This original Apollo XI mission patch actually flown to the Moon by Michael Collins will be for sale this Thursday. It's signed by Collins, Aldrin and Armstrong. It's printed in Beta cloth—the fireproof silica fiber cloth used in Apollo space suits.
Man's eternal quest for faster and ever-more efficient ways to shoot blood into his penis has taken a step into the 21st century. We're now using nanotechnology to churn out our boners, thanks to an Egyptian-made transdermal patch.
At first I had absolutely no idea what was going on in this video. But eventually it made sense; and when it did, I actually thought it was kinda cool. What you're seeing is a hybrid between art and programming, and it's called illucia.
Be very careful if you're planning on rooting your Nexus One (or any phone, for that matter), to install this 720p video hack. If you know what you're doing, please proceed...
Microsoft has acknowledged that they slipped the .NET Framework Assistant plugin into Firefox via Windows Update this past February, and that it has poked a "critical" hole in the browser's security (effectively bringing Firefox down to IE's level).
We've been lucky enough to not have to deal with carpal tunnel, but those of you who do might be interested in this Brando "Infrared Thermal Patch." We're not sure which part of it is infrared, or which part of it is a patch, but it's just a little plastic plate you place on the affected area that will warm it up to…
Apple's limitation on what kind of drives (directly attached drives) can be used as a Leopard Time Machine backup disk can be overcome with a small command line utility.
Microsoft's finally patching the wicked s'ploits on the Xbox 360, which have been around since November and demoed in December, with a somewhat mandatory patch. They're pushing the update as an update instead of a security fix, and is "pulling a Sony" and including the update in all games that are published after…