They left out “Mortal Kombat II”?
Those things must be heavy.
I’m guessing these guys snagged one of those Giant iPhone Mock-ups that hang in front of the Apple Store.
Google pumps out more products than you may have realized. Are there any “non-mainstream” Google applications that you use?
I’m glad I was mistaken.
Check out Lifehacker’s guide to text substitution if you’re interested in achieving keyboard nirvana. Anybody have any keyboard vs. mouse stories?
Last week, with no actual evidence, FOX News decided to repeatedly report that the fires in Southern California were the work of Al Qaeda operatives.
Instead, the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart wonders if “perhaps Al Qaeda is trying to infiltrate a cable news channel and staff it with morons.”
I have a garage full of old gadgetry and tech. I can’t bring myself to just toss that crap out. Will I be polluting the environment with heavy metals? Am I throwing away something valuable? Will somebody else find value in it?
Well, SecondRotation aims to answer the latter two of the aforementioned questions:
1) Estimate It: Use our online step-by-step pricing guide to locate your gadget and find out what it’s worth.
2) Ship It: Follow our Shipping Guidelines to pack and ship your gadget. And what’s even better? Shipping within the continental United States is absolutely FREE!
3) Cash It In: We’ll send your payment as soon as we check out your gadget. It’s that simple.
Apparently, this is real. Species: Promachoteuthis sulcus. According to the Tree of Life Web project, the single specimen is 25 mm and was captured at a depth of nearly 2000 meters in the south Atlantic Ocean off Tristan Da Cunha.
It’s available at CostCo(!). So when are we going to start finding videos on YouTube showing people downing this stuff straight from the can?
From The Onion:
Modesto, CA residents turned out for the city’s annual Ninja Parade, where no ninjas were seen for the 30th year in a row.