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You can Now Buy Extra Lives with 1-Up Mushrooms!

If you are a hardcore Mario Brothers fan, you might be interested to learn that ThinkGeek is selling the very 1-Up mushrooms so you stay alive in the case of death.  (Now, that’s a joke, please don’t go out there and kill yourself plz!)

The instructions are pretty simple. All you do is add potting soil to the green sewer-pipe-shaped flower pot, and push the spores deep into it. Soak the soil with water using the dropper, add a squirt of the food solution, and then it’s off to a dark locat

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Shoe Hack – How to Turn your Old Work Boots/Dress Shoes into Slippers!

I own a bunch of old dress shoes that I want to throw away but I do have a lot of attached memories such as my first boots at my first job after college.  Well, the answer is clear and you don’t have to throw them away!

Cut the back and use them as in-home “luxury” slippers.  What a great idea, I am gonna do this today, you should too and send me pics of your new slippers to zedomax [at] gmail dot com.

step 1 materials 1.Old boots 2.Strong scissors or sharp knife 3.Glue

step 2 cutting the top of Remove the laces.(o

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Top 5 Features to Look for When Buying a Digital Photo Frame!

(GiiNii 8″ DS Ulta Thin Digital Photo Frame Pictured Above)

Features. features, features!  That’s what you need to focus on when you buy a digital photo frame and we have Top 5 features you need to look for when buying your next digital photo frame:

1: WiFi

The newest trend in digital photo frames is WiFi support. And while you don’t need WiFi to enjoy your photos, it

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Interactive Multi-touch LED Floor!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpRE6CM3oOY

Here’s a really cool interactive multi-touch LED floor.  I wonder if they can turn this into an interactive game sorta like Nintendo Wii.

Sensacell’s latest contraption still manages to stand out by bringing back memories of when mouse trails really were the coolest thing about an operating system. Flashbacks aside, the installation — which is currently at the entrance to the Comunitat Valenciana in Spain — possesses over 1,000 interactive modules, each of which include cap

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