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  • November 29, 2010
    Looking for that perfect gift idea for the Back to the Future fan in your life? How about a 1/18 stainless steel scale model of the DeLorean time machine with a 500GB hard drive stuffed up its trunk? "YES, THAT'S PERFECT!" How about $250? "Hell no, I don't love anybody that... / Continue →
  • May 23, 2009
    This is a USB drive that looks like a spoonful of cereal. And, just like Mary Poppins would say, "a spoonful of cereal helps the....WHY ARE THERE GRAPE NUTS IN MY LAPTOP, YOU LITTLE BITCHES?!?" Hit the jump to see a video of the cereal in action.... / Continue →
  • May 19, 2009
    What do you buy for the man who has nothing? While you ponder that nugget of vast intellectuality, I'll tell you about this 2GB Transformer memory stick (which is way better than these ones). Probably the awesomest USB drive I've seen in forever, the unit transforms from a no... / Continue →
  • March 3, 2009
    These flash drives are real products from meninos that look like tampons and come in several sizes so you get just the right fit for your particular data flow. Having a light day? Go with 1GB. Flowing like you've been shot? That's a 16GB day. Available soon, the drives wil... / Continue →
  • January 7, 2009
    Remember the last time I announced a casting call for a show? Did any of you actually apply? Is 'Super Testing' on the air? Has it started yet? I have no idea, I only watch educational programming. Sexeducational programming. HIYO! Porn basically. Anyway, here's the cha... / Continue →
  • November 20, 2008
    A Google cartographer, weary from driving around in the Street View van all day, decided that, instead of actually mapping streets, he'd swing by Del Taco and pick up some tortilla wrapped deliciousness. Can you blame him? No. But you can blame the tacos -- they're yummy! ... / Continue →
  • July 31, 2008
    The USB Nail is the first product from a company called plankton and is a 2GB flash drive shaped like a giant nail. It costs about $46 and is sure to get a rise out of the IT department. You know, because they won't believe you paid fifty bucks for a giant nail drive. You've... / Continue →