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This is a fun kit to build your own solar powered boat. You provide the recycled soda bottle and the kit has everything else you need.Includes complete instructions with 3 boat designs, waterproof solar panel, motor & wires, propellers for water and air, tape, shafts and more.All you need to add is a plastic soda bottle and a sunny day! Generally recommended for ages 10 and up.
Via Solar Sphere [link]
Posted in Abandoned - Bizare-Strange, tagged bizarre, clothes, fashion, Lilypad Arduino, nightgown, odd, Sarah Soriano, strange, talk2myshirt, tech, voice activation on January 29, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Voice activation is a function electronic devices like cell phones, GPS units and computer include in their feature list to make it more convenient to interact with them but clothing? Yes, clothing too, at least this is what Sarah Soriano, a new media artist with a love to electrify garments is proposing with the sound reactive Nightgown.
Don’t talk2myShirt but to my nightgown and it will start pulling up it’s hemline. The gown uses the Lilypad Arduino, Flexinol – a shape memory alloy for the lifting of the textile and a microphone to pick up the sound/voice.
Posted in Abandoned - Bizare-Strange, Featured Blog's, tagged bizarre, britain, British and Irish Road Enthusiasts, maps, roads, Sabre, signs, strange, unique website on January 26, 2010| Leave a Comment »
The Site’s welcome message reads ” Welcome to the most comprehensive site on the internet devoted to British and Irish roads. Have a look around – search for roads-related information in our ever-expanding Wiki, browse the large collection of roads pictures in our photo gallery, or visit some of the SABRE member sites. If you’re burning to talk about anything you’ve seen – please join our forum or drop into our chatroom – we’d love to meet you.
Ok, is it just me or am i missing something here , 2010 Social media networking is global does this stuff actually go on.
You can meet if you like ” Winter Awayday
Our winter away day, combining maps, chat and a good laugh.
Details and sign up
Content: Picture Gallery M1 to M6
Websites: Motorway Services Online – Friday, 1st January 2010
Misc MSAs: New page looking at what’s happened in 2009.
Services: The nearly-defunct Rainton moved to its own page, and more services added to the A27.
Links. Monterie – fantastic website on the world’s different road numbering systems
Well as always folks i am meerly bringing it to you “You Decide”
Posted in Non Category, tagged bizarre, china, costume, funny, green, japan, Plays traditional Japanese dance song, red, Shishimai Dancing Robot, sold out, strange, toy, video, youtube on January 24, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Adapted from China and associated with bringing good luck in the new year, the Shishimai (lion dance) is a longstanding tradition in Japan. Now the Shishimai Robot from You&I Co. Ltd. brings the costume, dance, and also the music to your home in a fun and stylish device.
Equipped with an internal sound sensor, the Shishimai Robot dances along to traditional music while tapping its feet and opening its mouth. Bring in the new year anytime with some song and dance!
Via Japan Trend Shop [Link]
Posted in Abandoned - Bizare-Strange, Featured Blog's, tagged bizarre, funky, funny, ideas, inventions, japan, reflexology massage, shoes, sneaker liners, strange, Tired Foot Care Socks, warm and cute to boot! on January 22, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Regular socks just can’t compare to the Tired Foot Care Socks. After all, do your ordinary sneaker liners offer sturdy built in footpads for reflexology massage and advanced arch support? In Japan, where shoes are exchanged at the door for cozier footwear as a matter of course, they take their socks very seriously.
• Available sizes: M 22.5 – 23.5cm (8.9 – 9.3″), L 24.0 – 25.0cm (9.4 – 9.8″)
• M Size: 118 x 380 x 30mm (7.9 x 8.1″)
• M Weight: 130g (2.1lbs)
• L Size: 118 x 395 x 30mm (4.6 x 15.6 x 1.2″)
• L Weight: 135g
• Colors: pink, blue, white
• Materials: polyester (socks), latex (pads)
For more details via japantrendshop [Link]
Posted in Abandoned - Bizare-Strange, Funny Pics, tagged bizarre, bugs, butterfly candy, crickets, funny, hotlix, insect candy, lolipops, making people cringe, national geographic, scoprpion candy, strange, sweets, video, worm candy, youtube on January 21, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Insects have played an important part in the history of human nutrition in Africa, Australia, Asia and the Americas . Hundreds of species have been used as human food. Some of the more important groups include grasshoppers, caterpillars, beetle grubs and (sometimes) adults, winged termites (some of which are very large in the tropics), bee, wasp and ant brood (larvae and pupae) as well as winged ants, cicadas, and a variety of aquatic insects. Ordinarily, insects are not used as emergency food to ward off starvation, but are included as a normal part of the diet throughout the year or when seasonally available. Via [Food-Info.net]
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