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    Ceramic Half Teapot
    Gear  |  Design  
    Cool teapot! Tea For One, ceramic teapot by Droog. It basically looks like a teapot that was cut in half, the Tea for One teapot retails for $75.
    "Tea for One is a space-saving personal teapot designed by Richard Hutton for Droog Lab. The minimalist design is made entirely of white porcelain and is cut in half so that it stands on a broad, balanced base"
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    Gear  |  Projects  
    DesignSpark sent a Superman action figure to the edge of space and back for Mattel Toys Italy. This video shows the launch.
    Planetary Glass Set
    Gear  |  Other  
    Planetary Drinking Glass Set from thinkgeek. It’s a set of 10 glasses, each made to look like a planet.
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    Gear  |  Film  
    'The New York Project' is a short time-lapse video by Pavel Tenyakov.
    Gear  |  Video  
    In a cold, dark dog shelter, a young beagle is waiting for the right one to take him home. Time passes by and the beagle is getting desperate. Until one day, when hope finally shines upon him. He has to do everything he can to leave the place.
    Gear  |  Video  
    By Andrew Huang.
    "This is my reworking of the Beatles' awesome cosmic ballad "Across the Universe" which, apart from my singing, was created entirely with sounds from the Rosetta space probe's recording of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko."
    Gear  |  Video  
    "After sex with a robot, there’s no going back."
    Giant Ice Cream Scoop
    Gear  |  Tools  
    If you’re only allowed one scoop of your favorite ice cream, this should be the scoop to use. The scooper is made from fine brass and chrome, with the scooper itself being a 4-inch diameter bowl forged from high-quality stainless steel. The Giant Ice Cream scoop is available from Hammacher Schlemmer for $59.95.
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    How to Make Toasted Marshmallow Shot Glasses
    Gear  |  DIY  


    Cheri Alberts of The Watering Mouth shows us  this tutorial on how to make shot glasses using just marshmallows. Basically you just toast those sugary poofs, they’ll hollow out in the process. Then just fill that mess up with some hooch, make a toast to your favorite president dead or alive, and down the hatch.
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    Magnetic Driftwood Boards
    Gear  |  Other  
    Drift, a  series of magnetic driftwood boards that were found washed up on shores around the world.  German-based Hejmonti has collected the boards, planks, poles and dunnage bars, and each driftwood plank is photographed where found. And it will be equipped with powerful magnets, transforming it into a magnetic board, so the tools, knives, keys, or whatever else magically stick to the wood.
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    Gear  |  Film  
    The Shawshank Redemption - Trailer - (1994)
    Ki Gompa
    Gear  |  Pic  
    big pic!
    "This picture was taken when I visited the Buddhist Monastery of Ki. Ki is a tiny village in the middle of the Himalayas, and next to it is Ki Gompa (Ki Monastery). I lived with the monks for about a week, and this picture reflects the peaceful, almost heavenly atmosphere that characterizes this place. The Monastery is almost 4,000 meters high, and I had to climb almost 500 meters more to get this panorama. This place is a touch of heaven. (Photo and caption by Natalia Luzuriaga)"
    Gear  |  DIY  
    The paper craft was designed by John Collins. In February 2012, John Collins, a.k.a The Paper Airplane Guys, broke the all-time distance record for paper airplane flight by throwing his airplane at a total distance of 226 feet and 10 inches.
    Collins' new book, The New World Champion Paper Airplane Book: Featuring the World Record-Breaking Design, with Tear-Out Planes to Fold and Fly:
    Paper airplanes embody the scientific method. Every throw is an experiment. It's a hobby that begs the paper pilot to understand ever more in order to excel. Hypothesis, experiment design, trial, and results—it's all built into every plane and every throw. To play with a paper airplane is to dabble in science, whether you know it or not.
    We have a number of global issues confronting us. Global energy shortages, food shortages, water shortages, and something people are calling global warming are all worrisome. These problems will have answers that only science can provide. We have no spare brains on the planet. We need everyone thinking about these challenges in a rigorous way.
    Imagine this: a world of people playing with science, who get up every morning, focus on what's good, and imagine how to make more of that. You can call me a dreamer. I don't mind. You don't have to believe a word of what I say. Just make a paper airplane and experience how exhilarating that feels. We're born makers. When you make something, anything from a pie to a pencil drawing, it's like waking a dormant part of you. The world shifts slightly. You can feel it, and it feels good.
