Review: Art of Atari

As a child, I owned a Colecovision, but my first exposure to video game consoles was through the Atari 2600. I have many fond memories of going to department stores …

 
Review: DripJoy Coffee Brewer

Coffee can elicit an almost religious zeal depending upon who you ask. Me? I drink instant coffee (don’t judge). Usually I’m reaching for a brew of Mount Hagen or Kava …

 
Microsoft is the New Apple

A funny thing happened within the span of 24 hours: Microsoft out “Apple’d” Apple. For the first time in well, forever – I’m now seriously lusting after a Windows machine …

 
Review: Image Vectorizer

A few years ago, I raved about a program for the Mac called CocoaPoTrace. It was a one trick pony for converting raster based images to vector format. It was …

 
Review: TaoTronics GPS Mount

I’ll start off this review by stating that my venerable Kenu Airframe broke after three years of daily use. When I’m driving, my iPhone is my navigation system. Since the …

 
Indy’s Back

Animator Patrick Schoenmaker does a sterling job of bringing Indiana Jones back, in the form of a beautifully animated clip. I, for one, would love to see a theatrical release …

 
Review: AtomicX Headphones

Cables. Alas, they’re a necessary evil in our world. And cables can be a real drag, especially when it comes to headphones. I hate ‘em. On more than one occasion, …

 
Making LEGO Flexible with Flexo

A whole new way of building is about to be unleashed thanks to the enterprising efforts of a small New Zealand company. Flexo is a bendable, bouncy, flexible set of …

 
Domino Fever

Rube Goldberg machines and dominos are a match made in heaven. Here are a few amazing domino videos that really blew my mind. The amount of time, planning and level …

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