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2,000-Year Old Computer Recreated In LEGO

Apple software engineer Andrew Carol (woman's first name for a last name FTW!) went and built a completely functional Antikythera Mechanism out of LEGO. What the hell's...
December 16, 2010

How To: Multiply Numbers By Doodling

Math was always my worst subject. I was a straight C- student. Is that why I got kicked out of the architecture program in college? Maybe. Or...
December 14, 2010

NEEDLE TO THE VEIN!: A LEGO Syringe

I hate needles. Needles and robots can both go jump into a volcano as far as I'm concerned. Preferably one that leads straight to hell. But NOT...
December 2, 2010

Use The Fonts, Luke: Star Wars Typography

Alternatively, "Luke, I am your fonter." God I hate myself for that. And, well, pretty much everything else I've ever done. Anyway, because some Geekologie Readers have...
November 18, 2010

Awesome: Millennium Falcon Window Decal

You've got to admit, for someone from Indiana that's pretty clever. Kidding! I don't actually have anything against Indiana. Now North Dakota -- God, don't even get...
November 2, 2010

Out Of This World!: Microscoped Insect Eggs

In photo: Julia heliconian butterfly egg, top, zebra longwing butterfly egg, bottom. In other impressive photographic news, these are insect eggs as photographed using a scanning electron...
September 2, 2010

Gaming With God: The Church Of Nintendo

This is the Church of Nintendo. Except not really because it's the Church of St. George in Lalibela, Ethiopia. The D-pad portion of the church and select...
August 12, 2010

These Tubes Are Old!: Vintage Website Ads

This is one in a series of vintage ads for current websites as imagined by Brazilian advertising agency Moma. Mmmm, I can almost smell the old magazines....
August 6, 2010