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  • Nicolas Cage Is A Vampire

    This original carte de visite (small photograph) from 1870 shows a man who looks hauntingly similar to Nicolas Cage. The only logical explanation is that the Academy Award winning actor is a vampire who has lived for over 150 years. Should you wish to purchase this unique image, it’s available on eBay with a starting bid of $1,000,000. Seems reasonable? According to the eBay ad, “This is not a trick photo of any kind and has not been manipulated in Photoshop or any other graphics program. It’s an original photo of a man who lived in Bristol, TN sometime around the Civil War.”

  • Disney Marvel Mashups

    After Disney announced yesterday that they would acquire Marvel Comics, it was inevitable that new characters would be created such as Gooflactus and Duck Devil. Here are some of the most creative “Misney” mashups floating around the internet today.

  • Michael Jackson’s Secret Project

    Two weeks before he died, Michael Jackson wrapped up work on an elaborate production dubbed the Dome Project that could be the final finished video piece overseen by the King of Pop…Read more by clicking link.

  • I Want To Listen To Howard Stern On My IPhone

    Sirius recently released a free iPhone/iPod touch application for satellite radio fans. The Sirius XM offering includes 120 channels but Howard Stern is not present. Please sign this twitition that I created. I am requesting that Sirius add Howard Stern’s programming to the iPhone/iPod touch application.

  • Spot The Videogames

    Subscribers to Edge magazine received a special gift with their copies of issue 203: a poster of a city rendered in pixels by long time Edge collaborator, illustrator Gary Lucken. Bursting with references to a raft of videogames, from Syndicate to Sonic, Doom to Dead Rising, it’s a gift that’s sure to keep giving for years to come.

  • Rebranding America

    Right now America is like a company teetering on bankruptcy — we have lost so much credibility and brand currency over the past eight years. And so Papermag invited some of the best visual communicators we know (from ad gurus to artists) to create original advertising concepts that could redefine our country’s image. Welcome to U.S.A. 2.0.

  • LOST: The Secret Identity Of The Statue Is Officially Revealed

    According to the LOST ABC season finale recap, the description of the statue was as follows: “And as the camera pulls back, we see what we’ve been waiting to see since we first glimpsed that four-toed foot over three years ago… the towering, majestic statue of the Egyptian goddess Taweret. “ Taweret also known as The Great Female was the ancient Egyptian goddess of maternity and childbirth, protector of women and children. More can be read HERE…

  • Japanese Horror Author Koji Sazuki Is On A Roll

    Acclaimed Japanese horror novelist Koji Sazuki (his work inspired The Ring) is printing his latest tale of terror on toilet paper. Drop is nine chapters long and is set, appropriately enough, in a public restroom. The story is illustrated with splashes of blood – although the blood is blue, for reasons unknown. The toilet paper company that’s publishing Drop says that reading the book while using the restroom will heighten the “psychological fright.”

  • New Where the Wild Things Are Photos and Site

    Warner Bros. Pictures has debuted 2 new photos from Where the Wild Things Are. The official site has come online as well. Opening October 16, the Spike Jonze-directed adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic book features Catherine Keener, Max Records, Mark Ruffalo, Lauren Ambrose, James Gandolfini, Catherine O’Hara and Forest Whitaker.

  • Wearable Words

    As much as they might want to, parents can’t keep their children at home all the time. Eventually, they grow up and start experiencing the world as adults — a state in which they’re likely to forget their parent’s words of wisdom. That’s what the Sound Advice Project is for, to transform your words into a visual sound wave that is worn on a plastic bracelet

  • Judson Beaumont’s Wild And Whimsical Children’s Furniture

    After successfully designing furniture with a straightforward approach for years, Canadian designer Judson Beaumont set out to create something unique for friends who were expecting their first child. He wanted his creation to capture the baby’s imagination for years to come. Today, Judson designs some of the most offbeat, whimsical furnishings in the world.

  • Pimp My IPhone For $2.4M

    It seems like the current financial crisis has not affected the Austrian jeweler Peter Aloisson as he has created the world’s most expensive phone known as “The Apple iPhone 3G Kings Button”. The Apple iPhone 3G Kings Button’s main operating button is integrated with high quality 6.6 carat diamond. The phone’s body is made of solid 18-carat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. It s perimeter is surrounded with a white gold line encrusted with a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds. The new Apple iPhone 3G‘Kings Button is the most luxurious phone to date. The asking price is a mere $2.41 million.

  • What Is Photochaining?

    The PhotoChaining blog is a continuous project where people randomly leave memory cards in public places to be picked up and used by others, who then do likewise. First, take funny/original/humoristic/creative photos with your own camera using a cheap memory card. Then write a note in which you explain the PhotoChaining concept to the “finder”. You also provide a name to the memory card (research on PhotoChaining to ensure that the designated memory card name has not already been allocated). Put the memory card and the note in an envelope. Hopefully the “finder” will pay it forward and you will be able to track images and the journey of your card online.

  • The World’s Smallest Postal Service

    The World’s Smallest Postal Service (WSPS) is a teeny tiny transcription service and roaming post office based in the San Francisco Bay Area and also available online. Lea Redmond is the Postmaster, setting up her tiny mobile office in cafes and shops where passers-by can write a letter and have it turned into a “world’s smallest letter.”

  • High Top Flip Flops

    Has this every happened to you? You’re playing a game of basketball and then have an urgent need to go to the beach? These new space-age shoes, unzip and your high-tops become flip-flops!

  • Gummy Bear

    For the past ten years, artist Marizio Savini has been making sculptures from thousands of pieces of chewed bubble gum, and sells his creations for as much as £40,000 each. His sculptures include a life-size buffalo, a grizzly bear and businessmen doing gymnastics…

  • 139-year-old Baseball Card Found

    Bernice Gallego of Fresno, California had no idea what the baseball card she found in her attic might be worth, so she listed it on eBay with a starting bid of $10. After a few inquiries about the card, she pulled the auction and decided to have the card appraised…

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