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Where The Hell Is Matt?

Monday, June 30, 2008

Matt Harding is a 31-year-old deadbeat from Connecticut and known as 'that guy who dances on the internet.' He only does one dance. And he does it badly. But he does it everywhere, all over the world.


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Torres fires Spain to Euro 2008 glory

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Ikea Instructions

Here's the guide for how to put together Ikea furniture


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One Pill That's Impossible To Swallow

Gelule (French for “capsule”) is the name of this pill-shaped radio clock concept created by Pascal Barde from the design company Sequoia Studio. The radio clock features a backlit LCD display and an omni-directional speaker (volume can be adjusted by rotating speaker).The unique concept is also available in several capsule-friendly colours like red, green and purple.



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The Smart Windscreen Concept.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

This “Smart Windshield” concept for Wired Magazine has some exciting features: Handsfree Tetris, conference calls, google calendar and, the feature that caught my eye, a driver identification system that tells you more about other drivers on the road in front of you…what a great idea! It could become a kind of Auto-Facebook where you could swap details, become friends, exchange music tracks, info, chat etc.


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The Tackiest Eiffel Tower Souvenirs

If you have the chance to visit Paris and the Eiffel Tower, be sure to bring back a present for your friends back home. But please choose carefully!! So many mistakes can be made in the choice of the souvenir!!

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Nike - Take it to the next level - Director's Cut



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The Bill Gates Timeline

Here it is, the definitive Bill Gates timeline. It may contain some bugs and lack some features, but it works: from his parents to the last day of his work at Microsoft, the Bill Gates timeline shows his personal and business adventure—on the top—in relation to the tech industry—on the bottom—as his company takes over it all.


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French Kissing Confusion Over…

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Have you ever been to France and felt awkward when one of them kisses you on the cheek?
Exactly how many kisses do you give? When do you stop?
One? Two? Three? Do you stick the tongue in on the last one?


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USB Gadget: Beverage Chiller

Monday, June 23, 2008

The CoolIT USB Beverage Chiller is the easy way to keep your drink cold while you’re at your computer — and it looks cool on any desktop! It’s the next must-have computer accessory, keeping your beverage chilled so that you can stay at your computer longer. Just seconds after plugging the chiller into your computer’s USB port (no external outlet needed), the coldplate chills to 45 degrees Fahrenheit. The perfect temperature for keeping your beverage chilled.


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Strangest Internet Cafes From Around the World

Ah, Internet Cafes … it used to be just a place where you can browse the Internet and grab a cup of coffee, but competition being what it is, some Internet cafes are offering something a little more than a cup of joe....




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Save Your Own Life

How a chair, rocks, aspirin, and a scarf can keep you alive in 12 do-or-die emergencies.


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The Diminishing Returns Of A Superhero Movie Franchise

Portfolio.com has a graphic showing how Batmans ROI has reduced from over 600% for the first movie down to a loss for the fourth movie and a small return on the fifth.


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Smart Vendor car vending machine in Shibuya

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Holding a full-size Smart Car, the faux vending machine has two choices (coupe and cabrio), and a convenient slot to insert the amount you need (about $20k). Of course, this is a concept only, but is a nice extension of their already creative vending machine idea that fits right into the Japanese love for instant gratification on-the-go. Besides, could you do this with any other car without it seeming like a big joke?




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IT vs SAles!! Hilarious video!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008



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How To Nap

For years, naps have gotten a bad rap, derided as a sign of laziness, weakness, or senility. We are 'caught' napping, or 'found asleep at the switch.' But lately napping has garnered new respect, thanks to solid scientific evidence that midday dozing benefits both mental acuity and overall health.


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iPhone AirRemote!

Whilst iPod and iPhone remote control applications are nothing new, you have to hand it to inventor Steve Moore who has developed what is termed as a low cost solution for those wishing to use their iPhone as a remote in the form of his AirRemote iPhone application which, apart from being capable of controlling your TV and associated AV equipments can also, with a little wizardry, be used to take control of your home rendering your trusty iPhone as the centre of your home automation set-up.


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Sexy commercial for the LG Secret!


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Moodstream

Monday, June 16, 2008

This is pretty cool!
Getty Images has recently launched an interactive “brainstorming tool” called Moodstream. The site cycles through photos, videos and music using their huge cache of media as source material. Getty has created a tool for creative professionals (or everyone else) to find fresh inspiration. The control panel has sliders to adjust the mood and tone of the media; happy to sad, warm to cool.


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State of the plumbing art: Examples of cutting-edge bathroom design

Regardless of who you are, you’re going to come in contact with plumbing fixtures every day. Where a simple outhouse festooned with a half-moon might have sufficed in days of yore, now there’s a 21st-century renaissance going on with toilets, faucets and the like. Designers, and the plumbing companies employing them, are encouraging us to make the most of our daily ablutions, and have risen to the occasion with admirable aplomb.





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Ice Cold Snow Sauna

Saturday, June 14, 2008

The Snow Room was showcased at a recent Hotel Equipment Fair in the sunny resort of Antalya, Turkey, plans are underfoot to launch it in premier luxury hotels and spas in 2008. The Snow Room, a ten-degrees-below-zero "spa" is a creation by the MNK Group, normally associated with the manufacture of saunas. Company briefs speak about the benefits of a hot-cold therapy, pointing out that it is a common practice in north European countries.


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No-key Keyboard

Glass surface inputting is the new hotness for almost every gadget maker today. From from the iPhone to Microsoft’s Surface technology, flat is where it’s at. Introducing the flattest full size QWERTY keyboard to date, “No-key Keyboard” by Kong Fanwen. Consisting of just a glass surface, camera and lighting, this alternative keyboard concept will use the latest motion capture technology to watch your fingers nervously select just the perfect smiley for your online bantering.




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Insane Roller coaster!!


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Introducing the Official (Creepy) Cheer

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Beijing Olympics officials have just released a diagram illustrating the summer games’ official cheer. A simple repetitive clap is, apparently, utterly archaic. Instead, Olympics attendees are encouraged to ‘clap two times,’ then make their ‘hands in fists with thumbs up, arms extended,’ then ‘clap two times,’ and, finally, ‘hands in fists, arms extended outward and upward.’ Now, everybody!


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