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iGrill pairs meat with the iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

The iGrill is a Bluetooth-enabled meat thermometer that allows you to multitask between preparing the perfect dinner and mingling with your guests, while ensuring your food is cooked to the perfect temperature. The iGrill communicates with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via a secure, long-range Bluetooth connection, displays the temperature and transmits it to your iOS device for remote monitoring.

Cooking meat with your phone? It doesn’t get much better than this my grill loving friends. Meat+Technology always equals a win.

Meat smoker texts you when your meat is done

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2010

This DIY meat smoker is a must make. Real men need meat. And they need to know when it is done. Simple as that. And so this meat smoker will alert you via a text message whenever your meat is ready. Peter Rauch decided to use a proportional-integral-differential (PID) controller which can modulate electrical power to a heating element.

It even has a touchscreen display that allows you to adjust the controller, while a J-type thermocouple located in the top of the smoker delivers a voltage signal for the feedback loop to control the temperature. When you combine meat with tech, the results are delicious.

ThinkGeek gets cease and desist letter for unicorn meat

Posted in Douchbaggery by Shane McGlaun on June 23rd, 2010

The level of douchbaggery that lawyers and companies go to protect their trademarks never ceases to amaze me. The latest crazy legal letter to cross my desk comes from ThinkGeek. ThinkGeek is big on messing with folks with faux products that are just realistic enough to get a geek reaching for their credit card.

Some of the products listed on the ThinkGeek website are obviously fake and just meant for fun. A perfect example was the Canned Unicorn Meat that the site had up for sale a while back. I hear it tasted like Spam.


R2-D2 barbecue grill

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2011

Hey even the evil Empire likes to have a barbecue now and then and when they do they do it in style. R2 has caused them quite a bit of trouble over the years and now it is payback time. The droid will be made to serve the empire by cooking up some delicious meat.

If you have a 55-gallon drum lying around and Smoker, you can create one just like this. Then give it a paint makeover. May the force and good burgers be with you.

Movie studios to bring pre-DVD streaming to PS3, Xbox, more

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2010

Here’s more great news for PS3 and Xbox 360 owners. Disney, Sony and Warner are close to testing a system that would give Internet access to movies before they’ve reached Blu-ray or DVD. Disney would be the most aggressive and would allow viewers watch movies on any web-connected device and possibly the PS3 and Xbox 360 as well. Disney would likely be cautious at first, trying one movie under the plan in an early 2011 trial.

We aren’t sure if Apple would be involved, but Steve Jobs sits on Disney’s board of directors. In Demand, a partnership between Comcast, Cox and Time Warner, said through CEO Bob Benya that the collective is in talks for a similar option through cable TV and maybe online.

RUB Chopper with smoker on the side

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2010

For those who want to grill on the go, the RUB Chopper is a one of a kind chopper with a working smoker on the side. This beauty is from who else? The folks over at Orange County Choppers.

It’s for chillin’ and grillin’. Ride a little, stop to turn the meat. Ride a little more and find some place to sit and eat. Now that’s a grill I can get behind. Or in this case, on. You just wanna be careful not to burn yourself accidentally while on the open road.

Make your own MicroSIM card

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2010

If you have an iPad 3G and have a SIM card that you want to cut down to a MicroSIM card, you can do just that. Apparently all you need to convert the iPad 3G to U.K. cellular standards is a meat clever. You can also use scissors.

This U.K. resident was faced with a disparity in SIM cards once he received his iPad from foreign shores: “This morning, my shiny new iPad 3G 64Gb arrived from the USA! The only problem was, it had an AT&T MicroSIM and as yet there is no such thing in the UK.”


Maingear Shift gets ATI HD5970 power

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on November 18th, 2009

maingearshift-sbEarlier this month Maingear rolled out its Shift personal supercomputer and it was pretty impressive. With the ATI HD 5970, going live today it’s natural for us to see some new gaming desktops that offer the card inside and the Shift is one of those machines.

Maingear is offering the Shift with both single HD 5970 and dual HD 5970 configurations. The dual 5970 configuration promises 10 teraflops of visual compute power. That is a lot of graphics oomph and should make mincemeat of your favorite video game.

