Many Sci-Fi fans and certainly most Isaac Asimov fans are familiar with the Three Laws of Robotics–but how many of us have heard the man himself explain them?
There is plenty of room for that new computer you were wanting, but you had better hope that you do not need an item from the bottom of the stack moments from now…
It Only Took 20 Years [Doghouse Diaries] [via Fail Desk]
If pre-flight safety briefings routinely involved Hobbits and wizards, we can only imagine more people would pay attention.
When it comes to buying a USB charger one is just as good as another so you might as well buy the cheapest one, right? This interesting and detailed analysis of name brand, off-brand, and counterfeit chargers will have you rethinking that stance.
A young woman riding the train at night becomes involved in an interesting conversation with a young man about vampires. She thinks vampires are mysterious and misunderstood, but will she still feel the same way by the time the train ride is over?
Gmail has several new features that make it even easier to compose email messages including pop-over compositions windows (similar to the Google Chat window), contact profile pictures in the address box, and drag and drop address switching.
Star Wars, Stormtrooper, SD Card, Macro, Lego [The Paper Wall]
Halloween has arrived and all of your favorite video game characters are out and about collecting lots of candy goodness. The question is whether or not all will be successful in collecting treats or if the tricks will be on them!
You can carve a pumpkin, you might even go high-tech and wire it up with a few LEDs, but can you play Tetris on it? Check out this fully functional Tetris clone built into a jack-o’-lantern.
Runaway 1990s gaming hit Myst features books that had the power to transport you to other worlds. One dedicated fan has gone so far as to make a book that, when opened, transports you to the Myst universe.
That is about as retro a smartphone as you can get!
Searching for the perfect versus or cooperative Xbox multiplayer game can be challenging–the game publisher says it plays four but what exactly does that mean? XboxMP catalogs games with detailed breakdowns of what the ...
When the moon is on the horizon it looks radically larger than it does up in the sky; check out this video to see the science behind the illusion.
Whether you’re in the path of Hurricane Sandy or just want to keep an eye on what’s going on, Google’s new Hurricane Sandy crisis map will keep you abreast of any new storm-related developments.
If you’re looking for a last minute and subtle way to add a little dash of Halloween to your office, these papercraft monsters are perfect for perching on your monitor stand.
Pippin and Merry are up to their old pranks once again, but this time they quickly get in over their heads while looking to indulge in a bit of Halloween fun!
Amazon has an amazing selection of products available to satisfy your needs and desires, but what if their services were to expand even more? This humorous video looks at what it might be like if you could literally get anyth...
The lack of multiplayer action in Super Mario 64 bothered one game modder so much he hacked the game to include cooperative multiplayer as well as online play. Check out the video to see it in action.
Looking for a suitably spooky board game for Halloween? This roundup includes everything from the light-hearted to the dark and challenging.
How can you resist that ‘sad puppy eyes’ look?
Experiments this simple and fun give you no reason to leave all science-based goofing off to the professionals: whip up a beaker of ferromagnetic fluid to capture magnetic waves in motion.
You can visit the artist’s website here: Mark Rademaker
All hail the King of Games!
In the 1980s Carl Sagan captivated TV viewers with his exploration of the universe; we present to you, a lost episode, The Meat Planet.