So today is my last day at Gizmodo. Or, well, Friday was, and by now I am relaxing somewhere not thinking about gadgets. But in any case, I'm done.
For reasons I'll get into at a later date, Matt, Barrett and I are currently working from a Hooters in midtown Manhattan with free Wi-Fi. Here are 25 sites their content filter will not let us access.
This woman claims to be magnetic. I mean, look at all those small, light, metal objects sticking to her! But you've gotta wonder if they're not just sticking to a thick layer of dried sweat.
You know that potential employers check your Facebook profile, right? Here's the absolute worst-case scenario if that were to happen. [Wiseguy Pictures]
We've all seen the trailer for The Social Network (MARK!), but Zuckerberg's not the only rich nerd being played in a movie by someone more attractive than he really is: a Google movie is in the works.
Cosmo's sex advice always seemed a little suspect to me ever since the time a girl tried to press a cantaloupe up on my grundle mid-coitus*. But hey, maybe I just wasn't adventurous enough for her forward-thinking ways!
Apparently, you need a special bag for when you go shopping for fresh produce and sundries at your local farmer's market, and that bag is the Cornucopia Bag.
The Tablecloth Hour is an arcade game in Tokyo's Taito station. It's a game in which you try to pull a tablecloth off a table without disturbing the dishes. Yep.
If you're a long-time Giz reader, you might remember Clocky, the alarm clock with wheels, from 2006. Well, say hello to the follow-up: Tocky.
Here's an unsettling product: the iPhone Spy Stick. It's a USB stick that, when plugged into an iPhone, can recover all sorts of info that you thought you deleted.
That right there is a picture of Rachel Stieringer's baby taking some wicked bong rips. She was arrested for posting the picture on Facebook.
Want more space on your PS3? Install a new HDD. It's very easy. Too lazy/rich? Well, soon there will be 160GB and 320GB models for you to upgrade to, then.
Got some free time next month? Well, JetBlue is offering up a deal where you can fly as many times as you want in 30 days for one reasonable flat rate.
Earth's orbit is cluttered with dead satellites and other assorted space junk, making it increasingly dangerous for the ISS and new satellites. DARPA's solution? Catch 'em all in a big ol' net.
Do you know how the second hand works in your watch? How about a constant velocity joint? Well, let these awesome GIFs teach you a thing or two.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen wanted to work with Apple, he really did. But Apple didn't want to work with them. These things happen!