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- T-600 Is a Fantastic Backpack for Exterminating Mankind
- C-3P0 Is the Best Worst Rapper
- Portland's New Streetlights Are Psychedelic, Carnivorous Plants
- Drool Over this Chart of All the Glorious Superpowers You'll Never Have
- Beware: Those Instagrams of Fruit Want to Hijack Your Account
- What's Your Pick for a Google Reader Replacement?
- What iOS 7 Says About the Next iPhone, All Things Windows 8.1, and More
- All the Hidden Chemicals That Are Lurking In Your Coffee
- A Mobius Strip Track Makes Magnet Hovercrafts Even Cooler
- Want Vine on your Kindle Fire?
- How To Take Care of Your Smartphone Battery the Right Way
- It's Almost Worth Breaking Your Arm for this Crazy 3D-Printed Cast
- Cross-Section Bullets Are Beautiful for Something That Could Kill You
- These Heartbreaking Ads Show How Useless Facebook Likes Can Be
- The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: All Circles (NSFW)
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T-600 is neither your average puppet nor your average backpack, but this quick little clip from Stan Winston Schools shows that he's pretty impressive for both. Who said puppets had to be cute? [Stan Winston School]
If there was a list of people (and robots) that should avoid rapping—and maybe there ought to be—C-3P0 would be sitting pretty far up towards the top. Fluent in six million forms of communication and not an ounce of flow.
If you've seen one streetlight, you've pretty much seen them all. They're important, sure, but they're usually not much to look at. The lamps that popped up across Portland are a little bit different. A little more like giant, carnivorous plants.
I don't have any superpowers. Neither do you. But we can both salivate with envy at all the marvelous flavors of superpowers we could have, if they were real. And to aid us in that noble pursuit, Pop Chart has put out their Giant-Size Omnibus of Superpowers, a (fairly) comprehensive menu of powers and their associated owners.
Heads up: Instagram is weathering a bit of a spam attack right now, and as you may have noticed, it's drowning in fruit. This rather large wave of juicy spam seems to be pushing some sort of "miracle fruit diet" and it could mess up your account if you fall for it.
The day we RSS fans have been dreading for months is almost here. On Monday, Google Reader dies. Forever. There's no going back. Everybody's been hawking their replacements, and we've brought you a little sampling
This week, we finally got a look at what the next version of Windows 8 has to offer, up to and including that long-awaited smart button. And on top of all that, we've got a slew of hidden passageways, a look into the iFuture through the iLens of iOS 7, some Google Reader alternatives for your coming RSS-panic, and more.
Caffeine. For most of us, that's the only chemical compound in coffee that's worth a damn. But that's far from the only thing that's hiding in that simmering cup of black (or light brownish) glory that you suck down every morning. Cockroach pheromones? Rotting meat-smell? Check and check. Drink up! [Wired via Neatorama]
Superconducting magnets are freakin' awesome. You should know this already
Want Vine on your Kindle Fire? Well now you can have it. Enjoy!
Your smartphone is a minor miracle, a pocket-sized computer that can fulfill almost every whim. But none of its superpowers matter a bit if it runs out of juice. With removable batteries becoming more and more rare, you've got to take good care of the one you got. Fortunately, it's not to hard keep the lithium-ion powering your everything machine happy if you follow a few simple rules.
Plaster casts are bulky, obnoxious, heavy, inevitably sweaty, occasionally pink. In short, they are no fun. But this 3D-printed "Cortex" cast could change all that. Sure, it looks a little like a fishnet stocking, but have you seen a old-fashioned cast lately?
When it isn't being fired at or around you, ammunition can be kind of beautiful. We've already seen the striking beauty of exploding bullets trapped in plexiglass
We toss around likes as if they were high fives on the Internet. As affirmation of people doing the right thing. As oh hey look cool. As being silly and ironic. As the digital form of support. As a hug. As a fist bump. But what do those thumbs up actually do? Boosts someone's ego? Spreads your online seed? In reality, nothing.
Jeez, sink a spear into one alegorical elephant-man's chest cavity and the whole of human history is doomed to strife and pestillence. Great aim cro-moron.
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