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We’re having a hard time digesting just how awesome Tim G.’s hectic Lego Rebel Attack diorama is, from a damaged X-Wing trailing smoke to a cameo by Boba Fett; the full gallery is here.
Sensing an imbalance in The Force after Friday’s Pirate invasion, Vintage Vantage has released the Strictly For My Ninjas tees for those who prefer nunchakus over cutlasses.
Goo is like Katamari in 2D with better graphics; although more a tech demo than a game, it’s pretty fun. It recently won Best Threaded Game at the Intel Game Demo Contest.
We really didn’t get Jamungo’s antisocial Crappy Cat until we saw his interactive Flash game. The 9″ vinyl yuppie cat sports a cardigan, an eyepatch, a can of beer and a six pack ring.
Heckler Design’s OneLessDesk is actually two desks in one; a lower deck can serve as a keyboard tray or secondary desk, but slides away under the upper deck when not in use.
Canon’s SD880 IS is an update to their SD870; with 10 MP it’s not quite as powerful as the SD990, but its larger 3″ LCD and lower price point ensure this will be a top seller for Canon.
Like Ruben’s Tube, these musical Tesla coils by Steve Ward and Jeff Larson are designed to be seen and heard. Above: listen to them play the Zelda theme song. Even crazier: Lightsabers.
Jonas Damon’s 2B Radio is a retro minimalist’s dream come true, with a matte black case and three vacuum tubes in place of transistors. It’ll hook up to your iPod or MP3 player, too.
Only available in the UK at the moment, Toshiba’s NB100 netbook is one of the nicer ones we’ve seen. Otherwise, it’s pretty run of the mill: 1.6 GHz Atom, 1 GB RAM and an 8.9″ screen.
Warning: you may waste an incessant amount of time on Blast Passage. This Flash freebie remixes Bomberman and Gauntlet; even multiplayer is old school: four players, one keyboard.
This Transformers papercraft model of Bumblebee makes our paper football look like such weak sauce: it’s made with food cartons and KFC bucket lids and actually articulates.
Just when we didn’t think Red Alert 3 could get any campier, they release this remix trailer, with George Takei saying “‘All your base…” and Jenny McCarthy making very suggestive noises.
We’re chomping at the brain to read Tom Mochinski’s Eden; it’s a zombie story which focuses on a band of survivors holding out in a fortified compound in Queens, New York.
Math nerds the world over will love the Pi Be Rational t-shirt, which gets right to the decimal point. Though, like many of us, the negative square root is real; he’s just complex, too.
With football season in full-swing, the Freedom Grill FG-900 is the perfect way to “cook” things off–this tow-behind trailer sports six burners with 99,000 BTU and two insulated storage bins.
Many of us have had crazy neighbors, but there’s no topping a deranged Samuel L. Jackson; set to the backdrop of a California wildfire, Lakeview Terrace is in theaters now.
Bang & Olufsen’s saucer-shaped speakers (link: BeoLab 5) are now available in the Aston Martin DBS and DB9; each car will have two of these tweeters which retract when not in use.
Keith Thompson is one of our favorite sci-fi/fantasy artists; not only is his work awesome, but he takes the time to write background stories. Spend an hour here; we sure did.
Canon’s G10 PowerShot is their latest high-end prosumer camera; not quite a DSLR, it still includes a 28mm wide-angle lens, 5x optical zoom, 14.7 MP and RAW mode shooting.
Portal: Prelude is an unofficial prequel to Portal, leading up to the creation of GlaDOS with 8 chapters and 48 challenges. It’s set to be released later this month; until then, sing a song.
Coarsetoys’ Jaws Vinyl is available for preorder with a special slate colorway at Rotofugi; there’s a lot to like, from the overall styling to the skateboard, kicks and shark helmet.
Ken Okuyama’s K.O7 supercar is finally going on sale 11/1, with a price tag set at $185k. This is a no-frills racer, with aerospace dry carbon and aluminum panels throughout.
Ahoy mateys, it be International Talk Like A Pirate Day! Perhaps ye be wantin’ to pick up this Pirate Tee and his scurvy dog? If not, we leave ye be with these pirates. Shiver me timbers!
If you like graphic t-shirts, be sure to stop by Beautiful/Decay; they’re running a clearance sale, with 50% off nearly a hundred tees ($15, reg. $30). It runs until September 23rd.
Like a swiss army knife for woodworkers, the CT-15 Multi-Square has one regular and two dovetail saddle squares and a cam lock sliding t-bevel; just fold it away when not in use.
Tag Heuer’s Grand Carrera Calibre 36 is the world’s first automatic chronograph that can display 1/10th of a second. It uses a rotating scale; click here to watch a video of it in action.
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