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Friday, February 26, 2010

USA Finland Final Hockey Score

The U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team defeated Finland 6-1 in the semifinal of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Team USA advances to Sunday's gold medal game and will play the winner of Canada and Slovakia.

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Girl Scout Cookie Recall 2010: Lemon Cookies

A girl scout cookie recall was announced today by girl scout cookie maker Little Brownies Baker due to an off smell and taste for some cookies.

According to the Better Business Bureau, lemon chalete cremes cookies have been recalled due to complaints, though they are reportedly safe to eat.

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Why I Have Facial Hair

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Indestructible Carbon Fiber Wallet

This is the wallet that's 5X stronger than steel, yet 80% lighter. Woven from carbon fiber, the same durable material used in racing yacht sails, the resilient wallet will never stretch, fade, or develop cracks like a leather billfold.

The carbon fiber threads are encased in a flexible resin that's impervious to water and the wallet is sewn using triple-step zigzag stitching to provide additional strength at the seams and prevent unraveling.

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The Magical Code Organ

The Code Organ...

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Thursday, February 25, 2010

60 million Americans don't use the internet

Of the roughly 60 million adult Americans who don't use the internet at all, 47 per cent cited cost and complexity and 45 per cent agreed with the survey statement that "I am worried about all the bad things that can happen if I use the Internet." Thirty-five percent were of the opinion that "There is nothing on the Internet I want to see or use," and one third thought "The Internet is just a waste of time."


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Olympic Venues as Seen From Space

The Olympics have been held in some of the most scenic locations on Earth, and this year is no exception. Some of the most breathtaking moments of the games involve details captured in photo finishes in cross country skiing and hooked ski tips leading to crashes in the slalom seen in slow-motion video. All that aside, Vancouver is equally breathtaking from above.


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Organovo 3D Printer Prints Human Organs

THE great hope of transplant surgeons is that they will, one day, be able to order replacement body parts on demand. At the moment, a patient may wait months, sometimes years, for an organ from a suitable donor. During that time his condition may worsen. He may even die. The ability to make organs as they are needed would not only relieve suffering but also save lives. And that possibility may be closer with the arrival of the first commercial 3D bio-printer for manufacturing human tissue and organs.

The new machine, which costs around $200,000, has been developed by Organovo, a company in San Diego that specialises in regenerative medicine, and Invetech, an engineering and automation firm in Melbourne, Australia.


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2,380 Orange Slices To Charge an iPhone

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YouTube Removes Rickroll Video

You are not going to believe this...YouTube has removed the original Rickroll video for a terms of use violation. Huh!?!?! After the general public was subjected to that damn video a jillion times…NOW they remove it?

The Interwebs came together in a collective gasp on Wednesday as it was discovered that YouTube removed the original "Rickroll" video that has clocked up 30 million views to date.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Generation Zero the Inconceivable Truth

The current economic crisis is not a failure of capitalism, but a failure of culture. Generation Zero explores the cultural roots of the global financial meltdown - beginning with the narcissism of the 1960's, spreading like a virus through the self-indulgent 90's, and exploding across the world in the present economic cataclysm.

Generation Zero goes beneath the shallow media headlines and talking head sound bites to get to the source of today's economic nightmare. With a cutting edge style and haunting imagery, this must see documentary will change everything you thought you knew about Wall Street and Washington.

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Midnight Review | Dante's Inferno (X-Box 360)

Ok, sitting down with this game I had mixed reviews. While in high school I had read the famous book written in the 1300s. I guess if anyone had to make this into a kick ass action game, leave it to the developers at EA to get the job done.

In a style similar to God of War, Dante's Inferno is a hack-n'-slash type game where you play as the title character, Dante, in a journey to through the Nine Levels of Hell to reach your wife. While this game can be a little redundant at some parts, it really keeps you immersed and wanting to play until you just can't take it anymore.

My biggest warning for this game is this is not your little brother's game! This thing is chocked full of nudity, hardcore violence and gore. I am actually surprised that in this day and age the game didn't receive an AO (Adult Only) rating. It makes you wonder what EA had to cut to make it Mature.

The only downside is the game seems like it wont have much replay value to it.

Total Rating: 9.0 out of 10


Console: X-Box 360
Resolution: 1080p
Time to Complete: 7.29 hours
ESRB Rating: M (Mature)

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National Tortilla Chip Day

Today is a holiday with a crunch. One might even suggest that it is a corny holiday. Well, that's okay because today is National Tortilla Chip Day. Just a few decades ago, Americans seldom ate Corn Chips and Salsa. It's popularity has grown immensely. Today is a tribute to that rising popularity of one of America's favorite munchies.

The corn chip recipe was brought to the U.S. from Mexico by texas businessman Elmer Doolin.

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Dyson DC24 Blueprint Limited Edition

You see that? LIMITED EDITION! Very few people will have the same vacuum experience! I’m always on the go or entertaining various supermodels and industry high-rollers, so I need a vacuum that can be stored easily and get the mess out quickly. They told me the DC24 is better suited to smaller houses, but I scoffed and simply bought one for each room of my palatial estate in the hills.

After all, it’s still got the patented Root Cyclone technology that keeps it from losing suction power. It still steers easier than my Aston Martin. It’s still got a lifetime washable HEPA filter. It even comes with an extra accessory kit. It’s just a little smaller.


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Dalai Lama Joins Twitter

I am not into the whole signs of the apocalypse thing but I am pretty damn sure this is one of them. At least now you can pretend to be spiritually enlightened and tell people at parties you "follow" the Dalai Lama. Next week, the Pope gets a MySpace page.

