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Monday, March 20, 2006

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Programming Language Inventors & Serial Killers
Geek has always had negative connotations within society at large, where being described as a geek tends to be an insult. The term has recently become less condescending, or even a badge of honor, within particular fields and subcultures; this is particularly evident in the technical disciplines, where the term is now more of a compliment denoting extraordinary skill. There is an increasing number of people who self-identify with the term, even when they don't fit the classic geek profile which emphasizes high intelligence but social isolation and loneliness as a result.

How to catch a mouse without a mousetrap
I had a little friend visit my apartment the other week, and for a while there I was ready to make peace with him and co-exist. But after I cleaned up the place and ordered pizza one night, and it crawled up the side of my chair onto the sleeve of my shirt, I knew it was time to bid farewell

How to measure the speed of light with Chocolate Chips
"Over the past week, I’ve been really busy with exams and projects. Trying to save time by finding the speed of light on Google, I stumbled upon an extremely interesting article on measuring the speed of light with a microwave. As any decent cook knows, microwaves do not heat evenly. In fact, this article explains their heating patterns are relative to the speed of light!"

Take a sheet of paper, write a letter on it and with a few deft folds you can make it into its own envelope. No glue, just the power of origami

I want this: LED Binary Watch
The watch face contains 10 red LEDs that are used to indicate the numbers of the binary sequence and the values of the lighted LEDs are added to determine the time.

I want this: Myvu
Myvu is a wearable headset that displays a video image in front of your eyes. It resembles a pair of space-age sunglasses. Inside the front of the unit is MicroOptical’s patented display system, which the company has adapted from hardware it’s developed for the military — for tank drivers and others that can benefit from seeing more information at once

I want this: Teenage Furniture
Quick hide your porn! ”72 degrees" is a bedroom shelf for teenagers - designed to provide a place to store and hide pornographic magazines. The shelf has a secret compartment that can only be opened with the ring. 72 degrees is the average angle of a healthy erection

Ethernet Cable Soldiers

WhizzBall! is all about puzzles. Either you can play the puzzles provided or you can build your own puzzles and submit them to our server so whizzards around the world can play them


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