Ultimate Mac nerd and co-host of the RetroMacCast podcast, John Leake, built a 1/3-scale Macintosh 512k (or 128k) replica of Apple's 1st Mac out of white PVC, a Raspberry Pi credit-card sized computer (motherboard), a tiny 3.5-inch LCD monitor and a lot of elbow grease.
Squatty Potty toilet stool is carefully engineered product that puts you in exactly the correct position for optimal elimination, and wide platform keeps itself stable when in use. It mimics natural squat posture so that the puborectalis muscle fully relaxes and thus the colon can empty quickly and completely.
Notebook Beard equips you with a thick bearded disguise when you need it most, doubles as an epic conversation starter, and also brings along 32 lined pages for the ride. Toss one in your pocket to keep handy when you need to jot down an idea or you need a clever disguise to get seconds.
VoidWorks' Emojify app for iOS lets you turn photos into a collage of emoji art. Simply snap a new photo or choose one from your album, once you have a picture ready, you get to adjust the size of the emoji's that make it up as well as the contrast levels.
A wildlife photographer Paul McKenzie proposed to his girlfriend, Paveena, after capturing this amazing image of flamingos flying a formation in the shape of a heart over Lake Logipi in Kenya. It was the symbol of love created by nature.