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  • March 14, 2012
    After 244 years, Encyclopedia Britannica is ceasing print production of their iconic multi-volume books of knowledge, citing "Wikipedia" and "this cursed internet fad." The company, which released an updated version every two years, says the 2010 edition will be the last. It... / Continue →
  • February 9, 2011
    Tetris Link is a board game (if you can call it that) coming out later this year that combines everybody's two favorite things: the name Tetris, and the game Connect Four. The object is to get three of your pieces touching (think a really blocky ménage à trois), which will s... / Continue →
  • October 13, 2010
    The Conversacube is a make-believe product that prevents stagnant conversation on a date by providing constant suggestions of things to say to the troll your mom set you up with. "Your eyes, they're just so....far apart." Lauren McCarthy's idea seems harmless enough - a gadge... / Continue →
  • May 12, 2010
    Analog Tetris is just like the digital version except not as fun. Or portable. Plus lines don't disappear at the bottom when you fill them. It probably shouldn't even be called Tetris. Video games are present in our lives for diversion, just like TV and computer games. But ... / Continue →
  • January 19, 2010
    Because music is dead and so are the guinea pigs I had as a child, here's a little demo of the Misa Digital Guitar. No, not Miso. That's a Japanese seasoning, silly! And, not to flex my tubular internet muscles or anything, but I can eat a ball of wasabi the size of a large ... / Continue →