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  • August 22, 2012
    Picture related: an original portrait of Link made from torn up Nintendo Power magazines by artist Chris Lange that I won in a contest. Nintendo Power magazine, the monthly publication that was at one time (the 90s') the latest and greatest source for Nintendo news and tips, ... / Continue →
  • January 24, 2012
    This is a gallery of well-shopped men's magazine covers featuring Disney princes from artist Petite Tiaras (previously: princesses as fashion magazine models). Although they're not ALL men's magazines because there's a TIME and National Geographic at the end. Do men even buy ... / 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 →
  • July 20, 2010
    Seen here looking a little spacy herself, this is a news report by Adrianna Iwasinkski regarding the dangers of digital drugs leading teens down the slippery slope to analog drugs and, eventually, to turning tricks in the mall parking lot to get their next fix (been there done ... / Continue →
  • June 11, 2010
    Stationary that looks like email icons: I swear, what will they think of next? And don't say, "stationary that looks like Microsoft Office icons" or I'll probably shit myself and die. Designed by Brigada Creativa, this collection of stationary is sure to confuse any recipient... / 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 →
  • May 20, 2009
    Hell yeah I am too. The Clock Clock tells time using a digital-looking display made up of 24 smaller, analog clocks. It is a pretty neat idea and is best viewed from far away otherwise you might burn your retinas out or go crazy like that guy in that movie that was all like A... / Continue →
  • January 9, 2009
    President-elect Barack Obama requested Congress extend the analog television cut-off date because inadequate funding and flaws in the converter box program. You know, because a bunch of people are stupid. And dumb. Mad dumb. John Podesta, co-chair of the Obama-Biden transit... / Continue →
  • July 17, 2008
    In a departure from their typically cryptic watches, Tokyoflash has just dropped a line of easier to read analog models from Nekura. That's three of the them there, but there are five in total, so hit the jump for high-res pictures of all of them. Each sells for $85, has an e... / Continue →
  • June 17, 2008
    Tired of co-workers *ahem, Superficial Writer, Iwatchstuff Writer* borrowing your analog writing instruments, only to never see them again? Well the Borrow My Pen? set ($7) aims to alleviate the problem of pen theft. Each features a fictional place of business along with a ca... / Continue →
  • May 2, 2008
    In this day of Garmin, TomTom, and Magellan GPS navigation systems, it's good to see an analog alternative to the digital market. And here it is, the Paper GPS system. As you can see it's a pad of paper that has little arrows to circle and boxes to write directions and mileag... / Continue →
  • April 28, 2008
    Sure I could make beats with a drum synthesizer on the computer, but honestly, that's a little too digital for my tastes. Now I know what you're thinking: short of actually playing the drums, how can I get around this obstacle? Simple -- you make little robotic drums out of c... / Continue →
  • April 11, 2008
    The Di Grisogono Meccanica DG watch looks digital, but is purely analog. Only 177 are being made, and each contains over 651 parts. The mechanically operated digital display of the second timezone shows tens of hours, single hours, tens of minutes and single minutes, al... / Continue →
  • January 22, 2008
    I touched on this packing tape back in October, but now SUCK UK is selling the stuff, in both traditional LCD and Pixel varieties. A mini roll will set you back £5 (~$9.80) and the big ones go for £7.50 (~$14.70), which is pretty freaking expensive for some damn tape. Still... / Continue →
  • December 13, 2007
    The Mobile Notetaker attaches to the top of any pad of paper and digitizes your notes for download to a computer later (and translated to editable text). It can store up to 50 standard pages of notes or doodles, and costs $170. It's aimed at solving the same problem of analog... / Continue →
  • December 5, 2007
    I rarely send analog letters anymore because it's too damn time consuming and my handwriting looks the same as it did when I was three. :-( Which isn't legible at all. :-D But if I did need to send something handwritten, maybe like a "Dear Jane" letter :'-( I'd certainly need... / Continue →
  • November 19, 2007
    Kindle, Amazon's ebook reader dropped today for $400. Over 90,000 titles are already available for the device, and each is less than $10. You can also get subscriptions to major newspapers, magazines, etc. for a monthly fee. "The unit is not Wi-Fi compatible. Instead, it's on i... / Continue →
  • October 16, 2007
    Well apparently the analog version of the Rubik's cube just wasn't enough for the greedy company (it only sold a paltry 300 million units), so here comes the Rubik's Revolution! No really, that's what it's called. The segments don't move at all anymore, instead you can play 6... / Continue →
  • September 20, 2007
    Designer Jean Pierre Lepine (like pen!) has developed the Free Ride Pen. It is an expensive ass writing instrument that reminds me of the thing aliens ram in my exit hole whenever they pick me up for studies. It costs $175. The Free Ride is designed to be different, ergono... / Continue →
  • September 18, 2007
    This talking photo album, from Vat19, uh, talks. You can record a 10 second statement for each of the 24 photos in the album and then listen to them while you're reliving the memories. It costs $20, and isn't that bad of an idea if you plan on dying. I'm getting one to set ... / Continue →