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Have you ever wondered what playing Mario would look like if set up with a first person shooter point of view? Then get ready for a whole new perspective with this awesome video! Mario game play has never looked better…

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Do you love sailing and all things related to the sea? Then come aboard with the Sailing Theme for Windows 7. This gorgeous theme comes with 14 wallpapers showcasing sailing ships from around the world and 19 soothing seashore sounds for your system.

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Curious about the history of nuclear reactors after all the attention they’ve received in the news? Take a peek at the history of reactors with these gorgeous cutaway drawings of vintage nuclear power plants.

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If you’re not planning on upgrading your iPad any time soon but you would like in on some of that smart cover action, this simple DIY hack can help.

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Mozilla Firefox [DesktopNexus]

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If you’re a sucker for interesting data maps (and we certainly are), then you’ll want to check out this world map animation created by geolocating thousands of historical dates.

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If the nuclear reactor situation in Japan has you curious about radiation exposure and what the different levels and degrees mean, this easy to read infographic from XKCD should help clear things up.

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The transparency of glass is such a fundamental component of our daily lives–it allows light into our homes, high visibility while driving our cars, and the color of wine to be admired–but many people misunderstan...

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If you’ve been dissapointed with the performance of commercially available hard drive docks (and more than a few people have) this spartan DIY solution removes the bottlenecks most commercial docks are crippled by.

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Would you like an easy way to minimize apps to the System Tray in Windows and keep your Taskbar clear of clutter? Then all you need is the MoveToTray app to make it happen.

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Mario and Luigi are choosing players for a pick-up game of baseball and Chargin’ Chuck is ready to go. Will Mario or Luigi pick him for their teams early on or will poor Chuck be the last one chosen?

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If you’re looking for a cheap and easy way to document your DIY projects with a professional flair, this $30 camera dolly makes steady and smooth overhead shots a snap.

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DropVox is a clever and highly specialized application that, quite effectively, turns your iOS device into a voice recorder with Dropbox-based storage.

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SPRING FIELD [DesktopNexus]

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There’s a good chance you’re staring at one right now, the common LCD monitor. How exactly does it work? Find out by watching this informative video.

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Watch as these game pieces morph into creatures such as a Pegasi, Unicorn, Shark, Cobra, and more in their battle for final victory. Every game of chess should be this fun!

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This beautiful theme shows the Emerald Isle at its’ best with images of green landscapes, gorgeous seaside cliffs, cities at night, waterfalls, ancient rock formations, and more. The theme comes with 17 wallpapers and 2...

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Do Not Track Plus is a Firefox extension that combines the do-non’t-track header with protection lists for comprehensive tracking avoidance while surfing the web.

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We’ve sent over 200 missions out into space to check out the Moon, the Sun, planets, and more. Curious where they all went? Check out this awesome infographic to trace the launches to their destination.

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Sunset [DesktopNexus]

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RetinaPad is an iPad application that actives the Retina Display resolution on iPhone applications to increase the clarity on the iPad. It’s a feature that should be built-in but is currently only available for jailbroken iPads.

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Do you have a large number of bookmarks saved in your Chromium-based browser and need a quick way to search through them? Then see how easy it is to search through those bookmarks just like Firefox users do with the AwesomeBar extension.

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In this alternate vision of the original movie, Joe Nicolosi shows us a Mario who is down and out on his luck and has lost his girlfriend to a yuppie, but refuses to give up. Can Mario turn things around?

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If you’ve been turning your cable box on less and watching more shows online, you’re certainly not alone. Check out this infographic look at the state of TV distribution in the digital age to see how everyone is getting their TV fix.

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If you’ve ever wanted a chance to look at at an entire movie in a single glance, here’s your chance. Moviebarcodes shares mock-barcodes generated by turning each frame of a movie into a thin stripe, offering a gli...

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