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    This is a beautiful time-lapse video of star trails and Rock Trails Collide at Arizona's legendary WAVE.
    Indiana Jones Melting Nazi Face Candle
    Gear  |  Other  
    This is the $32 Melting Toht Candle available from Firebox. As it burns, it looks more and more like brutal Gestapo agent Arnold Ernst Toht as his face melts off at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark, when the Nazis open the Ark of the Covenant and suffer the wrath of God. After more watch the scene from the movie.
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    A company called Outernet launched the Lantern, a satellite receiver for Outernet.
    "Lantern continuously receives radio waves broadcast by Outernet from space. Lantern turns the signal into digital files, like webpages, news articles, ebooks, videos, and music. Lantern can receive and store any type of digital file on its internal drive. To view the content stored in Lantern, turn on the Wi-Fi hotspot and connect to Lantern with any Wi-Fi enabled device. All you need is a browser.
    ...Free data forever. Initially, Lantern will receive about 2 MB/day, though we will increase this number in the future. Depending on the success of this campaign, we could stream data at up to 100 MB/day. And you will never have to pay for data, ever. "
    Lantern also has internal storage so you can view content even when you’re offline and solar panels to charge its battery if there’s no outlet nearby. Pledge at least $99 (USD) on Indiegogo to get a Lantern.
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    Gear  |  Film  
    "In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection sound profile we talk with Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer Richard King about the sound teams extensive work on Director Christopher Nolan's immersive sci-fi film Interstellar."
    Gear  |  Film  
    Marvel has just released  this outtake from Guardians of the Galaxy in which Ronan accepts Star-Lord's challenge to a dance-off.
    Gear  |  Video  
    Kiwi tastes a golden nugget. It's delicious.
    Gear  |  Projects  
    Lunar Mission One is an private crowdfunded mission to "send an unmanned robotic landing module to the South Pole of the Moon – an area unexplored by previous missions."
    "We’re going to use pioneering technology to drill down to a depth of at least 20m – 10 times deeper than has ever been drilled before – and potentially as deep as 100m. By doing this, we will access lunar rock dating back up to 4.5 billion years to discover the geological composition of the Moon, the ancient relationship it shares with our planet and the effects of asteroid bombardment. Ultimately, the project will improve scientific understanding of the early solar system, the formation of our planet and the Moon, and the conditions that initiated life on Earth."
    This project is currently up for funding on kickstarter (get £271,836 till now).
    Gear  |  Video  
    The Matryomin is a single-antenna Theremin-type device mounted inside a Matryoshka doll. The Matryomin Ensemble 'Da' (consisting of 167 members) plays Beethoven's Symphony No.9 Boogie Woogie style. Recorded at the auditorium of Jiyugakuen Myonichikan in Tokyo.
    Impressive!
    Gif This Japanese Train Goes Over 300mph
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    The Central Japan Railway Company is in the midst of an 8-day testing period for its maglev (magnetically levitated) train, which can travel at speeds up to 311mph. Japan's bullet trains currently run at about 200mph. The first trial run which included 100 passengers on board operated between the cities of Uenohara and Fuefuki in the Yamanashi Prefecture. The 42.8 km trip whizzed by as the train travelled at speeds of up to 500 kilometres per hour. If all goes as planned, the maglev trains will be operational 2027, providing a 40-minute trip between Nagoya and Tokyo (normally 80 minutes).
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    Watch Grandmas smoking weed for the first time
    Street art in the Park
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    Street art in the Park.
    Bento Box Art by artist Micky Araben

    Bento Box Art by artist Micky Araben
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Bento Box Art by artist Micky Araben. More pics after more.
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    Joby Suction Cup
    Gear  |  Camera  
    The Joby Action Suction Cup with GorillaPod Arm provides a simple way to mount your action camera to virtually smooth, flat surface. 
    Suction Cup & Locking Arm $39.95
    Suction Cup & GorillaPod Arm $29.95
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    Gif Supercell near Booker Texas 348758453664677920
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    Supercell near Booker, Texas
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    While waiting for his plane to board so he can immigrate to America, Augusto Ramirez recalls the three biggest regrets of his life.
    Based on a true story.
    Gear  |  Video  
    This week, John explains the meaning behind 62 last names.
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