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  • The Secret Story of TOYS

    By Ben on Tue Aug 13 2013 |
    Gear | Video
    The Secret Story of TOYS.
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    Sandwich Sponge

    By Ben on Tue Aug 13 2013 |
    Sandwich Sponge

    Sandwich Sponge
    Home | Kitchen
    Two triangle-shaped pieces.
    $11.95.
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    Speedrun: The Big Lebowski in 60 seconds

    By Ben on Tue Aug 13 2013 |
    Gear | Video
    Speedrun: The Big Lebowski in 60 seconds
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    Gif: pyrotechnic flaming bicyclist

    By Ben on Tue Aug 13 2013 |
    Gif pyrotechnic flaming bicyclist
    Gear | Pic
    Wow!
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    Ultra Fast Formula One Pit Stop in Slow Motion

    By Ben on Tue Aug 13 2013 |
    Gear | Video
    A 2.05-second pit stop by a Formula One team is shown in slow motion.
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    Little Pony Ties

    By Ben on Tue Aug 13 2013 |
    Little Pony Ties
    Style | Accessories
    David Hajari's My Little Pony ties. Cool
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    Algae suit generates food to feed you

    By Ben on Mon Aug 12 2013 |
    Algae suit generates food to feed you
    Gear | Other
    The algaculture symbiosis suit designed by Michael Burton and Michiko Nitta. The symbiosis suit is designed to make food for you as you go about your daily routine. A number of tubes, placed in front of your mouth, harness the CO2 you breathe and feed it to an ever-growing population of algae which lives in the suit. The self-sustaining algae suits are made up of plastic tubes that sprawl all over the body, making up head pieces and body suits.  Green algae pumps through the tubes, coloring the transparent vessels in varying shades of green as it swirls and circulates around the network of plastic. The suit debuted at a recent event at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
    "Algaculture designs a new symbiotic relationship between humans and algae. It proposes a future where humans will be enhanced with algae living inside new bodily organs, allowing us to be semi-photosynthetic. Almost enabling us to become plant-like by gaining food from light. As such, we will be symbionts (meaning that both entities entirely depend on each other for survival), entering into a mutually beneficial relationship with the algae."
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    Sony's rumored QX10 and QX100 'lens cameras' pair with your smartphone

    By Ben on Mon Aug 12 2013 |
    Sony s rumored QX10 and QX100 lens cameras pair with your
    Gear | Camera
    These images are the rumored DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 from Sony. Actually these are not normal lenses! They have built-in sensor, Bionz processor, Wifi/NFC wireless connection and SD card slot. These lenses have no LCD screen and no usual camera controls. You will be able to control them through your smartphone(via WiFi or NFC). They’re meant to be attached to a smartphone (iOS or Android), and operated through the on-screen buttons. The QX100 will get a “larger 10x focal range and a 1/2.3-inch 18-megapixel CMOS sensor. So you might be able to squeeze some pretty high quality shots from your phone. The DSC-QX10 and QX100 are expected to be officially announced on September 4, for an as-yet-unknown price. Cool
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    12 Foot Tall Slip N’ Slide With a Massive Loop

    By Ben on Mon Aug 12 2013 |
    Gear | Video
    To promote their KickStarter project, Clint Walker and Clive Dixon created a huge 12 foot tall slip ‘n slide that comes down off of a house and into a massive loop. Awesome!
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    Stick ‘Em Magnetic Towels

    By Ben on Mon Aug 12 2013 |
    Stick  Em Magnetic Towels
    Home | Kitchen
    The Stick ‘‘em Magnetic Towels($12) essentially a towel with a magnet on one end so you can just stick it on your fridge or oven and forget about it–until the next time you need it. Or you can just buy a magnet and sew one yourself on your towels.
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    Breaking Bad Theme - played with meth lab equipment.

    By Ben on Mon Aug 12 2013 |
    Gear | Video
    The breaking bad theme played on meth lab equipment.
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