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Real-life gadgets for real-life superheroes

"Yes, there are real-life superheroes. And no, we’re not just referring to firefighters, paramedics, and other heroic people who we’re used to seeing coming to the rescue of others. We’re talking about costume-wearing, identity-concealing, cool-name-having people who fight crime, pollution, or other evils in their own communities, on their own time, and at their own risk. Many of them actually patrol the city streets, ready to intervene if they see trouble brewing – and being ready includes having the right tools.

Turn back the clocks Sunday

"On Sunday, Nov. 7 at 2 a.m., time will revert back to standard, giving everyone an extra hour to sleep in." | more

3dGameMan.com T-Shirts - Get yours!

I'm still taking 3dGameMan T-Shirt orders, but remember there are two different designs and there are only 32 T-Shirts available for each region (Canada, USA & International). So if you want a T-Shirt get it quick, before they are all gone. Please be aware that I'm taking payments first and once all the orders are in I will get T-Shirts produced and then send them out. So from the time of ordering it, receiving your T-Shirt will take a few weeks, so please be patient. Also, shipping time will vary depending on where you live.

No Video Reviews or Live Show this week

I've had this nasty flu for a few days now and it's not done yet. So that's why there's won't be an video review this week and probably no Live Show on Nov. 6. I was also going to start a new giveaway this week, but now that will have to wait. I just can't talk for long because my throat is sour and sounds horrible.

Dead Sea Scrolls coming to your couch, thanks to Google

"Google and the Israeli Antiquities Authority have teamed up to digitize the Dead Sea Scrolls and make the scans accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. Google, of course, has been scanning books and documents for years as part of its partnership with libraries around the world. Several million dollars will now fund a special implementation of the technology, as the Dead Sea fragments will all be scanned using a NASA-developed imaging system.

Rollover image on your website? That will be $80,000 (please)

"Dear website owner, congratulations on your excellent site, which includes features covered by our registered patent, #5,251,294. As the description indicates, many of the components on your pages, particularly your menus, rollover images, and shortcuts, are detailed in our claim. We would be delighted to lease these to you at a reasonable royalty rate of $80,000. Please call our offices at your convenience to arrange a payment schedule." | more

Car-Eating Rabbits Invade Denver Airport

"Travelers parking their cars at the Denver International Airport are falling victim to something worse than high fees: rabbits. The rodents seem to love the delicious soy-based wiring compound in cars built after 2002." | more

UFO in NYC: Aliens or balloons in New York sky?

"Crowds in New York have had their eyes to the skies - in an alleged UFO sighting. Dozens of videos posted online show passers-by seemingly staring at a group of unidentified flying objects in the sky over Manhattan. Adding mystery to the event is a prediction by a retired NORAD officer Stanley A. Fulham. In a recent book, he claimed that on October 13th - the day of the sighting - a fleet of UFOs would hover over the world's principal cities. Many witnesses insist that what they saw were, indeed, alien spaceships...

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