TAG Heuer has created a limited edition watch for the Porsche Club of America, amped up with sporty red and black rally striped dial and the racing number 55 in honor of the club’s founding year.
This 10 second video clip has got us thinking that 1) it’s important to read ahead when you’re a news anchor; and 2) schooling the teleprompter guy in punctuation may not be such a bad idea.
Castles in the Sky was filmed in 5 exotic countries (think Peru and India) over 3 years, and looks like it’s as much a open love letter to the sport of surfing as much as it is to travel. (Thanks, Ivan!)
Cured to perfection in graveyards, this zombie jerky has a sickly greenish-blue hue. It’s made in Japan, but might be a hit Russia as well – because in Russia, you eat zombies. Are we right or what?
Lotus honors their legendary engineer Roger Becker with the new RGB Special Edition for the Elise SC and Exige S; includes Sports and Touring packs and the 1.8 liter VVTL-i Toyota engine.
This 2004 TV ad for the Guardian pokes fun at soccer players propensity to overreact to physical (and sometimes non-existent) contact to catch the referee’s attention or to milk the clock.
The next time your friends come over for dinner, show some respect and wear one of these. There are four variants, so be sure to choose the one that matches your shirt. Or your bare chest.
Iomega’s new Skin series add a bit of attitude to the otherwise boring facade of portable external hard drives. No decals or stickers here; the graphics are baked into the plastic for durability.
…especially if your mother is a huge bear. We’re not sure if the cub was stuck, or if it just refused to climb down. But since it ran like hell afterward, we’re assuming it’s the latter.
Play as Nelson Tethers, the US Department of Puzzle Research’s (only) agent, and investigate why an eraser factory has shut down. Filled with humor, suspense, puzzles and gnomes.
This electric guitar/synth works as a controller for your computer’s music apps, and you can play it stand-alone if you don’t want to connect a PC or Mac. You can even use it to control Rock Band.
This 168-footer comfortably sleeps 10 in its 5 staterooms, decked out with the finest finishes. A pair of 2250-hp engines powers this luxury vessel up to 3000 nautical miles on a (giant) tank of fuel.
This playful mirror eschews feet and inches in favor of celebrities. Now you can brag that you’re as tall as Muhammad Ali. If you’re short, just say you have something in common with Bruce Lee.
The United States has no shortage of renegades-for-hire who are willing to solve your problems for a price; the A-Team is just one of them. But remember: you get what you pay for.
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