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  • March 22, 2012
    This is a small series of ultra-minimal (the opposite of these) Ninja Turtle prints by Geekologie Reader/artist Kevin. Each print (there's three -- the turtles, the good guys -- that's April O'Neil's cleavage, and the bad guys) is available in sizes up to 28" x 34" as well as ... / Continue →
  • July 18, 2011
    This is the world's first carabiner key. It's a key that's also a teensy carabiner. How can they even make parts that small? Beats me, but you could ask God the same thing about your pecker! HAHA -- BURN, Needlepeen! No word on cost, but they are a real product you can ord... / Continue →
  • November 27, 2009
    The SWITCH Screwdriver has a handle that can transform (and rotate out!) from a standard handle to one that's perpendicular to the shaft for EXTRA TORQUE and EXTREME SCREWING! SUNDAY! SUNDAY SUNDAY! But truthful, I only posted this because one of the inventors' names is Wang ... / Continue →
  • October 20, 2008
    Chinese company HiVision claims to be manufacturing a $98 laptop. What do you get for two dollars less than a hundred? The specs are admittedly minimal: an ancient 400MHz CPU, 64MB or 128MB of RAM, a 7-inch LCD, and a 1GB flash drive for storage. Wi-Fi is built-in, and the ma... / Continue →
  • March 14, 2008
    This cute little wind-up robot dances better than I do and costs about $10.50. You just wind him up and away he goes, breaking it down with moves that make me jealous. How could he not brighten up your mood? I think it's just the thing I need to add some flair to my cubicle ... / Continue →