Today's my last day working for Giz, and in turn, my last day on Earth. Here am I sitting in a tin can, far above the world.
Hey guys. So this is my last time doing the iPhone apps column, because it's my last day at Gizmodo. So it's only fitting that we enter the DANGER ZONE.
Eating is one of life's most important activities, and the same applies in space. Every astronaut eats three times a day, and yesterday for lunch, Adam and I had space food. It was awesome.
For an iPod dock anyway. Most impressive is the woofer and tweeter pushing through a transparent pane of lucite-like plastic in the front. There's also some kind of active EQ that iHome's pretty proud of.
Will I survive?
Ever wake up in a fitful cold sweat with the cutting realization that there're certain areas in your home where you can't watch TV!!??. Then Electronic House's Home of the Year is for you.
This is the Mars Desert Research Station in the Utah desert. Photographer Vincent Fournier went there to make beautiful photographs that capture the loneliness and desolation of humans on Mars. Someday!
First it was Beats by Dre headphones in the locker room, now it's Flip Minos awkwardly distributed onstage at the MVP crowning. By the looks of it, Delonte West is pretty used to the Santa LeBron treatment—he's still waiting for the Range. [Sporting News]
Vice TV, going where no other news outlets dare: This time, it's Segway instruction from an NYC weirdo named Itsy, then stage combat light saber lessons with the NYC Jedi Academy in Brooklyn. Then, fight!
Including epic battles with interstellar octopi, staff blasters and all. Flaunt this obvious fact to the less informed with a t-shirt.
It's no plastic wicker with a plastic daisy on the front, but it's a great idea: structurally combine handlebars and a basket into one piece. Sadly, I think it's a design concept, not a product.
It usually takes me about 60-90 seconds to eat a cupcake; this guy took about 10 minutes with his. On view: the new camcorder function, soft keyboard, browser improvements and YouTube uploads.
Like this new medium-format Bessa III from Voigtlander—one thing film will always have over digital.
Yes, Morse-It can do just about everything possible with Morse code—type in some text, and it will be translated into Morse in beep form as well as full-screen flashes, should you find yourself trapped at sea signaling a nearby frigate to send more caviar.
Can you believe it? If this weekly column didn't exist, Apple would only be at about 999,999,233. I can now die happy: I've made a difference in this world.