11 miles of Floss


You need to bid on this auction now.  Hell, you don’t even need to bid, it’s Buy it Now.  Quickly, before someone buys all 100 miles of it.  What exactly do you need 11 miles of floss for, well, that’s for you to answer.  I’m just providing you with the solution to the question.  And … Continued



Have you heard of /robin?  It’s the latest April Fools craze on Reddit. There’s still plenty that nobody knows about this experiment, but I will say this, it’s been fun spending parts of the weekend playing around on it.  In smaller groups of say 50 people it’s not bad, but 100 or more start to … Continued

Listen to Static


Have you ever wanted to hear what static sounds like?  Ever since the days of analog TV went away, kids now don’t know what static is.  Well, with this device, called an Elkctrosluch, you can listen in to the unique static sounds of electromagnetic radiation all around you. Now after you listened to that, how … Continued

Magnet Fishing


Did you know of this “sport”  I never heard of it until I stumbled upon this imgur album.  Basically, people attach a strong magnet to a rope and throw it into rivers and bodies of water hoping to find sunken treasure, or murder weapons, or un-exploded ordinance.  In reality, all they seem to find is … Continued

Dot Matrix Coffee Printer


This isn’t exactly dot matrix printing, but the effect is similar.  It’s nothing ground breaking, but it is cool, albeit useless.  Some people at RIT came up with machine that will reproduce pictures given to it as prints made with drops of coffee.  The coffee part isn’t required, any colored liquid will do, but coffee … Continued

Windows 95 on Nintendo DS


For some reason, GBA Temp user shutterbug2000 decided to try and get Windows 95 up and running on a Nintendo DS.  He succeed.  But I’m not entirely sure what the purpose of it is. It doesn’t really do much yet, and the whole setup seems awkward.  There’s no real way to control the thing yet from … Continued



It’s a Christmas tradition.  The fries are done.

Coconut Camera


Canadian photographer Kotama Bouabane takes pictures with a coconut.  Not a coconut shell around a small camera, an actual coconut.  He’s hollowed out a coconut, cut it in half, and drilled a hole in it which he attaches a pulls a piece of tape across the hole that exposes light sensitive paper sandwiched between the … Continued

Centrifuged Espresso


You can file this under the “why?” category.  The same one that has the motto: just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.  But then again, this is Deadly Computer, we push the limits of things we can do. Way back in 2007, James Hoffman got himself a centrifuge.  He then decided that he wanted … Continued

The Stumble Gun


Stumble Time 1234.  It’s been some time, but then again, I always say that, and still, here we are.  This month’s addition has quite alot of videos.  Be it in .gif format, or webm format, either way, there are a high proportion of moving photos, I have warned you.  Now, onto the funness: