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Good day, bad day: April 12, 2012

3 years agoNews : Newsweek: World

GOOD DAY FOR: Small businessA Los Angeles pinball shop donates one of its machines to Caine's Arcade, a local 9-year-old's "meticulously crafted" cardboard arcade. [The Daily What] Multi-taskersA new study sponsored by the Swedish government claims that banning texting while driving would not decrease the risk of car crashes. [Gawker]Saving the whalesA new iPad and iPhone app uses GPS to tell mariners where endangered whales are located to help prevent whale-ship collisions.
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Geek Media Round-Up: April 16, 2012

Genres / Sci Fi : Grasping for the Wind (3 years ago)

Art 148-foot sandworm on the beach Caine’s Arcade is a heartwarming film short about Caine, an enterprising 9-year old boy who made an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto parts shop in East Los Angeles. Check out t...

Ezra's cardboard pinball machine

Humor : Boing Boing (3 years ago)

[Video Link] Young Ezra saw Nirvan Mullick's Caine's Arcade video and was inspired to make this neat cardboard pinball machine, using Makedo cardboard fasteners. Ezra's cardboard pinball machine

Caine’s Arcade, A Wonderful & Inspiring Film About A Boy Who Runs His Own Cardboard Arcade

Humor : Laughing Squid (3 years ago)

Caine’s Arcade is a heartwarming film short about Caine, an enterprising 9-year old boy who made an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad’s used auto parts shop in East Los Angeles. The magic really happens when the arcade’s fir...

Caine’s Arcade, Chapter 2: Take Caine’s Global Cardboard Challenge

Humor : Laughing Squid (3 years ago)

In April 2012, 9-year old Caine inspired the world with his elaborate cardboard arcade that he created in his dad’s auto parts shop. Filmmaker Nirvan Mullick told Caine’s heartwarming story in the short film, Caine’s Arcade. Now, Mu...

Local Pinball Shop Gives Cardboard Arcade Kid Free Vintage Pinball Machine [Feel Good Story]

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker (3 years ago)

It's the heartwarming story that just keeps heating: 9-year-old cardboard arcade owner Caine Monroy, who was the subject of a recent Facebook cashmob organized by filmmaker Nirvan Mullick, was invited to visit the non-cardboard LA-b...

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