A Kei truck drifting with the big boys
Here’s a pretty cool video of some drifters having at it. Better yet, one of the vehicles is a miniature ‘Kei Truck’ that could give Fujiwara a run. It’s pretty cool to see this little truck blaze around the track.
PlayTalk’s take on the microblog
PlayTalk and Me2day are like the Korean cousins of Jaiku and Twitter, but one attempts to go beyond the confines of Wikipedia-defined microblogging.
Read Murakami’s Norwegian Wood online
Haruki Murakami’s novel Norwegian Wood is readable online in its entirety. Reading the novel online could serve as a great introduction to Murakami’s work or a “try before you buy” for Norwegian Wood itself.
A feast fit for a musician
Waiting for or done with dinner? No need to bang on glasses to make a clangy rhythm surely to make your tablemates yell “stop!”. Instead put down the fork and strike the table.
The worldâ€™s smallest 8GB flash drive
Standing tall…er short, the Pico-C fits 8GB of flash memory onto the size of a quarter. A mere 31.3mm long, the flash drive can pack a whole lot of files inside. It’s also water resistant.
ApriPoko – the robot remote control
If you thought the remote was a cool invention, Toshiba’s ApriPoko takes things to a new level. The smart robo will learn how you use the remote so it can perform the same actions later.
Why are anime eyes so big?
So why do anime characters often have such large eyes or corneas? Some cute and pretty fun Acuvue contact lense advertisements suggest a good reason.
The balancing bookshelf
The balancing act of life is by no means fun, but when it comes to balancing physical objects, it can be suprisingly amusing. “Maintain The Balance of Your Knowledge!”
Rolling sushi with spokes
They once rolled on a wheel, but now a particularly inventive device uses bicycle spokes to roll sushi. The Spoke sushi roller by recycles old bike spokes, making a perfectly useful sushi roller out of them