The @DalaiLama account is up and running. And, unlike a previous hoax account, this appears to be the real deal. Twitter's new vice president of communications, Sean Garrett, just welcomed the Tibetan spiritual leader to the site.

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Hover Craft for Senior Citizens

Who needs a mobility scooter when you can get one of these!?! Ha! Suck it ScooterStore, grandpa just got a hover craft!

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You Smell: Get off the Plane

We’ve all been there. Someone walks by and you catch a whiff. Maybe it’s Giorgio or Red Door layered on a little too thick…that distinct left-the-bar-at-dawn smell…or pure and simple B.O. It’s off-putting, but thankfully not lingering. Unless you’re sittin’ next to it. On a plane.

So as this story goes, regional airliner Jazz Air out of Canada “deplaned” a man for his “strong body odor”. One passenger on the Feb. 6th flight described the smell as “brutal” according to a cnn.com report.


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The Least Populated Countries in The World

What are the least populated sovereign states in the world and how many can you name? It may be easy to name a good few who make the top ten most populated, but which are the ten countries that have so few people living in them that they would hardly fill a village or small town in other states? Let’s take a quick trip, by land, sea and air to discover them.


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Microsoft RickRolls Port Slamming BitTorrent Users

You have to admit that getting RickRolled by Microsoft is pretty damn funny.

"….we implemented certain, ahem, ‘interim countermeasures’," wrote Connor. "We quickly built a list of all of the top torrent trackers around and got the nod from Jorke [Odolphi, Web Platform Architect Evangelist for Microsoft Australia] to add them all to the local DNS resolver and point them at a local web server containing some RickRoll scripts."

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EB-48S Concept Car

The above featured vehicle is an EB-48S Concept. The brain child of Emil Badal who designed this vehicle many years ago is another breed of EB brand with a mid engine V6 supercharged. One of its cardinal features is the lightening system, particularly the rear ones that are prioritized to maximize the amount of awareness for other drivers.





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Typing 'Cadence' Used to Identify Authorized Users

The idea of increasing security by using typing cadence in conjunction with browser information and your IP address seems like a cool idea.

Scout Analytics has developed a way of identifying a user's "typing cadence," and matching it to how a username and password are entered. It only takes 5 login attempts of around 12 characters for Scout to nab your cadence, and although 1 in 20,000 people will share the same cadence, combining the data with browser info and IP addresses makes it accurate enough for general usage.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Ashleigh McIvor - Ski Cross First Olympic Gold

The 26-year-old native of Whistler secured a place in Olympic history Tuesday, winning the inaugural women's ski-cross event in near-whiteout conditions before a packed house at Cypress Mountain.

McIvor, one of the favourites to end up on the podium, threw her arms into the air as she crossed the finish line, then jumped up and down like a kid on Christmas morning. Hedda Berntsen of Norway won silver while Marion Josserand of France took the bronze.

Kelsey Serwa of Kelowna, B.C., just missed making the final to finish fifth. Julia Murray of Whistler was 12th and Danielle Poleschuk of Winnipeg 19th.


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Best Ghost Pictures Ever Taken

They say seeing is believing. And while in this day of digital image manipulation that might not be as true as it once was, these photographs are considered by many to be the real deal - photographic evidence of ghosts.

Faking ghost photos through double exposure and in-the-lab trickery has been around as long as photography itself; and today, computer graphics programs can easily and convincingly create ghost images. But these photos are generally thought to be untouched, genuine portraits of the unexplained.



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1930’s Dating Tips For Single Females


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The Most Alien Landscapes on Earth


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Are you password protected?

Many people use the same password for everything - from their private work accounts, containing a plethora of confidential details, through to their own personal Facebook or social networking account.


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Man Bulldozes Own House Over Foreclosure

Like many people, Terry Hoskins has had troubles with his bank, but his solution to foreclosure might be unique.

Hoskins said he's been in a struggle with RiverHills Bank over his Clermont County, Ohio home for nearly a decade, a struggle that was coming to an end as the bank began foreclosure proceedings on his $350,000 home.

"When I see I owe $160,000 on a home valued at $350,000, and someone decides they want to take it no, I wasn't going to stand for that, so I took it down," Hoskins said.

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Denny’s Social Networking Screw Up

You know this had to be humiliating. For four months, the wrong Twitter address has been plastered on every menu in the company's 1500 locations. Ouch. Tech FAIL of the day? I’ll let you guys decide that.

There's just one problem: that Twitter account is owned by a Taiwanese man named Dennys Hsieh, and of the 272 tweets he's posted--the last of which was on July 19, 2009--none appear to have anything to do with the ubiquitous always-open restaurants with the yellow signs visible from freeways throughout America.

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Monday, February 22, 2010

Why Wal-Mart Wants VUDU

It looks like Wal-Mart may bring some of its retail magic to the online video streaming. The big-box behemoth will buy VUDU, an on-demand video service that sells and rents movies and TV shows over the Internet. The deal is expected to close within the next few weeks.

Haven't heard of VUDU? It's one of several online movie services competing for what's bound to be a very competitive market in the coming years, particularly as home broadband speeds increase.


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Today is National Margarita Day

On Monday, February 22, America will celebrate NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY and, in honor of America’s favorite mixed drink, we’d like to share with you some fun factoids about the popular cocktail and its consumption.

