We dig these samurai chopsticks, partly because they’re modeled after the weapons of actual samurai, and partly because they’re functional and won’t cut your tongue like a real sword.
We’ve all seen those action movie scenes with the threatening ransom call from the kidnapper, but this version seems much more realistic to us. Of course, the guy is on AT&T.
Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions is getting ready to swing into stores on 9/7, so Marvel has been kind enough to share this extended look at the action-packed time-shifting webslinger.
Do you think the cooler-than-thou ways of hipsters should be extinct? Then you’ll love Molly Lewis’ dinosaur coloring book shenanigans. Although to be fair, Elliott Smith was a genius.
This 11.5ft-long pedal-powered submarine can go as fast as 5mph and as deep as 20ft. The current design’s problem is a vital one though – there’s no on-board oxygen supply.
Grab a friend when Portal 2 drops, because Valve has included multiplayer. Play as two funny-shaped robots each armed with the portal gun and solve puzzles. Or just mess with each other.
It’s not bursting with schwag, but it does have the only schwag that matters – a light cycle collectible. And that is why you will buy this, even though the other freebie is a freakin’ plastic drawer.
Whether you’re into Supreme Beings or Darwin, this light-hearted 8-bit style animation by Marieke Ottrand is meant to entertain. We don’t remember this game on our Atari 2600s.
DQ Vodka’s unique bottle is made by one of the finest glass makers in Europe, with metal surfaces akin to high end automotive standards and satin chrome finish for the top and bottom caps.
Sam Raimi’s gore-fest finally makes its way to Blu-ray today (8/31/10). If you’ve never seen Bruce Cambpell in his original turn as Ash, you must watch this low-budget horror classic.
While the Jewish High Holidays should be a time of serious reflection, The Port Washington Community Synagogue believes that it is also a time for joy and celebration. And Lady Gaga.
This merengue-dancing dog has better moves than its partner. We think they need to cancel Dancing With The Stars and replace it with three hours a week of this instead.
After working on the design of the International Space Station, architect Garrett Finney made a portable, light, comfortable and versatile base for explorers of good ol’ Earth – the Cricket.
Forget multi-monitor setups. Ostendotech’s 43″ CRVD 2880 x 900 curved display is all you need, whether for work or play. Ostendotech will even install and calibrate your display upon delivery.
Postertext creates book posters that you can admire and actually read. Each poster has an image silhouetted against the actual text of a book or story. Check back weekly for new posters.
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