October 30, 2007

Nintendo Mii Statue

Posted in Games, Toys, Video at 10:55 pm by snag

Get your Mii made into a statue for $50

October 26, 2007

10 Sweet Facts About Bruce Lee

Posted in History at 5:34 am by snag

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October 25, 2007

Geeky Weddings

Posted in Funny at 1:09 am by snag

Pics

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October 22, 2007

The Pencil King

Posted in Art at 11:32 pm by snag

Dude has thousands of pencils

October 20, 2007

Sweet Alarm Clocks

Posted in Toys at 12:03 am by snag

The puzzle one is pretty cool

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October 18, 2007

The Nissan GT-R

Posted in Cars at 12:18 am by snag

More Pics

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And some more

October 17, 2007

Cell Phone Pocket….In Woman’s Underwear

Posted in Sex, Tech, Women at 11:59 pm by snag

Niiiice.  I guess the phone will definitely need the vibrate feature.

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October 15, 2007

More Accidents

Posted in Funny at 11:52 pm by snag

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October 13, 2007

Muscleheads

Posted in Funny at 3:15 am by snag

Funny writeup on mucleheads

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Personalized Call From Optimus Prime

Posted in Cool at 1:44 am by snag

Total Sweetness

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How To: Make Clear Ice

Posted in How To at 1:35 am by snag

No clowdy bubbles

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October 11, 2007

Disgusting Foods From Around The World

Posted in Food, World at 11:22 pm by snag

Absolutely nasty

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October 10, 2007

Weird Insects

Posted in Animals, Nature at 12:25 am by snag

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New Lamborghini Concept

Posted in Cars at 12:18 am by snag

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October 9, 2007

How To: Iron A Button Down Shirt

Posted in How To at 1:14 am by snag

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October 4, 2007

How To: Recycle An Old Scanner Into A Lamp

Posted in How To at 11:06 pm by snag

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Another Gamer Tattoo

Posted in Art, Games at 11:01 pm by snag

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October 1, 2007

Interview Tips

Posted in Business at 9:11 am by snag

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More Photography Tips

Posted in Art at 6:07 am by snag

From popular photography

1. Sunny 16 Rule
The basic exposure for an average scene taken on a bright, sunny day is f/16 at a shutter speed equivalent to one over the ISO setting—that is, f/16 at 1/100 sec at ISO 100. From this you can interpolate, and try f/22 at the beach, f/11 on a cloudy-bright day, etc.

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