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Tetris Alarm Clock – sit back and watch time disappear

Tetris is one of the most well known games in the world. Even people that don’t play games have played this block puzzler. It’s a retro classic. If you love making lines, check out the Tetris Alarm Clock, the clock where time builds itself up, on block at a time.


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Fondoodler – the hot cheese gun

Sometimes you see a product and don’t know how long you survived without having it in your life. The Fondoodler is that product for me. If you like crafting and food and want to put them together, the Fondoodler will combine your dreams into a delicious reality.


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Fun & Games November 30, 2016

Selk’bag Star Wars – relive your spic space fantasies with these wearable sleeping bags

Wearable sleeping bags are one of the modern world’s greatest achievements. Bet Luke wishes he had one while out there in a galaxy far, far away. He didn’t but you can! And even better, you can get one themed to match your favorite flick. The Selk’bag Star Wars edition is the geeky sleeping bag of all your dreams.


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Selk’bag Star Wars – relive your spic space fantasies with these wearable sleeping bags

NSATMF Lab – this fun website will teach you a thing or two about the world

The world works in mysterious ways. Well, not really, maybe in 1690 it was mysterious but science has pretty much gotten a handle on how things happen on this great blue ball and beyond. Still, some of these concepts may be challenging to explain. The National Science and Technology Medals Foundation: Labs has three fun “experiments” you can use to waste some time learning.


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On Serebu Toilet Noise Blocker – keep it discreet with this charm

Everybody uses the bathroom but using public ones can be a little embarrassing. So embarrassing that some people opt out of using them all together. If you’re bashful about the noises you make when using the potty, check out the On Serebu Toilet Noise Blocker, the little charm that will block out the sound of your business while you do your business.


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Mercedes solves Trolley Problem – just pick the driver

If you’ve been paying attention to the world of technology, self-driving cars are totally a thing that is going to happen but there’s been one problem. How do we program them to make the “right” choice in a crash? When it comes to who dies and lives in a Mercedes, they’ve picked the driver.


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Amazon Echo vs Echo Dot V 2.0 – can your life assistant really be digital? [Review]
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Amazon Echo vs Echo Dot V 2.0 – can your life assistant really be digital? [Review]

The Amazon Echo and Echo Dot hands free ‘intelligent’ home controllers have been on the market for some time now, but with the new release of the Echo Dot Version 2.0 we thought it was a great excuse to check out some state of the art tech. Especially since Amazon is constantly extending the features of the Echo and the rather clever voice assistant called Alexa. Of course there’s no shortage of rivals – step up Siri, Cortana and Google...
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Most of our phones come with built-in audio recording options for us to use however we want. They’re generally more functional than they are sneaky. Snipback is the voice recorder for people who need to be a little more subtle in their lives.

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