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Shotgun Chair

This chair is the work of Alexander Reh. The meat of the chair consists of 450 .12 gauge shotgun shells. The brass ends of the shells supposedly create a massaging texture

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Ok, i would buy that, and most likely use it too.

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Rubix Cube for blind people

There are six different basic materials involved. They are Metal, wood, textile, rubber, plastic and stone. Different materials give people different senses, which thus enabled the blind men to play. And here we present the very example of this inspiration – The new Rubik Cube.

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I can’t even get the real Rubik’s cube sloved, but this one looks interesting, if not for the cool surfaces anyway.

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Deep Thought?

BOFFINS at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have got a computer to find out the answer to an algorithm before they actually asked it.

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I wonder if it will be able to answer the ultimate question of life, the universe and everytyhing.

Although, google can already do that for us: the answer

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MS Paint masterpiece

thats a 700 x 10000 pixel image made entirely in MS Paint. Its amazing!

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Go to space cheap!

Want to go to space?

Want to go to space but not have to pay hundards of thousands, even millions of dollars?

Then this is for you:

The planned launch sometime in March of a rocket carrying the ashes of actor James Doohan, who played chief engineer Montgomery Scott on “Star Trek,” and Mercury program astronaut Gordon Cooper will give a fitting send-off to two men who helped popularise human space exploration.

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“It broadens the market, which is important to us because our whole business plan is about getting more people access to space,” said Harvin Moore of Space Services Inc. of Houston, which is sponsoring the ashes flight.

“Space needs to be affordable for all in some way.

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It’s an interesting concept, I’ll give the company that.  Actually, they’ve got me interested…..

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Guess Vista Relese Date, win prize!

In an effort to promote the next release of Windows Vista outside of the US, Microsoft is offering a chance for users in Europe and the Middle East to win prizes if they can guess the launch date of the next version of its Windows OS, according to a company website.
In addition to a first-prize trip for one person to spend three nights in a four-star hotel and attend the launch – the location of which has not been disclosed – Microsoft is offering second-, third- and fourth-prize winners an Xbox 360, and fifth- to 10th-place winners an Xbox Core System.

Wow.

Anyone got any guesses?

My sources say spring 2007 most likely…

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