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    Walk On 100 000 Tiny Porcelain Skulls
    “What Will You Leave Behind?” by Nino Sarabutra, visitors are invited to walk on 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls that cover the floor of a gallery. The installation is on display at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Singapore through October 13, 2013.
    "Nino Sarabutra has filled the gallery floor with more than 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls and invites you to walk on them. Entering the gallery, every step you take you will be treading on the skulls, unavoidably. In truth, each step we take brings us one step closer to our own demise, yet we never know which will be our last."
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    Every SciFi Starship Ever  In One Mindblowing Comparison
    This comparison chart, compiled by DeviantARTist Dirk Loechel, an accurate size-comparison between famous sci-fi starships, the ships are from Star Wars, Star Trek, Warhammer, EVE Online to Halo and ... big pic.
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    Comparison Between iPhone 5S VS iPhone 5C VS iPhone 5 VS iPhone 4S VS iPhone 4 VS iPhone 3Gs VS iPhone 3G VS iPhone 2G, speed tested at the same time.
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    Rockid by Ontwerpduo
    Rockid by Ontwerpduo.
    "A rocking chair and cradle in one.  While carefully swinging the rocking chair and reading a book or singing a lullaby, your baby can softly fall asleep. "
    Neck Air Cushion

    Neck Air Cushion
    From the website:
    Neck Air Cushion helps provide fast relief for sore or stiff neck, head, and shoulders.
    Place it around your neck and use the inflation pump to comfortably stretch and relax tight muscles.
    Gently relieves pain and pressure in joints and nerves brought on by poor posture, computer work, poor sleep habits, driving, and stress.
    Safe, effective therapy for muscle and joint discomfort, pinched nerves, tension headaches, and more.
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    In collaboration with the Festival d'Opéra de Québec, TFO (a Canadian French language educational and cultural public television station) brought opera to the people by inviting the public to engage with a new interactive and never-been-seen-before instrument.
    The Living Opera Organ is a 12-note, giant keyboard that you play with your feet, featuring opera singers who elegantly belt out their corresponding notes as the different keys are played.
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    Hello Kitty Beer

    Hello Kitty Beer
    Long Chuan Beer Company of Taiwan is selling Hello Kitty Beer! It’s fruity, contains very low in alcohol (2.5% ABV), and with Hello Kitty branding on the cans. Available in four fruit flavors: passion fruit, lemon, banana, or peach, and is only available in Taiwan. 
    “These would probably be a good choice for someone who’s actually not that into beer,”
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    A custom level of Super Mario was built especially for the recent GamesCon that was held in Germany, where 974 people played the game simultaneously. Every screen was recorded and then compiled into one video for no particular reason.
    "974 runs of the custom Super Mario Bros Time Trial level collected at Gamescom 2013.
    There was a 3 second penalty for dying which explains all the frozen Marios. Also note that enemies and objects may not appear synced to the players - that is due to the way Mari0 (and the original SMB) works.
    Best time (blue Mario): 41.32 seconds"
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    Oneeyed pirate cat Sir Stuffington
    This pirate cat may not have the facial hair of Blackbeard; instead he has the whiskers of a daredevil.

    One-eyed rescue kitten Sir Stuffington has been tugging heartstrings on social media after his new foster mother started uploading pictures of his adventures on to Facebook. Sir Stuffington was born on the streets and suffered a raccoon attack when he was just a wee kitten, but he's overcome and is growing into a badass lil pirate.
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    Booooon envelopes
    Japanese graphic design studio D-Bros makes opening an envelope even more fun than reading what's inside. "Booooon!" (an onomatopoeia often used by children to imitate the sound of vehicles) comes with an illustration of an automobile, locomotive and airplane. When torn open they create trails of exhaust plumes!
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