Named after a lady named Margarita. The original Margarita was invented in 1948 by socialite Margarita Sames. According to the legend it was during a party at her cliffside hacienda in Acapulco that Margarita began experimenting with “the drink”. Looking for something to cut the dust of a hot afternoon, she mixed Tequila Herradura, Cointreau and fresh lime juice. Her cocktail kept the party going for two weeks and today the Margarita is the #1 most popular cocktail in the U.S.

Try this Frozen Margarita recipe.


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New Ameican Credit Card Laws 2010

Just two of the practices targeted – retroactive rate increases and so-called “hair-trigger” penalty interest rates – cost US consumers a minimum of $10 billion per year, according to a recent study by The Pew Charitable Trusts.

1. The end of confusing billing practices
2. Interest-rate reform
3. Opting-in for overdraft and overlimit protections
4. Protections for young consumers


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Common Food Label Lies

It's a fact of the grocery store that the most healthy food often has the least marketing muscle behind it. The best source of fiber and vitamins are fresh vegetables and fruit, and yet it's the processed, packaged junk food fortified with vitamin and fiber powder that screams for attention.

Read more: http://www.thedailygreen.com/environmental-news/latest/reading-food-labels-470201-synd#ixzz0gCzmQhzP


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Zeal Transcend GPS Speed Altitude Odometer Goggle

Current features include: GPS, speed, altitude, virtual odometer, stopwatch, temperature, time, anti fog, and a helmet compatible design.

If you watch the demo video here, you’ll also see that Zeal is planning to roll out some really cool features later on: trail maps, caller ID, text message display, buddy tracking, online data sharing (statistics, etc.), mountain traffic reports, camera and recording features, virtual run previews, lift line information, music controls, emergency calling, and more.


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People in Canada Choose Bacon Over Sex

The people of Canada sure love their bacon. In a recent survey conducted by Maple Leaf Foods, 43% of the respondents said they would rather have bacon than sex. Are you surprised?

About the Maple Leaf For the Love of Bacon survey: From December 1 to December 2, 2009, Angus Reid Public Opinion conducted a survey among 1,006 randomly selected Canadian adults who are Angus Reid Forum panelists. The margin of error – which measures sampling variability – is +/- 3.1%. The results of the online survey have been statistically weighted according to the most current education, age, gender and region Census data to ensure samples representative of the entire adult population of Canada.


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Friday, February 19, 2010

German Olympian Snaps Tooth on Silver Medal

A German olympian, who did the obligatory photo pose of biting his silver medal, accidentally snapped one of his front teeth.

David Moeller was celebrating his second place in the men' luge when sports photographers asked him to pose biting it. But the 28-year-old accidentally bit down too hard and snapped off the corner of one of his front teeth.


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Hilary Duff Engaged to Edmonton Oiler

Hilary Duff is engaged to hockey player Mike Comrie of the Edmonton Oilers, her rep has confirmed, according to UsMagazine.com.

Comrie, 29, popped the question last weekend while the pair were "vacationing in Hawaii," Duff's rep said. "After having been together for over two years, they are very excited to share this happy news. They are thankful for all of your warm wishes."


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Video | Tiger Woods Apology Speech

I did appreciate that Tiger Woods asked the press to leave his wife, children and mother alone. He seemed pretty believable in that. However, Gloria Allred, a lawyer who has at least 2 of Tiger Woods' mistresses said that his apology was a "staged public relations stunt."

I think Tiger Woods probably does have real problems. It would be hard not to have problems if you trained like he has to be a top professional. In the end, I hope this will go away, and that Tiger will get the help he needs and get back to playing golf.

What do you think? Check out the Tiger Woods apology video below.

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Keyboard With LOL, THX, TTYL Buttons

At last, a keyboard for all of us people that are too lazy to type abbreviations! Damn man, you are lazy as hell if you can’t be bothered to type three and four letter abbreviations.

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Pirate VS Store Purchased DVD

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LIFE Magazine 30 Dumb Inventions Ever Made

LIFE Magazine has listed 30 of the dumbest inventions ever made. Check out these badass TV glasses from 1963:

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The Lincoln One Cent Coin - 2010 and Beyond

The 13 vertical stripes of the shield represent the states joined in one compact union to support the federal government, represented by the horizontal bar above. The horizontal bar features the inscription E PLURIBUS UNUM—"out of many, one"—while the inscription UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is depicted along the upper rim of the coin.

The union shield, which dates back to the 1780s, was used widely during the Civil War. The shield is also featured on frescoes by Constantino Brumidi throughout the halls of the U.S. Capitol Building completed in the mid-19th century.


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The World’s Smallest Postal Service

The World’s Smallest Postal Service was created by San-Francisco-based postmistress Lea Redmond, who decided to put the crazy idea into practice as soon as it popped into her head. She just strapped her small desk to her back, hopped on her bicycle and set-up shop in one of the local cafes. Since then she’s come to realize many other people are simply charmed by her miniature postal service.


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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Inside The Office - iPhone App

Tweet, e-mail, tell your mom, do whatever you can do to help a little local developer (also MoPo forum member) break the top 20 against big names like Capcom and Sony Pictures Television.

Inside the Office is a fun trivia game based on the TV show (the US version--a UK version is in the approval queue now).

Here is the link to the iTunes store to buy the app for 99 cents.

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Kevin Smith vs. Southwest via Twitter

You know Southwest airlines is hating life right about now. That "fat guy" they asked to get off the plane just happened to be director/actor/cool-mo-fo Kevin Smith. Not only did he tweet about the incident, he is challenging the airline to show up on the Jon Stewart show….with a seat from the plane.

