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    iPhone Periscope Lens
    Gear  |  Apple  
    From the website:
    The use is so simple, just have the sticky metal ring on your phone, then whenever you want to use the periscope, just put it on the sticky metal ring, then you can have a periscope lens for your camera phone!
    No need to install any software (apps) or any mechanical installation.

    • A spy lens too, just pretend you are playing with your smartphone but indeed you are taking pictures:
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    Gear  |  Video  
    1A4 Studio’s Speedrun: Aliens in 60 seconds, you have to watch cool!
    Batman mustache
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Redditor chrismusaf posted a photo of his friend’s Batman mustache, Cool!
    Yokohama Cherry Blossoms in Bloom
    Gear  |  Pic  
    This stunning photograph by Agustin Rafael Reyes shows us cherry blossoms in bloom in the Tszuki Ward of Yokohama, Japan.
    Summer is coming
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    Summer is coming.
    Shellphone Loudspeaker
    Gear  |  Gadget  
    Shellphone Loudspeaker is a natural acoustic amplifier for your iPhone. The speaker is the natural shape of the Whelk shell to amplify the iPhone's speaker. No power adapters and no batteries are required for this device.
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    Ruler gun
    Gear  |  Tools  
    The hard wood ruler by Atypyk takes the shape of a gun! Carrying the "gun" is not only legal, but also cool. Great for school students. 10EUR
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    The First Jolla Smartphone Jolla phone nbsp and
    Gear  |  Phone  

    Jolla has just unveiled its first smartphone, which will go on sale this year for €399 (roughly $510). Running the company's MeeGo-derived Sailfish OS, Jolla claims the handset will be "compliant" with Android apps, though the phone runs its own Sailfish OS. Featuring a 4.5-inch display, dual-core processor, 8-megapixel camera, 4G, 16GB of onboard storage, and a microSD slot. According to Jolla, the handset will be "compliant" with Android apps, although it's not sure how many apps will be supported, nor is it clear where users will download the apps from.
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    Gear  |  Video  
    Time-Lapse video of China's sprawling megacities of Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
    Tilt Shift timeslice photos of Famous Places as
    Gear  |  Pic  
    By New York-based photographer Richard Silver, in his “Tilt Shift” series, he turned the tworld’s most famous locations into miniature scenes.
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    Wow Who Took This Picture
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    Who took his picture? I saw it in tumblr.
    [ Updated: ]  This is an Israeli rocket dropped in Gaza, Palestine.
    Captured by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP PHOTO.
    Source: http://www.gettyimages.ae/detail/news-photo/palestinians-run-for-cover-as-a-missile-fired-by-the-news-photo/9498471
    [ Thanks Hussam ]
    Gear  |  Video  
    A video of zombie parkour stunts.
    "The zombie virus has evolved into a new breed of parkour zombies. No longer do they slumber as the walking dead, they are ferocious and fast, they are the flipping dead."
    Zombie Pool Rules
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    Marking the release of the Resident Evil Revelations video game, Capcom are set to open a ‘blood’ filled swimming pool nestled in the shadow of the Olympic stadium, London, UK. In addition to its bloody appearance the swimming pool will offer floats in the form of human torsos,eyeballs, and blood clots, as well as zombie life guards and a corpse diving board. Miss Cakehead, who’s helping with the event, commissioned Pictographik to receate the iconic set of British swimming pool rules with a Zombie twist.
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    Experts Expert Gardening Knife
    Gear  |  Tools  
    Anne Marie Chaker's May 15 "Just One Thing" Wall Street Journal feature focused on Jonathan Wright — a professional gardener at the Chanticleer Public Garden in Wayne, Pennsylvania — and his indispensable Lesche Digging Tool (above).
    Excerpts follow.
    "Jonathan Wright is a self-identified "plant geek" with a soft spot for summer-flowering dahlias.
    His Lesche Digging Tool, which he says he never gardens without… [is a] 12-inch knifelike tool [with] a serrated edge, which makes it useful for cutting and dividing perennials or even twine. Mr. Wright says the Lesche knife is a good substitute for a trowel when tucking bulbs or small plants into the ground. The action is slightly different from a more labor-intensive digging motion: "I stab it into the ground and pull toward me," he says, creating a cavity in the soil that makes planting "three times as fast" — significant when there are, say, hundreds of bulbs on the to-do list.
    The knife's tip makes a handy wedge for lifting weeds or even pavers, which sometimes require resetting or weeding between. In the vegetable garden, the flat edge of the knife makes it easy to draw a straight line in the soil for seeding.
    The steel tool's maker is W.W. Manufacturing Co. Inc., a Bridgeton, N.J., supplier of rakes, spades and other gardening and landscaping equipment. A plate just below the handle "guards your hand from sliding down" onto the blade, says Ingrid Hawk, co-owner of the company, which was founded by her father, Walter Lesche, in the mid-1950s and known as Walt's Welding.
    Mr. Wright says he was given the tool when he started gardening at Chanticleer as a student fellow in 2001. "One of the gardeners said, 'Here, take this, it will be your new best friend,' " he recalls. Today, he is in charge of designing and planting terraces surrounding the mansion on the 47-acre property. "It did replace any other trowel or weeding tool I had," he says.
    Another benefit: The red handle makes it easy to find if he leaves it in the garden. But even if that doesn't work, "I've bought a backup," he says.
    Notebook with a hidden pencil
    Gear  |  Tools  
    The clever notebooks have a real pencil nestled conveniently in its trompe l'oeil designed cover. Remove the pencil for use, and press it back in place for easy storage. 144 pages. $15.
    Nerdy Cafe Latte Art
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Japanese coffee artist Nowtoo Sugi uses colored bartender syrups to, as the hobby artist says, "paint" on coffee to create the amazing coffee art.
    Baby booties made from breast milk
    Gear  |  Baby  
    The inch-long booties were created by Nick Gant and Tanya Dean, both lecturers at the University of Brighton in East Sussex. The designer duo used proteins extracted from a woman’s donated breast milk to create tiny, hardened baby shoes.
    GIF Giraffes are naturally born divers
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    Giraffes are naturally born divers.
    Key Board Home Sweet Home
    Gear  |  Gadget  
    An original key holder for couples, which is made ​​of beech wood. EUR 17.50
    Hilarious baby makeup
    Gear  |  Baby  
    Finder's Creepers of Facebook shares this hilarious baby makeup.
    Modern Renaissance
    Gear  |  Pic  
    The images, entitled Modern Renaissance, exhibit the work of skilled photo manipulators with a sense of humor, using the images of celebrities.
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    New Nexus 7 Tablet Leaked In Official Google
    Gear  |  Tech  

