Nothing was the same as that last album.
Maybe the cake decorator should have stopped after “We can’t spell s-cces” or even after “We can’t spell.” The misspelling draws attention away from the unnecessary quote marks (the beginning quote is hard to see). And how they made “without” into two words. Show More Summary
So for a moment, let's say video games are real. Just pretend for a sec, dammit. What would happen if old school, pixel games somehow met up and clashed with the new school, realistic looking games? In my head, I imagine it would be an epic match up of mayhem, with pixels breaking off and polygonal blood splashing everywhere. Show More Summary
These Disney Haunted Mansion wallpaper leggings are a limited edition, and sell for $80. (Thanks, Alice!)
Today the Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders is marveling at one of the tiniest cameras we’ve ever seen. Ryan Howerter, a graphic design student at Colorado State University, created a functional pinhole camera using a single 2x2 stud LEGO brick. Show More Summary
(Photo: Cameron Spencer) This is Tamarama Beach in Sydney, Australia, where it must be hot enough to fry an egg on the sand--if you have the right equipment. Andrew Hankin has provided it by building this enormous sculpture that looks like a frying pan lodged in the sand. Show More Summary
Before we had the many tools of forensic science we employ in crime investigation today, it was easier to get away with murder. At the same time, it was easier to be convicted of a crime you didn’t commit. Over the years, but by bit, scientific ways of determining what happened were developed, and each are tied with its “first use” case. Show More Summary
Leigh Alexander, Gamasutra's Editor at Large, has been facing a lot of the same stuff most women in games culture have faced as of late—which is why it's awesome to see her get up on stage at XOXO Festival and talk about games writing and culture. And if you haven't seen Anita Sarkeesian's speech from XOXOFest, you should probably go and watch that too.
What happens in Europe apparently does not stay in Europe...
Party God! by BeastPop Giant floating wolf heads don't come much cooler, or fun to party with, than the original party animal himself- the Party God! Everyone knows the Party God brings the bash with him wherever he goes, but sometimes he takes his need to keep the party going too far, and the fiesta soon turns in to a fight for survival. Show More Summary
Blueberry | Image: SeattleFlyerGuyThe companies responsible for the manufacture of most popular food products work to keep their lines interesting to consumers by creating new versions of old standbys. For example, in the United States, Lays has been heavily advertising several newer flavors of their chips, all released at the same time. Show More Summary
Natalie Luder's "Fou Lard" silk scarf (a play on words; "scarf" in French is "foulard," while "fou lard" means "insane bacon") is digitally printed with photorealistic baconry, for a delicious, drapey accessory that's as lovely as it is treyfe. Fou Lard (via Neatorama)
"8 Is Great," lol.
Have Kenyan authorities released papers confirming President Barack Obama's birth in that country?
An episode focused around the bender kids, you say? Oh man, I dunno this could get lame quick. watches episode Crying? I don't know what you're talking about, it's just raining on my face.
These awesome anthropomorphized terrariums were created by Milan-based designer Matteo Cibic. They’re part of a series called Domsai, which features both terrariums, candleholders and electric lights, all standing on their own two legs topped with protective glass domes. Show More Summary
(YouTube link) The migration of mullet takes place every year off the east coast of Florida. The small fish are like a buffet for big fish, so look out for tarpon, jacks, sharks, snook, and other big fish to step up to the table. I would presume that quite a few fish are left behind on the beach, which will be nice and fragrant by the next day. -via Daily Picks and Flicks
Occupied! I cannot imagine when a skill like this would become necessary—and I really, really hope that I never find out—but it does bring me some level of comfort knowing that the brave men and women serving this country can deployShow More Summary
The Ministry of Sasha Fierce Walks. Benedict Cumberbatch was a guest on BBC's The Graham Norton Show last night, which is another way of saying "Benedict Cumberbatch was publicly humiliated on British television last night." However,...Show More Summary
Louis Vuitton has just added some serious pop to its signature luggage line. When the fashion house asked six celebrity collaborators to help celebrate its iconic brown-and-gold monogram print, "heavyweight designer" Karl Lagerfeld got feisty, said Brooke Bobb at The New York Times. Show More Summary