Author Archives: Vamien Mckalin

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Info: Vamien Mckalin is a tech enthusiast with a strong love for reggae and rock music. Oh, and yes, he is your father.
Eco Friendly February 18, 2019 posted by Vamien Mckalin

B.Y.O containers are the future of grocery shopping

Protecting the environment should be the focus of every living human being, and one of the best ways to do this is to change how we shop for groceries. For decades we’ve been collecting our goods in plastic bags, but a huge change is taking place. Supermarket chains in several countries around the world are demanding that shoppers bring their own reusable bags. By going down this route, it’s possible for us as a species to decrease the number of…

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B.Y.O containers are the future of grocery shopping
Bookmark This! September 28, 2013 posted by Vamien Mckalin

Filmillion – cool online game is a 20 questions for movies

Ever played 20 questions? Fun isn’t it? Well just recently I came across a site called Filmillion, which is an online version of that game focused on movies. Basically, the website requires that you answer 30 questions to help guess the movie you’re thinking about, and would you believe that it actually works? I kid you not.

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Filmillion – cool online game is a 20 questions for movies
Gadgets September 26, 2013 posted by Vamien Mckalin

Tremor FX – new vibrating seat system should rock your boat in your own living room

Have you ever been to a movie theater and enjoyed vibrating seats as part of the entertainment? You will either love it or think it is weird, but now you can take that experience home with you and make your movies really shake your life in your own living room. The TremorFX is a new breed of wireless vibration seating which looks like it could do the job.

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Tremor FX – new vibrating seat system should rock your boat in your own living room
but is it art? September 24, 2013 posted by Vamien Mckalin

This 16 foot Star Wars AT-ST replica could be yours – at a price

One of the most prominent vehicles in the Star Wars universe is the All Terrain Scout Transport, aka the AT-ST. It’s big, menacing and great for getting out of traffic jams. Well if you have the dough, it is now possible for you to purchase a life-size replica of the AT-ST for a seriously eye watering price of £9,800, which is approximately $15,700 USD.

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This 16 foot Star Wars AT-ST replica could be yours – at a price
but is it art? September 23, 2013 posted by Vamien Mckalin

Lightsaber Knife – how to make your own stylish DIY wedding cake cutter

For those who are planning to get married or renew vows, here’s a chance to do it in fine style. Just imagine, what if you could bring your own little piece of Star Wars to your wedding? Your significant other might not be too happy, but at the end of the day, you and your buddies would probably geek out with screams loud enough to make a deaf person hear again.

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Lightsaber Knife – how to make your own stylish DIY wedding cake cutter
future tech September 14, 2013 posted by Vamien Mckalin

Scientists create world’s thinnest sheet of glass at only two atoms thick, insurance companies fret

Scientists at Cornwell University have managed to create the world’s thinnest sheet of glass, but don’t expect it to feature in your smartphone any time soon. Heck, if and when it does, you might never know, because it would play a role behind the scenes where your eyes can’t see. From what we understand, this sheet of ‘graphene glass‘ measures two atoms thick, so you wouldn’t want to drop it, nor would you want to drop anything on it, yourself…

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Scientists create world’s thinnest sheet of glass at only two atoms thick, insurance companies fret
Bizarre September 10, 2013 posted by Vamien Mckalin

The aliens are coming, the aliens are coming…Alabama terrified

In today’s world where almost everyone is connected to the Internet, who would have thought that a mere radio ad would have people running around all over the place in the belief that an alien invasion is upon us. Orson Welles famously triggered mass hysteria over the radio waves in 1938 with his War of The Worlds broadcast, but in 2013? Really?

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The aliens are coming, the aliens are coming…Alabama terrified