It May Be The Best WoW Costume Yet, But It Makes Me Cry...Cupcake Frosting Robot Takes The Fun Out Of Licking Up Messes...Palm Will Not Be Having A Very Merry Christmas...Personalized Google News Pages Appeal To The Narcissists In Us

It May Be The Best WoW Costume Yet, But It Makes Me Cry

Right now this kid is probably thinking that he's the coolest MMMORPG player on the block with his costume that comes with a LED health bar, mana bar and spell casting glove, but I have the feeling that he'll be haunted by the glowing fairy companions of Halloweens past one day. I, on the other hand, already feel haunted by the misguided costume ideas of this particular Halloween. [Make]

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Cupcake Frosting Robot Takes The Fun Out Of Licking Up Messes

The MakerBot Frostruder MK2 is the second prototype of a computer controlled cupcake froster. It looks kinda cool, but is it really necessary to build a robot for consistently frosted cupcakes, cakes, and toast? I'd rather use the time saved to nibble on the "defective" inconsistently frosted treats. [Makerbot via Make]

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Palm Will Not Be Having A Very Merry Christmas

Things worse than creepy commercials loom on the horizon for Palm as analysts at Citigroup and CL King are predicting a rough winter for the handset maker. Part of the reasoning is the release of several Android handsets including the much discussed Motorola Droid over the next few months. Is it really surprising that people would flock to the new and shiny toys of the season? [All Things D]

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Personalized Google News Pages Appeal To The Narcissists In Us

Google News now allows for personalized pages with multiple queries (rather than the single query sections of the past) which are publishable in a directory. Not really all that exciting, but as Techcrunch suggests, the best use for this feature is as the ideal vanity search, rounding up everything you didn't even know was online about yourself. [Google News Blog via TechCrunch]