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  • Fun projects for your NES!
    By on November 2, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    Clean your console, replace the 72 connector pins, and mod your controllers!


  • Demon’s Souls is not your friend, nor does it try to be
    By on October 18, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    Demon’s Souls is your leather-clad mistress and — the worst part — if you can withstand the pain for almost eight hours, you may, in what can only be described as a horrifying epiphany … begin to enjoy it.


  • How To List FOSS Experience On Your Resume
    By on October 17, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    maximus1 writes “If you’re selling skills gained in an open source project, you have additional opportunities to shine, say experts in this ITWorld article. But what is the best way to explain your FOSS experience? ‘Someone stands out because of how they talk about the project, says Zack Grossbart, author of The One Minute Commute. His advice is to describe the project and discuss your contributions in detail: ‘If you were a committer, what did you (more…)

  • Spell Your Way to Victory in Scribblenauts
    By on September 26, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    The new Nintendo DS title Scribblenauts packs a lot of innovation into an unassuming package. To solve puzzles, players summon useful objects by typing or scribbling words on the touchscreen (spell out “ladder” and—poof!—a ladder appears). Sounds simplistic, right?


  • Brighten up your period with this Pokemon menstrual pad!
    By on September 23, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    Is it your time of the month? You on the rag? On the blob? More importantly, have you ever wanted to bleed out of your minge and onto Pikachu’s face? If you answer in the affirmative to these questions, then we have a very special treat for you and your vomiting vadge.


  • 9 Kick-Ass DIY Projects to Get Your Hack On
    By on September 22, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    While we love getting new gadgets as much as the next geek, we also like how a new purchase gives us the opportunity to take apart and tinker with our older gear. Whether it’s by soldering circuit boards or loading open-source firmware, we pride ourselves on being able to stretch the lifespan of older electronics by performing hardware hacks.


  • How Much Is Your Online Identity Worth?
    By on September 11, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    itwbennett writes “Answer a few questions about your personal Internet use, and a new tool from Symantec will calculate your net worth on the black market. You’ll get three results: how much your online assets are worth, how much your online identity would sell for on the black market, and your risk of becoming a victim of identity theft. The tool is intended to raise consumer awareness about cybercrime, said Marian Merritt, Internet security advocate (more…)

  • Will You Stream Or Download Your Mobile Music?
    By on September 2, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    mikp writes “In a David-and-Goliath style fight, small music companies are battling it out with established behemoths to see who can own the future of mobile music. Spotify, the Europe-based music streaming company, is about to launch its iPhone app and has plans to develop it for other mobile platforms soon. In a preview, Spotify shows how you can cache songs to your iPhone so that you don’t always need a connection but the songs don’t remain on (more…)