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Under The Hood
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Gizmodo Movie Night
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This official US Army M110 Sniper Rifle has all the necessary accouterments: long barrel, scope, and an iPod touch.
There’s also hope and change in the land of the brick: Behold the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama in Lego bricks, complete with every single character that will be at the Capitol, including Lego Oprah.
Legendary author Sir Terry Pratchett might have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the real world, but his prototype anti-dementia helmet looks like the stuff of science fiction.
‘Worst Week’ is apparently some kind of adapted British show about a guy whose life sucks, or something. I don’t know. All I do know is that this guy’s iPhone is not an iPhone.
Apparently China isn’t the only place where popular logos seem to be mysteriously borrowed by other businesses. You don’t have to search too far to find Tokyo security firm Yaroo’s inspiration.
Billing itself as interactive furniture, this Daywriter/Nightwriter functions both as a shelf and a dry-erase board. It also seems like a great way to make passive aggressive notes towards your roommates look vaguely artistic.
All you entrepreneurial gold-digging nurses out there, listen up. Your efforts to marry that rich, sick dude are for nothing if you don’t have this handy object in your repertoire: anti-static shoes. [Japan Probe]