Rains gives us two more reasons for summer to be over with its 2016 Autumn/Winter collection. The Loose-fit Jacket has an oversized fit and a hood, while the Poncho has rounded hems, buttons on the sides and a cap hood. Both have air holes hidden at the back for ventilation.
RHCP’s bass man teamed up with Fender to reproduce his beloved ’61 Shell Pink Jazz Bass, a very special instrument he received from a fan. The guitar has a road-worn shell with a maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, vintage style Jazz Bass pickups and a neck plate with art by Flea.
MiiR keeps the tin camping cup’s looks but gives it a couple of welcome upgrades. The 12oz Camp Cup is made of medical grade stainless steel and has double-wall insulation to keep drinks hot or cold. It’s available in three colors.
PyroGirl turns into the Mother of Dragons with this awesome mod. You see, she took a toy figure of Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon, and added a tiny flamethrower to it. Now the little guy can actually breathe fire, laying waste to everything standing in its way.
Okhlos is a 16-bit style rogue-like about unleashing an ever-growing mob to trash ancient Greece. It’s silly and chaotic but also tactical and challenging. There are a variety of mob units and leaders with different abilities. Drops Spring 2016 for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Pump up the bass and blast off to planet Wayne with these special edition Beats by Dr. Dre over-the-ear headphones, offering sound inspired by the studio monitors used by Lil Wayne himself. In blazing bright red, so you’ll never misplace them. Save 39% in The Awesomer Shop.
Video essayist Kaptain Kristian takes a look at one of our favorite animated shows ever, Matt Groening and David X. Cohen and their writers infused the show with geek culture, intricate plots, one of the best comedic ensembles ever, and a balance of cynicism and hopefulness.
Computer scientist Mike Pound uses software called “HashCat” and a workstation loaded with graphics cards designed for parallel processing to make quick work of hacking a database of encrypted passwords. Now you know why complex and unique passwords are a necessity.
During a recent Coldplay concert in New York, Michael J. Fox took to the stage and reprised his classic performance from Back to the Future. While Fox played electric guitar, Chris Martin took on vocal duties this time. Big love to MJF.
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