Physicist, artist and copywriter David Neevel is all business, which is to say he's all about the cookie. Neevel so abhors creme filling, he built an Oreo Separator Machine (OSM) to first split the tasty sandwich in twain, and then flay its frosty white coating by way of a carefully calibrated CNC machine.*
The Messenger spacecraft has photographed some neat craters on Mercury's surface and NASA thinks they look like the cookie monster. What kind of magic cookies are you eating, NASA? Hmmm, wait. I think they are right.
Pizza and cookie dough, joined together in the same orgasmic culinary sensation-causing freezable box at last! What technological advances DiGiorno made in ensuring the pepperoni doesn't spoil the chocolate chips, I'll never know.
I've been accused of tweeting too much more than once, but I've finally discovered the perfect excuse: I'm going to claim that someone is turning my every tweet into a cookie like this and donating it to a starving child.
In a line of code in Google's Chromium, a reference was found to a "login manager," which is being taken to mean a single sign-in for all programs on the OS. But what does that mean for non-Google software?
I used to chew Lego all the time as a kid, so a cookie roller that imprints 2x2 Lego bricks sounds tasty. It's got a stainless steel handle and silicon grip, and can be picked up for $10. [Lego]
LG's upcoming KP500 smartphone is aimed at the entry-level end of the smartphone market, which kinda tallies with its cute-ish codename of Cookie. With quad-band GSM, GRPS/EDGE, a 3-inch touchscreen, accelerometer, Bluetooth, FM radio and 3MP camera, it doesn't sound too low end—until you learn that it'll only record…
Professional lighting designers know about throwing a pattern of light on a wall, using what they call a cookie (cucalorus), a metal pattern slipped into a holder just next to the projected light. Now, Reveal projects a stationary pattern of a window onto the wall, and it also makes a shadow of trees move as if…