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Cadillac WTF: Zero maintenance with 24 wheels

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2009

Cadillac WTF: Zero maintenance with 24 wheelsHere’s one hell of a conceptual design: the Cadillac World Thorium Fuel concept. Otherwise known as the Cadillac WTF. It was created by Loren Kulesus. Everything about the aptly named WTF has been created to last for 100 years without maintenance. That’s the reason for the element number ninety, thorium: to act as a nuclear fuel powering batteries that would power this beast.

Also, every major system is redundant just in case of a failure. Even the wheels are covered and shouldn’t give you much trouble. The wheels don’t have individual tires. In fact, what you get is one combined unit made up of six individual wheels. That gives you 24 wheels in all, and each wheel has its own induction motor just for good measure. According to the creator, “The vehicle would require the tires to be adjusted every five years, but no material would need to be added or subtracted.”

Sennheiser HD 800 high end headphones

Posted in Sennheiser by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2009

Sennheiser HD 800 high end headphonesThe latest entry from Sennheiser is the HD 800 a pair of high end headphones that have some style. If you have the scratch to buy them. Sennheiser’s stunning HD 800 headphones stood out when they debuted at CES, because of the innovation that went into making them.

The HD 800 features a new technology in the driver system which helps reduce the low-end distortion that all headphones suffer from. They’re doughnut shaped with Teflon-insulation and fabric-coated earpads. If you have a spare $1399.95, why not give them a go and let us know how they perform.

Moto Kraver Strikes the ‘Brick… And everywhere else

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2008

Moto Kraver Strikes the ‘Brick… And everywhere elseLast night I noticed that Joel at BoingBoing Gadgets discovered an overly in love “fan” of the Motorola Krave who had been trolling their comments for the last few weeks. The dude’s comments seemed oddly familiar. So I checked our own comments here at the ‘Brick. Guess what? He struck here too. A few times.

This brazen bandit doesn’t even wear a mask, freely admitting that he works for Motorola while simultaneously and textually stroking the Krave. Sometimes he mixes it up, but mostly it’s the same old tune, which goes something like this. “This phone is cool, but I think the Motorola Krave is the next big thing hands down. I like the Krave’s touch screen display and 2 megapixel video camera. Check it out online at motorola.com/krave. I’ve been a fan of this thing ever since I started …

Immersion Scarf: When you absolutely, positively need to look like an idiot

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2008

Immersion Scarf: When you absolutely, positively need to look like an idiotThe Immersion scarf will instantly make you look like Snuffleupagus, wearing what amounts to a long erect snout on your face. The idea is that you will always be able to see those important text messages, even in direct bright sunlight. You could probably also play your PSP, or watch the iPod videos too.

Just understand that the humanity around you will be thoroughly creeped the hell out. Seeing one or two of these snout creatures on a park bench would freak me out and make me run home, where I would try to figure out if I was really in some tripped out David Lynch movie or not.

Baked bread now looks like Doctor Who villian

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2008

Baked bread now looks like Doctor Who villian
Kittiwat Unarrom has a master’s degree in fine arts and enjoys making body parts out of bread at a bakery in Thailand. Very realistic and disturbing body parts. They’re made out of dough, raisins, cashews and chocolate. He even paints the outside with edible paint to give it an even more gruesome appearance.

What do I think about it? I’m still trying to figure out why these bread heads look like Sontarans.(A popular Doctor Who villian as any geek knows) They’re horrible. And it doesn’t help that those aluminum plates look like collars. If these things come to life and take over the world, I just wanted you to see who your new masters were.