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Space Sheets

Future space explorers rejoice! There are a few things, such as astronaut and galaxy bed sheets, that you can pick up to bring the experience home. The sheets (right) you see above was created with a digital printer that inked everything onto satin to make things very clear, soft and smooth. Best of all, the colors you see will not fade over time, guaranteed, or at least according to its creator. Continue reading for more.

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Cyntur JumperPack Mini

Cyntur's JumperPack Mini looks like just another power bank at first, but this device can not only jump-start cars, but charge your gadgets as well, thanks to its 12,000mAh li-ion battery cell. Simply plug compatible devices into the 2.1A USB port or use the SafeJump battery clamps to get your vehicle going when emergency power is needed. It has enough power for 25 back-to-back jump-starts on vehicles up to 8-cylinders, 5 full smartphone charges and 1.5 tablet charges. Product page. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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N64 Game Boy Advance Portable N64

Created by Hailrazer of the Modded by Bacteria forums, the N64Boy Advance basically is a custom game console stuffed inside the shell of a Game Boy Advance carrying case. It sports a GameCube analog stick, smaller trigger buttons, speakers, and a 4.3-inch display, all powered by two camcorder batteries. While this may not be the perfect companion for long road trips or flights, it's definitely a nostalgic conversation piece for gamers nonetheless. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dog that just refuses to eat alone.

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Circuit Board Insects

Julie Alice Chappell, a Portsmouth, UK-based artist, uses old computer circuit boards and video games to create these winged insects. Whether it be old Nintendo Entertainment Systems to DVD players, any electronic equipment is fair game for her creatures. She says: "My art practice involves breaking down the pre-existing materials, reinterpreting them and offering them a new form with new purpose, creating something beautiful, whimsical and precious." Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Tiger Woods Young

When Tiger Woods was just 14-years-old, he probably had no idea that one day, he'd be worth $600-million. Did you know that Tiger credits his fine hand and finger control to years of playing video games as a kid? That's right, the games, like The Legend of Zelda on the classic NES, also helped him overcome fear of failure. Continue reading for more rare pictures celebrities in their youth who had no idea how famous they were going to become.

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Ferrari F40 LM Barchetta

The Ferrari F40, powered by a monstrous (for the time) 2.9L twin-turbo V8, was crazy enough on its own for wealthy auto enthusiasts, while the LM version upped the ante enough to remain a highly valued exotic nowadays. Introducing the Ferrari F40 LM Barchetta, owned by billionaire, car collector and part-time racer Jean Blaton from Belgium, who used to hit the track under the Jean Beurlys nickname. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Comma Fail

In the 3rd century BC, Aristophanes of Byzantium invented a system of single dots that separated verses, and indicated the amount of breath needed to complete each fragment of text, when reading aloud. This is the origin of the concept of a comma, although the name came to be used for the mark itself instead of the clause it separated. Continue reading for the some funny and geeky examples showing why this punctuation mark is important.

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QWERTY Keyboard History

QWERTY keyboards are used everyday, but have you ever wondered how the layout came to be? If so, it was devised and created in the early 1870s by Christopher Latham Sholes, a newspaper editor and printer who lived in Milwaukee. In October 1867, Sholes filed a patent application for his early writing machine he developed with the assistance of his friends Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soule. The QWERTY layout became popular with the success of the Remington No. 2 of 1878, the first typewriter to include both upper and lower case letters, via a shift key. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including some awesome waffle iron hacks.

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Funny Detention Slip

For those that were homeschooled, detention is basically one of the most common punishments in schools in the US, UK, Ireland, Singapore, Canada, Australia, South Africa and many other countries. It requires the student(s) to report to a designated area of the school during a specified time, and remain there for a specified period of time. However, some teachers may require them to report on a non-school day. Continue reading to see some of the most bizarre reasons why kids were sent to detention.

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Filmed Heavens

TSO Photography climbed the highest mountain in Spain, El Teide, to captured this mind-boggling footage. It took him approximately 7-days to film, during which he only slept 10 hours. People claim Teide Observatory is one of the best places in the world to photograph the stars. TSO says: "Interestingly enough my camera was set for a 5 hour sequence of the milky way during this time and I was sure my whole scene was ruined. To my surprise, my camera had managed to capture the sandstorm which was backlit by Grand Canary Island making it look like golden clouds. The Milky Way was shining through the clouds, making the stars sparkle in an interesting way. So if you ever wondered how the Milky Way would look through a Sahara sandstorm, look at 00:32." Continue reading for the video and more information.

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