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Music video: Shiner

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
Gear | Video
An ode to cheap beer and tacos. A music video for the title track off Mainland's EP, "Shiner."
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Baby Boy goes crazy over a remote control

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
Gear | Video
This baby's mind is completely blown by a remote control.
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Cup holder

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
Cup holder
Gear | Pic
ah....
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Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial

Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial

Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial
Body | Food
Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial, here
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Robin Williams, 1951-2014

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
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Gear | Pic
Actor and comedian Robin Williams died earlier today at his home in Tiburon, California, reports the Marin County Sheriff.
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Hilla Shamia's Cast Aluminum and Tree Trunk Furniture

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
Hilla Shamia s Cast Aluminum and Tree Trunk
Home | Furniture
Hilla Shamia, an Israel based industrial designer, has created "a novel way to meld poured aluminum with irregularly shaped wood pieces to create sleek tables and benches.  The process preserves that natural form of the tree trunk while still allowing the molten aluminum to flow into the crevices of the wood, slightly burning the area where the two materials meet." Rather than simply joining the two materials with nuts and bolts the aluminum is poured directly into the wood, which is then cast into the body of the pieces.
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The happiest places in America

By Ben on Tue Aug 12 2014 |
The happiest places in America
Gear | Pic
The happiest places in America
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Gif: Jumping Cat

By Ben on Mon Aug 11 2014 |
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Gear | Pic
Cute.
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Village People sangs YMCA

By Ben on Mon Aug 11 2014 |
Gear | Video
Village People sangs YMCA
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Self-Assembling origami robot walks on its own

By Ben on Mon Aug 11 2014 |
Gear | Tech
"Footage from the researchers' laboratory shows a sheet of paper and plastic mounted with batteries and motors that folds itself into a working machine without human intervention and then scuttles out of shot.
The flat-pack robot uses "shape memory polymers" that contract like muscles when they are heated. The robot takes about four minutes to assemble from scratch and can walk at a speed of around 5cm per second.
...the robot could pave the wave for flat-packed machines for use in space or in hazardous environments on Earth where they can be put into confined spaces and left to assemble themselves."
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