Hell exists, and it's right here on earth. Or at least, it does in name. Designer Jonathan Hull has made a map of all the places with names derived from the devil.
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Remember the 25-year old truck driver who called himself "Evil" and hacked his way into Platform Networks a few months back? He's been trialled and sentenced this week in an Orange court (the place, not the colour), and now he's off to jail.
I have a Sorny Inspironbookmate 2564300iP00. Can I make Hackintosh? But seriously, I know a lot of people ask if they can hackintosh their obscure laptop that nobody has ever heard of and I understand it's very unlikely that they can, but when is it possible? When can Mac OS X be installed on a out-of-the-box laptop and run just like it would on a real Mac?
Nothing says "asshole" quite like this parasitic bike "emergency pump" from Instructables user Aleksi. Need some air? The local public parking lot is your oyster.
Eagerly anticipated ever since Sony floated its wood-block concept designs at the PMA show in February, Sony's Alpha NEX-5 and NEX-3 have finally arrived. Its debut models are the smallest entrants to date, and are aggressively priced given their features.
Today Sony officially announced its NEX-3 and NEX-5 interchangeable lens compacts (which is exciting enough), but at the launch in Sydney they also mentioned that engineers in Japan are currently working on an interchangeable lens Handycam. They even had a concept model on display.
The Sony EVIL NEX 3 camera may look a bit odd, but it's got a 14MP Sony Exmor HD sensor, a touchscreen - along with old-school knobs - and some nice specs.
The last we heard about Sony's upcoming compact DSLR camera, there were some screenshots that looked to show a touchscreen interface. Well, that's now confirmed with this teaser video found on Sony's YouTube channel.
The amount that the RIAA gets in statutory damages in filesharing lawsuits is already completely bananas, but they still aren't happy. The problem? Compilation CDs. A rascally pirate could rip 10 tracks from 10 CDs, say they came from a compilation and then only be culpable for one album. That's not right! The RIAA would then be cheated out of money they could use to polish the rubies on the ends of their walking sticks!