Meanwhile, Smith isn't letting this one go. He's challenged Southwest to show up to the set of the Comedy Central late-night talk show "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and bring an airline seat along so that he can sit in it and prove his point.


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Restroom Prank - Perfect Joke

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Tax Haters Set Up A Joseph Andrew Stack Fan Club

Just a few hours after Joseph Andrew Stack killed himself in an attack on an Austin building that housed local IRS office someone went and set up a fan club for him on Facebook. It already has 124 members.

"Finally an American man took a stand against our tyrannical government that no longer follows the constitution and is turned its back on its founding fathers and the beliefs this country was founded on," the page explains.

The fan page also uses the line from Thomas Jefferson that crazy political types, like the guy who brought a gun to a town hall meeting with Barack Obama, just love. "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."


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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

In the Event of Water Landing - Airline Safety

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Toronto Raptor Eats Cheerleader

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Computer Engineer Barbie Has a PhD In FUN

Barbie's had 124 careers since 1959, ranging from Stewardess to Paratrooper. Today she gets her 125th: computer engineer. You can tell she's smart 'cause she's got glasses, and reads nothing but binary.

Consumers loudly campaigned for another Barbie® career. The winner of the popular vote is Computer Engineer. Computer Engineer Barbie®, debuting in Winter 2010, inspires a new generation of girls to explore this important high-tech industry, which continues to grow and need future female leaders.


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Google Street View Whistler Blackcomb

Street View is now on the ski slopes! You can now see the venues for the games and the world's first snowmobile Street View imagery on Google Maps.


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Learn to Juggle

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

If internet Browsers Were Women

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Chilean mint boss loses job after coin spelling error

He only misplaced a single letter but it was one “L” of a costly mistake for the general manager of the Chilean mint.

Gregorio Iñiguez and several other employees have reportedly been sacked after they minted a set of 50-peso coins with the name of their nation spelt incorrectly.

The coins, worth about six pence, were released into the circulation with C-H-I-I-E stamped on the front where it should read C-H-I-L-E.


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Accident Slings

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Stop Wars - Natalie Portman

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Mom Sells Old NES and 5 Games for $13,105

A mom in North Carolina listed an NES and five carts on eBay last week for $9.99. Final winning bid: $13,105. One of the games in the lot happened to be the ultra-rare Stadium Events, in its original box.

What's Stadium Events? Well, according to its Wikipedia entry, it was a Bandai exer-game that used the Power Pad, originally known as the Family Fun Fitness mat; it's considered the rarest licensed NES game made available in North America. It was only released in a northern U.S. test market in 1987. In 1988, Nintendo bought the North American rights to the mat, re-released it as the Power Pad, and anything Family Fun Fitness branded was taken off the shelf and destroyed..


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Monday, February 15, 2010

Web Search History Leads to Murder Conviction

If you are planning on committing a crime, it is probably not a good idea to have dozens of searches on your PC related to the crime. You might as well search for "getting away with the crime I committed last night in a blue car with a 9mm gun hidden under the seat with my prints on it." I'm just sayin'.

Less than two weeks before the shooting, the forensic analysis suggested that Mares conducted Web searches with phrases including "firearms," "anarchist cookbook," "make silencer," "handgun," "homemade silencers," and "how to make silencer."

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Kid leashes aren't so bad

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New Mouse Concept: G-Spot

This concept mouse reminds me of something…it is literally on the tip of my tongue…what was it called again?

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Ghost Camera 2:55:27 AM

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Who is the most awesome person today?

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iGotBigAssPocket Jeans For iPad Fans

I give you the perfect jeans for iPad lovers everywhere.

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Friday, February 12, 2010

Pentagon Looks to Breed Immortal ‘Synthetic Organisms

The Pentagon’s mad science arm may have come up with its most radical project yet. Darpa is looking to re-write the laws of evolution to the military’s advantage, creating “synthetic organisms” that can live forever — or can be killed with the flick of a molecular switch.

As part of its budget for the next year, Darpa is investing $6 million into a project called BioDesign, with the goal of eliminating “the randomness of natural evolutionary advancement.”

The plan would assemble the latest bio-tech knowledge to come up with living, breathing creatures that are genetically engineered to “produce the intended biological effect.” Darpa wants the organisms to be fortified with molecules that bolster cell resistance to death, so that the lab-monsters can “ultimately be programmed to live indefinitely.”


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Warcraft Gangsta

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One Queen Eleven Presidents

Queen Elizabeth has been around for a long time. In fact so long that there are a string of pictures that take us through 11 presidents through time.






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Live Webcast Fail

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Grant Gunderson: Ski Season Photography

Grant Gunderson is a Mt. Baker Washington-based ski photographer. His work has appeared in magazines like Powder, Skiing, and Backcountry, and he is the photo editor of The Ski Journal.


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Seth MacFarlane Brainstorming Session

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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Meanwhile in Australia

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Candi Holyfield


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Simply High-Fived Your Face

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Things That Should Be Winter Olympics Sports

1. Snowball Fighting
2. Sledding
3. Snow Angels
4. Snowmobile Racing
5. Shovel Racing
6. Extreme Snowblowing!
7. Snowman Building
8. Polar Bear Club
9. Dogsled Racing
10. Ice Sculpture


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LMAO

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Photorealistic Pictures Drawn with a BIC Pen

At a glimpse they may look like some pretty sharp photos, but actually all those pictures are hand drawn with a humble Bic ballpoint pen! Can you believe that?

