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Go to Google (or your Google search bar), type ‘let it snow’ and hit enter. SURPRISE, it starts snowing and the screen frosts over. Oh man, just wait till you tell your mom — she’s gonna get such a kick out of this!
Thanks to brianna, Jason, The Grinch (get outta here with your little-ass heart!) and Court, who still make it snow the old fashioned way: praying it won’t so their flight isn’t canceled. Works every time!Related Posts:
Yesterday’s colorful-yet-gothic poster and this first trailer’s eagerness to boast of coming “from the producer of Alice in Wonderland” really makes it seem like Universal would love for us to believe Snow White and the Huntsman is a fanciful morsel left dangling off Tim Burton’s ass after he crapped out his Lewis Carroll adaptation. And it’s a shame, that, because the actual visuals contained in this trailer are astoundingly better than the studio’s cowardly, Burton-dingleberry scenario imply.Related Posts:
OK, so the Level 10 GT was a significantly more practical than its BMW designed fore-bearer, but it lacked a bit pizzazz that the OG version brought to the desk. The Snow Edition restores some of its gaudy flair by slathering its accents and protrusions in glossy white paint. In fact, it looks quite a lot like the version we spotted in NVIDIA’s booth at Computex in May. The roughly $ 280 case isn’t for the casual system builder, but DIYers who cherish style, silence (HotHardware called it, “easily one of the quietest full-sized ATX cases”) and expandability it’s a small price to pay. Or, to put it in colloquial terms, this is a bad-ass enclosure. Check out the source link for a thorough review.
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There really should be no argument when I say that a case for your iPhone 4 is nothing short of necessary. Unless you’ve got cash to burn, the iPhone is just too damn expensive to leave unprotected. The only problem is that most of them make your phone pretty clunky, which sucks since Apple works hard to make the iPhone as slim as possible. Unfortunately, the only trade-off for all the heft is protection against impact. But what if you drop your iPhone in the toilet?
The folks at Catalyst have an answer for you: EscapeCapsule.
This thing is more than just a tough exo-skeleton. Made from a high-impact clear polycarbonate, the case protects against water, rain, snow, sand, mud, impacts, scratches… everything. Did I mention water? You can also double-check whether or not the case is securely sealed around the phone through the clear shell.
Catalyst says the phone’s hardware buttons are protected through a specially designed membrane, as is the touchscreen. The camera works surprisingly well with the cover on, proof of which can be found in the video on the project’s Kickstarter page. The case also comes with an attached lanyard to go around your wrist while you’re playing in the ocean with your iPhone. Because with the EscapeCapsule, you can play in the ocean with your iPhone. Crazy.
The case comes in a number of colors, but if you make a pledge on Kickstarter you’ll get Catalyst’s Kickstarter-only edition Capsule — a green case with a white glow-in-the-dark rubber bumper and a glow-in-the-dark lanyard. It’ll take a $ 50 pledge to pre-order your very own EscapeCapsule, which is an OK deal considering Catalyst plans to sell the case for $ 70 when it officially becomes a reality.
As of right now, Catalyst has 28 days to reach its $ 30,000 funding goal. It has thus far received $ 3,780. Head on over to Kickstarter to check out a video of the EscapeCapsule in action.
Distributing your OS digitally certainly makes for an easy upgrade, but what happens when your hard disk spontaneously combusts — taking Lion’s recovery partition with it? Unless you planned ahead and rolled your own install image, you were stuck taking an arduous and painful detour back to Snow Leopard before being given the chance to re-up with Cupertino’s latest. That changes today, with the Lion Recovery Disk Assistant, a utility that duplicates the OS’s recovery partition onto an external drive of your choosing — allowing you to boot directly into an installer which’ll re-download the latest jungle cat, sans sojourn to 10.6. To do so, you’ll need an external drive larger than 1GB, a machine running Lion, and the 1MB assistant we’ve linked below. Godspeed Apple fanboys, but to the rest of you — now would be a pretty good time to verify those backups are still in working order, yeah?
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If you live in Michigan, then you know it gets cold, and often enough; you break out either a snowblower or shovel to do the deed of clearing the driveway. Using a snowblower isn’t exactly good for the environment — no matter which way you look at it — and using a shovel isn’t exactly an efficient use of human energy. So check out this hybrid of the two: man + machine.
A man named Craig recently wrote into Makezine and shared his story of his Human-powered snow plow:
The custom 3-wheel bike with sidecar was made years ago, a replica of a bike my childhood friend had. Last winter I added a snow plow accessory. Up to 1 inch of snow doesn’t make it worthwhile to fire up my big 8HP snowthrower. And shoveling my 90′ long driveway by hand can be too much. So my bike plow makes it easy to make a few runs up and down the driveway to make 2 or 3 piles that can then be easily hand shoveled off to the side. A lever pulls up or lets down the plow with a rope and pulley. Pulling the lever all the way back cantilevers the rope and pivot point so it locks in place. The plow blade is hinged with a bungee cord, so hitting a discrepancy in the road allows the blade to flop and give like a real plow. The bike can turn on a dime so raising the plow and returning up the adjacent path is quick and easy. I can do ‘reverse’ by pushing down on the front wheel with my foot to roll it backwards.Totally useless with larger snow falls, but the light ones make snow removal fun. (yes, my neighbors do think I’m odd)