Geekateria

The world is full of things. These are some of them.

"A Synthesizer for Christmas" by Hyperbubble

Sometimes the internet serves to remind you that there are people just like you in the world.

It’s been going on 40 years and I still hanker for a hunka cheese.

There were apparently a series of these “Time for Timer" PSA/shorts, but this is the only one I remember.

I just started playing Skyrim again.  How do I not have one of these?!

I just started playing Skyrim again.  How do I not have one of these?!

(Source: homegeekonomics, via bookoisseur)

Mark Khaisman - Packing tape artwork

Mark Khaisman makes art using packing tape & plexiglass.  His work is really quite lovely and luminous.

Well then, this is very interesting.  Thanks to the folks at MapsOnTheWeb for this look at the second most popular religion by country…

Well then, this is very interesting.  Thanks to the folks at MapsOnTheWeb for this look at the second most popular religion by country…

a visualization of global weather conditions

Mind blown.

I love what we can do on the web now.

Mostly because my wife and I are enjoying Carcassonne lately, I present the employees at Z-Man Games creating a 4000 tile map on their lunch room wall.  Carcassonne will be featured on Wil Wheaton's excellent “Tabletop" on Boxing Day.

I quail to imagine what they’d do for Pandemic.

I’ll admit that I never would have guessed that astronauts have to go through customs upon returning to the planet.
I’ll admit it.  I can’t stop watching this…

I’ll admit it.  I can’t stop watching this…

(Source: kittiezandtittiez, via bookoisseur)

My 80's TV!

This is pretty astonishingly awesome, and if you lived through the 80s, you’ll appreciate the heck out of this.