R2-D2 has already made his way to smartphones, but only if you want to own a Motorola. But what if you want to make your iPhone look like a droid? And by droid, I don't mean Android! This nifty case should do the trick.
Anyone who's a fan of the Cthulhu Mythos and HP Lovecraft will enjoy putting this Peeping Cthulhu Suction Cup Plush in the back window of their car. It's the combination of things, the cuteness of the plush toy, the fact that Cthulhu was never meant to be cute, and the fact that most people...
Feast your eyes on Cryo's new Octane EDP-WS workstation pictured below, that Cryo has just tested and announced has broken the world record for performance on a common benchmark for workstation performance
I always used mechanical pencils when I was growing up as much as possible. I hated having to go to the sharpener and sharpen my pencil. I did indulge in the occasional grade school game of get your pencil super sharp and throw it dart-style into the ceiling though.
1. Snakes on a Plane (2006) ? 2. Independence Day (1996) ? 3. The Average Woman (1924)? Mean Girls (2004)? 4. Paths of Glory (1957) ? 5. 8 Mile (2002) ? 6. Matrix Revolution ? 7. Field of Dreams (1989) ? 8. Alpha and Omega (2010)? 9. Floor 13 = The Thirteenth Floor (1999) 10. The Sum of All Fears (2002)
Remember those awesome typographic Star Wars posters? While these ones may not be as visually dynamic as those, Jerod Gibson had the brilliant idea of using actual quotes from Star Wars to create his version. These great posters are available for purchase as well, so that they can adorn your walls in typographic and Star Wars goodness.
Looking for a tasty treat, retro game fans? How about a Space Invader cake. Well, you can't have one, but you can have this pixelated alien cake who looks sort of like the long-lost cousin of a Space Invader, and I bet it'll taste just as good as a real Invader.
He may not have 8 consoles and a million controllers connected to him, but this R2-D2 makes up for it by having a current-gen system, an Xbox 360. Built by Mark Bongo, owner of Major League Mods, the casemod also has a projector, speakers, HDMI out, optical audio out, as well as standard A/V out.
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