Strato Cruiser airship concept by Tino Schaedler and Michael J Brown
Strato Cruiser airship concept by Tino Schaedler and Michael J Brown
Strato Cruiser is a concept for a “lifestyle zeppelin” developed by art director Tino Schaedler and Michael J Brown. The luxury helium-filled airship contains a gourmet restaurant, a spa, a swimming pool, a resident DJ and so on. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Everex Releases $199 PC for Wal-Mart
Everex Releases $199 PC for Wal-Mart
Everex has released a desktop PC through Wal-Mart that might set a new price floor for the computer industry -- $199. The machine is attracting attention not only because of its price, but also because of its use of the open-source Linux operating system and a truckload of free applications -- many of them from Google. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Erotic Car Seat Seduction Massager
Erotic Car Seat Seduction Massager
Ladies, are you getting bored on your way to work? Commute in various stages of ecstasy with this Erotic Car Seat Seduction Massager, letting four areas of your posterior know in no uncertain terms that there's a whole lot of shakin' going on.
Link goes to SFW story. Here is the nsfw seller of the "massager" picked by 2manyusernames 4 years ago
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 Woman Hides Her GPS Phone In Boyfriends Car To Stalk Him - Gets Ass Beat
Woman Hides Her GPS Phone In Boyfriends Car To Stalk Him - Gets Ass Beat
Loveland, CO - A thirty year old Colorado woman thought her boyfriend was cheating on her so she decided to hide a GPS enabled phone in the man’s car and later find where he had gone. picked by Techted 4 years ago
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 High-tech textiles pave the way for glowing garments
High-tech textiles pave the way for glowing garments
Researchers at The University of Manchester have developed high-tech battery-powered textile yarns that can be used to make clothing glow in the dark. The yarns have been developed by The William Lee Innovation Centre (WLIC), based in the University’s School of Materials – and have the potential to be incorporated into clothing worn by cyclists, joggers and pedestrians. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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About Plime
Plime is an editable wiki community where users can add and edit weird and interesting links. Users earn karma when other users vote on their actions. The more karma you have, the more power you have at Plime.

 Accused speeder to cops: My GPS proves your radar gun is wrong
Accused speeder to cops: My GPS proves your radar gun is wrong
GPS-based tracking devices don't just help you figure out where you are and where you're going, they might also help you avoid a speeding ticket. Shaun Malone of California is contesting a speeding ticket in that state by arguing that his GPS-based tracking system shows that the officer's radar gun was wrong. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Automotive Car Audio at 17,000 Watts
Automotive Car Audio at 17,000 Watts
This makes absolutely no sense to me, but then the person who has this wouldn't be able to hear me say it anyway. picked by larknet 4 years ago
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 Blu-ray Outsells HD-DVD In U.S. For First 9 Months
Blu-ray Outsells HD-DVD In U.S. For First 9 Months
Blu-ray DVD titles outsold rival HD-DVD titles by almost 2-to-1 in the first nine months of the year. picked by punthe 4 years ago
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 Above-sea ride sends inventor over the moon
Above-sea ride sends inventor over the moon
It's neither a plane nor a boat, but the latest invention of Nelson's very own Flying Dutchman has people fascinated. Hira resident Rudy Heeman, a mechanic who has spent the last 11 years building hovercraft in his spare time, has come up with a model that does more than skim the surface. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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  Cell phone message warns train gropers
Cell phone message warns train gropers
Did you just grope me? Shall we head to the police? That's the message women are flashing on their cell phones with a popular program designed to ward off wandering hands in Japan's congested commuter trains. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Top 10 digital instruments
Top 10 digital instruments
I never knew there was an electric bagpipe! picked by soulslasher6 4 years ago
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 Power your car with algae
Power your car with algae
If you think algae is just that green grime that dirties up your pool, think again: it’s also a surprisingly viable source for biofuel picked by wildminou 4 years ago
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 Bridgestone shows off ultrathin, full-color e-paper
Bridgestone shows off ultrathin, full-color e-paper
The outfit is busy showing off a new version that measures in at just 0.29-millimeters thick and is capable of displaying 4,096 colors on an eight-inch display. picked by Bornbad 4 years ago
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 is it tuesday ?
is it tuesday ?
if you want to be sure...
We might be also christmas ? picked by wildminou 4 years ago
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 Robots battle it out at Japanese Athletic Meet
Robots battle it out at Japanese Athletic Meet
Robots from about 30 firms took part in three-day event which began on Friday. They were pitted against each other in football matches and a variety of other contests. Also on display was "Karfe Lady" a humanoid robot from Japan's Nippon Engineering College. "She" was able to take on passers-by in games of "rock-paper-scissors". picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Incognito
Incognito
'Incognito' is a CD that allows you to browse, blog, email and chat in complete anonymity wherever you happen to be. Simply find a computer, insert the CD, boot from it and start working anonymously.

This is definitely a good thing to have while traveling. picked by 86Apex 4 years ago
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  Official: International hackers going after U.S. networks
Official: International hackers going after U.S. networks
Because it's easy for hackers to disguise where an attack originates, Brenner said, the best course of action is to tighten up one's own networks rather than to place blame.

*Brenner seems smart, obviously his days in government are numbered. picked by dollyllama 4 years ago
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 Users Can Now Control Second Life With Brain
Users Can Now Control Second Life With Brain
The Matrix is here. Users of Second Life can now have their brains directly wired into a computer system that lets them control the virtual world with only their minds. picked by fogowar 4 years ago
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  The Incredible Shrinking Radio
The Incredible Shrinking Radio
A new wireless radio receiver thousands of time slimmer than a human hair could lead to radios far smaller than those of today. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Make your own Error Message
Make your own Error Message
Generate Windows error messages to fool your friends! picked by Mango-fox 4 years ago
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 Get your Gutsy Gibbon here
Get your Gutsy Gibbon here
The 7th and much anticipated release of Ubuntu titled Gutsy Gibbon is now available.

As with most versions of Linux these days if you download it, you can try it out risk without making any changes to your system. So you've got nothing to lose. picked by pocksucket 4 years ago
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 U.S., British Militaries May Deploy Flying Saucers
U.S., British Militaries May Deploy Flying Saucers
It uses an aerodynamic principle known as the Coanda effect to take off vertically from any solid surface, can travel at 30 or 40 miles per hour over an open area and can move in any direction over a large area, and is difficult to knock out of the air. picked by DrNothing 4 years ago
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 Bye Bye Analog Tv
Bye Bye Analog Tv
Analog Tele is now being switched off across the UK, its all digital signals now! picked by davethefish 4 years ago
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 Petabyte - the future of computer storage space
Petabyte - the future of computer storage space
In the future, all computers will probably have hundreds of petabytes (1 million gigabytes)... And you thought the terabyte was big! picked by turtleface 4 years ago
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 1 gig storage. 20 years ago vs today
1 gig storage. 20 years ago vs today
An image I stumbles across, amazing how far we have come! picked by thecritters 4 years ago
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