dream: it weighs only 990 lb., goes 0-60 in <5 s with 147 hp/186 lb.-ft. of torque, and has a 300 km range.
Flameknight7 combines two of the world’s most terrifying things into a single mod for Left 4 Dead: Teletubbies and zombies are a true vision of hell, especially when they catch on fire.
Don’t worry about stacking your blocks too high: this Icetris Ice Tray not only takes Tetris and ice cubes to the next level, but guarantees that your problems will melt away.
Four friends, a remote island, advanced parasite research: yup, it’s another horror flick, but we’re loving this gory trailer for Growth; the movie was shot using a RED ONE camera.
Introducing the uber-flashlight: the Tactical 5.11′s batteryless Light for Life takes only 90s to charge, is impact resistant, works from -40° C to 65° C, and has a peak output of 270 lumens.
You’re not much of a shock trooper if you haven’t pulled the trigger on Halo 3: ODST, but here’s the intro (Part 1, 2) if you need convincing; we reiterate that Nathan Fillion is the man.
Sure, Paul Smith’s Speedometer Flight Bag is bit tacky, but auto enthusiasts will go zero to credit card in 1 second; trimmed with leather, it’s inspired by classic 60s/70s car gauges.
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