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  • May 6, 2016
    This is a compilation video of cats being confused by DVD players. I had no idea filming your cat being confused by a DVD player was such a popular thing. "This is the internet." Right you are. I love how every cat's reaction is to slap the DVD tray. When confused, slap it... / Continue →
  • February 3, 2016
    This is the homemade crawling robot that Redditor gjjones125 made out of an old DVD drive, an Arduino Uno, and a Popsicle stick. The robot, which was posted to the subreddit Shitty Robots (which they all are), extends its disc platter, then lowers its Popsicle stick foot, whic... / Continue →
  • May 21, 2013
    This is a DVD with a special heat-activated label on top that changes from black to a photo of a pizza and smells like a pizza when heated up in your DVD player. When heated up in a toaster oven? It smells even better. In partnership with 10 local video rental stores, Domino'... / Continue →
  • March 28, 2012
    Inb4 how do they work? These are magnetic disk mounts that allow you to stick CD's/DVD's/video games to any magnetic surface. Of course, with a little ingenuity you could probably slap a bit of sticky tape on the back and stick them to ANY surface. Then maybe your roommate w... / Continue →
  • October 25, 2011
    Because Netflix has been making virtually every business decision recently based on which option would be best to alienate their customer base, the movie-renting/streaming giant successfully announced the loss of 800,000 of their popcorn-crumbed consumers this quarter, sending th... / Continue →
  • October 10, 2011
    So Netflix has decided to bail on the idea of splitting the company into two separate streaming and DVD-by-mail entities. Why? I assume because they've finally committed to making smarter business decisions. LOLOL! Ooooor the Magic 8 Ball they've been using to run the compa... / Continue →
  • April 7, 2010
    Haha, what do you mean there are other genres? I'll believe it when I see it. How Every Video Store Should Organize Their Movies [albotas]... / Continue →
  • February 25, 2010
    Larger, legible version of the poster HERE. Ever since its infancy, piracy has always been awesome. There's treasure, tropical locales, wenches, weapons, cool costumes -- all that good stuff. Plus, NO ANNOYING UNSKIPPABLE DVD SCENES. Suck it, the man. YAAAAARR!! -- CAPTAIN... / Continue →
  • February 3, 2010
    Because Japan never ceases to amaze me, 'Crying Girls' is a soon-to-be-released DVD of, well, girls crying. Because some people are into that. And those people should be put on a watch list. It may not be The Crying Game but "Crying Girl" (Nakigao, in Japanese) from Amuse So... / Continue →
  • November 18, 2009
    Remember how you heard J.J. Abrams snuck R2-D2 somewhere in the new Star Trek movie? And remember how you kept going back to the theater with the hopes of spotting him? God, you need a hobby. I dunno, World of Warcraft or something. Anyway, thanks to the recent release of th... / Continue →
  • June 19, 2009
    These 6" x 12" x 7.5" hand painted Trash Compactor Bookends are available for pre-order (shipping April 2010) from the Star Wars Store for $190. And for those of you that don't do math good, that's almost $100 per side. And speaking of sides, seriously, you have to choose one... / Continue →
  • May 26, 2009
    This is a sneak preview of the 3rd generation Kindle robot book. It's pretty much exactly what I expect to see Amazon roll out next year. And speaking of rolling out -- transform! I said transform! *touching breast* Stupid mannequin. The Kindle 3 [collegehumor] Thanks t... / Continue →
  • March 31, 2009
    Yesterday Netflix announced its new cost structure for adding Blu-ray access to you account, just in case you were wondering. Basically, it costs $1 more than the number of discs you can have out at one time (if you're on the 3-at-a-time plan, adding Blu-ray costs $4 a month, ... / Continue →
  • December 29, 2008
    Yep, somehow this WeeP5 is actually a fully functional Wiimote. Alternatively, a great way to miss a flight. In case you're wondering: B button is the trigger, A button is under the foregrip, 1 and 2 are on opposite sides near the front, the D-pad and Wii remote are jutting o... / Continue →
  • December 27, 2007
    The DVD Coach is a stand-alone CD/DVD duplicator that needs no computer in order to function. It burns at 8x for DVDs and 16x for CDs (half that for RW). Not bad for the budding little DVD pirate. It has Lightscribe functionality, but must be connected to a PC for the graphics ... / Continue →
  • December 11, 2007
    The M++CARD is no ordinary business card. No sir, this thing has memory storage on the back, allowing a potential employer to attach a USB adapter and peruse all the information (resume, portfolio, etc.) stored on the little bastard. They're definitely slicker than the portfo... / Continue →
  • October 15, 2007
    The Ceramic Remote Control, from designer Yuta Watanabe, is, you guessed it -- fragile! The idea is that since you can't just throw it down on the floor or table with gusto, that it will never get lost. You'll always set it down somewhere safe and easy to find. Interesting c... / Continue →
  • September 25, 2007
    Huge flatscreens are okay for watching movies and all, but who needs a movie when you can have slowly rotating colors? For $25 you can pick up the Color Light DVD from Charles & Marie, and then drive off a cliff for being stupid. This DVD softly rotates through a series of ... / Continue →
  • August 10, 2007
    I assume you remember being glued to the computer waiting for a new episode of Game Room to drop, because I know I was. I can't believe that was eight years ago - where has all the time gone (besides to a handful of fruitless marriages)? Regardless, the show was a piece of awes... / Continue →