This is just the kind of thing a geeky guy like me would want to put in the shower. I doubt the wife will go for it, though, no matter how cool our children and I may think the technology.
[tags]Color changing tiles, Heat reactive shower tiles[/tags]
OK, so I’m a week late with this – more if you actually want to do some hacking for Halloween. I had this selected to post about 10 days ago, but haven’t gotten caught up on everything in life to have time to get the post out. So just bookmark this, and next year you can make your own Halloween LEGO hacks.
“It’s remarkably easy to hack LEDs into Lego minifigures to make awesome, creepy, and tiny decorations for Halloween. In what seems like a miraculous coincidence, a standard LED fits exactly into the head of a Lego minifigure. It’s that easy: grab an LED and a head, slip it in, and it fits perfectly.”
Images and information at evil mad scientist. (via MAKEzine blog)
[tags]LEGO Halloween hacking[/tags]
These are really cool looking bookshelves. A set of 7 shapes which can be configured in numerous ways to form a visually appealing shelving system. Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be a US distributor, so I can’t say how much they would cost if I were try coercing my wife into buying me a set.
In case you missed it, here’s the Kerry quote in question:
“You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”
In response, some folks in the military in Iraq had this to say:
Continue reading Military response to Kerry