In an episode of The Simpson's called The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace, Homer appears to write a valid solution to defeat Fermat's Last Theorem on a blackboard. But given that Fermat's last theorem is proven, is it real?
Dave Forbes is the proud owner of a 160x120 LED video coat that puts Joseph's Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to shame. It covers him front to back and plays Simpson's episodes in a full body, color display.
Nokia, in an effort to gather interest on their upcoming X3 touchscreen + keypad phone, just made an Apple-like promo video. Unfortunately, they got Homer "one transition" Simpson to direct it. Also, it's lens-flarey. [Business Insider]
TomTom users have the notable perk that they can "skin" their GPS with celebrity voices. But I couldn't ride with Homer Simpson for five minutes before throwing his spastic ass right out the window. Here's the clip:
Unlike the television show, the Simpson's official merchandise line usually sucks big time. This USB hub is no different; the six inches of plastic will spin around and yell, "Woo-hoo!" Everytime you plug in for some juice... every damn time. Fortunately, there is an option to turn off Homer's spinning/yelling action,…
In the realm of horrible Simpsons knockoff toys, this Homer Simpson Robosapien has to be one of the worst ever. Shall we count the things wrong with it? First, it's not even the real Homer's voice. Second, well, it's a piece of crap. Watch the video to see Shiny Shiny struggle to get the thing to work. [Shiny Shiny]
And that is "Hey Buddy, mind if I lick that cap?" It's just over 10 inches tall, costs around $50 and it does what all useful fridge magnets should do - namely crack open a cold one with the minimum of fuss. Actually, I'll give it another one. "Hey, excuse me, but I've noticed that you've fallen behind with your…