Spanish artist Juan Francisco Casas, who’s probably 33 at the time of writing this, uses up to four 14p ballpoint pens to create his stunningly photorealistic drawings, measuring up to 10ft (3 meters) high.




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Cleverness


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Destroying an iPad on Video

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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Security Chip That Does Encryption in PCs Hacked

You know you are a bad mofo when you hack a Trusted Platform Module chip with a needle, some acid and rust remover.

Deep inside millions of computers is a digital Fort Knox, a special chip with the locks to highly guarded secrets, including classified government reports and confidential business plans. Now a former U.S. Army computer-security specialist has devised a way to break those locks.

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The World's Oldest Swiss Army Knife

This could very well be the world's first Swiss Army Knife. Bearing a striking resemblance to modern multi-tools, it has at least six distinct functions and originates from the Roman Empire circa 200 A.D.

If our multi-tools today, with their screwdrivers, pliers, and the rest, center on fixing things, this Roman predecessor is more useful for enjoying the pleasures of food. The tool includes a spike which historians think was used to snag snails out of their shells. A hook-like spatula is thought to have helped coax sauce out of the bottle.


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Haiti Earthquake : Worldwide Donations


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HD Video Tour of the International Space Station

The cool video of the day has to be this HD tour of the International Space Station. Definitely worth watching if you have seven minutes to spare.

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Teen's Facebook Party Trashes $1.5M Home

Thinking about leaving your 16 year old kid home alone in your $1.5 million home while you are away for the weekend? Better hope he doesn’t have a Facebook account. Didn’t this just happen a while back?

A 16-year-old schoolboy saw his parents' £1million home trashed by gatecrashers after he advertised a party on Facebook when he was left alone for the weekend.

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Miranda Kerr Helps to Save Bankers Job

A banker caught viewing erotic images of a top model during a live TV interview is to keep his job - thanks in part to her support. Miranda Kerr backed a 'Save Dave' campaign, launched by website Here Is The City News, in support of Macquarie banker David Kiely.

Mr Kiely faced the sack after a video of him viewing semi-nude images of the Victoria's Secret model while a colleague was being interviewed on live TV appeared on YouTube. Ms Kerr, who is the girlfriend of Orlando Bloom, said earlier: "I am told there is a petition to save his job and of course I would sign it."


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Why Does Time Fly By As You Get Older?

Yes, we all get older. But now, getting older has become a video fetish; all kinds of people take pictures of themselves every day for six, seven, eight years and then blend the images together into a ... well, if you've missed the Web craze, Homer Simpson's "Every Day" is a perfect catcher-upper.


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Simpons vs Family Guy Showdown

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Double Big Gulp and the Average Adult Human’s Stomach

The 7-11 Double Big Gulp holds about twice the amount of fluid than the average adult human’s stomach. The average adult human’s stomach can hold comfortably about 32 ounces at any given time (edit: excepting Americans who apparently can hold about 138 times that amount despite science’s official averages). The Double Big Gulp holds about 64 ounces of soda or Slurpee.


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Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Search Continues for Megan Fox's Thumb Double

Apparently Megan Fox, the famously beautiful but questionably talented actress seen in Transformers and Jennifer's Body, has freakish toe-thumbs. This is not breaking news. It was covered in 2009. By grown-ups who get paid money to write about things that humans read.

But now, in light of the starlet's Super Bowl commercial for Motorola, the same grown adults are "exposing" the "shocking" "truth" about Ms. Fox having a thumb double.

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Real Life Sleeping Beauty | Kleine-Levin Syndrome

When 15-year-old Louisa Ball takes a nap, she doesn’t mess around. She sleeps for days on end, and no amount of shaking or prodding can fully wake her up. The British girl has a rare condition called Sleeping Beauty Sickness, but there’s no Prince Charming on the way to rescue her. Doctors don’t know what causes it or how to cure it — only that it strikes teenagers and goes away by itself after eight to 12 years.

She was eventually diagnosed with Kleine-Levin Syndrome, whose victims worldwide may number no more than 1,000. The victims live normally for weeks or months at a time, with normal sleep patterns and normal energy levels. Then, with little warning, they’ll go to sleep for days or weeks at a time. So far, Louisa’s longest bout in bed has been 13 days.


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Evangeline Lilly | MoPo Forum Arcade

Flash Shooting Games
Flash Retro Games
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Makita Pencil Sharpener

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TVGorge - Watch TV Online Free

TVGorge.com's mission is to bring high quality streaming television shows to the masses. We accomplish this by searching and indexing TV streaming websites around the globe.

Once our proprietary script has found the best source for a given TV show, it automatically compiles the information for our database. Access to thousands of TV episodes - all in one convenient place.


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What Sort of Woman Reads Playboy

By day Peggy Wilkins runs Unix servers at the U. of C. By night she tends her apartment-size collection of Playboys, moderates the Playboy Mailing List, builds Playmate databases, and even sends free advice to Hef.


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Principal Suspended for Calling Students 'Stupid'

The letter read in part: "The math we do is really easy. If your child is either too lazy or too stupid to finish it in class, I'm sending it home so that you can work with them and judge for yourself whether it is laziness or idiocy that inhibits your child's progress."


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Romance With Disabled Girls | Video Game

Alex Bannister is a lifelong gamer who was born without a left hand. I explained to him Katawa Shoujo's premise and showed him several gameplay videos to see how he reacted to its portrayals.

