If you're passing through security at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, do everyone a favor and make sure you have your phone's Wi-Fi or Bluetooth turned on. Sure, it might be a teensy bit of a battery suck—but it will also help tell everyone around you just how long they'll be spending in airport security…
It's a magic trick! It's sorcery! How else can you explain that stick being able to pass through that curved hole? If you showed me the two pieces separately, I would have never imagined them to actually fit one another so seamlessly.
So you've done it. You've successfully procrastinated gift-buying until the last possible second. Those carefree days of laziness come at a cost, and you're about to pay it by standing in line forever. Here's are some things that might ease your suffering a little bit. But just remember: You asked for this.
So, here are some lines moving like crazy. Stop moving like crazy, you lines! Oh, here are some squares. "Hello lines, let's all play nice together!" they say. Now everything makes sense. How did this happen? Eye witchcraft! Thank you for the squares, stupid!
Obviously this is a crazy artsy project that uses way more metal than it should, but I don't care. I would rather look at these towers—or any other artsy-fartsy tower—than any of the current abstract monsters while I'm on a road trip. [Thanks Oscar!]
As your frustrations with waiting in line mount this holiday season, it may be some comfort to know the scientific trappings of why, exactly, you're stuck for 20 minutes behind the lady who insists on a dozen price checks.
Waiting for an iPhone 4 is a rough business. Particularly, it seems, for the small-bladdered professionals among us. Carry on, brave Soho Apple Store line sitter! Secure in the knowledge that however many slacks you soil, you've got backup. [Twitpic]
Those New Zealand jerks may have gotten their iPhone 3Gs already, but everyone else around the world is still waiting in line, sweaty and hungry for their new devices. If they're anything like our friends in Gizmodo Japan, they're quite enjoying the experience. We want to know about it. Send in photos of the first…
Oh my. People really, really want their PlayStation 3s. Just check out all the craziness going on today.