Artist David Bayo demonstrates his painstaking process, as he creates a beautifully shaded portrait using his Rotring Rapidograph pen to place a seemingly endless flow of tiny dots. We’re not sure he actually counted to a million, but it’s amazing nonetheless.
George Harrison's estate does not approve of Trump's message. Ivanka Trump took the stage at the Republican National Convention to the tune of the Beatles' Abbey Road classic, "Here Comes the Sun," which was penned by Harrison. Harrison's estate then tweeted that the use of the music was "unauthorized," "offensive," and ... More »
The Renegade is a very clever 3D printing pen that uses recyclable plastic from bags and bottles to create inexpensive, readily available filament for creative projects. Developed by British 3D engineer Daniel Edwards, the pen mades it very to recycle and create at the same time. At present, Edwards is currently raising funds through Kickstarter […]
The speechwriter who says she penned the plagiarized words used by Melania Trump in her RNC address offered to resign.
We need modern tools for a modern age, minions. That's why I'm proposing we throw out the passé Rorschach ink blot test for psychological evaluation... and use cakes instead. "SO... [clicking pen, pushing up glasses, consulting clipboard]... "Tell...Show More Summary
Japanese tech company AgIC shows off its conductive ink pen in the best way possible, by using it to draw and complete circuits that bring a tiny, magical city to life. Grab the pen, eraser, and paper on Amazon for yourself.
The Japanese startup AgIC has created a remarkable marker that uses an electricity conducting ink that lets users to hand draw working and connecting circuits for illuminated designs such as decorations, books or plans. ?Lighting Poster “Yagasuri” ? Lighting Poster made of traditional Japanese pattern ”Yagasuri” pic.twitter.com/f5exwFwmMT — AgIC Inc. Show More Summary
Last month, someone sent me this link and asked if Brandon Wayne was legit. He penned this article in which he used his military career to boost his creds to condemn the ownership of AR-style rifles – a rifle that he admits that he owns. My weapons training began in college while in Army ROTC. […]
Simon Tofield thinks it’ll be a hoot to play with his cat using a laser pen. Since this is Simon’s Cat, you know it won’t turn out like he planned. (YouTube link) Always remember that when a cat tries to catch the red dot, no one is going to stand in his way. Nothign will distract him. And no one can stop him. -via Laughing Squid
When was the last time you wrote someone a note or letter using a pen or a pencil? Can you even remember?
Matt Turck has penned a “State Of The City” post about where the NYC tech ecosystem is right now. I get asked this question all the time and I haven’t been doing a great job of answering it. I will use some of Matt’s work the next time that happens. Here’s some of my favorite […]
This captivating pen made by Tokyo-based startup AgIC conducts electricity as a person draws lines. Using a silver conductive ink, the magic pen serves as an incredible tool for paper circuits projects. Watch with wonder as the electric marker brings a tiny 3D miniature paper town to life. AgiC's pen set can be bought on Amazon for about $26.00. + AgIC Via New York Post [...]
3D-printing pens change plastic filaments into a gel that hardens when it hits the air, allowing users to create sculptures freehand. A new company thinks that using all that plastic is expensive and wasteful, and is aiming to create a new kind of 3D pen that does its thing using old plastic bottles, bags and even folders. Show More Summary
Yeeeah! Jennifer Aniston used the powers of the pen when she wrote a scathing blog post for the Huffington Post to slam pregnancy rumors and to attack the tabloids for body shaming women on a daily basis.
YouTuber DaveHax shows a simple way to use the ink from several markers to create a single marker which can gradually fade between the colors of the rainbow. Neat idea, but we wonder if the nib will eventually become a muddy grey me...
Japan has once again outdone itself: this time, Japanese scientists have come up with a high tech pen that uses ink to produce electricity.
The wonders of technology never cease to amaze us! This ad released by Japanese infrastructure company Kandenko features a pen from Japanese startup AgIC, containing ink that can conduct electricity. As the pen traces along line drawings of houses, buildings and infrastructures on paper, the bulbs light up once the ink connects the circuits. Show More Summary
Trump, the tiny fingered, Cheeto-faced, ferret wearing shitgibbon, attended an Ivy League school. Yes, I know, this is completely shocking news. But it is true. Odd, because I don't know many attendees of top schools who use words like...Show More Summary
Hacks World demonstrates how to easily open a locked suitcase without a key by using a ballpoint pen. Whether you’ve lost the key to your own suitcase and need to get it open in a hurry or you’re trying to plant some contraband in your dodgy roommate’s bag, in this video you will see have […]
A Superior Court in California has just penned off on a settlement that requires Christian Mingle to accommodate LGBT singles who use the site. Now, people visiting ChristianMingle.com aren't restricted to searching for a partner of the opposite sex; they can now search for same-sex matches. This will surely not......