Even if the entire world says you can’t do something, even if you yourself think it might be impossible, and even if it sounds totally crazy to do, with enough effort and skill and talent and tools and hard work, you can do it. That’s the lesson of this video where Kevin of krtwood turns a bunch of kitchen sponges…
Maybe it’s because they look like cheese puffs? I don’t know. But seeing this visual simulation of 1.3 million orange cheese puffy-ish particles get thrown into a bowl and the cascading physics that results because of that thought experiment basically stole my eyeballs for much longer than it should have.
It could be that piece of wood spinning endlessly or the fact that it's hard to take your eyes off someone doing his job so skillfully, I don't know. But watching David Earle turning a big piece of elm wood into a perfect salad bowl is truly an hypnotizing experience.
It's game time. You're hosting, which makes you the quarterback of the party. Your friend blitzes you with a six-pack of warm beer. Don't let this blitz get in the way of getting blitzed. Here are two tried and true fast beer-cooling techniques... and one harebrained scheme.
Slow-motion video is nothing new to sporting events, but this NAC camera is really upping the stakes at this weekend's Super Bowl. It'll capture every kick, tackle and fight in glorious 1000fps footage, almost doubling what current cameras capture.
Yeah, yeah—men are disgusting. We get it. But has the gender really let itself go to the point that we need a man bowl? Yeah, that's a dog bowl that says "MAN" on it. Because you eat like
Every college student or kitchen-illiterate manchild knows that the worst part of making mac and cheese or pasta is the straining—either because you don't want another dish to wash or you just plain don't own a colander.
In reality, it's just a simple bowl made from cardboard honey comb and vacuum formed acetate. But in my mind, it looks like the shell of an alien egg. Imagine eating out of an alien egg. Mmm.
This product, from the possibly-crazed minds at Philips, is weird enough—basically a stress-detecting bracelet and bowl—but the teaser for it has more tension than a thriller's trailer. Just imagine: "One man. One bracelet. In a race against time."
It's not quite as cool as the Eatmecrunchy bowl, but the Spilt Milk cereal bowl does have one advantage—it is made out of flexible silicone.
Even if you are a Giants fan like me, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about the Super Bowl. It's an excuse to drink beer, eat little cocktail weenies—and get great gadget deals.
Sure, this soup is great. Yeah, I'm really enjoying it. Aw, crap—the spoon's only gone and tipped the freaking bowl all over my Diesels. Well, not anymore, friends. Please welcome Flavour Design's problem solving bowl, cleverly titled, And the Dish Ran Away With the Spoon. It is so simple it will make you cry about…
Someone, somewhere, gets to design these weird and wonderful USB hubs: and this one is perhaps the craziest we've seen. It's a four-way hub with a fishbowl. With a plastic fish, a couple of shells, a splash of greenery and real water. And it illuminates, cycling through four different colors. It's fantastic,…
What happens when you take a talking dog bowl and add automatic feeding to it? You get an Automatic Electronic Pet Feeder with Voice Recorder, of course.
Click to viewYeah, we know, the commercials were better than the game again this year, even though it was a pretty good Super Bowl for Colts fans at least. There were a lot more HD spots in this year's game compared to last year's, too.
Do you like to eat cereal...in the dark? Well get a flashlight and a regular bowl, because this Light Up Cereal bowl isn't a real bowl! It's just a light made up of fake milk and fake fruit loops which lights up when you touch the spoon.
Although a dog bowl that plays back a recorded message for your dog may seem like a good idea at first, it really isn't. Sure, the "comforting your pet while you're away" angle is nice, but what about when you're home?