Everyone needs (or demands) their own bit of defensible space. In an increasingly urbanizing world with living conditions becoming ever more dense, that space may not amount to much. Still, the diminutive dimensions of this private cloister (the smaller, the better, says the "good" urbanist) need not be boring, nor…
This new horror film, The Shrine, looks creepily intriguing. Mostly because it doesn't give away the entire premise in the first trailer. And the boil faced, glassy-eyed evil being you can just glimpse has us pretty scared. Check it out.
Congrats to zZz and his motorized robot with an iPod heart, your android is the proud owner of a new Apple iPod 30GB video player—send an e-mail to let me know whether he/she wants it in black or white (to match the spooky mask).
The end times are near. The Apple iPod 30GB video player is ready for its new home. Which shrine does it belong in? Gizmodo's editors will make the final call, but we want to know how you would vote. The finalists are after the jump.
The pilgrimage is nearly complete. Today's shrine, a hand-made ode to Ganesha, is the last iPod Shrine of the Day. The rest of you shrine-keepers have until midnight EST tonight to enter your devotionals and win an Apple iPod 30GB video player. Tomorrow will begin the first in a series of elimination rounds that…
This is one of two Lego-based shrines entered into the Apple iPod 30GB video player contest. And the iRobot shrine with the spooky 80s face is among the worthiest thus far.
Several classic shrines were entered today into Gizmodo's Apple iPod shrine-building contest. As you contemplate the nature of this particular devotional, ponder these questions:
Gizmodo is giving away a 30GB iPod video player to the person who builds the best shrine devoted to it. We first posed the challenge last week, and since then plenty of readers sent in Photoshop fantasies like the Meccapple Store (you can see it, and then declare your fatwa on Gizmodo, after the jump).
When it comes to religious devotion to gizmos, nothing inspires fanaticism like the iPod. This spirituality has been manifest in an endless processional of cases, docks, and speakers. But to date, it has not engendered much of a homegrown, folk-artsy patronage. There are no iPod milagros in Mexico. Certainly no…