This is Annie Clark. She's only seven, and sadly she was born without hands. But that doesn't seem to pose much of a problem for her, because she's just won a national penmanship award. A handwriting award. Without hands.
A graduate art student in Taiwan found blood in his urine while peeing one day. So he thought: hey, I can draw Iron Man with this!—as you do when such things happen, of course. And then, things got even worse.
This is Tyler. He's three. Last week, he found himself trapped in a glass cage, surrounded by stuffed animals and one giant claw. It was a prison of his own making. And he's not alone.
A team from the Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland is hoping to take to the skies in their human-powered helicopter tomorrow.
It's been discovered that you create the very same substance those Ruskis won the Nobel prize for out of household sugar. Borrow a cup from your neighbour, and get baking the world's hardest substance. No, not your Mom's scones. Graphene.
Ask any gambler, and they'll say there's no point in playing unless there's money to be made. Winning points—it's fun, but child's play. Vacuum is billing itself as being the first Android game to offer cash prizes.
Grammy nominated DJ/Producer Morgan Page will be playing the Zune party at Snowmodo this Saturday at Northstar-at-Tahoe. Not enough to excite you? How about custom Snowmodo Zunes or our Official Snowmodo Soundtrack...
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We have an absurd amount of prizes to give away at our Snowmodo event on Saturday April 4th at Northstar, so if you're planning on attending you'll have a very good chance of winning something.
After much boasting, the first challengers to Matt and Adam in Call of Duty 4 came, saw, and conquered, and won some sweet prizes from our Santa bag. They've fared better in subsequent matches, but more challengers are needed!
Google and X PRIZE are teaming up to offer $30 million in cash rewards to companies and organizations that can land a robotic rover on the Moon and do a bunch of mission objectives. Their first prize is $25M, second prize is $5M, there's an extra $5M in bonus stuff to the losers.