"It is always nice to see disabled people, whether they are deaf or have no legs, as the focus of a love interest," he says, although he admits he finds the idea of fetishizing disability to be "creepy."


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How do you get that backwards b?


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Monday, February 08, 2010

Childcare - Chinese Style

Dad Chen Chuanliu has told how he chains his two-year-old son to a tree while he's working because he can't afford a nursery place for him.

The rickshaw cyclist, from the Chinese capital Beijing, decided to put tot Lao Lu under lock and key after his four-year-old daughter Ling went missing last month.

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Dishes – DIY Motivational

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Synthol Victims

Synthol – is an intramuscular lipid acid, which is a synthetic oil and is introduced into the muscle if you want to enlarge it. The substance penetrates into the spaces between muscle fibers and remains there.

About 70 percent of the drug is maintained in muscles, while the other 30 – immediately break down into lipids, just like any other fats. It enters the body through the digestive tract. The result of Synthol lasts about of 3-5 years.


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The iPad Formula

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13-year-old girl look like she’s 50

For some folks, turning 50 can trigger a midlife crisis. But due to a cruel blow of nature, Zara Hartshorn is forced to deal with it at the tender age of 13.


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How NOT to 4x4

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Casino Royale With Cheese

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Restaurant Promotes Valentine's Love in its Bathrooms

Toronto Public Health says as long as there's no sex in the kitchen and the restaurant keeps its washrooms clean and sanitized, it's not fussed. "As far as bodily fluids, it's pretty much similar to the other human functions going on in there," says Jim Chan, manager of the food safety program.


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Saturday, February 06, 2010

Sony Still Loses Money on Every PS3 They Sell

According to the latest figures from Sony, the company still loses money on every PS3 sold thanks to that recent $100 price drop. The flipside of the price cut is that PS3 sales are actually up by 44%. Sony posted its first quarterly profit in a year thanks to its decision to close 18% of its plants and eliminate 20,000 jobs.

Educated guesser of component prices iSuppli had deduced that Sony was finally eking out a little bit of profit on every PS3 Slim they sold, thanks to lower costs, but apparently, not the case! They're hoping to cut production costs by 15 percent by March 2011. Hey, at least PS3 sales were up 44 percent.

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The Key to Life

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The Future has Arrived


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Farmville Destroys Relationships

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Chill Soda - Low Calorie Organic Soda

Chill Soda is a low-calorie, organic, apparently healthy soda. I wonder what it tastes like?


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Friday, February 05, 2010

Pietenpol AirCamper | $2000 Homemade Airplane

Bernard H. Pietenpol had a dream. He wanted to make an airplane accessible to the masses. So in 1928, with only an eighth-grade education, he set out to design and build a simple, inexpensive plane. The result was the Pietenpol AirCamper, and his family is still selling the plans for it, just in case you’re in the mood for a weekend project.

Hobbyist Chuck Gantzer was in such a mood, and at the link, you can see in-process photos of the construction of an AirCamper, as well as of the completed airplane in flight.


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The Book of Jobs


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Happy Valentines | Chainsaw Bear

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Laziness


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Caption This | MoPo Forum

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Introducing the MacBooB Pro


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Daredevil Balances Chair on Glasses over Precipice

French daredevil Henri Rochatin, now 65, has been performing stunts since the age of 5. In this video, he balances on a chair on two glasses which are on top of another chair, which is balanced on four glasses, over a precipice 12,486 feet high in the French Alps.

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Thursday, February 04, 2010

Lindsey Vonn Sports Illustrated Cover: Sexist or Sexy?

The latest issue of Sports Illustrated dubs Lindsey Vonn as "America's Best Woman Skier Ever." If any controversy were to arise over this issue, you'd think this statement would be the cause. But there's no room for debate, considering Vonn is the first U.S. woman to win back-to-back overall World Cup championships.

Instead, Vonn's pose is creating a stir. It's not difficult to see why:


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Google & The NSA

According to the Washington Post, Google is teaming up with the National Security Agency to fend off future Cyberattacks. Google declined to comment as did the NSA.

Under an agreement that is still being finalized, the National Security Agency would help Google analyze a major corporate espionage attack that the firm said originated in China and targeted its computer networks, according to cybersecurity experts familiar with the matter. The objective is to better defend Google -- and its users -- from future attack.

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Intel Reveals More Details On Six-Core Processors

During a press conference, a representative from Intel released a little more information on the company's upcoming 32nm six-core processors. More information will be released next week at ISSCC 2010. In the mean time, here is a die shot to hold you over:

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Where does the Star Wars scrolling text go?

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My friends and I were bored one day during Christmas Break and decided to make a quick movie. We shot this in 30 minutes and only used 8 minutes of tape. I then proceeded to spend 3 and a half weeks putting in the visuals for the film.


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New York's Giants Stadium Demolition to Begin

A crane will start dismantling the top sections of the 34-year-old stadium that has played host to the Giants, the Jets, the Cosmos, the MetroStars and the Red Bulls.

The new stadium will seat 82,500 fans, including 9,500 club seats and 222 luxury suites. It will be the NFL's third-largest stadium.


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Stuart Beach Florida - Shark Attack 2010

It was Martin County's first fatal shark attack, according to records going back to 1882. However, Grant Gilmore said it's too early to say which kind of shark killed Stephen Howard Schafer, who was found with bite wounds about 4 p.m. a quarter-mile off an unguarded beach, just south of Stuart Beach, officials said.