Botropolis: This week in robots

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2009

Botropolis: This week in robotsIt’s time for the weekly robot roundup. So what have we been doing this week over at Botropolis? Keeping our eyes on all of the usual robot slaves, of course. It’s only a matter of time until they themselves become our masters and have us fetching beers and opening doors. We will be their meat-machines. When we break down, they will surgically repair us with parts from other humans, even allowing us to cheat death, until we become Zombies. At which point we will inherit the Earth once again, this time moaning and groaning and suffering their head-shots. Ain’t life awesome?

Robovie‘s version of Mario saving the Princess.

Terminator head in a box.

Papercraft robots.

Burger King’s Windows 7 Whopper gets its first bite

Posted in Windows by Conner Flynn on October 23rd, 2009

Yesterday we told you about the Japanese arm of Burger King offering a seven-pattie Whopper which costs 777 yen. It was all to celebrate the release of Windows 7. Some of you thought it was just for promotion and that the burgers would not be made or eaten. Others just drooled like Homer Simpson.

But we now have 46 seconds of video footage that shows how you would eat such a monster burger. This brave man takes his meat competitor like a true champ. If only his jaws could dis-locate.

Botropolis: This week in robots

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on September 11th, 2009

Botropolis: This week in robotsIf you are reading this then I have to assume that robots have not killed you yet. Let’s all take a moment to thank our maker that we haven’t yet been crushed by a robot arm or shot by one of DARPAs mutant creations. Thank god a garment folding bot didn’t fold your shirt with YOU in it. Yes, we are all very lucky to be alive. Make the most of it meatbags. It can’t last forever. It’s time to take a look at some of the robot news we covered this week over at Botropolis.

DIY Robot Mask: With iPhone Display.

God Hands: This can’t lead to anything good.

Guy builds Master-Slave Suit: Enslave them before they enslave us.


Rocky III USB drives

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2009

Rocky III USB drivesMan, Rocky III was awesome wasn’t it? The first time you saw it anyway. Eye of the tiger Rock! It’s the movie that made Mr. T a household name so he could go on to say I pity the fool a million times. Now you can relive the movie with these Rocky III USB drives.

Available in Apollo Creed, Rocky Balboa, and Clubber Lang for only ¥2,850 ($30) No Burgess Meredith?

Star Wars Death Star grill

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2009

Star Wars Death Star grillWith this Star Wars Death Star Grill, Alderan may be safe, but meat is not. That’s no moon, it’s the centerpiece of your geek barbecue party. Perfect for grilling Ewok, tauntaun, Bantha…Jar-Jar? The designer says that it isn’t perfect. We disagree and can’t think of a better way to grill hot dogs using these.

Yes, X-wings killing this Death Star grill by flying through a trench and shooting hot dogs inside… Awesomeness. Check out the Star Destroyer handle.

Pill MP3 player to be produced later this year

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2009

Pill MP3 player to be produced later this yearWe’ve seen some crazy pill shaped concepts as well as actual pill shaped products, but this may be the strangest. An MP3 player/pill that is actually going into production later this year. You should see it by years end.

It’s for those who love pharmaceuticals a little too much. Which is half of America, so they likely will have a hit on their hands. At this point in our culture, if it even resembles a pill, people will want it. And this pill has no side effects like numbness in the limbs, stroke or even death. It measures 2.7 inches long and is about an inch in diameter. It pulls apart to unveil the controls, allowing you to twist forward and back to skip tracks.

Smokin Tex adds smoke flavor to anything

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2009

Smokin Tex adds smoke flavor to anythingSometimes, when you’re grilling a piece of meat, you want to add some smoke flavor. Perfectly understandable. Though you may not realize it, other foods taste good with a healthy does of smoke too, if this magic refrigerator box thing is any indication. Add some smoke flavor to anything. Mac and cheese, steak, chicken, peanut butter and jelly, eggs…

The Smokin’ Tex Hot-or-Cold Smoker lets you add that smoky taste to any and every food you want. Just add some wood chips in the smoker box, select the temperature and close the door. It’s completely insulated so you won’t smoke up the house and capable of smoking up to 38 pounds of meat, or whatever.

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