Press your spaceface close to mine

Oh Captain!

Posted by Leesa on Aug 15, 2008 at 2:01 am

Not so many years ago, during the Perseid meteor shower, on this very day, our beloved Sundaynaut was born. And we’ve been counting the days to the apocalypse ever since.

From me and your entire crew: Happy Birthday to the finest captain in Starfleet!

our captain

We love you dood.

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HeeHaw. bots

Posted by Leesa on May 30, 2008 at 3:37 pm

Texas-based KumoTek introduces a new line of bots (with awesome names like KT-X Gladiator) which can be controlled with your PS2 wireless controller.


via Engadget

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The Sound from Wind

Posted by Leesa on May 29, 2008 at 12:46 pm

The Sound From Wind by designer Joseph Kim is an awesome handle bar accessory for your bike that produces sound by funneling the air as you ride. You can control the notes by pressing keys on the device.


Wouldn’t it be great if it produced anything even resembling the creepy tones of this thing?

photo by StewieD on Flickr

You’d either delight or terrify the neighborhood.

via Yanko

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Facehugger Plushie

Posted by Leesa on May 27, 2008 at 1:42 am

For those times when you can’t be there to hug baby: the Facehugger plushie.


Available at Amazon, believe it or not. Via Lost in Brittany

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Meditational Item No. 1

Posted by Leesa on May 11, 2008 at 2:52 pm

When you grow weary from the perpetual hyperdrive induced gray blur visible outside the portals, you might wander down to the Gmu Meditational Hall to view the works displayed there. Let them ease the space madness and bring about a magical state of calm wonderment.
No words.

From the collection:



Jareth by Joy and Tom Snyder



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He’s Dead, Jim

Posted by Leesa on Apr 14, 2008 at 3:34 pm

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Kara Hearn Channels E.T.

Posted by Leesa on Apr 14, 2008 at 1:16 pm

Kara Hearn channels E.T.

Video artist Kara Hearn re-enacts a boohoo worthy scene from E.T. for Learning to Love You More (assignment #47), Battlegate slobbers on self laughing.

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Jone Kvie

Posted by Leesa on Mar 25, 2008 at 9:48 am

Jone Kvie

From Norwegian sculptor Jone Kvie.
Left: Untitled (Carrier) 2006, car paint on bronze, partly polished
Right: Launch 2006, patinated bronze

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Farewell Gary Gygax

Posted by Leesa on Mar 4, 2008 at 3:14 pm

Gary Gygax, co-creator of D&D, died today.

I can’t tell you how much this guy did to help rescue me from an excruciatingly awkward childhood. Long before I was bolstering my ego by programming the c64 to say “hello”, I was rolling dice in a dark basement, avoiding getting my ass kicked with my chubby smarty pants friends. We found our pride where we could, and for us that was in a dungeon where for once we could claim we had some charisma.

It’s weird, just last night I was looking at this and thinking “maybe we should have a kid, just so I can put them in this”. Boohoo.

Level 1 Human

So let’s all pour a little mead for our homie.

Mobile Digital Pen

Posted by Leesa on Mar 4, 2008 at 11:37 am

Mobile Digital Scribe

This thing looks fantastic. Mobile Digital Scribe from IOGear is a digital pen that acts like a regular ink pen but stores up to 50 pages of notes and doodles that can be uploaded to your computer later. If you have the transmitter attached to a computer your input will appear on you screen real time.

I wonder how accurate this thing is. I suspect the results when you upload the day’s notes might be pretty hilarious. But still, the thought of leaving the 5 pound laptop at home on the next away mission without winding up with a pocket full of shit scribbled on scaps of paper makes me seriously want to buy one of these… I’m still trying to find out if this thing will work on a Mac.

via Link

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