Starting the show off with some cool do-it-yourselfer sorta projects:
The Silicon Graphics Refrigerator Project
(or: How To Turn a $175.000 High-End SGI Challenge DM Server into a Fridge).
Next up, mdaughtrey
built a Mechanical Hit Counter
sent us a link to an in-dash Atari 2600
. Even coolor is that the dash its in is attached to a 1978 volkswagon ;)
rednax sent us a review of a kit for adding neon to your PC
. If you're not skilled enough to hack how it works, at least you can pretend you're cool and hack how it looks!
Nothing is more dangerous then
's link to a story about
a sculpture in england that that worries people
since the heat it generates cook fry
a bird mid-air. Oh, and I lied: even more dangerous then art is
's link to making pet ball-lightning
your microwave, duh.
If you've got some spare time,
submitted something that we've been seeing more of, email games. This one is battlemail
, which apparently is glorified addictive paper rock scissors.
f you were an Anime
character, here's some helpful hints to keep in mind
Hieronymus Coward sent us a bit about The Drew Carrey Show featuring a 2 minute segment based on the sims
. I wonder if they will use the vibromatic bed, actually the next expansion comes out soon (today?) so I probably am gonna have
to resurrect my neighborhood sometime soon.
Dipfan sent in a story about Coke wanting to put soda fountain style
coke in every house
right next to the water dispenser.
Got Carbonated Milk?
Finally for a little random product plugging,
Rustin H. Wright
found a place selling penguin crossing signs
anotherone noted that you can use Google in full swedish bork bork chef glory