Sure, it’s Monday, and Mondays suck. But I think we can all celebrate being near the end of the worst day of the week with a little slice of complete insanity, can’t we?
Quick, what's the first thing you noticed about the planet we visited in last night's Doctor Who special? That's right: It was a soundstage.* None of Matt Smith's final hour was filmed in a real location. Alien worlds used to be filmed in the studio more often — here's why we miss visiting Planet Soundstage.
Armari's eXtreme Concept Prototype (XCP) super computer is made of some 100 uniquely designed parts, is either cooled by liquid nitrogen, liquid flurocarbon immersion or thermoelectric cooling and phase change, depending on the model's configuration and has the ability to run 24/7 without needing to shutdown. The XCP…
If spending $18,000 in a B9 replica did not compute for you, you may want to point your ionic directional probes to eBay and bid for the custom-built bot from 1965's Lost in Space. It's full size, lights up and has built-in radio CD. And looks good in the gallery after the jump.
If you're of a certain age and predilection, you'll remember B9 from Lost in Space and the stentorian B9, a robot with masculinity issues. Well, now you can own one for $18,000.