Not Onion-level satire, but still kind of funny.
Category Archives: technology
At only 5-megapixels this replica of the vintage Rolleiflex 6×6 camera by Minox probably isn’t powerful enough to meet the demanding needs of today’s camera-savvy graphic designer, but it sure is cool as hell. Unfortunately, I can’t find any information on pricing or availability.
link » Minox DCC Rolleiflex AF 5.0
[via BoingBoing Gadgets]
Totally disappointed to see that the iPhone’s not an open platform:
But it’s not like the walled garden has gone away. “You don’t want your phone to be an open platform,” meaning that anyone can write applications for it and potentially gum up the provider’s network, says Jobs. “You need it to work when you need [...]
I mentioned elsewhere that I was heading down to E3 for the first time this year. Thankfully, as soon as I got bored being by myself I was lucky enough to hook up with Metblogs head brain Sean Bonner and fellow bLA contributor and all around good guy Wil Wheaton. Wil just happened to be [...]
If you’re not checking out woot! on a regular basis then you’re seriously missing out. It’s fascinating. Of course, we all probably need less stuff instead of more stuff, but how you can you pass up a dirt cheap MP3 watch or a bread maker that reads bar codes? I bought a progressive-scan DVD recorder [...]
Ever since I upgraded my computer I’ve been suffering through built-in speaker hell. My old G4 came from the era when it seemed like everything Apple made was proprietary, so when I got my new G5 I was disappointed to discover that my little satellite globes couldn’t even be plugged in. My iSub would still [...]