Monthly archives: October, 2009

Food Lighting: Have your chandelier and eat it too

A designer in LA, YaYa Chou, constructed this delicious looking chandelier from “normal” gummy bears (i.e. they’ve not been treated with any preservatives), which she says could last some 10 years (under the right climate conditions, such as in LA). Measuring in at roughly four feet high by two feet wide, the mood food lighting …

Radiohead’s O’Brien confirms new album in the works

In response to recent rumors that Radiohead would no longer be working on “traditional” LPs, Ed O’Brien told NME that the band will indeed be working on a complete album in the near future:

“We were misquoted,” claimed O’Brien of Yorke’s comments, loudly adding, “WE WILL BE MAKING AN ALBUM!”

Furthermore, although the album could still be …

Australia in High Definition: The Blue Mountains

Australia in HD* – Episode II: The Blue Mountains

Australia in High Definition: Sydney & Taronga Zoo

I’m in the (slow / tedious) process of posting some high definition* video of my recent trip to Australia online. Enjoy episode I – Sydney & Taronga Zoo – and check back soon for the next installment.

These ARE the Wii accessories you are looking for

Looking for an excuse to add more (Star Wars) accessories to your Wii arsenal? Than you’ll be happy to hear that the Darth Vader Nintendo Wii Sensor Bar Holder (above), Light-Up Lightsabers for Nintendo Wii Dueling 2-Pack (below), and Clone Trooper Blaster for Nintendo Wii (below) are now all available for pre-order, each for the …

WD TV: Pre-release 1.02.11 firmware now available

Update: WD has released 1.03.01

Western Digital has released its newest WD TV pre-release firmware – 1.02.11 – which includes the following fixes/additions/updates:

Prerelease 1.02.11 (includes all previously released updates)

Resolved Issues:

* Resolved issue where UI Language displayed as OFF when English is selected.
* Resolved UI issue where “ContainsWWW” shows …


Star Wars Uncut: World’s Largest Fan Re-creation

I’m pretty sure the video speaks for itself. But if not, here’s a little more info about

Fans from around the world are joining forces to recreate the classic, Star Wars: A New Hope.

The entire movie is split up into 15 second scenes. Claim a scene, film it, and upload it! When it’s all done, …

Letterman and the money you could be saving w/ Geico