The Naked Pint bares all for brew lovers and also serves as Beer 101 for novices; it covers everything from beer science and misconceptions to food pairings and home brewing.
Mirror’s Edge lands on the iPhone/iPod Touch January 2010; it’ll feature Canabalt-style gameplay with 14 3D levels, dynamic camera angles, and running, sliding, and leaping.
The Donkervoort D8 GT’s long snout gets prepped for a long haul at 24 Hours of Dubai this January; the endurance version gets improved brakes, CF sandwich panels, and a rear diffuser.
Try as we might (or bite), we can’t take our eyes off Ucon’s new Observer Hoodie; part of UCON’s Winter 2009 line, it’s a pre-washed cut & sew sweater made with cotton and polyester.
Epically detailed with interior views, movable parts, and LED lights, this 1:45 scale, 4-foot model of Captain Nemo’s Nautilus is based on Disney’s 1954 20,000 Leagues; limited to 500.
Warning: slightly NSFW; mix the Oceans trilogy with a liberal helping of Charlie’s Angels and you’ve got The Bannen Way; it’s Crackle’s new web series about a con man’s final job.
Ray Ban’s iconic Aviators get an upscale update with the Craft Outdoorsman; it sports a brow bar wrapped in hand-stitched genuine deer leather with blue or brown teardrop lenses.
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 gets a truly magical debut trailer, with glimpses of Quidditch, Fluffy, the Sorting Hat, and even a little Wingardium Leviosa; it’s due out sometime in 2010.
History may have been different had Darth McCartney and his troopers been Storming Abbey Road instead of The Fab Four; Here Comes The Death Star and Darth Sidious’ Garden, anyone?
Mid-life crises and life insurance see eye to eye in CollegeHumor’s GEICO Commercial Parody; spend a day with those eyeballs and you’d probably be at the end of your rope, too.
LOST is coming to an end, but the Dharma Initiative lives-on by hanging on to your fridge with this Magnet Pack; it includes every logo from the TV show plus a few non-canon badges.
Flash on, dude: HexoLights are red, yellow, and blue LED light pods that sync with any sound source including iPods any consoles; snap them together to build your own custom set-up.
Do-it-yourself while on-the-go with the Screwpop; a 4-in-1 tool that fits on any size keyring, it includes Philips and Flathead screwdrivers, a 1/4″ hex nut driver, and a bottle opener.
It’s not the original Filmation version, but 2002’s He-Man won a Daytime Emmy during its 39 episode run; The Complete Series is a 4-disc set that includes a PDF version of episode 40.
Giant flip phones, two-line displays: Toddland revisits the 80s with this yuppie-friendly printed vinyl Buy Sell Buy Sell Wallet; it even comes with an antenna that extends and retracts.
It’ll take more than brooms and buckets to clean up with the action-packed, live-action remake of Disney’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice; it stars Nick Cage, Jay Baruchel, and Alfred Molina.
If you prefer ohms to ornaments, Evil Mad Scientist Labs has decked their tree with resistors and other electronic components; got other holiday plans? Check out the LED Menorah Kit.
Produced on a shoe-string $7k budget, Constant van Hoeven’s Things Last is a sci-fi short that blends CG and live action; we won’t spoil it, but it’s definitely a soulful take on existence.
Defend the universe on the go with Voltron, now available on iPhone and soon on other phones; it features 30 levels, isometric and 1-on-1 battles, and video from the TV show.
Loud on the details, Affliction’s Whispering Zip Hoodie eats lesser hoodies for lunch; it sports a black lava wash, silver dome studs, embroidered logo, fleur-de-lis zip, and silver foil accents.
Will Urbina’s “The Desk” is an uber-case mod which puts the computer in a see-through, LED-lit Plexiglass table; perched above is “The Tower”, is a 5-drive hard disk cluster.
Made with carbon fiber, Arai’s Corsair V RC is an ultra-lightweight motorbike helmet; each lid takes 22 man hours to make and will likely be only available in a limited edition run.
Believe it or not, Ripley’s has the largest collection of authentic vampire killing kits in the world; made in the 19th century, most include stakes, crucifixes, lead bullets, and garlic.
Andrew Mitchell’s Squibble Braille Interface concept features 779 ultrasonic motors to provide tactile and high contrast feedback; it’s designed to work with cellphones via Bluetooth.
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