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The Geekfather

Steve Jobs (may he rest in peace) – the father of geek. Vote to see this design screen-printed by Threadless.

It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

But how did we get to a point where an artificial, electronic life replaced the simple pleasures of existence? Those who can recall a time before the internet will know exactly what I’m talking about. All of those born with a USB port in their skull will be mumbling “huh?” and clicking away from this preamble to the next piece of celebrity gossip…

Time Capsule

Bit Rebels have posted office photographs snapped in the 1960s showing some seriously geeky nerds and their outdated hardware…view the pics here…

The Man With The Camera In His Head

Just when you thought life couldn’t get anymore ridiculous, along comes the man with a camera implanted in the back of his head…

Share Happy!

It’s a brave new world – a vending machine unveiled recently uses facial recognition technology to deal out free treats to those with big smiles…

Eyewriter for Paralyzed Artists

Eyewriter enables paralyzed artists to express themselves with eye-drawn art…Read the article by Tannith Cattermole at GizMag…

SarcMark

Since it has apparently become too difficult to understand how to write sarcastically, Sarcasm Inc. have created the SarcMark – a new form of punctuation…Thanks for that…

2000-2010: Decoding The Decade

2000-2010: Decoding The Decade – Buzzwords…read the article posted on Rense.com by Eric Wahlberg here…

Stupidity 2009

Take for instance these two guys from Iowa. They thought it would be a swell idea to break into an apartment, but they couldn’t afford some cheap Wal-Mart balaclavas. So, this brain-dead pair decided to disguise their faces with black permanent marker. Trouble is, they didn’t bother to wash it off afterwards (or couldn’t get it off) and were eventually picked up by police, obviously following a simple witness description of “dudes with black pen on their faces”. They weren’t too hard to find…

Organic Textures Vs Photoshop Brushes and Grunge Fonts

Manz, the guru of GritFX, has written a guest article for Best Web Image…Read her piece “Organic Textures Vs Photoshop Brushes and Grunge Fonts” here…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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