This unusual concept timepiece gradually reveals the current time with tactile, dimensional digits for each hour emerging from behind a cloth face. No minute display, but the general idea is cool.
The numbers on the Watch3 are printed on the underside of the sapphire crystal, making them nearly invisible. The black hour hand reveals the current hour. Only 9 out of the 100 units remain.
Made by advertising agency BUTTER, this amusing take on the pin-up calendar was given away by medical equipment manufacturer Eizo to their clients. This is safe for work isn’t it?
Despite the nefarious name, it’s not hard to think of good – or at least – harmless ways of using the items included in this stash. Just think of it as an emergency kit. With a ski mask included.
Loosely based on a true story, Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi and Gabriel Macht star in this tale of the first money made from what would eventually become the Internet’s most popular pastime.
This unabridged edition of Anthony Burgess’ dystopian masterpiece is now available in Audiobook format. Including a controversial extra chapter, it’s a must-listen for fans of the original.
A monster has kidnapped the princess and threatens to destroy the galaxy. The hero can still save the day, if only he can cross the vast chasm that separates them. But wait – there’s still hope!
Anti-Theft Lunch Bags have mold-like marks, protecting your food by making it unattractive to would-be pilferers. They’re sold out right now, but you can still place a reservation.
Storm’s new analog watch may not be official Star Wars merch, but the black Darth watch definitely draws inspiration from the helmet of the dark Sith Lord himself. The other colors – not so much.
Available 11/2/2010, GT 5’s $100 Collector’s Edition includes a 300-page “car lover’s guide”, a 1:43 2009 Nissan GT-R Spec V replica, a DLC voucher, and a GT keychain. All together now: Finally.
The preview for the new TRON video game reads more like a trailer for TRON:Legacy (the movie). But the glowy goodness of the mainframe world still drives us bonkers every time we see it.
Check out Karl Tate’s intriguing infographic that explores the highest and deepest points on earth; it also includes egg boiling time and the Horizon oil rig as points of reference. (Thanks, Stephen!)
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