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Rolling Through the Bay

From  Scott Weaver Rolling through the bay is an abstract toothpick sculpture of San Francisco. It has about 100,000 of toothpicks. The amazing part, is that is has four ping pong ball paths that roll through different landmarks of San Francisco. I have spent about 3000 hours on it over a period of 34 years and the only glue I use is Elmer’s. “

Rolling Through the Bay

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ISS Will Broadcast First Streaming HD Video of Earth

From popsci ” A Canadian company called UrtheCast (don’t ask us why it’s spelled this way) arranged a deal with Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, to bring two cameras to the International Space Station sometime later this year, where they will be mounted on the exterior. The video will be downlinked to Earth and broadcast online.”

Best Cookie Packaging Ever

The Guy With The Afro Is Manga Character Afro Tanaka

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USB U-Socket

From fastmac ” U-Socket is a duplex AC receptacle with built-in USB ports that can power any device that is capable of being charged via a 5V power adapter, but without the need for the power adapter! When a U-Socket replaces a traditional 3-prong AC wall socket. “

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Conan O’Brien Editors: Apple Final Cut Pro X Is Easy To Use

BALLS + HEART: Director Stephen Reedy

From alexpardee ” Zerofriends director @StephenReedy made the 1st viral resume. Read this, watch his resume here & hire him! NOW! ”

BALLS + HEART: Director Stephen Reedy in 1 minute or your money back from Stephen Reedy+ZerofriendsFilms on Vimeo.

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New York governor signs same-sex marriage bill into law

From CNNAlbany, New York (CNN) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the state’s marriage equality bill hours after it passed the Republican-controlled Senate on Friday night, making it the sixth state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. “

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ANTHRAX “Fight’em ’til You Can’t” Free Download

From Anthrax ” Anthrax fans are the most loyal fans ever. You’ve been waiting a long, long time for us to release new music.  With Joey back in the band, we know that the anticipation is really high, and we love you for that. So, as a way for us to say THANK YOU, we decided to make our brand-new track, “Fight’em ’til You Can’t,” available as a free download, giving all of you a taste of what’s to come on our first new studio album in eight years – “Worship Music” that will be out September 13. Thank you for sticking with us my friends and now join us on this zombie killing thrill ride we call “Fight’em ’til You Can’t.”

DOWNLOAD: http://bit.ly/fightem

BANG YOUR HEADS!!! ”

ANTHRAX “Fight’em ’til You Can’t” Free Download

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Japanese Theme Park To Take The Title of ‘World’s Steepest Rollercoaster’

From dailymail.co.uk A new rollercoaster in Japan – which will boast the steepest vertical drop of any ride in the world - is set to raise the bar for thrill-seekers. On July 16th, the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park, in the shadow of Mount Fuji in Yamanash, will unveil the stomach-flipping Takabisha ride – an attraction that includes seven major twists over 1000 metres of track, and a nerve-jangling drop of 43 metres. “

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Miss You Greeting Card

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New Japanese Pop Idol – Not Real

From singularityhub ” This past Sunday, Ezaki Glico, the candy company which aired the commercial, confirmed what many of AKB 48’s fans had come to suspect: Aimi Eguchi wasn’t real. The new group member, it turns out, was a computer-generated composite of the real band members. Her pretty face was actually made up of the “best features” of six other members: her eyes, nose, mouth, hair/body, face outline and eyebrows were not flesh-and-blood, but cut-and-paste. “

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