Alt-pop sensation MGMT just released their latest arty-fartsy music video. It’s a jangly-little tune with a decidedly sixties vibe, and the video has all the tie-die colors to go with it.
Apparently too provocative for ABC’s prime-time viewership, we’ve uncovered the ending originally intended for LOST. While it differs from J.J. Abrams’ original plans, we like this ending better.
Baptiste Debombourg created two wall murals made of nothing but staples. It took him 35,000 staples and 75 hours to complete them. It’ll probably take twice as long to remove them all.
The gel ink in this pen was developed by KGB scientists during the Cold War. The ink starts to fade minutes after it’s used and will completely vanish within 48 hours. Perfect for contracts.
HBO revealed its upcoming take on George R.R. Martin’s medieval fantasy epic during the True Blood premiere, and while the teaser is very brief, we’re stoked for its 2011 debut.
The Transparent Canoe is made of Lexan (the material in jet-fighter cockpit canopies) and fastened to an anodized aluminum frame, making it lighter than many aluminum or wood models.
Yet another news anchor fail immortalized on the Internet. Why are you still reading? Okay then, here’s a tip: it’d be a lot funnier if you imagine her saying “HEYO!” right before she lets one rip.
Originally made from 1888 to the early 1930’s, the solid brass and steel Odd Job is an inside miter and tri-square, depth gauge, scribing tool, T-square, depth marking scribe, plumb level and ruler.
Microsoft has revealed the much-anticipated “slim” black version of the Xbox 360, has a 250GB hard drive, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, is “whisper quiet,” and ships to U.S. retailers this week for $299.
Incredibly, this proof-of-concept trailer by Jerry O’Flaherty was shot in just two days, with zero budget (borrowed costumes and 5 volunteer cast). Backgrounds courtesy of the Unreal engine.
This amazing robotic chess set took a core team of four people over a year to create, using over 100,000 LEGO parts, at a cost of appx. $30,000. Winner: the LEGO company.
While the 1950s suburban setting for the reboot of XCOM might look peaceful, the blobby black alien invaders in 2K Games latest FPS are nothing of the sort. From the guys who brought us Bioshock.
Looking to shoot some HD footage on the cheap? Kodak’s latest entry into the HD digicam fray shoots 720p video at 60fps, and is their first HD camcorder for less than $100 bucks.
No, that’s not Zuckerberg, it’s a skit making fun of not only Facebook’s CEO, but all Facebook users who complain about the site’s privacy issues, yet willingly post their private stuff online.
MSI’s latest gaming laptop offers a beefy 1.6GHz Core i7-720QM CPU and a blazing fast ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 GPU. The 17-inch monitor doesn’t do full 1080p, but 1680×1050 isn’t too shabby.