This picture is a glorious mashup of two of my favoritest things. Dexter’s Lab and Breaking Bad, hey they rhyme too! I wonder what Dexter would look like as an adult making Meth. Ahhh the possibilites. Dee Dee would probably just ruin his cook anyway.
YouTube now ranks videos based on “Time Watched” which shines a whole new light on how audience retention is so important. [TNW]
A mysterious giant eye has washed up on the coast of Florida and instantly people are screaming Cthulhu. [Wired UK]
Sony has patented a new product that will turn your video game controller into heater/cooler so your can “feel” the changes in temperature throughout your game. Skyrim just got a whole lot cooler. [Kotaku]
3D printers are gaining in popularity and complexity of the things they can print. Here’s the worlds FIRST 3D printed guitar. [Bloomberg]
Gizmoslip drop tested the new iPod nano (7th Generation) and it held up pretty well! Check out the destruction. [GizmoSlip]
This guy is a true champion. He had to KNOW he wouldn’t be able to make it but tried anyway and that’s all that matters. Now I’ll be taking what I’ve learned and use it throughout the day. Here I go: AWESOME LINKS!
Matthew Inman from The Oatmeal has successfully raised over 850,000 dollars to purchase the land where Nikola Tesla planned on building a tower that would wirelessly power the WORLD with free energy. He’s going to build a museum to honor the man. [IndieGoGo]
Nintendo Power Magazine is shutting down! The publication was an integral source of information for many growing up with Video Games before the internet but has since lost seriously ground. We’re sad to see it go. [ArsTechnica]
Sony filed for a patent turning commercials into video games. This idea is awesome, imagine an Old Spice commercial where you can direct where the explosions occur in the background… wow. I want this. [Kotaku]
This guy’s bike was was hit with a shrink ray but he’s ok with it. Still peddling like a champ. [YouTube]
Kevin Rose tracked down Om Malik, founder of GigaOm and Venture Capitalist, for a great interview about how he became so influential and his journey from India. [Revision3]
This little guy is confused about how Philly D didn’t get eaten by the Megalodon Shark. Oh, he now realizes it’s not a real shark.
Truly a sign of the times, Virgin America will now allow you to register to VOTE anytime you ride their airplanes. Hell, your not going anywhere, you might as well register to make your voice heard. [TNW]
In a very interesting move, Sony will now give you the PSP version of a full fledged PS3 title with your purchase of the new game. It’s starting with Playstation All-Stars will soon spread to other new releases. Smart move Sony! [The Verge]
Here’s a “neat” little game that only lets you move once a day. Apparently it’s going to take over 100 days to beat it. Do you have the patience? Oh, and its free. [Vesper 5]
Film State rounds up the top 3 WORST and BEST shark movies to be released in the last 30 years, and some of these bad ones look more fun than the good ones because of how silly they look. [Revision3]
Kid Static raps at Comic-Con with some wholesome (AND GOOD) rap about his life. Also Comic-Con Cosplay galore. Good place for a video, I bet this happens more often in the future. [YouTube]
God of War is back! Combat improvements, new puzzle types, gruesome bloody torturous fatalities, and lots and lots of decapitations. Anthony and Tara let you know what to expect for the upcoming update to the franchise.