Whiz Kids, 1983
Whiz Kids, 1983
I haven’t played it yet but I am reasonably certain that this Cthulu version of Flappy Bird is the best clone out there! #cthulu #flappybird #lovecraft
In case you ever wondered what it’s like to be a goat. You can lick things and jump and stuff…
Tired of giving sugary candy to your kids? Give them veggie candy and they’ll love you… or barf their guts out
How to drive a Jeep
Candidate for best GIF ever?
Via Boing Boing
Denis Carter shows us how to cut a massive stone using a two pound hammer, 19th century style.
How To Avoid Paying Your Toll
“Animator Natasha Allegri and Frederator Studios are working to expand Bee and Puppycat, a popular ten-minute cartoon about the adventures of a girl named Bee and her cute yet mysterious companion named PuppyCat, into a six-episode series. The project is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, and if funded the first episode will be released in the summer of 2014 on Cartoon Hangover.”
“A cyborg, short for ‘cybernetic organism’, is a being with both organic and artificial parts.”
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Nikolas Roy was invited to give a workshop around the theme “Next Utopia.” He decided it would be cool to transform himself and his partners into cyborgs. The catch was that the cybernetic components had to be non-electronic. Here are the results:
“One of his wearable devices enables shooting a magnet attached to a string. After shooting, he can use a crank from a fishing rod to pull objects caught with the magnet towards him. This is useful, for instance, when shopping tomato cans in a supermarket. Already the first tests showed that the shooting works well”
Camille built “a glamorous wearable contraption with which visitors can play a special kind of roulette: Two modified ashtrays generate a random price for a random drink on the push of a button. Based on the results, she serves the surprise drink directly out of the reservoirs inside her shiny backpack.”
More after the jump…
98 Year Old Creates Beautiful Art Using MS Paint
Hal Lasko created fonts as a younger man but now he uses Microsoft Paint, one of the most common and unsophisticated art programs, to create beautiful works of art. You can even order some of his prints on his website.
Today is Saturday. Make sure you make the most of it and don’t go outside no matter what.
Via Miss Cellania
For the Apple devotee in your life. This Steve Jobs action figure comes complete with an itty bitty computer…
Yesterday we saw how vikings actually fought. Now see how they made their amazing swords!