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6 Songs Used to Torture & Intimidate

Playing an annoying song over and over to get someone to spill their guts might sound like a gag from a Mel Brooks movie, but it’s actually become a standard practice.

An article by an NYU musicologist in the Journal of the Society for American Music details how music was regularly used in interrogations on bases in Iraq and Afghanistan as a method of inducing disorientation to get suspects to talk without inflicting physical force. Here are some of the songs used by military and law enforcement entities to get their suspects to sing.


1. Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA”
2. Christina Aguilera’s “Dirrty”
3. Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Were Made for Walking”
4. AC/DC’s “Shoot to Thrill” and “Hells Bells”
5. Anything by Barry Manilow
6. Barney the Dinosaur’s “I Love You”

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Miranda Kerr - Busted

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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

2010 Super Bowl Commercials Watch and Download

The Super Bowl, the championship game of the National Football League in the United States, is known for the high-profile advertisements that air during its television broadcast. The broadcast typically ranks very highly in the Nielsen ratings, reaching more than 90 million viewers. Prices for advertising space can typically cost millions of dollars; 30 seconds of advertising time during the 2010 telecast is expected to cost US $501.01 million.

The high price tag of the commercials all but promises that they will be spectacular and innovative in most cases. The commercials are often highly anticipated, generating much buzz even before the game is played usually because of their innovation or sense of humor.

You can watch Super Bowl Commercials 2010 Live on CBS Online. The special will count down the 10 greatest Super Bowl commercials from the past 10 years, which will vie for the number one spot. Viewers can go now to www.cbs.com/superbowl to watch them and vote for their favorite. The top three picks will be revealed during the show and, in a special live vote during the broadcast on www.cbs.com/superbowl, viewers will decide which commercial will take home the ultimate title.

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Use A Gift Card at Best Buy = Get Arrested

Still hanging on to those gift cards you got at Christmas? You might want to read this story first…unless you like getting arrested, handcuffed, taken downtown and searched.

On top of that, upon my exiting the police station finally after being released, ANOTHER young guy around my age was brought in from the very SAME Best Buy for THE EXACT SAME REASON - trying to make a purchase with a gift card, the only difference being that his gift cards were Master Cards.

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Wisdom | Andrew Zuckerman

This book and DVD have interviews with 50 global luminaries over the age of 65 who provide insight into what it means to love, work, and live in harmony. Inspired by the notion that the greatest gift one generation can give another is wisdom, the book and DVD relate the life experiences and knowledge gained by elder statesmen like Edward "Ted" Kennedy and Nelson Mandela, spiritual leaders like the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and entertainers such as Robert Redford and David Brubeck.

Bits of wisdom include Clint Eastwood's suggestion to, "Take your profession seriously; don't take yourself seriously," and Judi Dench's advice that, "The key to a good relationship is absolutely, undoubtedly: don't take the person for granted."

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Action Sports Wind Chaser Land Sailor

This is the three-wheeled craft that harnesses the wind's power for speeds up to 25 mph, enabling rank amateurs to sail effortlessly across any open, flat surface without the need for prior sailing experience.

The craft quickly breaks down into four 4' long bags that easily fit into a car's trunk for easy transport. The 35 1/2' sq. sail is made of Dacron--the same material used by nautical vessels--slips over the mast, attaching to the boom for quick, easy set up.

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Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Facebook Doppelganger Week Violates Terms of Service

That whole "Doppelganger Week" thing going around Facebook right now could actually be a violation of the site’s terms of service agreement. Don't be sad, it’s probably for the best anyway. Trust me, have you seen some of the celebrities your friends think they look like?

The catch is, putting up a celebrity photo on your Facebook profile may not actually be kosher. In the company's terms of service, it says: "You will not post content or take any action on Facebook that infringes or violates someone else's rights or otherwise violates the law...We can remove any content or information you post on Facebook if we believe that it violates this Statement." So unless you took that celebrity photo yourself or bought the rights to it, it may be in violation.

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Why 'Avatar' is Actually the 26th Biggest Movie

Yet one respect in which boxoffice reporting is pretty odd -- emphasizing ticket grosses yet rarely mentioning ticket sales. That would be like always reporting how many ad dollars sold off "Lost" and not mentioning the number of viewers that actually watched the show.

With everybody reporting how "Avatar" is The Biggest Movie of All Time based on grosses ($1.859 billion and counting), it's important to remember how rising ticket prices skew the returns.


Here's the Top 20 movies of all time ... by number of tickets sold:

1 "Gone With the Wind" (1939) 202,044,600
2 "Star Wars" (1977) 178,119,600
3 "The Sound of Music" (1965) 142,415,400
4 "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" (1982) 141,854,300
5 "The Ten Commandments" (1956) 131,000,000
6 "Titanic" (1997) 128,345,900
7 "Jaws" (1975) 128,078,800
8 "Doctor Zhivago" (1965) 124,135,500
9 "The Exorcist" (1973) 110,568,700
10 "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937) 109,000,000
11 "101 Dalmatians" (1961) 99,917,300
12 "The Empire Strikes Back" (1980) 98,180,600
13 "Ben-Hur" (1959) 98,000,000
14 "Return of the Jedi" (1983) 94,059,400
15 "The Sting" (1973) 89,142,900
16 "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981) 88,141,900
17 "Jurassic Park" (1993) 86,205,800
18 "The Graduate" (1967) 85,571,400
19 "Star Wars: Episode I" (1999) 84,825,800
20 "Fantasia" (1941) 83,043,500

"Avatar," despite topping the worldwide gross list, by and by, is only No. 26 on the ticket sales list with 76,421,000 sold ... at least, so far...

