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Online Store Imposes Special Tax on IE7 Users

June 15, 2012

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You read that right. Australia-based online electronics retailer Kogan has imposed a special tax on IE7 users, due to them having to spend extra resources making their website compatible for the web browser. Fortunately, downloading Firefox and / or Chrome is easier than ever. Continue reading to see what Ruslan Kogan, founder of the retailer, [...]

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Incredible Igloo Hotel

January 27, 2012

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Located in the Alps and the Pyrenees mountains, these amazing igloo hotels require “almost 3000 tons of snow to create each one; standard village consists of Igloo Hotel, Igloo Bar, series of tunnels, and smaller Igloos that serve as private rooms.” Video after the break. [Source]

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Funny Google Autocomplete Suggestions

November 23, 2011

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Sure, they’re just suggestions, but sometimes, these alone are more interesting than what you were searching for in the first place. For example,”help i’m a prisoner in a toothpaste factory”, just sounds so much stranger than anything you could possibly imagine. Continue reading to see more. [Source]

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Anatomy of a LEGO Minifig

November 16, 2011

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Finally, we get to see what’s really inside of a LEGO Minifig, and surprisingly enough, it appears quite human-like. Basically, “Jason Freeny, the artist behind this sculpted vivisection, details the process on his Facebook page, showing the use of an off the shelf Lego toy, sculpting clay, and some very, very meticulous work.” Continue reading [...]

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7 Creative LEGO Ads

November 4, 2011

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We all know that LEGO bricks aren’t the most detailed of toys, but that doesn’t mean the company can’t get creative with their advertising. For example, a LEGO ship’s shadow can represent its real-life counterpart. Continue reading to see seven more creative examples. [Toxel]

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