Andrew Liszewski
andrewliszewski
Contributing Editor
11/23/18
2:18 PM
2

When I was younger we made up lyrics to the ‘level complete’ tune that played at the end of each level in Super Mario World. “Oh, yeah, baby, we did it again, we beat another level in Mario land!” And yes, we knew it was Super Mario WORLD, but ‘land’ rhymed better and we were all just happy to willfully ignore the

8/1/18
1:10 PM
1

This may explain some questions about the home assistant component of our HAL 9000: HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker edition supports the Bluetooth 4.0 specification for connecting to and playing audio from sources such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, and personal computers. HAL 9000 is compatible with online virtual Read more

7/31/18
5:53 PM
1

Sorry for the confusion...here is what is posted on our campaign site: HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker edition supports the Bluetooth 4.0 specification for connecting to and playing audio from sources such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, and personal computers. HAL 9000 is compatible with online virtual assistants that Read more

7/31/18
5:53 PM
1

Sorry for the confusion...here is what is posted on our campaign site: HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker edition supports the Bluetooth 4.0 specification for connecting to and playing audio from sources such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, and personal computers. HAL 9000 is compatible with online virtual assistants that Read more

11/27/17
9:28 AM
1

Maybe consider visiting Boston instead? What about Dallas? I hear it’s also a city. Ooh! Denver, you should just go to Denver.

7/12/17
4:54 PM
15

Gonna jump in here and answer a few questions. Firstly, full disclosure, while I did once write regularly for Jalopnik, I now work at Navdy. Read more

7/12/17
1:57 PM
7

I’ve been using a Navdy for about 3 months now and totally love it. The interface works really well. I don’t use the swipe feature much since the remote is right where my thumb is. It wont work in all cars (looking at you Prius) if the dash is sloped the wrong way. My only wish was that the screen was larger. BTW It’s Read more

3/12/17
12:54 PM
1

So this is an old post of yours, but how did you eventually get it fixed? I seem to be banned from Giz and it’s verticals, though I can’t figure out why so I’m assuming it’s a mistake (though maybe I pissed off the wrong person). Others, like Deadspin and Lifehacker, are fine. But no one can see my posts on Giz or IO9.

3/10/17
9:04 AM
2

No. It’s useless. Google really needs to get their messaging crap together.

9/19/16
1:31 PM
3

Andrew, this incident is believed to have been because the model’s construction was not fully tested. The construction of these aircraft when they approach the sheer size put on display here, sacrifice strength in order to keep the aircraft’s weight under the legal weight limits.
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9/19/16
12:59 PM
7

220+ lbs is not light and gravity would indeed affect this aircraft.Which is why I said the g-forces are what did this aircraft in, not the lift of this aircraft.
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9/19/16
10:57 AM
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Here’s hoping that the engines and avionics survived.

9/19/16
10:54 AM
17

It’s not the lift that causes the stress. It’s the extreme g-forces that a replica can be subjected to from such a high thrust-to-weight ratio. This, combined with the control surfaces of the aircraft having a high degree of travel. As these models scale up, the lighter and more fragile they become because the model Read more

5/24/16
2:43 PM
1

One thing we have determined through testing is that the app will notify you if your car moves e.g. somebody bumps into it. So, it can be used to detect if people hit your car if you are within a reasonable range of the device, such as a coffee shop. Read more