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,…
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…