Machine of Death is an anthology of speculative short stories about people who know how (but not when) they are going to die. The authors got clever and asked everyone who was planning to buy the book to do so on the day it was released, Oct. 26, so they could place high on the Amazon sales charts.
Author: Adam Hails
So some folks created 40 proof chocolate milk. My first question, of course, is why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? I mean….40 proof chocolate milk of course means 40 proof breakfast cereal. Don’t act like you weren’t thinking it!
With all the hoopla (yeah that’s right, I said “hoopla.” I got tired of “hype”) surrounding pop up stores and store concepts it’s easy to forget where they came from. Pop up stores have their roots in food trucks; mobile businesses that go directly to their customers and fill a niche in the food world.
So Augmented Reality has been building for years now and has finally been seeing some mainstream application, but now there’s a new kid on the block: Diminished Reality.
New studies have shown that music, and by extension background noise in general, affects the way food tastes and how you experience it. This to some extent, explains why airline food is always viewed as terrible; the sheer amount of background noise you are constantly exposed to literally drowns out the taste.
So I’m not sure how many people out there have read “Daemon or “Freedom” by Daniel Suarez but this new gaming App for the iPhone from Finnish Developer Grey Area is similar enough to...
Something that’s been popping up recently, and quite a bit for that matter, is the concept of re-purposing older, no longer useful things as luxury items. Now I don’t mean the used pencils I have all over my apartment, or maybe digging bottles out of the trash, I mean something that tells a story.
Carstaches are the male counterpart to Carlashes: both are ridiculous and will be torn off your car in a matter of days.
So Spider-Man’s Broadway musical Turn Off The Dark is a thing.
Crowdsourced Cuisine at it’s best.