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The Internet allows you to get in touch with anyone in the world. This is the case for aspiring actor Ross Gosla. He badly wants to be in the new Star Wars trilogy, directed by J.J. Abrams. To do that, he has turned to the web to show off his acting skills. To learn more about his quest to be a Jedi, we spoke to Ross.
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Thanks to Dave Hax, the child in you is going to love this. To make a mini bow and arrow you really only a need a few things- a popsicle stick, Q-tip, and some floss. Who out of the hosts would win a mini bow and arrow war?
What? Most of us have been saying it the wrong way this whole time? It just so happens that Steve Wilhit, the inventor of the Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) clarified its actual pronunciation at the Webby Awards. The micro-movie is actually said with a "J" sound and not a "G." Check out Jonathan Mann's song of the day that breaks down this collective "aha" moment.
It's a geeky dad's proudest moment... Four-year-old Mia Grace proves to the world that she is an expert in the Marvel Universe. You can see dad beaming with pride as this geek-in-the-making lists off the four members of the Fantastic Four and other super hero trivia, like it ain't no thing.
Zombies have been all the rage in pop culture over the last few years. Isn't it about time you threw a zombie party? Well, to help you out, here are a few tricks on how to throw the perfect zombie party. We'll bring the brains.
If you're into the whole electronic dance music (or EDM) scene, then this product has your name all over it. Vojta Stolbenko is a Poi Pro! What is Poi, you ask? It's a performance art performance that involves swinging tethered weights through a variety of rhythmical and geometric patterns. The art originated with the Māori people of New Zealand. But if you're ready to learn how to spin Poi yourself, be ready to spend $1,500.
Household Hacker always has the best how-to videos. This time, they've teamed up with Crazy Russian Hacker to make some homemade silly string. It looks like a fun way to make quite the mess.
While this guy was sitting in a hospital and he decided to take a piece of paper and surf the air conditioning with it. Magic?
Will Google Glass be the next "it" gadget or simply a passing phase we'll look back on and shudder? Watch this panel of "experts" sound off on the pros and cons for the device. Pro? You can take pictures of what you're seeing with a simple wink. Con? You'll look like a total pervert when you do that to girls you don't know. Another good point. How on Earth didn't Google decide on "Googly Eyes" instead of Google Glass? Check out College Humor's video for more input on this curious device.
Welp, here's yet another reason for Steven to freak out... Robots can do double back handsprings now.
This incredible new technology comes from scientists in Japan. The researchers developed technology that is able to measure a person's pulse by just using a video camera. Through software, the camera is able to pick up your facial through facial recognition in real time.
Google Glass is one of the coolest new gadgets out there but it has proven to have unwanted side effects. Watch Mashable's enlightening PSA that points out exactly what you should avoid in order for you not to become a "Glasshole." In extreme cases, some Google Glass users exhibit social ineptitude. One dead giveaway that you're abusing the device is if you start to think you're smarter than everyone else. Nobody likes a know-it-all.
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