The Perry Bible Fellowship – Hard Read – another reason why you should never get caught reading cliff notes.
Silverbrook’s Memjet printer technology available late 2007, company says (from Derek) – The company has released astounding videos of desktop, photo and wide-format printers that print pages and photos 5 to 10 times faster than products from current printer market leaders HP, Canon, Epson and Lexmark. This printer is amazingly fast and the colors are awesome.
Search With Kevin (from Cari) – Apparently K-Fed has a search engine. It’s somewhat like Blingo where he’s giving away prizes, but unlike Blingo, he’s giving away prizes no one wants: Kevin Federline Autograph 8×10, Kevin Federline T-Shirt, Playing With Fire Autograph CD, Entry into Autograph Sweepstakes.
Super Mario Level 1-1… In Line Rider (from Cari) – Recreating the first level of Super Mario Bros. using Line Rider. It was too funny not to share, especially the ending (which I guess is only funny if you’ve messed around with Line Rider at all).This guy really had a lot of time on their hands.
Toys that should not exist (from Digg) – some of these are hilarious.
No money for stamps? Advertiser happy to help – For Dutch consumers who wish to save 44 euro cents (30 pence) on posting a letter, there is a solution: an advertisement on the back of the envelope. I wouldn’t mind doing that.
Malaysian DVD pirates want sniffer dogs dead – Malaysian movie pirates have put a bounty on the heads of two sniffer dogs who busted a fake DVD ring with a seizure of discs worth about $3 million (1.5 million pounds), media and officials said on Thursday.
Inside Japan’s Puzzle Palace (from Digg) – Will there be another puzzle craze after sudoku? Perhaps kakuro? What about nurikabe? If so, chances are it will spring from a Japanese company called Nikoli, run by the self-proclaimed godfather of sudoku, Maki Kaji. Check a flash version of these new games that have been mentioned.
Bill Gates to finally receive his Harvard degree (from Digg) – It’s not like he needs it to beef up his résumé, but the world’s richest college dropout finally is getting his degree. Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft, will speak at Harvard University’s commencement ceremony in June and, like all commencement speakers, will receive an honorary degree from the institution.
Automakers say: Look at cars not women – South Korean carmakers plan to cut down on the number of scantily clad models at the Seoul Motor Show hoping people will look at the cars instead.
New Jersey thieves snatch $12,000 in underwear – Three brazen New Jersey shoplifters made off with nearly $12,000 (6,100 pounds) in women’s underwear by stuffing the goods into bags designed to foil anti-theft equipment at a Victoria’s Secret store while the shop was open for business, police said.
STOP MOTION DRUMS by the “Hyperactive Beatbox” guy (from Artemyst) – A guy with no musical training creates a great song using stop motion. This is the same guy that made “The Human Beatbox” or as other … all » people call it “Hyperactive“, Lasse Gjertsen.
Picture on the dust (from Digg) – This guy drives his car around just to get enough dirt on his windshield so he can draw on it. His drawings are rather good.
Husband rips wife’s eyes out after she refuses sex (from Digg) – Mohamed Hadfi, 31, tore out his 23-year-old wife Samira Bari’s eyes following a heated argument in their apartment in the southern French city of Nimes in July 2003 after she refused to have sex with him.
Housewife convicted of frying husband – A Brazilian housewife was convicted and sentenced to 19 years in prison Friday for killing her husband, chopping his corpse into small pieces and frying it.
There’s just some crazy people in this world…
Beautiful Night Shots Of Yokohama, Japan (from Digg) – Great night shots of Yokohama which is the third largest city in Japan at night. The large Ferris wheel is one of the largest in the world with a capacity of 480 passengers and at a height of 112.5 metres. If the night shots entice you and still can’t get enough of it, here’s a Quicktime Panorama VR of Yokohama of which you can actually spot out some of the landmarks. 18 more pics afte the jump.
Advanced Test Pattern for THX Optimizer (from SD) – All US versions of the feature film Cars were shipped with an encoding error on Pixar’s Advanced Test Pattern within THX Optimizer. In an effort to provide you with the best possible set up tools, Pixar and THX will send you a complete version of THX Optimizer and THX Blue Glasses. Please submit this shipping form to receive your copy of THX Optimizer (including Pixar’s Advanced Test Pattern). From okayplayer: Just in case its needed the actual ISBN is 0-7888-5798-3
Dont Bother Me (from Angelus) – another awesome routine of smidget! This guy does this amazing DDR (Dance Dance Revolution) performance with flips and moonwalks and a bunch of other crazy stuff.