    The new Nexus 7 tablet was spotted by Cesi D’Alessio, and it appears at around the 21 second mark in the video, it has a flashing LED lighting up at the 21 seconds mark, the existing Nexus 7 tablet does not have. The new Google Nexus 7 is rumored to come with a 7 inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, plus one of the new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor...
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    Zippo Wallet
    Gear  |  Men  
    The Zippo's new product, Men Wallet($50)!
    The wallet is just under half an-inch thick, and features a high quality stainless steel outer shell that protects against RF theft, a flexible polymer body, six credit card holder slots, an ID window, and a money pocket.
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    The Self Balancing Electric Unicycle
    Gear  |  Gadget  
    This briefcase-sized electric unicycle that keeps a rider perfectly balanced at all times with gyroscopic sensors. The unicycle’s 500-watt electric motor hat can push a 160lbs man at 13mph for up to two hours on a three hour charge. It can support riders up to 250 pounds, but your mileage will vary depending on how close you get to that limit. Like the Segway, accelerating and stopping the unicycle is accomplished by gently leaning forwards or back. It shouldn’t be that hard though, and once you get the hang of it, you’re sure to get a lot of enjoyment out of your $2,700 expense.
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    The Scientific 7Minute Workout
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    The Scientific 7-Minute Workout, by Gretchen Reynolds. Let us do it!
    Skeleton Mask Biker
    Gear  |  Other  
    A man wearing a skeleton mask prepares to ride his Harley Davidson motorcycle during the annual Harley Davidson National Rally in Qian Dao Lake, China, on May 11, 2013.
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    Gear  |  Video  
    The infamous Riddick has been left for dead on a sun-scorched planet that appears to be lifeless. Soon, however, he finds himself fighting for survival against alien predators more lethal than any human he's encountered.
    The only way off is for Riddick to activate an emergency beacon and alert mercenaries who rapidly descend to the planet in search of their bounty.
    Director: David Twohy
    Exploring with iSCOPE
    Gear  |  Gadget  
    The iSCOPE by Chang-Hsuan Pai integrates the use of an iPhone or iPod to help children explore their natural surroundings. The device combines learning with a fun interactive experience. It encourages children to explore through real-time interaction with nature and keeps them engaged by disclosing facts and trivia.
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    Guitar shaped forest
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    The guitar shaped forest is located in Argentina's 'Pampas'. The forest is made up of over 7,000 cypress and eucalyptus trees. The guitar forest was planted by a farmer named Pedro Martin Ureta. Now 71-years old, it was him and his four kids that planted every individual tree decades ago. The forest is planted in memory of Pedro's wife, Graciela Yraizoz.
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