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Why not build your own sentry gun?
categories: Geeky, Videos

A couple of guys built their own tracking sentry gun that fires bb’s, so I figured it might be a good project for some of you. And if you’re psychotic, you can do it with a real gun! But rembember that would be very illegal and you’d probably kill your wife, who let’s face it, is the only person who’s ever loved you. You inhuman monster.

George Bush May Need a Bathroom Break
categories: Funny, Pics

Photographers catch George Bush writing Condi Rice a secret note during the Security Council meeting at the 2005 World Summit. Behind every great man…

The Littlegrey Network Forums Weekly Thread Pick:
categories: Geeky

You’ll lose your job. Your significant other will leave you. Your children will starve. You will be entertained for the rest of your life. StumbleUpon adds a button to your web browser that when pressed, presents you with a random web page based upon your selected interests. When you’re bored with the page, just press the button again for more entertainment. And again and again and again and…

categories: Funny, Geeky

Avast, it’s Talk Like a Pirate Day, so grab some grog and learn to speak like one you bilge rat!

37 Signals Backpack
categories: Geeky

Easier than Outlook. Simpler than notepad. More useful than either. 37Signals Backpack is an outrageously cool and useful web application that you can post to, read and edit effortlessly. The basic service is free and probably useful enough for most people as-is. I can’t say enough good things about this tool and have only scratched the surface in my own usage.

Post Secret
categories: Art, Crazy, Funny, Pics

PostSecret is an ongoing community art project where people mail-in their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard.

Nintendo Revolution Controller Video
categories: Geeky, Videos

“The controller for Nintendo’s upcoming Revolution home console system is a cordless remote-control-like device designed to be used with only one hand. Two small sensors placed near the TV and a chip inside the controller track its position and orientation, allowing the player to manipulate the action on screen by physically moving the controller itself.” continue reading… »

The MegaPenny Project
categories: Geeky, Pics

Have you ever wondered what a stack of one million pennies looks like? How about a trillion? Or maybe one quadrillion? Perhaps a quintillion? Did you even know there was such a number as one quintillion? I didn’t. This site is all sorts of useful.

Killer Whale vs. Kayak
categories: Crazy, Funny, Videos

I like this video because if I got to be a killer whale for a day this is EXACTLY what I would do. That, and eat tons of fish and maybe some yummy plankton.

Comments baby, comments.
categories: Misc

The comments feature for the site has been enabled. Now you can say whatever you want behind the anonymous shield of daddy internet. Let us know how brilliant you are! Start fights with strangers because you’re bored and you think you’re better than them! Let loose all the hate and aggression that is bottled up inside your tiny black heart! Let the good times roll!

After Image Optical Illusion
categories: Geeky, Pics

Another optical illusion. Stare at the cross in the center of the circle and try not to move your eyes off of it. Eventually the outer circles should appear to fade or disappear entirely.

The funniest Family Guy joke
categories: Funny, Music

Peter sings Cleveland a song to comfort him after his wife had an affair and subsequently left him.

Fractal Bush Robot (no, not George Bush)
categories: Geeky

This is what a real robot looks like. The pioneering roboticist Hans Moravec first described the idea in the late 80’s. This abstract summarizes the concept, math and geometry of a “bush robot”. Such a robot could perform tricks like surgery without incisions, act like a lens, project holograms, and of course, embody a human mind with plenty of CPU & RAM left over to carry out its unimaginable posthuman agenda.

Scary Robot
categories: Crazy, Funny, Geeky, Pics

Is it me, or are humanoid robots just plain creepy? Here we see Honda’s ASIMO menacing a small child. She did nothing to deserve this treatment, and the thing can climb stairs! Why do engineers insist on designing them this way?