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All About EPUB, the iBookstore Standard

If you're considering an iPad for the e-reader functionality or just want more information about iBookstore and EPUB, Apple blog TUAW has you covered. EPUB is an open standard and can be read by other e-readers like the Nook and Sony's Reader.

It's a free and open standard format created by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF), and it's designed for reflowable content that can be optimized to whatever device is being used to read a book file. The IDPF has championed EPUB as a single format that can be used by publishers and conversion houses, as well as for distribution and sale of electronic books.

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Swiss Millionaire Hit by Record Speed Fine

A Swiss millionaire has been handed down a record speeding fine of $290,000 (£180,000) by a court. The man was reportedly caught driving a red Ferrari Testarossa at 137km/h (85mph) through a village.

The penalty was calculated based on the unnamed motorist's wealth - assessed by the court as $22.7m (£14.1m) - and because he was a repeat offender.


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Sheepteroids | MoPo Forum Arcade

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Suduko | MoPo Forum Arcade

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Self Filtering Stainless Steel Water Bottle

This is the only stainless steel water bottle with an integrated filter, providing better-tasting, filtered water anywhere. Meeting or exceeding EPA water filtration standards, the filter removes chlorine, silt, and other impurities that cause unpleasant tastes and odors in tap water.

The water bottle is made from non-leaching stainless steel that is free of BPA and other chemicals commonly found in plastic bottles. The filter uses adsorption, chemical bonding, and 1/500-millimeter perforations to remove 99.99% of microbes, and can even convert any freshwater source--a stream along a hiking trail or a pond in a foreign land--into potable water.

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Guinness World Record 112 Function Swiss Army Knife

This is the largest Swiss Army knife in the world, holder of the Guinness World Record for "The Most Multifunctional Penknife," with 87 precision-engineered tools spanning 112 functions.

Made by Wenger, crafters of genuine Swiss Army knives since 1893, it uses stainless steel for all parts and is hand-assembled by just two cutlery specialists in Delmont, Switzerland, ensuring that every knife meets exacting standards.

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10 mm Detachable Hexagonal Wrench Serrated-Edge Scissors and lever
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Spoke Key (3.3 mm and 3.5 mm) Marlin Spike
Extension Lever Needle
All Purpose Wrench Shoe Spike Wrench
Bit Holder Slip-Joint Pliers
Blade with blunt point Wire Crimper
Can Opener Inside and Outside Wire Cutters
Case Opener Nut Wrench
Chain Rivet Setter Small Blade
Cigar Cutter Small Blade 65mm
Club Face Cleaner Small Screwdriver
Combination Tool (screwdriver with safety lock system) Snap Hook
Can Opener Special Blade
Can Lifter Spot Light
Corkscrew Stroke Counter with 12 graduations
Curved Hexagonal Key Toothpick
Detachable Marker Tweezers
Fish Scaler Wood Saw
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Lineguide Flat Phillips Screwdriver
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Flat Screwdriver (3.5 mm with safety lock system)
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Wire Cutter
Nut Wrench

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Groundhog Day 2010 - Punxsutawney Phil

The legend of Groundhog Day is based on an old Scottish couplet: "If Candlemas Day is bright and clear, there'll be two winters in the year." Every February 2, people gather at Gobbler's Knob, a wooded knoll just outside of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Residents contend that the groundhog has never been wrong.

The ceremony in Punxsutawney was held in secret until 1966, and only Phil's prediction was revealed to the public. Since then, Phil's fearless forecast has been a national media event.

If Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, it means six more weeks of winter. If he does not see his shadow, it means spring is just around the corner. Approximately 90% of the time, Phil sees his shadow.


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Monday, February 01, 2010

Virtual Lite Brite: Old Fashioned Fun

Are you old enough to remember the Lite Brite picture making tool from Hasbro in the 1970’s? Well now you can recreate the fun of the Lite Brite with Hasbro’s Virtual Lite Brite, complete with rendered Lite Brite goodness.

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100 Quotes Every Geek Should Know

“Try not. Do, or do not. There is no try.” - Yoda, The Empire Strikes Back


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Great ideas. Average events. Small people

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The Origin of Om nom nom nom

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Free Software Downloads from Microsoft

When it comes to free software, the open-source community certainly has a monopoly on high-minded posturing and puffy rhetoric.

The only difficulty is finding the stuff : it's hidden here and there in and around Microsoft's sprawling website. We've played detective and tracked down the best free Microsoft apps.


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Autonomous Saucier - Automatic Sauce Stiring

This is the only device that automatically stirs sauces, leaving you free to prepare other parts of the meal. The device stands in a sauce on three stainless steel legs with silicone rubber feet and autonomously spins and revolves smoothly around the pan, mixing ingredients and infusing their flavors.

A spatula on one of the feet rests flush against the bottom of the pan and mixes bits of food that would otherwise stick and burn.

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16 Million Color LED Lamp

This lamp produces 16,777,216 different colors of accent light. The lamp's four LEDs (two red, one blue, and one green) generate 256 different hues, 256 levels of saturation, and 256 brightness settings.

The lamp produces up to 120 lumens, from an ambient glow to a bright beam of pure white light or any primary, secondary, or tertiary color. A color wheel on the wireless remote enables continuous, seamless scrolling through the color spectrum, and dual dimmer buttons provide smooth transitions between different levels of saturation and intensity of light.

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