Cute kids, retail IPOs, lousy "programming languages" and a brand for a-holes take up today's Remainders.
Kylie has another ad! We've covered her twice already, with the latest being a tribute to ourselves, so I think that's enough. She's still cute though. [YouTube]
Newegg just IPO'ed for $US175 million. It being one of our top three online merchants for gadgets brought it to our attention, but unless you're looking for a new investment, you probably don't care. [WSJ]
Ed Hardy now has mice, mousepads and laptop skins. We already covered their USB drives, and one Ed Hardy mention is enough for a year. [Pocket Lint]
When the world first saw the new Toyota Supra, the world wept that there was no Toyota-designed engine under the hood. Rather than some new 3JZ, there was a BMW B58 straight six. Well, everyone may dry their tears, as tuning legend Steph Papadakis got that stock Supra engine to the four-figure mark.
Archaeologists in Ecuador have uncovered evidence of a previously undocumented funeral ritual, in which the heads of recently deceased infants were adorned with the skulls of other children. Scientists can only speculate as to the reasons why.