Fruit (Bowl) Loops: 8 Circular Wood, Glass & Metal Designs Circular forms are a clear choice for storing the rounded forms of fruits – but these creative modern design ideas are anything but obvious. For starters, when someone asks you to pass them this vertical wooden fruit ‘bowl’ just give it a nudge and send it rolling their way – just don’t slip while sliding them the bananas! This nifty set of wood, metal and black-painted plastic half-bowls – also by the artist Helena Schepens – does not have quite the same moves but is still quite dynamic. From tiny grapes to sizable pears and appleas, each piece of fruit added to or subtracted from the mix changes the angle of the centerpiece. To round it out, other designers have developed turn-style systems allowing you to rotate your fruit into place and pop it out of the mix (like the metal one shown on top or the white wall-hanging repositories at the bottom.
Anime Character Maker 2 LOTS OF PUNS ...A guy goes into a nice restaurant bar wearing a shirt open at the collar and is met by a bouncer who tells him he must wear a necktie to gain admission. So the guy goes out to his car and he looks around for a necktie and discovers that he just doesn't have one. He sees a set of jumper cables in his trunk. In desperation he ties these around his neck, manages to fashion a fairly acceptable looking knot and lets the ends dangle free. He goes back to the restaurant and the bouncer carefully looks him over for a few minutes and then says, "Well, OK, I guess you can come in -- just don't start anything." ...This mushroom walks into a bar and starts hitting on this woman... ...This horse walks into a bar and the bartender says "Hey, buddy, why the long face... ...These two strings walk upto a bar... ...This grasshopper walks into a bar, and the bartender says "Hey! ...This baby seal walks into a bar and the bartender says,"What'll ya have..." ...A neutron walks into a bar. Back
Gender, Boobs, and Video Game Characters by Lisa Wade, PhD, Dec 30, 2010, at 10:51 am Dr. Cai Wilkinson (at the University of Birmingham), YetAnotherGirl, and (surprise surprise) Dmitriy T.M. sent in this humorous flowchart satirizing the design of video game characters. (Source: I Love Charts) In addition to the gender lesson in the flowchart, there are some interesting lesson about who “our” enemies are: demons, monsters, and Russians. Using a similar strategy, Laura McD. sent in a series of images from graphic novels, re-drawn by comic artist Megan Rose Gedris, designed to raise awareness about (the absurdity of) the sexual objectification of women in comics. These remind me of the as-far-as-I-know-non-ironic instructions on how to draw male and female comic book characters that have been sent in by many readers over the years (we’ve lost track of you’all, but send a note and we’ll credit you).
Scaring the s*** out of the kids Scaring the s*** out of the kids Click to see how via NoiseBot.com | Funny T-Shirts | Hoodies | Cool T-Shirts | Funny Shirts April Fools' Day 2011 - Internet April Fools' Jokes It’s April Fools’ Day, and you know what that means: All of your favorite tech companies, geek brands, and publications have poured inordinate amounts of time and effort into messing with you. But do you want to be momentarily fooled by their messings-with, or, what’s worse, not see them at all as you browse the Internet today? No, of course not. Luckily, Geekosystem is here to help: ThinkGeek First off, everyone’s favorite geeky niche retailer is back with a slew of new must-have products that don’t actually exist, including the Playmobil Apple Store Playset (pictured above), Angry Birds Pork Rinds, and a Minecraft USB Desktop Nether Portal. The Googleplex This year, Google has done like a million April Fools’ jokes, some cleverer than others. Meanwhile, YouTube is showcasing the top viral pictures of 1911: And Chrome has rolled out Chromercise! Bonus: Google search for Helvetica: Google’s fonts team has been hard at work. Blizzard In-game screenshot: Just don’t call him “crab Clippy.” xkcd
BEST OF 2010: 10 Coolest Websites For Games And Education At the beginning of the September month, we have just got an idea to make a wonderful list of year 2010′s best websites accompanying games and education. Ever year, the web world introduces an array of fresh and better technology for public. And online games are incomparable option for those who have fallen on hard times. Now what you think about online education? All right, it’s just a simple belief where web is occupy with bunch of plenty educational resources and the useful information available online, are waiting for our single click to be get accessed on computer. But usually its some kind of little tricky for kids,students and parents to find online information which must be safe for work, to the purpose and age-appropriate. So we are equally concern about the NSFW information on web and complied the most belonging composition of best websites 2010. You may be interested in the following related articles as well Don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-feed and Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
If this summer's movie posters told the truth A whole host of blockbusters are on their way this summer, ready to dazzle you with dizzying marketing campaigns, flashy trailers and big-name stars. Let's cut the crap: here are the posters for the real movies. See? Founder's Blog - Jitbit: Chinese Magical Hard-Drive This is Founder's blog - Subscribe - About Apr 7 2011 A Russian friend of mine has posted this absolutely amazing story. He works at a hard-drive repair center in a Russian town right next to the Chinese border. A couple of days ago a customer has brought a broken 500Gb USB-drive that he had bought in a Chinese store across the river, for an insanely low price. The whole service center was rolling on the floor laughing. It's a 128-MB flash-drive. The device looks pretty convincing - lots of tech labels and stuff...
Tablet full of crude jokes and riddles about beer is found - dating from the time of the biblical Exodus By Rob Waugh Updated: 16:52 GMT, 27 January 2012 Crude jokes, beer and a hearty disregard for politicians were part of life in ancient Mesopotamia - 3,500 years ago. A newly translated tablet from the area of present-day Iraq runs through a series of riddles which show that even in 1,500BC, people liked a puzzle. Modern audiences, though, should not expect to have their sides split - or indeed to solve any of the riddles, which are rather tricky (the riddles and their solutions are below). Cuneiform script as seen in a clay tablet, found at Tell-El-Amarna, Egypt: The location of the tablet of riddles is not known, and the study authors worked from a transcription from 1976. 'In your mouth and your teeth (or urine). Answer: Beer. 'The tower is high, but it has no shade.' Answer: Light. He gouged out the eye. Answer: A governor - the joke here could be that a governor is portrayed as executioner. The two rudest riddles have missing answers - or ones that don't make sense. 'But I don't know.