Madness. That's what Amazon's warehouses are during the holiday shopping season. Take a look at these images. While I've seen others in the past, this angle of one of their warehouses is particularly striking. Endless sea of packages never ends!
Walking through the New York wonderland during the holidays could be a pretty magical experience. This video, made by Cris Magliozzi, captures that feeling perfectly. It's a very special time lapse, made while he was walking from Central Park to Rockefeller Center.
This is pretty stupid but kind of funny too: Deck the Halls sung by 64 iPhones. It's kind of amazing that they got them singing in sync. But you know what's even better? They are donating $0.05 per view to charity.
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A fake Christmas tree can theoretically be used forever. A real Christmas tree has to be cut, bought, tossed out and replaced every year. So which one is better for the planet? According to the NY Times, the real one.
The Faucher Family in Delaware have built extravagant Christmas lights setups for 25 years now. How extravagant? They use 1,000,000 lights. So how much does it cost them to run the lights for a month? $82,320. Gulp.
This instructables is slightly too late for Christmas, but it's so damn cool that you'll want to start your project now. Basically, you take a Tesla Pump (yeah, that Tesla), and use it to swirl liquids around in a pipe.
Kids have always been smart enough to bust Santa if they wanted to. Now that video tools are easy, faith in the jolly fat bastard ends when kids are old enough and curious enough to click record on their 99 dollar flash camcorders. Unless you're an actor with spare time on your hands like Peter, consider this battle…
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My brother worships two things: God and Subwoofers.
In space, nobody can see you dancing classical ballet while eating Christmas pudding dunked in eggnog while singing Xmas carols. And with nobody I really mean the Cassini spacecraft.
Sure, there are the sensible, inexpensive presents you're asking for for Christmas. Then there are the fantastic, unrealistic, unreasonable things you really want. Those are what I want to see.
Santa has a "magic sack" and flying reindeer, but his sleigh is kind of old fashioned. GE has thought about this momentous problem and has come up with a tricked out solution using all kinds of proprietary technology.
Call me a killjoy, but as I've gotten older the holidays have gotten less and less fun and more and more annoying. You know what I really hate? Stupid decorations everywhere. Let's spice them up.
You already know what it will take to beat down a zombie horde, but a throng of frantic last minute shoppers is another matter altogether. Here are the tools you need to win the day.
Using 70 old SCSI hard drives destined for the scrap heap, an IT guy that goes by the handle "Trigger" created this blindingly festive Christmas tree.
Gingerbread Star Wars battleships, AT-AT and TIE Advanced fighters? Computer motherboards? Nintendo SNES? Gingerbread man with built-in LEDs? Holidays don't get any more geeky than this and a sci-fi Xmas tree.
Move over, Rockefeller Center: even though that's where Jack Donaghy calls home, his homeboys at GE's OLED research labs in Niskayuna upsate are gunning for Xmas tree fame with the first-ever flexible OLED tree.