Al Franken draws a map of the United States freehand from memory while answering questions about healthcare and other topics at a fundraiser for his Senate campaign at Capitol City Brewing Company, 14 Jul 2008. He later auctioned off the map. Source
In that box is Lamborghini Reventon number one of twenty. Apparently, it's the only example which will be sold privately via a traditional dealership -- in this case, Lamborghini of Las Vegas. The other nineteen were all spoken for before ever leaving the factory. We've attached a sampling of photos here, but to see the complete, step-by-step [...]
Seriously, who do they want to stop from ramming into the unsecured baggage claim area? Airport security is becoming more and more of a joke every day.
Good god... If I did the math right, it comes to 13,996 GB. Source
Security Sticker Defeats Product Key In Showdown Of Annoying Security Devices See, I try to be a good guy and purchase a retail copy of Windows XP to use on my Macbook. But the stupid security sticker is covering up the last five digits of the product key, and trying to remove the security sticker tears the label. I give up. Source
AT&T, Your world delivered. To the NSA. Snipped from a BLF missive: The Billboard Liberation Front today announced a major new advertising improvement campaign executed on behalf of clients AT&T and the National Security Agency. Focusing on billboards in the San Francisco area, this improvement action is designed to promote and [...]
At first i was like "Oh shit, a bunch of crap is about to fall out" then i got close enough to realize that it was just a badass painting... that's a dog in the bottom left.
Asus use to make a laptop called the s200, also known as the JVC MiniNote or Victor Interlink, which came with a 8.9 inch screen at 1024x600 resolution. Placing a JVC Mininote xp5230 side by side with an Asus eeePC: They're practically the same size, and it was very surprising that Asus didn't go with the 8.9" screen originally, but I guess it all [...]
Right Click -> Save Target As... Source
Flickr user musely gets a gold star today for both effort and execution, for this clever series of shots lining up currency with the D.C. buildings depicted on them. We suspect this is one of those things that seems simple, but in practice is a lot more difficult than it looks to get everything in focus and lined up perfectly. The nice thing about [...]