It’s the Cereal TIE Fighter. Made a Star Wars TIE fighter using nothing but 2 Crispex, 2 Cheerios and a bit of frosting as an adhesive. "Cereal TIE fighter - thought of this at breakfast today. Easy to make for your next Star Wars party. 2 Crispix, 2 Cheerios and a tiny bit of frosting to hold it together. "
Made by Japan's swimwear company Yamamoto Corporation. Yamamoto says it differs from traditional radiation protective clothing. The first layer of protection is a pair of lead-lined underwear that keeps harmful gamma rays away from your abdomen and lower spine, where it could do irreparable harm. A beta-ray shielding suit should then be worn over the gamma ray crotch guard to ward of the beta rays. The shielding suit is effective as its seams are completely fused, keeping the radiation out and keeping its wearer safe. Yamamoto Corporation is slated to begin selling its radiation shielding garments later this month. The drysuit(a sort of wetsuit) will run you $1,072, while the lead-lined underwear will cost an additional $825. Extremely expensive!
Just the thing for a cold winter day. ••••••••••••••••••••• • Low odor • Easily refillable • Employs safe catalytic burner • Rugged all-metal construction • Zippo premium lighter fluid recommended • Includes hand warmer, warmer bag, and filling cup • Produces up to 12 hours of steady warmth with one filling • Excellent for hunting, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and football • Sleek, compact design fits comfortably into pocket or gloves ••••••••••••••••••••• $8.85 and up.
Wet Dog by French photographer Sophie Gamand. "Wet Dog is a series on dogs being washed during their grooming sessions. The way the water plays with their hair in a very painterly manner, and their facial expressions as the water is poured on them creates striking portraits that resemble famous humans or important characters. The dogs become timeless sculptures. Wet Dog is part of a project about grooming and the way we alter our dogs’ appearance to fit standards of hygiene and beauty."
Logitech unveiled its gamepads for iOS 7 with its new Powershell controller. The controller($99) can hold a 5S, 5, or fifth generation iPod Touch and add the precision of analog controls -- d-pad, buttons and shoulder triggers -- to your phone. A 1500 mAh battery doubles the available power capacity.