The Amphony microFidelity 100 may be tiny, but its sound is mighty. The digital T-amp cranks out 20WPC stereo or 50W mono with a 115dB S/N ratio. Not bad for something you can pocket.
Got an old Macintosh Classic lying around? One enterprising modder in Japan figured he could use his old Mac as the perfect doc for his iPad, and it just plain works. Don’t you want one now?
Mark McQueen’s upcoming zombie flick centers on a performance enhancing drug which results in “severe physical and allergic reactions” in its test subjects. Talk about side effects. (NSFW)
CAPRON Designs’ “Rocks” are shiny stainless steel cubes you can chill, then float in your beverage in place of ice, keeping your drinks cool, without melting and diluting your precious booze.
Represent your favorite writers and characters with the Word Series shirts. The Moby Dick shirt is full of win, even if you’re no bookworm. Also the Vonnegut shirt, if you know what his logo means.
Tim Hahne covered the whole of the 2010 24 Hours NÃ¼rburgring using his trusty Canon 5D MK II. The result? 15,900 glorious frames of automotive porn from start to finish. Watch it in HD if you can.
A short train ride north from Amsterdam will bring you quickly to the Oostvaardersplassen, one of Europe’s most important nature preserves, filled with abundant grazing herds (and no predators).
Sopranos writer Terence Winter and Martin Scorsese take on prohibition-era Atlantic City in HBO’s latest drama. Steve Buscemi and Michael Pitt star. Premieres Sept. 2010.
The Centennial Alfa Romeo Art Collection is a cool journey into the company’s 100 year history, freely interpreted through 100 works by 100 artists, offered in limited editions of 100. (Thanks Ron!)
Valentina Trimani’s brilliantly simple concept design combines the utility of a bookmark with low-voltage OLED illumination, so you can read your books while lying in the darkness of your bedroom.
We don’t know why he built a car inside of a bush, but Justin Shull’s Terrestrial Shrub Rover makes us think of Monty Python. Perhaps it’s a good way to meet those Knights’ shrubbery demands. Ni!
Japan’s Shimizu Corporation recently unveiled plans for a self sufficient floating ecotopia covered in vegetation that generates its own power, grows food, manages waste and provides clean water.
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